Hearty and Delicious – Cheesy Meatloaf

Meatloaf is a comfort meal, through and through.

I know summer’s here and it’s typically the season for grilling, but on those rainy and gloomy days, where you just feel like curling on the couch, comfort food is exactly what you’re looking for. You want something warm and inviting, and this meatloaf recipe is just that.

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 The first time my husband made his meatloaf recipe, I was skeptical. I’ve never been a meatloaf person, and assumed that his would fall into the “gross” column, but I was pleasantly surprised. It was, and continues to be the best meatloaf I have ever eaten, and that’s saying a lot because my grandma made a mean one. :)

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The best part about this recipe is how simple it is to put together. You throw your dry ingredients in a bowl with the meat, mush it all together, lay it out, fill with the cheese and ham, roll it up and put it in the oven. Prep time is less than 20 minutes!

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Your turn!

I’m excited for you to try this recipe. I want to hear what you think?

Do you have a favorite meatloaf recipe or comfort food recipe?

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I’m linking this yummy recipe up with Peas and Crayons.

2 Responses to Hearty and Delicious – Cheesy Meatloaf

  1. Erlene says:

    I’m not a meatloaf lover either, but I like the idea of the ham/cheese filling. Do you think it would be okay with just beef/pork without veal? Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.Pinned to try.
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    • Jillian416 says:

      Hi Erlene! Totally!! The only reason we go w/ the beef, pork, veal mix is because that’s how Wegmans sells it. If they had a pork/beef option, we’d probably opt for that. It’s really good, I swear!! :)

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