Julie's Creative Lifestyle

Easy Meatloaf Muffins in Minutes!

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Hi friends, this is such a busy time of year and I thought that I would share with you a dinner that can be made in minutes!  Back in November of 2012 I shared with you this recipe and I'm sharing it with you again.  I hope you enjoy it as this is a family favorite.





MEATLOAF MUFFINS

Ingredients:

1 envelope of Lipton Recipe Secrets Onion Soup Mix
2 lbs. of ground beef, pork and veal or just beef if you prefer
3/4 cup Italian bread crumbs
2 eggs
3/4 cup of water
1/3 cup of ketchup

Directions:

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.  In a large bowl combine all the ingredients.  Spray muffin tins with Pam (non-stick spray).  With an ice cream scoop place meat in tins.  Bake for 15-20 minutes.  Makes about 24 mini meatloaf muffins.


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46 comments:

  1. This recipe sounds awesome dear Julie, I just pinned and would love to make it! I will let you know.
    Thanks for your always sweet visit, you made my day.
    FABBY

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  2. What a unique idea! I have seen lots of savory muffins, but never meatloaf ones! Anything with Lipton's onion soup in it has my vote, I bet they are fabulous!
    Jenna

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  3. We're a meatloaf family, so these will be a hit, I'm sure. Thanks, Julie :-)

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  4. We love meatloaf too and this is a great idea! Quick and easy! We grill our meatloaf. Just mix it up and pat it into a big patty and grill. You're making me hungry! Hungry hugs, Diane

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  5. These are perfect little appetizers too! I know my family would gobble these up on game day!

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  6. Your meatloaf muffins look fantastic, Julie! Thanks for sharing your recipe. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas. :)

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  7. These look like a wonderful idea, Julie.
    Right now, easy meals will come in handy.
    I will have to try this for sure. :-)
    Blessings, Debbie

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  8. It makes so much sense to put meatloaf into muffin tins. Much faster to cook, plus they look cute :)

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  9. Julie, I am definitely going to try this! Looks so good.You must share your food recipes.
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  10. This is a wonderful idea! I have to try this. Have a great weekend! Maria

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  11. These look delicious, Julie! And I love that it's faster to cook :) Happy weekend!

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  12. Great idea to make them muffin sized! Good for pot luck dinners. We just had a meatloaf last night and the leftovers are in the fridge for lunch today :) Have a great weekend Julie! Wendy x

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  13. Such a great idea, it would work well for meatballs too I imagine? xx

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  14. Hi Julie,

    Your meatloaf muffins look and sound mouthwatering delicious! The Lipton's Onion Soup Mix is not available here, on the island, but I'm sure Knorr would have something similar. Thanks so much for sharing and have a lovely weekend!

    Poppy

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  15. Wow! This sounds perfect for a quick get-together. Yum. :)
    Hope all is happy at your house.
    xoxo,
    Lin

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  16. YUMMY! I love meatloaf, and I can't wait to try these fun meatloaf muffins! Thanks for sharing. Pinned!

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  17. I've made muffins this way for years, it's my favorite way to do it. Sadly, I lost the recipe I was using recently, but look, I just found one! :D

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  18. lovely blog to follow i saw you thrue other bloggers...wil love to visit more...blessings

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  19. I have not eaten meatloaf in years. The muffins look tasty.

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  20. I recently started sharing recipes on The Jenny Evolution and thought it would be terrific to have a group on FB where we can share our recipes not just with other bloggers but with people who are searching out recipes. That said, I’m launching a Food Blogger group! If we work together we can make this a great outlet for all of us. If you’d like to join, visit me here https://www.facebook.com/groups/341455112700743/

    To be approved post to the group, please follow the directions in the group description. Look forward to seeing you there!

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  21. This would sure speed up cook time. That's one thing I don't like about meatloaf, it takes so long to bake. Thank you for sharing and linking up to Scraptastic Saturdays. This post has been shared via Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Have a wonderful week.

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  22. Julie, I would never have thought to make meatloaf into muffins. Very clever!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  23. Your Meatloaf Muffins look amazing, a great recipe. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great day.
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

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  24. Oh I'm going to try these.... thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  25. What a fun little recipe! Thank you for sharing it on the Art of Home-Making Mondays. I am picturing it with some oven baked fries :)

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  26. I LOVE mini meatloaves! It's portion controlled and easier/quicker to cook. They're perfect for weeknight meals, too! Thank you for linking up with #FooddieFridays this week!

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  27. Super! I remember my mother making little muffin meatloaves. So handy to have on hand to quickly heat up and serve on busy days. Or when it's hot and you don't want to run the oven for a long time for a full-sized meatloaf.

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  28. What a fun way to cook meatloaf.. They look delicious too. Thanks for sharing, have a happy week!

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  29. This sounds so good to me. I will have to find a place that sells the lipton packaged soups. I remember using these all the time in recipes.

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  30. Thank you for posting to Motivation Monday!

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  31. Good idea for individual meat loaves.
    Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday.

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  32. Oh I am trying this tonight, what a marvelous idea~

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  33. Whoo Julie these look so tasty :)

    Thanks for sharing at Creative Mondays... Pinned and featured this week at the blog hop....

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  34. Oh no, I just had my lunch, and now I have the munchies again!
    What a great idea, so easy and without doubt delicious.
    Thank you for sharing!

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  35. What a great recipe! Hello Julie..thanks for visiting me via Stephanie's link-up. It's nice to meet you! ..Trish

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  36. Hi Julie! I'm so glad you shared this recipe at Roses of Inspiration. It made my mouth water when you first shared it and once again my mouth is watering :)

    Have a lovely evening! Hugs!

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  37. These look really good and simple! Bet they freeze well too!

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  38. Thanks for linking up last week to Thriving on Thursdays Julie. It's always great to have you pop by with a friendly message. I'm featuring this at tomorrow's party. Hope to see you back again.

    Anne xx

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  39. I can't wait to try these! They look great and I love that the ingredient list is short and simple!

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  40. Hi...I'm visiting from Amaze Me Monday...what a fantastic idea! I love meatloaf and this is the perfect way to serve it! Going to try this the next time I make meatloaf...thanks for sharing!

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  41. Good Afternoon Julie, Oh my word, I love these little meatloaf muffins. My husband really loves meatloaf, so these would be perfect for him to eat when he is watching the 6 Nations Rugby, which is on at the minute.
    I just need to find the packet onion soup mix.
    Thank you for the recipe, along with many other people I have pinned it to my board.
    Best Wishes to you.
    Daphne

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  42. Whoo these look nice and tasty Julie, yes please :)

    Thanks for sharing at the weekend blog hop..

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  43. Julie, this looks so delicious and I know it's not just because I missed lunch today! Pinning and will be trying this soon! Thank for sharing with us at the Brag About It Link Party! Appreciate you taking the time to link up with us!

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  44. Delicious, Julie, thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop, pinning and tweeting

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  45. What a fun way to serve meatloaf, Julie! Thank you for bringing your Meatloaf Muffins to the Hearth and Soul Hop.

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