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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Santa Fe Meatloaf

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It is Saturday and boy am I excited. It has been a busy week and I am thankful for a morning of pajamas, sewing, cartoons with the littles, and possibly a family outing in the afternoon. Relaxing. Just the way a Saturday should be. This past week I tried out a few new recipes. I decided I needed to start making up my own recipes. I am great at taking others recipes and making them work with my pantry, but I really want to try a little bit harder at creating my own yumminess from scratch. The other day I decided I am going to write a cookbook someday. Shhh! Don't tell anyone though. I am still a tad bit insecure on the whole thing, but am growing more confident each day. I want my cookbook to be simple family friendly, kid tested and approved recipes. Just the way recipes should be right? I am always so inspired by all the e-mails you all send me. Every comment about how you are using my staples list, budgeting, and saving. It is so inspiring and makes me want to do more and share. That is where the cookbook idea came into play. I need to build up my online recipe box first, but the dream has been dreamt. I try to live everyday as frugally as I can and I want to share frugal recipes with you all. So that being said, hopefully you will be seeing more original Blissfully Made recipes. I already named my book. Cute right? Ok now enough of my dorkiness and dreams, although I thank you for letting me share, let's get to today's recipe. Print this one out. It will be in this upcoming weeks meal plan.

Santa Fe Meatloaf

1 lb. ground turkey 
1 cup salsa 
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese 
1 can of corn 
2 eggs 
½ cup breadcrumbs 
2 tbl taco seasoning 

 Blend in mixer. Put in 9x9 baking pan or bread pan.
 Bake @ 350 for 40-50 minutes or until cooked through. 
Check with a meat thermometer.

We served ours with rice and cauliflower.
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Here is a printable version for you. Enjoy!




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3 comments:

  1. I will totally buy your cookbook! Make that dream of yours happen!!

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  2. Sounds so yummy; I love meatloaf! Thanks for sharing and good luck with the cookbook; very cool :o)

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  3. wow! meatloaf looks yummy and I can't wait to taste this tasty food....this is really a great recipe...It's good to hear you wrote cook book..I will sure buy your cookbook because I love to cook new food ...thanks for sharing this great recipe...My kids may love to eat them..

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