Mini Pizza Meatloaves

Mini Pizza Meatloaves created by Brenda.

I'm not crazy about meatloaf, but my husband is. I do however want to eat it when I do make it, so I found this recipe from What's Cooking magazine, tweaked it a bit to suit my taste and they're not half bad.

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  • Heat oven to 375.
  • Place beef in bowl along with stuffing mix and seasoning.
  • Mix well.
  • Spray an 8 sectioned muffin tin with non stick spray.
  • Divide the meat mixture into 8 pieces and press the meat into each section.
  • Make an indentation in each and spoon the sauce into each one.
  • Bake 30 minutes or until done.
  • Divide the cheese evenly over the top of each muffin and return to the oven to melt.
  • Remove and let stand a few minutes so they are easier to take out.
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"I'm not crazy about meatloaf, but my husband is. I do however want to eat it when I do make it, so I found this recipe from What's Cooking magazine, tweaked it a bit to suit my taste and they're not half bad."

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  1. Doxie Mama 26
    Sorry, we didn't like these, I didn't have stove top stuffing, used Pepperidge farm stuffing instead, didn't think that would make a lot of difference. Like TexasKelly said, they were too dry (and in my opinion, too dense), was very surprised there was no egg or tomato sauce in the meat mixture, my daughter wouldn't eat it and she loves meatloaf.
  2. afaulkner1
    My family and I really enjoyed these mini-meatloaves. To me, they tasted like a cross between a meatball and a meatloaf, both of which I enjoy.<br/><br/>Because I didn?t have pizza sauce on hand, I used Classico Tomato-Basil Sauce. <br/><br/>I was also a little concerned that the meatloaves might be dry (because normally I make meatloaf with milk and eggs) so I soaked the bread stuffing (I used the sage-flavoured kind that had larger pieces of bread than stove-top) in about half a cup or so of milk prior to mixing in the meat or seasoning. <br/><br/>I also used a combination of cheddar cheese and Italian cheese. I would definitely recommend this recipe. It was very easy to make and turned out great!
  3. Ceezie
    Great tasting meatloaf - defiantly a change of pace. I used our leftover stuffing from thanksgiving - it was a bit dry so I added some pureed squash (sneaky chef) and topped it with extra sauce. I used homemade chunky basil tomato sauce. I also didn't have Italian cheese so I used mozzarella - This make for a good and quick dinner.
  4. FourPolkadots
    This was a big hit with the kiddos! I was able to make extra to throw in the freezer for an after school snack. Froze well. I served them atop a mountain of mashed potatoes and called them volcano loafs. Got a big laugh!
  5. wholelottagall
    MMMmm good! Old fashioned taste and a quick and easy one to get to the table. This is my kind of meal!
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