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My kids enjoy a good meatloaf, in fact on one occasion my son said, “I need to get home, Momma is making Meatloaf for dinner tonight”. As a busy parent I like to hear that, and I also like a Fall dish that is a simple to prepare and easy to compliment with hearty sides.
Of course if I can make dinner even easier, then I am willing to give it a try. I did exactly that when I created a Sweet Pepper Meatloaf Recipe Made With 4 Simple Ingredients!
Now to get started with my meal, I first needed to visit Walmart and pick up a few items. On my shopping trip I headed over to the sauces aisle and grabbed a can of MANWICH BOLD.
I really like the tangy and sweet taste of this variety, plus it has a great texture with visible pieces of pepper.
While I browsed, I also added Panko Bread Crumbs, Eggs and Lean Ground Beef to my cart along with broccoli and potatoes to serve as a side.
Preparation for this meal could not get any easier, and you can see how I did it below.
Sweet Pepper Meatloaf
1 Can of MANWICH BOLD
1 Pound of Lean Ground Beef
1 Cup of Plain Panko Bread Crumbs
Preheat the oven to 350 ° degrees F. Completely combine a 1/2 Can of MANWICH BOLD, Ground Beef, Panko Bread Crumbs, and 2 Eggs in a bowl. Transfer this over to a pan and form into loaf.
Place this into the oven for 1 hour or until completely cooked. (USDA Guidelines for Cooked Meat recommend that it should reach an internal temperature of 160 ° degrees F.). Be sure to prepare your sides while this cooks.
FYI it may caramelize a little along the edges, but is still yummy. When you are ready to transfer this to a plate, spoon a 1 to 2 teaspoons of the left over MANWICH BOLD on each serving of meatloaf.
I served this with steamed broccoli seasoned with olive oil, garlic powder, and pinch of salt, as well as a side of mashed potatoes. It was a delicious meal with NO leftovers!
What ingredients do you use in your Meatloaf? Any short cuts you take?
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I can’t wait to make this meal again for a busy school night!