Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Muffin Tin Italian Meatloafs

In the comments the other day, Amy from Do You Know the Muffin Pan? said she didn't have a muffin tin meatloaf recipe! The horror! :-)

Thought I'd share my recipe for Muffin Tin Italian Meatloafs. Made these last night and made the husband swoon. The way to his heart *is* through his stomach!

  • 1 lb ground beef
  • 1/2 cup spaghetti sauce of choice (we lurve Prego Three Cheese)
  • 1/2-1 cup shredded mozzarella (just how much do you like cheese??????)
  • 1 egg
  • Italian seasoning (I use 6 tbsp Homemade Gourmet's Italian Mozzarella Mix, but I think any Italian seasoning mixed with with crushed up crackers would do)

Heat oven to 350 and spray your muffin cups with Pam. Fill them with your mixture- I usually get about 9 out of a pound of ground beef.

This part is optional- but we like cheese, so I add some cheese to the top.

Annnnnnnd then I spoon on some more sauce.... love the sauce.
Bake for 30 minutes.

And voila! You've got perfectly cooked mini meatloafs! A serving is about 2, or 3 if you are a husband who really loves these!


C. Beth said...

Awesome--totally saving this recipe. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Wow! These look so good and easy - I'll have to try them out :) What man (and child) doesn't love meatloaf?

Recipe Box said...

Thanks for sharing. I really enjoy your blog very much. I love finding new recipes.

Feel free to check out my recipes also I'm sure you will enjoy.

Unknown said...

YUM!!! These look great, and would take way less time to cook than a full size loaf. Thanks for the tip!!

s.lange said...

we made these last night - everyone really like them - thanks!

s.lange said...

we make these last night and everyone really liked them!

Anonymous said...

Is the 6 tbsp (tablespoons) of Italian seasoning correct? Or should that be 6 tsp??

Sasha said...

Anon, I used 6 tablespoons of the Homemade Gourmet mix, which i think is seasoning mixed with bread/cracker crumbs-so I would use less if you are using Italian seasoning. Just mix it with some bread or cracker crumbs to taste.