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Crock-Pot Moist Meatloaf Secrets

Crock-Pot Moist Meatloaf Secrets

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Do you want to make meatloaf and have people rave about it?  Have you ever tried to prepare meatloaf in your crock-pot?  I share secrets at the end of this post for making a terrific Crock-Pot Moist Meatloaf.

If you are not a meatloaf fan, try this moist meatloaf made in a Slow Cooker.  Nothing says comfort food better than a meatloaf.  This meatloaf is not only moist but delicious.  It has a wonderful sweet and tangy sauce.  You may just change your mind about meatloaf after giving this moist slow cooker meatloaf a try. This Crock-Pot Moist Meatloaf is seasoned well with bell pepper, garlic, onion, and Worcestershire Sauce.  The topping is made with vinegar, dark brown sugar, ketchup, and Worcestershire Sauce.  Trust me with this Crock-Pot Moist Meatloaf is it super scrumptious.  If you had rather prepare this meatloaf prepared in the oven, you can find the instructions here.

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32 Responses to Crock-Pot Moist Meatloaf Secrets

  1. This recipe sounds Delish! Will there be a lot of drippings at the bottom? If so was thinking about putting some foil in the bottom to set the loaf on. Don’t know if that would work or not.

  2. I made this meatloaf yesterday and it was outstanding. My husband who is 65 and has eaten lots of meatloaf including my own recipe i’ve been making for years said that this was theeeeeee best meatloaf he’s ever had. I guess that means this recipe is a handsdown keeper. thank you so much

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