Italian Meatloaf

1 hour
Serves 4
Available from October 5th - October 11th
$25

Meal includes:

Our Italian-inspired meatloaf is ready to cook, so all you have to do is bake and serve. Round out your meal with mashed potatoes or mac and cheese, and you’re ready to feast!

  • CHOOSE ONE: Italian Beef or Turkey Meatloaf (32oz)

  • GET ONE: Green Beans Almondine Steamer Bag (16oz)

  • CHOOSE ONE: Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes or Creamy Macaroni & Cheese (1 lb)

  • GET ONE: Killer Brownie® Cookie Dough Brownie (12 oz)

Our Favorite Way To Serve It Up

Our Italian-inspired meatloaf is ready to cook, so all you have to do is bake and serve. Round out your meal with mashed potatoes or mac and cheese, a side of green beans almondine, and you’re ready to feast! See below for step-by-step instructions on our favorite way to serve this dish.

Directions

COOKTIME 1 hourSERVINGS Serves 4

Preheat oven to 350°F.

Remove film from meatloaf pan and place pan onto a baking sheet. Bake uncovered, 50 minutes to an hour for classic beef meatloaf (internal temperature 160°F) or 45-50 minutes for turkey meatloaf (internal temperature 165°F). Let meatloaf rest 5-10 minutes before cutting and serving.

If heating mashed potatoes or mac and cheese in the oven: Remove potatoes or mac and cheese from packaging into an oven safe container and cover with foil. When there are about 25 minutes left on the meatloaf, place the potatoes or mac and cheese in the oven with the meatloaf and bake until internal temperature is 165°F.

If heating mashed potatoes or mac and cheese in the microwave: Remove potatoes or mac and cheese from packaging into a microwave-safe container. Cover and heat on high setting for 2.5-3 minutes, stirring halfway through, until warmed through or internal temperature is 165°F.

Microwave the green bean steamer bag according to package directions.

Serve meatloaf sliced with mashed potatoes or mac and cheese and green beans on the side.

Meatloaf may still appear pink when fully cooked due to naturally occurring nitrates in the fresh vegetables and meat; as long as it's cooked to temperature, it's safe to eat