Top Rated Meatloaf Recipes

One of the most classic recipes that uses ketchup in it is meatloaf, and Ramadan and Norton add their own spin to it using their artisanal ketchup products. The best part about meatloaf? It uses ketchup as an ingredient, and for its original purpose, as a condiment.
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Meatloaf recipe
The phrase "Ma! The meatloaf!" will be thrown around in all seriousness in your household after you make this unlikely dinner hero. This recipe was developed in the Quaker kitchens in the '50s, and, according to the brand, remains one of their 'most requested' recipes. Says Quaker: "Using oats in place of bread crumbs gives this meatloaf a moist texture and adds a nutrition boost of B vitamins, protein, and fiber. Warm and deliciously hearty, this is a recipe your whole family will love!"Recipe courtesy of Quaker Oats.21 Timeless Midwestern Recipes 
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Equally as good as the classic
Most everyone has an opinion about meatloaf. Some love its homey comfort made from their mom’s recipe. Some think of it as a heavy-duty boring blast from the past. Some would never eat it. Enter rice and lentil loaf with mass appeal! Whether you’re a meat eater, vegetarian or trying to cut meat from your meals more often (think Meatless Monday), this loaf is a great option for you to try. Whatever your opinion of the classic dish, this recipe is meatloaf-like enough for fans, but different enough for meatloaf foes. The addition of rice, lentils and vegetables makes it a healthy dish, and although it has almost the same texture as meatloaf, it gives you the chance to try something a little out-of-the ordinary. Best of all, the leftovers are amazing, cold and straight from the fridge!  
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