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Cheddar-Stuffed Mini Meatloaves with Chipotle Glaze

January/February 2012

Your rating: None Average: 4.4 (38 votes)

Individual meatloaves not only take the guesswork out of portion size, they cook quicker than a large loaf. Look for ground chipotle in the spice section of the market—it gives the glaze a hit of smoke and spice. Serve with roasted broccoli and brown rice tossed with cilantro.


Cheddar-Stuffed Mini Meatloaves with Chipotle Glaze Recipe

8 Reviews for Cheddar-Stuffed Mini Meatloaves with Chipotle Glaze

01/12/2012

This recipe is awesome! My husband and I are trying to eat healthier but don't want to sacrifice taste. Portioning out the loaves makes it so much easier to control how much you eat and they taste great!

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01/10/2012
Anonymous
Amazing!

This was my first time ever making meatloaf (and I really don't like meatloaf), but this turned out amazing! I made some changes: I didn't have an egg, so I substituted 2 tbsp of mayo. I also didn't have any chili powder or ground chipotle pepper, so I used some cayenne pepper. That really gave it a kick! I also threw in a little frozen spinach as well as some fresh garlic.

I didn't have any mini-loaf pans, so I had to bake this in a regular loaf pan. It unfortunately took way longer than I expected (almost 2 hours at 400 degrees), but that's also probably because of my paranoia of not cooking it long enough. It didn't really hold together well, most likely because I didn't have an egg, but the outsides were so crisp and yummy, while the inside was so moist! I definitely will make this again, probably with my substitutions (except for the egg). I've never written a recipe review, so clearly I feel strongly about the great taste of this meatloaf!

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01/05/2012
Anonymous

My family of three almost shed blood fighting for the fourth meatloaf!

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