Even my picky teen loved this (so long as I gave her potatoes without blue cheese). Definitely a comfort food meal and one I will prepare again.
Loved the potatoes and the meatloaf! Definitely doing this again. My husband complimented it as well.Read More
Quick and easy to make. My 6 year old was able to make it with me and enjoyed eating it. I made some with spicy Italian sausage and preferred them and a few with mild sausage and no BBQ sauce for the kids.
I didn't use buttermilk for the potatoes, I used a little bit of sour cream and low-fat milk -- they turned out delicious. I used gorgonzola because I didn't have any blue cheese in my fridge, it substituted well. They did need a little salt, so I added some garlic salt. Yum!
Like another reviewer, I had to cook them for about 25 minutes to get the temperature to 160.Read More
This looked like such a tasty recipe from the ingredients - and so glad I tried it. I usually make the Italian-Style Meat Loaf, but it sometimes takes way too long to make it on a weeknight. I whipped this up in about 45 minutes - both the mashed potatoes and the mini BBQ meat loaves. I needed to cook the meat loaves a little longer as it wasn't reaching 160 degrees on my thermometer after 17 minutes. I served it with a side salad, and it was well received by husband and picky six-year-old (although he liked the meat more than the potatoes.) Only differences I did was add a little bit of butter to the mashed potatoes and I added one minced garlic clove to the meat loaf From the picture, it seemed that they peeled the red potatoes, but I left the skin on as well. I also used Cambozola cheese - which is a blue cheese brie. Will definitely make it again!
Both the meat loaf muffins and potatoes were packed full of flavor! Definitely making this recipe again!! http://determinedwwmomma.blogspot.comRead More