Deciding what to make for dinner can be a challenge. I am always trying to make the process easier on myself, and my husband, who does all the dishes. Sheet pan dinners are great, they are quick and easy to clean up.
My husband really likes meatloaf, but traditional meatloaf can take awhile to make. Plus, then you’ve got to make the sides. I found making this comfort food favorite into a sheet pan dinner can speed up the cooking time and tastes just as good.
I start by cutting up my red potatoes into bite size pieces, buying precut green beans and lining my sheet pan(s) with parchment paper or foil. Spray pans with oil if using foil, then add my veggies and drizzle them with olive oil, and season with salt and pepper. NOTE: if you want your green beans on the less cooked side (ours turn out crispy and browned), then add your green beans after 20 minutes of cooking your potato/meatloaf, so they aren’t as cooked. For the meatloaf, I mix all the ingredients in a bowl and free form the meat mixture into four separate oval shaped pieces on the sheet pan. I usually use two sheet pans, so I don’t over crowd the pans, I want the potatoes to roast.
I used turkey meat, but the recipe works well with lean ground beef too. We used red potatoes but sweet potatoes would be lovely way to mix it up!! This dinner is great and comes together nicely. We always have leftovers, so meatloaf sandwiches are a must!!
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