Cheddar-Topped Barbecue Meat Loaf
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 3-1/4 hours
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I've made this meat loaf 3 times since I got the recipe. Always easy prep and clean up and the meat loaf turns out great.
Amazing meatloaf. Made a few changes. Will definitely make again
I admit I flubbed the recipe (inadvertently added most of the topping sauce to the meat mixture), but it is a forgiving recipe. I loved that it took (more healthy) old-fashioned oats versus soft bread crumbs. It was DELICIOUS! In spite of my error.
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Made this about a month ago, and my family loved it. I did not make it in my slow-cooker, but baked it in the oven at 350º for about 1 hour, then put the BBQ sauce and cheese on. It was great. The recipe makes a lot of sauce, so I may cut that in half the next time. Great for sandwiches, too.
Turned out moist and flavorful. I liked making meatloaf in the slow cooker--it avoided the problem of getting over-cooked top or edges. I'll make this one again.
I liked the idea of baking in my slow cooker so was happy to give this a try. I thought the sodium level for 1 serving was rather excessive, so did not use the onion soup mix, but did use other seasonings as listed. The sauce was yummy and the meatloaf was moist was the texture was not the same as my usual meatloaf recipe-seemed somewhat mushy. I will try again but maybe not use as much oatmeal? I do appreciate the technique of baking in the slow cooker! VFE
We loved this spin on traditional meatloaf. I used bottled barbecue sauce, spread on top at the beginning of cooking and due to time, baked mine in the oven at 350 degrees for about an hour. Then I sprinkled the cheddar on top and baked for another 15 minutes. Family loved the green pepper and garlic, and I liked using the oats instead of breadcrumbs. The onion soup mix gave it a nice flavor. I'm keeping this one handy!
Very good and a nice change from our usual meatloaf. I used one pound ground beef and one pound ground pork and that proved to be a great flavor combination.