Easy Shake 'n Bake Meatloaf

"No idea where I clipped this from. *In light of the reviewer's comments, if you want to try it, add more liquid other than the egg!"
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  • Mix all ingredients in a bowl with hands.
  • Put in a meatloaf baking dish and cook in a 350 degree oven for 45-50 minutes.

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  1. I liked this very much! When I found that I did not have any breadcrumbs or crackers to make meatloaf, yet I did have 2 packages of shake n bake, I googled it to see if it would work and I found this recipe. I had almost 3 pounds of ground beef, so I added both packs of Shake n Bake pork flavor, 2 eggs, and I did add about a half cup of milk. The meatloaf turned out very juicy and delicious. After all, what is Shake n Bake - breadcrumbs and seasonings.
  2. i added ketchup and green pepper to mine and i thought that it was pretty good
  3. very dry,no milk,no water,no sauce,was like the fruit cakes you use for door stops.sorry.i really didnt think it would work but gave it a shot so i could give a review.


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