Recipe by JILLENA
"This is a great tasting and scary meatloaf. Our guests got a big kick out of it. I prefer to bake my meatloaf on a slotted broiler pan to let the grease drip off. You can use spicy sausage but I prefer a mild sausage."
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ground beef chuck
bulk pork sausage
crushed saltine crackers
black olives, halved
small slices of green bell pepper
yummy we had a sppoky dish contest at our church and we won!! thank you so much deeelishious!!!
For meatloaf, it's very moist, which was great. With a tiny bit of worchestershire sauce it didn't even need the ketchup (vital since we have a little one who hates condiments). Very simple to make, cute idea for a Halloween meal.
Great recipe for meatloaf and what an ingenious idea for a halloween dinner. My family loved it. The meatloaf was very moist and extremely flavorful. I will definitely be adding this to my recipe box of holiday treats!!!
The kids loved it they tought it was hilarious it was also very moist
I made this for a Halloween party at work. It was a hit! Very moist with just enough of a "kick" from the cajun seasoning. I used a few pieces of cooked spaghetti surrounding the knife in the belly with some ketchup (blood)!
Creative and tastes very good!
This was really good tasting. I added some diced tomatoes (personal preference in meatloaf). Kids thought it was so cool, and all we have left is half of the face.
We made this for Halloween 2012 and kids LOVED it . . . cute idea!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Halloween Halfling Meatloaf
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 335
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