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Easy Mini Meatloaves Recipe

This has to be the simplest, quickest meatloaf recipe I have ever made. Not only is it quick {about 45 minutes from start to plate}, it absolutely delicious! There are sooo many different ways to customize this recipe to your family's individual taste. Enough's the recipe:

Easy Mini Meatloaves Basic Recipe

  • 1 lb hamburger
  • 1 6oz box of stuffing mix
  • 1 c water
  • 1 c shredded cheese

  1. Preheat oven to 375.
  2. Combine meat, stuffing mix, and water.
  3. Spray or grease muffin tin.
  4. Ball meat mixture into 12 balls. (The size of each ball should depend on the size of your muffin tin.)
  5. Press each ball into a muffin cup.
  6. Make an indentation in each ball for sauce.
  7. Fill with sauce.
  8. Bake for 30 minutes.
  9. Top with cheese of your choice.
  10. Bake 5 more mintues.
  11. Enjoy!!

EcOnomcial Mom's Meatloaf Sauce.
(This is just an estimate...I tend to *eye* my ingredients for this sauce)

  • 1 c ketchup
  • 1 c brown sugar
  • 1-2 Tblsp mustard.

Mix ingredients well.

There are soooo many different ways to customize these meatloaves. You could add garlic powder, or Italian seasoning, chili powder, or soy sauce to the meat mixture. As for sauces...salsa, barbecue, spaghetti, pizza, or sweet and sour. The possible combinations are endless. If you make these, write back and let me know which combinations are your favorite. I like to add Italian seasoning and a hint of onion powder, colby jack cheese, and my sauce.

These freeze well too.

Menu Planning Manic Monday

I know that I have been absent for a couple of months. Sorry! Spring has always been a busy time. This year, however, I have been hit hard! XR is in kindergarten and I'm on the PTO...which makes spring especially busy. I have also started my own business. :) I have been crafting for...let's just say a long time! I've now taken my craftiness and turned it into an online business. Being the ecOnomical person that I am, I have been doing everything ALL BY MYSELF! Why pay when I can learn to do it myself! That has taken a considerable amount of this past month. There have been days that I've felt as though it was spent entirely on the computer. The bright side is that I've learned a LOT of tips and tricks and info using Blogger. In June, I will be adding a DIY blogger category to EcOnomical Mom! 

Through all of this chaos, menu planning has kept my family fed. If I hadn't planned my meals, who knows what my poor family would have eaten. :( Luckily for them, and me, we had good, nutritious meals every night.  Because I knew time was limited, I have been sticking with pretty simple meal plans. This week is not different.

Dinner: Grilled Chicken, baked potatoes, mixed veggies. (Due to the weather, I think I'll need to subsitute!)
Dinner: (Pizza Night) Regular
Dinner: (Crock Pot Night) Pork Loin Pot Roast w/ carrots and potatoes.
Dinner: (Pasta Night) Mama's Choice.
Dinner: Individual Meat Loaves, mashed potatoes, home canned green beans.
Lunch: Left Over's Lunch
Dinner: Stromboli
Lunch: Left Over's Lunch .
Dinner: Mexican Skillet Meal

Tomorrow I will be sharing my recipe for individual meatloaves. This is the easiest, tastiest meatloaf recipe! My son LOVES these. Check back later for my stromboli recipe. Have a good week everyone! And thank you to those who actually missed me!

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