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Let me ask you a question; how many different meatloaf recipes have you tried? I think I’ve lost count, but I sure have tried many. While most of them have been really wonderful, I don’t think any of them have come even close to this one. To me, it’s very important that the recipes are easy to make and don’t take too much of my time. This one is so simple you won’t believe it, and the flavors come together so nicely! This recipe went straight to my box of favorites!
As American as apple pie, this classic family staple doesn’t have to take a ton of your time to prepare. All you need is a slow cooker and 20 minutes. Ground beef and sausage flavors will waft through your kitchen as this loaf slowly cooks all day, infusing the meat with spicy tomatoes and Worcestershire. This recipe yields 6 servings, but the taste lasts all night!
Recipe courtesy of Mr. Food. Image courtesy of Food.com.
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