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Egg & Grain Free Healthy Meatloaf

Egg & Grain Free Healthy Meatloaf I love meatloaf. Always have. Meatloaf doesn’t have to be anything special, just has to have lots of flavor. Following in my mom’s footsteps, I make mine packed with lots of veggies but I omit Eggs & Grains. Yes, you can have a super moist, wonderful meatloaf without the extras!! (which is great if A. your out of eggs or B. for whatever reason you don’t eat eggs – I’m healing my autoimmune conditions) My technique is really simple, straightforward and my meatloaf comes together with very little effort…. Egg & Grain Free Healthy Meatloaf Use your food processor to finely chop up your veggies….. my secret ingredient is lots of mushrooms!! They replace the grain you’d typically add in as a tender, binding ingredient. You can use any mushroom or combination you prefer. Today I used Maitake (aka sheephead, hen of the woods). IMG_1373 Give’em a sautee in healthy fat and stir in a little organic tomato paste – make sure it’s in a jar not a can to avoid BPAs... mix with beef & pork..IMG_1374 Form meatloaf into a loaf pan, lined with unbleached parchment paper if your pan is aluminum or teflon coated, top with more organic tomato paste & bake!

Egg & Grain Free Meatloaf

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Cook Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
  • Combine carrots, onion, garlic, mushrooms & parsley in your food processor and chop finely.
  • Heat coconut oil over medium heat in a large skillet, sautee vegetable mixture until well cooked, season liberally to taste with S&P and mix in 3T of tomato paste, allow to cool
  • In a large bowl, combine beef, pork, cooled veggie mixture and almond flour, mix well
  • Form your meatloaf in a loaf pan, top with remaining tomato paste
  • Bake for 90 minutes at 350 degrees
  • Allow cooked meatloaf to rest at least 30 minutes prior to slicing.
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2 Comments

  1. Thank you for this! I’ve been looking for an egg-free meatloaf recipe for an hour. I’m also healing from an autoimmune disease.

  2. Hi Hayley, Thanks for the recipe. I’ve long wondered if mushrooms would be a great replacement for the bread crumbs. It looks and sounds yummy!

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