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Best Ever Meat Loaf

Reviewed: Jul. 1, 2014
I have made this recipe 3 times. The first time I made as is according to directions (no milk added though). I thought it was delicious and so did my 4 year old who ate it in just a few minutes (usually takes 30 minutes or more to eat dinner!) My picky husband felt it needed tweaked. So the 2nd one i again followed everything according to directions, but rather than putting the sauce mix on top in the pan, I drained the meat and then placed the loaf upside down on a flat pan. I then took the sauce and put it on the loaf as if icing a cake, then followed rest of directions. (Again the 4 year old gobbled it up). Well on the third time, again hubby needed to tweak it, I made everything according to directions, but replaced onion with a packet of beefy onion soup mix. And again did the flip over onto a flat pan and iced the loaf with a different sauce mix (Tomato paste, ketchup, and bbq sauce). The sauce mix still needs work, but the meatloaf was great. (Each time the 4 year old devoured the meatloaf, and asked for seconds and thirds!) This is a great recipe as is, but is fun to try different things!
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The Best Meatloaf I've Ever Made

Reviewed: Apr. 23, 2014
Was perfect! Did not change a thing! Definitely get the extra lean meat. I picked up 75 percent lean and needed to drain before adding the end sauce. Even my picky, takes forever to eat, 4 year old ate it in like 5 minutes and asked for seconds!
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Uncle Mac's Peanut Butter and Jelly Cookies

Reviewed: Aug. 22, 2013
Made these with my 3 and a half year old. I cut the sugar in half, as some users suggested, and they tasted perfect. I did make a few without jelly, with jelly, and a few with some caramel (which became really hard but tasty). Even my picky, not liking sweets, man kept eating these. He ate the plain peanut butter ones, tried one jelly one but did not like it. On the other hand, the three year old loved all of them and kept asking for more cookies. To make the cookie dough ball we used a tablespoon tool, and we ended up with a few dozen mini bite sized cookies. They did taste good the next day, but anytime after that they weren't the best. I plan on making these for a family reunion soon! Great recipe.
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