Stovetop Stuffing Meatloaf

Stovetop Stuffing Meatloaf
Elevate your meatloaf game with a delightful twist that brings together the comforting flavors of traditional meatloaf and the convenience of Stovetop Stuffing. This innovative recipe takes the beloved classic to new heights, combining ground meat with the rich and savory goodness of Stovetop Stuffing mix.
The result? A mouthwatering meatloaf that’s not only easy to prepare but also bursting with flavors that will leave your taste buds dancing. The marriage of seasoned ground meat and the distinctive herbs and spices found in Stovetop Stuffing creates a harmonious blend that’s sure to satisfy both your cravings and your family’s appetite.
Whether you’re a seasoned home cook looking to add a creative twist to your repertoire or someone searching for a hassle-free yet impressive dish, Stovetop Stuffing Meatloaf is the perfect solution. Get ready to experience the comforting nostalgia of meatloaf in a whole new way, making every bite a journey into a world of deliciousness. So, roll up your sleeves, gather your ingredients, and let’s embark on a culinary adventure that promises to redefine your love for meatloaf.
Ingredients:
1 package of your favorite Stovetop stuffing (chicken or herbed savory)
1 cup hot water

2 packages brown gravy mix (1 for the meatloaf, 1 for the topping)
1.5 lbs ground beef
1 cup cold water
2 large eggs, beaten
Instructions:

Ingredients:

1 package of your favorite Stovetop stuffing (chicken or herbed savory)

1 cup hot water

2 packages brown gravy mix (1 for the meatloaf, 1 for the topping)

1.5 lbs ground beef

1 cup cold water

2 large eggs, beaten

Instructions:

In a medium bowl, combine the Stovetop stuffing mix with 1 cup of hot water. Allow it to sit for 5 minutes.

In another medium bowl, mix 1 package of brown gravy with 1 cup of cold water.

Add ground beef and beaten eggs to the gravy mixture, and thoroughly combine (using your hands works best, despite the initial ickiness).

Once the stuffing has rested, stir it into the ground beef mixture.

Grease a bundt pan with non-stick spray, then press the combined mixture into the pan.

Bake at 350 degrees for 45-55 minutes or until the inside is cooked through and no longer pink.

After baking, let the meatloaf rest for about 5 minutes, then invert the pan onto a plate.

Serve the meatloaf with mashed potatoes, and pour brown gravy into the center for a delicious finishing touch.

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