Country Bob’s Meatloaf

Lovely and wonderful Becca of Bites of the Day hooked me up with a couple of bottles of Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce. I’m not a big meat-eater, but I thought a little red meat in my life might do me some good, so I used a meatloaf recipe from the Country Bob’s website for tonight’s dinner: Country Bob’s Meatloaf.

Country Bob’s Meatloaf


1 1/2 lbs lean hamburger
1/4 cup chopped onions
12 crushed saltine crackers (I used 20 Kashi TLC crackers)
2 eggs, beaten
1 Tbsp Country Bob’s Seasoning Salt (I used Montreal Steak Seasoning) 
1/4 tsp pepper
3/4 cup Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce 
1/4 cup milk
1/2 cup flour

Directions: Mix all ingredients together, place in baking dish, shape in loaf, pour a little more Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce on top and bake at 350 degrees for one hour. (I topped the meatloaf with a thin layer of breadcrumbs.) 

The meatloaf came out pretty good– it tasted delicious, but it was ugg-ly! I kept checking the meatloaf by poking it with a fork (and then a knife) to see if it was finished cooking. It was a mess by the time it was done!

So, when I mixed up all of the ingredients, the meat seemed too mushy to become a loaf. I followed the directions for the most part (minus the saltines and seasoning salt, but all of the major ingredients), so I put the gushy meatloaf in the oven and hoped for the best! The directions said to cook the meatloaf for 1 hour, but it took 90 minutes for mine to finish cooking! However, now that I look at the recipe, I see that the online version calls for 1/2 cup flour, but that ingredient was missing from the printed recipe that I received with my Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce. I think the flour would have made all the difference in this recipe! Oh well, I guess the final product was worth the wait!

If you’d like to try Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce, visit their website and request a coupon for a free bottle. It’s really tasty sauce! I’m just not sure if I trust their recipes now!

And for dessert: half of a toasted English muffin with peanut butter and chocolate and pb chips. YUM! 

I can’t believe that my day off is just about over! 😐 Two more days to go… 

G’night, bloggies! Yoga time! 😀


  1. Eek, sorry for the flour mishap. Hope you like the sauce other than that! I haven’t tried any of their recipes, just sort of thrown things together and used the sauce as a condiment.

  2. The first time I made meatloaf for my boyfriend and I, we didn’t have any oatmeal or breadcrumbs so I thought I use rice! HAHA! Didn’t work! 🙂

  3. sorry bout the meatloaf mix-up 😉 it still sounds good though.. the dessert i’m sure made up for it! 2 more days, we’re almost there!!

  4. oooh also, i don’t know if you got a hair cut recently (i was gone for a week and a half on spring break) but i love how it looks!!

  5. Fabulous meatloaf. When I finally try that sauce, I will be sure to make a vegan version.

    Dessert sounds amazing as well, I love the two types of chips!

  6. thanks for posting the link to the coupon! did anyone else notice that their website boasts a Jesus fish stating “Christ is our C.E.O.” ?

  7. glad it came out well despite the mistake in the recipe! i made and tried my first ever meatloaf last year and discovered that meatloaf sandwiches are quite addicting!

  8. That looks like a tasty version of meatloaf. I prefer to use Country Bob’s sauce in my own Turkey Meatloaf recipe. The flavoring of the sauce blends really well with the sage and other herbs in the spice blend. It’s like instant umami!

    Check out my recipe here: Saucy & Savory Turkey Meatloaf

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