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Bacon wrapped beef meatloaf, ground beef mixed with veggies, juicy and delicious!

This meatloaf is full of flavors thanks to the added vegetables, bell pepper, onion and carrot, it is juicy and tender. The bacon lends it some additional flavor and crunch, really good.

For this bacon wrapped meatloaf, I used lean ground beef. I thought that there was enough fat added with the bacon.

To make it, you must first chop thinly the vegetables in a food processor and then cook them to drain them of any juice.

I formed my loaf into a cake mold lined with plastic wrap, then took it out from the mold and placed it on a baking sheet. Do not bake your meatloaf into a cake mold as the beef and vegetables will release some juices, the bacon would just boil.

Lastly I made my gravy with the released juices of the meatloaf and vegetables, so good!

If you're looking for recipes for your weekday dinners, you might want to check my Tex Mex Pork Roast or my Turkey Roast with Mustard Sauce.

  • 5-6 servings
  • Easy
  • 1 h 30

Recipe :

Ingredients:

Meatloaf:

32 oz. about (1 kg.) lean ground beef

16 thin bacon slices (depending on the size of your loaf)

1 carrot, peeled and cut in small chunks

1 bell pepper, cut in small chunks

1 onion, peeled and cut in small chunks

1 1/2 tbsp. parsley

2 slices of bread, in small chunks

2 tbsp milk

1 egg

1 tbsp mustard

Salt and pepper to taste

1/4 cup BBQ sauce

1 tbsp brown sugar

Gravy:

1 1/2 cups Paris mushrooms, whole or chopped

1/4 cup white wine

Salt and pepper to taste

Some vegetable oil for cooking

Make the meatloaf:

Into the bowl of a food processor, add the chunks of carrot, onion, bell pepper, process until you obtain crumbs, not puree

Heat some olive or vegetable oil into a frying pan, add the chopped vegetables, add salt and pepper and cook on medium/high until all released juices are evaporated, stir from time to time so as not to brown vegetables, set aside

Into a large bowl, add the chunks of bread and the milk, crush with a fork to form a paste, add the egg and incorporate, add the vegetables and mustard, mix, add the beef, 1 tsp of pepper, salt to taste and mix until all the ingredients are incorporated, you can microwave a small amount and taste to adjust seasoning

Pre-heat your oven at 350°F (175°C) Line a cake mold with plastic wrap, then line the mold with slices of bacon, I overlapped the bacon slices in the bottom of mold and let them hang over the edges of about 4 inches (10 cm), add the ground beef evenly and fold the bacon over the top. Put a baking tray/pan on top of cake mold and turn the meatloaf over, remove plastic wrap. I was afraid that the bacon might shrink so I planted a toothpick into the center of all the overlapped bacon slices, the bacon did not shrink but I would do it again

Into the oven for about an hour, stir together the BBQ sauce and brown sugar, brush the meatloaf with this mixture from time to time, wait about 10 minutes before slicing

Make the gravy:

Heat some vegetable or olive oil into a frying pan on medium/high, add mushrooms, salt and pepper to taste, stir fry on all sides, add the white wine and all the released juices from the meatloaf, cook to reduce liquids, about 10 minutes or until you’re satisfied with the thickness of gravy, taste and adjust seasoning

Enjoy!

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You had me at bacon! Since we moved to BG it is so hard to find a good bacon... I really miss all things bacon!

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Thanks so much Agata, so sorry you can't find good bacon where you live, I'd miss it too!

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Meatloaf is such a great comfort food. But wow, elevate with bacon to a whole new level. Loving the chunky mushroom gravy.

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Thanks so much Sara, glad you like it

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Oh my goodness! That sounds divine. The gravy made with the juices is just the crowning touch!

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Thank you so much Pam, glad you like my recipe

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I've never had meatloaf, it has never appealed to me, but I hear bacon and I am on board, no questions asked!

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Thank you so much Jacquee!

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You had me at bacon

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Thanks so much Lisa

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Total comfort food right there and those chunky mushrooms? Extra for me please! Big fan of mushrooms! It's rainy and cold here today so this would be perfect right about now

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Thanks Dawn, sorry about the weather, wish I could share girlfriend!

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Wow! This looks absolutely stunning and delicious! Anything wrapped in bacon is a great dish in my opinion. And that mushroom gravy looks outstanding!

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Thanks so much Lainey, you're so right about bacon, totally agree with you!

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I love a good meatloaf, but THIS is out of the stratosphere! I'm a bacon AND mushroom girl, so you've checked all the boxes here!

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Thanks so much Michelle

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