Ranch meatloaf is a family favorite homestyle meatloaf much like Grandma's meatloaf but better! This healthy meatloaf recipe takes the classic recipe and elevates it with delicious ranch seasoning! Delicious and easy to make on weeknights or for a Sunday dinner.
Servings 8 servings
Calories 251 kcal
2-3 pieces whole wheat bread ½ cup milk or unsweetened almond milk 1 pound ground beef 90/10 1 pound ground turkey 1 packet ranch seasoning 1 egg salt + pepper to taste 1 tablespoon raw honey 1 tablespoon mustard ⅓ cup ketchup
Rip bread into tiny pieces and place in a large bowl. Add milk to soak bread and mix gently.
Add meat to the soaked bread and season with salt and pepper. Mix gently a few times.
Add in ranch packet and one egg. Using your hands, incorporate all of the ingredients until mixed but not over mixed.
Place meat mixture onto a foil-lined pan (see helpful tips for how to make a meatloaf pan) and shape into a loaf.
Mix together ketchup, raw honey and mustard until well mixed. Coat the loaf evenly with the ketchup glaze.
Bake meatloaf in a 350F oven for 60-80 minutes or until an instant read thermometer reads 165F.
Add in some bbq or buffalo sauce for a spicy kick, wrap in some crispy bacon, or use some fried onions for a crunchy topping.
Try oats in meatloaf as a filler instead of bread.
Bump up the veggie factor by adding in some zucchini, spinach or other hidden veggies.
Use a muffin tin to make healthy mini meatloaf muffins that are individual in size.
Swap out ketchup for mustard or use a low sugar ketchup like primal kitchen ketchup for a keto meatloaf.
Add in some cheddar cheese for a cheesy twist.
Use ground chicken or pork in place of beef and turkey.
America's Test Kitchen meatloaf rack method for easy cleanup of the pan. Serving: 1 serving | Calories: 251 kcal | Carbohydrates: 12.4 g | Protein: 25 g | Fat: 11 g