Mummy Meatloaf is individual sized meatloaves that are decorated to look like a mummy. These mini meatloaves will be a hit with your entire family.
I love mummy meatloaf, and it is so easy to make with ground beef and stuffing mix. Just a few ingredients you can buy at any grocery store or convenient store and mummy meatloaf will be ready to bake in the oven.
The best part of making these mini meatloaves is that you can customize your own mummy if that is how you want to make your mini meatloaves this time around.
For this recipe we are using crescent rolls to form our mummy. I love the taste that the crescent rolls bring to the meatloaves. It's like eating a meatloaf and a side dish at the same time.
I love mummy meatloaf for so many reasons, one being that mummy meatloaves are usually a hit with children because they look like they remind them of Halloween.
Meatloaf is a staple in our house. It is probably one of the easiest meals you can make. It has so many options to be made because meatloaf has a variety of ingredients you can add in to give it your own twist.
Not only does it make for a great dinner idea, but it also tastes amazing. Meatloaf just reminds me of my childhood. We used to make meatloaf quite often when I was growing up. Mom had a lot of great recipes that we still use today.
I have meatloaf on the menu at least once a month, if not more in the fall and winter months. Not only does meatloaf taste amazing but it is also very affordable to make. So, for the month of October to celebrate Halloween we are making mummy meatloaf instead of the traditional mini meatloaves.
I decided to share this recipe with you, because it's a great way to get ideas to eat dinner. When kids find food cute or interesting they are more likely to try it!
Can I use pork mixture instead of just ground beef for this Mummy meatloaf recipe
Yes, you can use a ground beef and pork mixture instead of just pure ground beef if that is how you like your meatloaf.
I love mummy meatloaf, and it is so easy to make with ground beef, chicken broth, bread crumbs and stuffing mix. Just a few ingredients you can buy at any grocery store or convenient store and mummy meatloaf will be ready to bake in the oven for an hour – then serve on a plate
What is a meatloaf
A meatloaf is a loaf-shaped food made from ground meat mixed with other ingredients, such as salt, herbs and spices. It's usually served with a sauce or gravy. For this meatloaf with stuffing recipe we'll be making mini meatloaves to save time.
What do I need to make the mummy part of this meatloaf
To make the mummy part of these mini meatloaves you will need crescent rolls that you cut into strips. You will use the strips of crescent rolls to shape your mini meatloaves into mummies.
How do mummy meatloaves taste
Mummy meatloaves taste just like a regular meatloaf, but it is shaped in the form of a mummy. It is tender on the inside with the crispy outside of the crescent rolls. You are going to love mummy meatloaves and how cute they look.
Is meatloaf with stuffing good
Meatloaf with stuffing is delicious. This mummy meatloaf recipe makes mini meatloaves that are filled with tasty stuffing, and then rolled into mummy-shaped meatballs.
For this mummy meatloaf recipe, we're using crescent rolls to give it its mummy shape. Crescent rolls don't taste bad; instead they add a bit of sweetness to the mummy meatloaf and they make for a soft, well-cooked mummy meatloaf.
The stuffing is where the mummy meatloaves get their flavor from. You can change up the recipe just by using your favorite stuffing that you would normally put in a regular old meatloaf. We like this recipe the traditional way, but if you want to add or take away ingredients just play around with different types of meatloaf recipes to find one that you like.
I love mummy meatloaves because they are a perfect Halloween meal. As I said before mummy meatloaves are usually a hit with children because they resemble mummy's.
Why make mini meatloaves
We are going to make mummy meatloaves mini so it is easier for us. We can make mini mummy meatloaves that take less time and are much easier to eat than regular sized mummy meatloaves.
Plus, with a mini size meatloaf it's easier to turn your meatloaves into mummies. There is also no need to worry about cutting portion sizes when you use an individualized sized mini meatloaf.
Ingredients for Mummy Meatloaf
- ground beef
- chicken flavored stuffing
- eggs, beaten
- barbecue sauce
- refrigerated crescent rolls
- black olives
How to make Mummy Meatloaf
Step 1. Heat oven to 375 degrees.
Step 2. Mix meat, stuffing mix, water and eggs until combined.
Step 3. Shape into oval skull shapes.
Step 4. Place onto a foil lined cookie sheet.
Step 5. Brush each with the bbq sauce.
Step 6. Cut your crescent dough into strips.
Step 7. Lay the dough strips across the meatloaves to resemble mummy wrappings, tucking any excess dough underneath.
Step 8. Place olive slices for the eyes.
Step 9. Bake for 25-30 minutes until cooked through.
It's no secret mummy meatloaf is a Halloween favorite! This mummy-shaped meatloaf recipe with stuffing makes mini mummy shaped pieces of tender beef, smothered in barbecue sauce. We're using crescent rolls to give it the mummy shape which adds sweetness and softness without compromising on flavor. To make this dish spookier for kids, top each mummy meatloaf off with an olive or two as eyes.
This dish is so fun and easy to make, the kids are bound to love it! If you make this easy meatloaf recipe, come back and tell me how it works out for your family.
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- 2 pounds ground beef
- 1 pkg (6 oz) chicken flavored stuffing
- 1 cup water
- 2 large eggs beaten
- ½ cup barbecue sauce
- 1 tube (8 count) refrigerated crescent rolls
- sliced black olives
- Get out and measure your ingredients.
- Heat oven to 375 degrees.
- Place stuffing in a large bowl.
- Add meat, water and eggs and mix until combined.
- Shape into oval skull shapes. Place onto a foil lined cookie sheet.
- Brush each with the bbq sauce.
- Cut your crescent dough into thin strips.
- Lay the dough strips across the meatloaves to resemble mummy wrappings, tucking any excess dough underneath.
- Bake for 25-30 minutes until cooked through.
- Place olive slices for the eyes.
- Serve and enjoy every bite!