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Meatloaf With Homemade Ketchup-Hcg/Phase 2

Meatloaf With Homemade Ketchup-Hcg/Phase 2 created by teresas

Want some great comfort food and not blow your diet? This will rock your world.

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  • First prepare the ketchup as it will be needed in the meatloaf. Mix all ketchup ingredients in a plastic bowl. Set aside.
  • Mix all meatloaf ingredients in a bowl with only 1/2 of ketchup.
  • Place in loaf pan with remaining ketchup on top of loaf.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
  • Makes 9 slices.
  • Leftovers can be frozen, if there are any. lol.
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  1. Katherine M.
    Really good- Tons of flavor. I was surprised. Used egg beaters instead of egg. Did not think it would hold together without bread crumbs but it was fine. Dont hold back on the cinnamon, it really sets it off. I will make again, soon.
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  2. uniquemo
    Thanks so much for posting this! I made your ketchup as stated and used two egg whites vs the one egg for the meatloaf. I used 1c of ketchup for the mix and topped the loaf with another cup. I also added a tsp of crushed bay leaves and chili flakes because I like things spicy. I cooked this for 2 hours at 350 and I was able to get perfect slices, not crumbles.
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  3. teresas
    Meatloaf With Homemade Ketchup-Hcg/Phase 2 Created by teresas
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  4. teresas
    The flavor is awesome...but the directions need some help...this really needs to cook for at least 1 to 1 1/2 hours...and the Ketchup (which is delicious) is way to much...with that said...I cooked the meatloaf for 1 1/2 hours and used about 15oz of ketchup for the meatloaf...it still wasn't a "loaf" but just a bunch of yummy stuff...I plan to use the rest for a Mexican dish later in the week. Made for Fall PAC 2011
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  5. bakermarsha
    Want some great comfort food and not blow your diet? This will rock your world.
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