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  1. #26

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    Had to post to say how much we enjoyed this! DH & DD loved it. It's a keeper. Thanks so much for a great recipe!!!!
    Lori

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    Sounds, yummy!!

    Guess what my hubby is making tomorrow night while I am at WI!!

    He has been wonderful trying out new recipes and cooking etc!!

    Thanks for the great recipe!!
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  3. #28
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    Lori, Tracy and Penny - I am so glad that you tried the meatloaf and liked it.

    BoboMarge - I just want to say that I hope you like it too and how lucky are you to have a "real food" cooking DH!! Good luck at weigh in tonight (I go Monday nights too).

    Have a great day.

    Shannon [img]graemlins/bcbsalute.gif[/img]

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    I tried this recipe and the whole family loved it!

    I used 1 # hamburger and then put in an equal amount of zucchini and summer squash to equal the other # of meat. It was WONDERFUL. Got the kids to eat more veggies w/o them even noticing. We had grilled asparagus and salad as side dishes. This is a wonderful low calorie meal this way.

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    Now this is just too weird - I'd planned on making this tomorrow night, but didn't have the recipe. I didn't look forward to finding it and when I scrolled down to entrees, there it was - top of the list! It sounds wonderful and I'm looking forward to supper. Sheila

  6. #31

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    OH wow....

    I did not have Chicken stove top so i used Turkey flavor. And I used ground Turkey. Also I had no egg beaters so I used 2 eggs.

    For the alterations my meatloaf was a little higer in points.

    So I cut the meatloaf into smaller slices to Make 12 servings. I made plenty of corn and green beans.

    I am stuffed it was very very filling. The whole thing was 6 pts for the whole meal.

    Ohh and I used Tomato sauce instead of kethup in the mix and on the top.

    Jennifer

  7. #32

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    This is a great idea... I've been wanting meatloaf but not wanting to have the oven on. I'm definitely trying this.

    1/2 C eggbeaters = 2 eggs?
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    It is in the oven as I type this post.It sounds yummy, and I put it inot muffins tin soo then I can freeze other prtions, yipee.Thanks buddy for this, I am not a cook but I can't mess this on up can I??? lol.
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  9. #34
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    I am so glad that this was brought back up and that more of you are enjoying it. It is still one of my very favorite meals and I make it once a week. Glad to see some of you are experimenting with different ingredients too.

    Barb - yes 1/2 cup eggbeaters is equal to 2 eggs (just less points!!).

    Shannon [img]graemlins/bcbsalute.gif[/img]

  10. #35

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    I just wanted to say I tried this recipe Saturday night and my family loved it.My Ds is a meatloaf junkie and I was worried he would not like it.I didn't have to worry long.He devoured it.When I make a new low fat recipe or we try something new we sit round the table and each vote whether it's a keeper or a throw away.This ones a keeper.Thanks for posting it. [img]smile.gif[/img]
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  11. #36
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    Have tried this many times and always make it in the cupcake tins and freeze what we don't eat. For the two of us it makes 4 meals! We always have to have a baked potato and brown gravy cause DH thinks you can't have meatloaf without potatoes and gravy. Makes a wonderful 9 point dinner with a salad or zero point veggie.
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    My hubby loved this one. His suggestion was to add salsa to the mixture, so think I will try that next time......makes a lot of food for the points. Will be having this again often.
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    Wonderful recipe! I have been giving this out to all my friends, even if not on WW! My DH loved it, and its wonderful for slicing for sandwiches the next week.
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    Good morning everyone, I have a large container of stove top stuffing,how many ounces is the box for the meatloaf so I know how much to measure out, thanks in advance for all replies
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    Hi Sally [img]smile.gif[/img]

    I just returned from 2 weeks vacation last night and had hoped someone would answer your question (as I didn't have any of the ingredients with me). Sorry it took so long to get a response.

    The package of stuffing I use is 8 ounces and makes eight 1/2 cup servings.

    Hope that is what you needed. By the way, how is that crock pot recipe book working for you?!?!

    Shannon [img]graemlins/bcbsalute.gif[/img]

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    Hi Shannon thanks so much for replying to my post, yes that is what I needed wasn't sure what size the box of stuffing was,I did make it last week and used 6 0z. of stuffing just to be safe and it came out very good,as for the crockpot book its great I have tried a lot of recipies and they were great,you have a good memory,thanks again. [img]graemlins/wave.gif[/img]

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    I have made this a few times now. The 1st time I did it, I thought I had 2 lbs of beef, but only had 1....Oops! I made it anyhow using the same guidelines with only 1 lb of meat. I made 18 little meatloaf muffins and the way I figured it they are a scant 3 pts each. I can't tell, the screw up and really loved the taste!
    :eek:

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    Bump for Lisa. Hope you enjoy this one as much as I do.

    Shannon [img]graemlins/bcbsalute.gif[/img]

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    I made this Sunday night and DH loved it! He actually took leftovers to work for lunch on Monday. I have been trying to find a meatloaf recipe that he likes for over 10 years now. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
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    Thank you...Looks amazing!!!
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    I am definately going to make this! It looks fabulous! Thanks for posting the recipe, Shannon!
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    This meatloaf was delicious!!!
    Yummy!!!
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    I made the halved version of this tonight and it was delicious - one of the best meatloafs ever. This is a keeper; thanks Shannon!
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