Yes, This Is Better With Bacon, Too
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Meatloaf is a popular family dinner item for a reason. My favorite thing about it is that it’s easy to double the recipe and make enough to feed even a larger group for two days. Sometimes, however, it can become a bit boring or “blah.” Solve that problem and liven up your meatloaf night with this Bacon-Wrapped Meatloaf recipe! It’ll be a huge hit and your family will beg you to make it again soon.
Meatloaf can be a hearty and satisfying main course, particularly when paired with some yummy potatoes and beans. Some recipes out there just miss the mark a bit, though, at least in my opinion, and even a good, tried-and-true recipe can become a bit of a yawner, after a while. This recipe certainly isn’t boring. After making one small adjustment, I thought that it came out beautifully.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Salad in a Jar
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Quick tip: You can add some brown sugar to the ketchup if you want a sweeter flavor.
Can’t wait to try this recipe.