Recipe by poppy127
"This recipe has been in my husband's family for years, gets made at nearly every get-together. Don't let the peanut butter throw you! It helps hold everything together. The glaze makes the recipe."
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whole wheat flake cereal
salt and pepper to taste
Surely the last reviewer doesn't know the difference in his food groups! If he wanted dates, then he should be looking for fruit salads! This is HAM LOAF and that suggest nothing BUT meat! He has obviously never had any meat before of any kind, or he would know that this tastes great.
I used this recipe to bake a Ham Loaf for the first time and I made it for a small group of people. I had compliments like, "Not bad for a guy!" to "Great ham loaf! Where did you get the recipe?" I loved it too. It tasted much like my mother's receipe.
The only things I would add to this recipe are: 1) Bake it in a 5 X 9 bread loaf pan, 2) Add some cloves on the top during cooking and remove them afterwards (adds flavor) and 3) for more flavor, add a generous amount of your favorite ketchup on top and spread it evenly before baking.
All in all, I give this a 5-star rating, because it WAS the best!
3 T of peanut butter is way too much. Maybe 1tsp could serve the purpose. I'll go back to my own tried & true...
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 592
** Calories from Fat: 344
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