Wednesday, October 5, 2016

How To Make Some Marvelous Mini Meatloaves...

How To Make A Mini Meatloaf in A muffin pan! Living from glory to glory blog

I have been making these little mini meatloaves for a few years now!

These little gems of an old time dinner favorite,
or maybe you do not care for meatloaf.
But I am hoping you will try this delicious way to make
a new an improved mini meatloaf.

The advantage to this meatloaf is firstly the size,
Because it is so much smaller than the typical loaf pan size.
It will cook really fast!

You can also make a few different twists of flavors in each batch.
You can please each member of the family.
Italian, Mexican, BBQ

Items Needed

1 pound of your ground beef meat
1 package of Stove Top Stuffing
Any flavor you like, chicken, cornbread ect.
(Or you can use your own flavored bread crumbs)
1 cup of water added to the stuffing mix

Now mix all this together,
Grease a 12 cup muffin pan with your cooking spray

Press the meat mixture into your 12 cup muffin pan.
Make an indentation on top of each mini meatloaf
Now, this is where you add the goodies

You can add
 Tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese

Taco seasoning and salsa and Mexican style cheese

Garlic salt or powder and your favorite BBQ sauce and cheddar cheese.

See the ideas are endless...

I like to add some green chilis, another time some sauted onions.

Bake in a 350 degree oven, (preheat the oven)
They cook between 15- 20 minutes.
Cook until nicely brown and cheese is lightly browned.

These little meatloaves are great for a dinner party,
They freeze really well!
They make a delicious cold meatloaf sandwich
(We like our with some mayonnaise and ketchup on our french bread)

This is a great way to stretch your meat budget also.

These are a very tasty way to get a dinner on the table quickly!

Always cooking and trying new things can be a great way
to keep your menus filled with new and inspiring foods.

Look, even the old meatloaf has gotten a new makeover!

Have A Wonderful Day!


  1. I'm not a big meatloaf fan Roxy, but these bitesize one look delicious. I think I may have made meatloaf all of 2 times in 39 years of marriage. I know. My hubby and kids were deprived. lol Thanks for sharing your recipe. I hope you are having a good week.
    Blessings, Pam

  2. Hi Roxy, these are delicious as I have made some very similar from my mothers Italian recipe. They are always a hit for a dinner with side dishes to go with. A real comfort food and with cooler weather upon us, they are perfect.
    Thanks for sharing. Your photo is a hunger maker!!! Blessings to you. xo

  3. This is a great idea with an old favorite! I am going to give this a try! WE love meatloaf, and are fans of meatloaf sandwiches, too! Thank you for sharing this wonderful, quick idea for a meal after work, Roxy!
    Love to you, dear one.

  4. So very delicious sounding! I have never made them so small, but that would be a great way to accommodate all the "tastes" of the family. Thank you for sharing how you make them!

  5. They look delicious Rox, and I love all the variations... its always good to mix it up I say.

    Thanks for the inspiration.

  6. I do love meatloaf although I don't make it often...not sure why even...but these little ones look especially yummy! I like the idea of adding your own "surprises" inside. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Ooh, you had me at the Stovetop dressing... I think anything made with that dressing is yummy! I will have to give these little yummies a try, thanks for sharing a new twist to an old favorite :)

  8. I have made these for the kids but never thought to use Stovetop stuffing. What a great idea. Hope you are doing well and have a blessed weekend- xo Diana

  9. These are such wonderful little meatloaves and I love that they are bite size.... Plus my pickest eater loves them! :)
    Hugs, Amy

  10. I'm going to try to come up with a Gluten Free recipe from yours.
    These look really good and how fun for the little ones, (big ones too!).

  11. I love the mini idea Roxy! I make meatloaf, but never mini. I can see you adding a stem and making them be pumpkins for a Halloween dinner. Thanks for sharing your recipe with SYC.

  12. These sound wonderful, but I will have to use ground turkey.. But its a lovely idea. I'm a new follower found you from Debbies page.. Happy Monday with love Janice

  13. Blessings to you Roxy! These sound so good; I'd have to make them gluten free though, so need to look closely at the recipe. I love this time of year. Sending you hugs and love.

  14. That is a great idea Roxy! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!


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