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Two Types Of Meat Really Boost The Flavor!
We all can remember the good, the bad, and the ugly meatloaves in our life. This one you won’t forget, but in a good way! I bet you’ve never had one like this Italian meatloaf, but once you try it you’ll never make it any other way. This recipe doesn’t use just your regular ol’ ground beef, you’ll add in some ground mild Italian sausage too, because why not?! You might normally use plain jane ketchup on top of your loaf – and that’s okay, but this recipe is Italian style, remember?
So you’ll top it all off with Kraft shredded mozzarella, parmesan cheese, and Ragu marinara. Are you drooling yet? I think I need a napkin because my mouth is watering!
Your family will be forever grateful to you for making this awesome meatloaf. I know that my husband and kids gobbled their servings up like nobody’s business!
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Quick Tip: Serve this meatloaf with Italian mashed potatoes. Simply mix in Italian Kraft Cooking Creme to the mix. Yum!