Turkey Meatloaf in a Crockpot

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This week, the cold has been on. I meal planned and set my sights on some recipes I’ve been meaning to make for my family. One of the recipes was Turkey Meatloaf; however, I didn’t actually prep the meatloaf for plopping in the Crock Pot and actually cooking. 

The life of a busy mom, you know? 

So, when Greg texted yesterday asking what was for dinner (look on the fridge?!?!), I responded that I’d email him some instructions. This recipe is easy enough for Greg, making it perfect for those days when planning is low and hunger is high. Enjoy. 

Turkey Meatloaf in a Crock Pot

Mix 1 pound Turkey Ground Meat (thawed) with:
1 egg 
Squirt of mustard
Onions and Peppers (about 1/2 cup)
Squirt of ketchup
5 shakes of Parmesan cheese
5 shakes of hot sauce (red or green)
2 shakes of onion onion (this is a Tastefully Simple spice)
2 shakes of garlic garlic (this is a Tastefully Simple spice)
1/3 cup bread crumbs 

Form into a loaf. 

Spray small crock pot. 

Put loaf in crock pot, set on high. 

Cover top of loaf with a few spoons of tomato sauce and 6 cubed up potatoes (6-8 cubes per). 

Put on lid and let it cook for 4-5 hours, checking for excess moisture and no burning. 


Since Arianna, Greg, and I devoured the meal, I didn’t get a chance to take a photo. Trust me, it was good looking. Instead, you get a photo of Arianna, our mustache-wielding meat eater.


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