photo by AZPARZYCH
- Ready In:
- 1hr 40mins
2 Loaf Pans
- Mix all ingredients well - split the mixture evenly between two loaf pans. Bake @ 350° for 1 1/2 hours.
- Before applying the topping pour off any grease (should be minimal if you use chuck). Mix ketchup & brown sugar together & spread evenly over the two loafs.
Questions & Replies
Got a question? Share it with the community!
This was very very good. I especially love using the Cream of Mushroom soup in the mix. Never thought about doing that before. Being an empty nester, it's hard to find recipes for single people that's why I love this website. I work in Chicago, and get home really late, so I'm always on the lookout for recipes that I can whip together for my lunches the next day. Meatloaf was always one of my mom's favorite favorite dishes she would make for us when we were younger. It alwatys brings back great memories. Thanks for posting this. Melody/Lansing, Illinois
I made one meatloaf glazed and one plain. The glazed was the preferred. I never added the milk and I used one egg since I may have had 1 1/2 lbs. of meat and the mixture was very wet. I had a bag of chopped meat in the refrigerator but I didn't weigh it. It had a very soft texture. My kids wanted to know what those dark things were! They don't like mushrooms and they picked them out. Thanks for posting!
RECIPE SUBMITTED BY
Die hard Cleveland Indians fan GO TRIBE - loves spending time with my family, when we have the time, my DH and I love to golf. While I like to cook quick & easy meals for my DH and myself, I also enjoy spending a day or two in the kitchen preparing big family meals like for Thanksgiving.