I love a good, juicy meatloaf!! Thinking in terms of “I Will Do Anything For Love,” I am revamping the family favorite. I know that the kids hope that “….I won’t do that,” but out with the ground beef wrapped in bacon with creamy mushroom gravy and in with experimenting with High Fiber Turkey Meatloaf recipes. This one was very tasty. Tom added Worcestershire sauce and the kids coated theirs in Ketchup. I cut mine into bite size pieces to top my salad. The oatmeal and flax seeds add fiber, while the canned mushrooms add moisture. The egg binds the ingredients together. I never add salt to a recipe.
Do you like my platter? I found it while thrift shopping for $1.99. It’s Noritake Miyoshi China. I found it for $39.95 on Ebay and $74.95 on Replacements. Maybe that’s another business to consider. I enjoy the feeling of saving money!!
Recipe Tip: For a little zest, sautee fresh green, yellow or red peppers with the onions and add to the meat loaf mix.
Recipe Tip: Sneak in some shredded carrots or zuccini into the meat loaf mix.
Recipe Tip: For an Italian Meatloaf, add green peppers and black olives to the mix. Then pour marinara sauce with diced tomatoes on top of the loaf before baking.dinner, healthy Foods, Healthy Lifestyle Tip, High Fiber, Low Cost, Low-Fat, Meat, meatloaf, Mushrooms, Turkey