Easiest Mini Meatloaf EVER

 

So I was working in my kitchen a while ago with some hamburger and making plans for supper. And I had in my head to make meatloaf. But then I realized I didn’t have any breadcrumbs left. TRAGEDY. So I was rooting around in my pantry and found a great solution. This is it.

Kraft’s Shake n’ Bake has flavoring and bread crumbs all in it. And you can get it in different flavors! You can use it to make burgers too. Here’s how you do it.

1. Put your hamburger in a bowl.  Open your bags of shake n’ bake and take out 1/4 cup of it and set it aside. Pour the rest onto your hamburger and add one egg.

2. Mix it all together.

3. Roll the mixture into balls that will fit inside the muffin tins.

4. Sprinkle the leftovers on top of the mini meat loafs.

5. Then put them into the oven at 350 degrees for about 15 – 20 minutes. (Or until they are all golden brown.)

Options: You can add chopped up onions and celery or grated carrots. I also love adding a bit of grated cheese into the middle of them and then adding more meatloaf mixture on top to make a nice cheesy middle.

Easiest dinner ever!

Here’s a recap.

Kraft’s Shake n’ Bake has flavoring and bread crumbs all in it. And you can get it in different flavors! You can use it to make burgers too. Here’s how you do it.

Easiest Mini Meatloaf EVER

Ingredients

  • 910 grams of hamburger
  • 1 box of Kraft Shake n' Bake
  • 1 egg

Instructions

  1. Put hamburger in a bowl.
  2. Open your bags of shake n' bake and take out 1/4 cup of it and set it aside.
  3. Pour the rest onto your hamburger and add one egg.
  4. Mix it all together.
  5. Roll the mixture into balls that will fit inside the muffin tins.
  6. Sprinkle the leftovers on top of the mini meat loafs.
  7. Then put them into the oven at 350 degrees for about 15 - 20 minutes. (Or until they are all golden brown.)
http://rhondasteed.com/easiest-mini-meatloaf-ever

I’m linking this up at 30 Days and Six Sisters 

 

  • February 20, 2014 - 6:02 am

    Jackie - Ohhh I am so going to try this! Thanks!

  • February 20, 2014 - 8:31 am

    Julie - oooo brilliant!

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