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Easy Crockpot Meatloaf recipe is tasty and super easy to prepare! Great freezer meal recipe!

Crockpot Easy Meatloaf is a great comfort dinner recipe and you can prepare this ahead of time as a freezer meal. This easy crockpot recipe has very few ingredients in the meatloaf, but do not let that alarm you as it is full of great taste! This was super easy to prep as a freezer meal, took less than 10 minutes.

Easy Crockpot Meatloaf recipe is tasty and super easy to prepare! Great freezer meal recipe!

The day I made it, I simply took it from the freezer to the crockpot! It is that easy folks. Just put it in the crockpot and pour some ketchup or BBQ sauce over the top. You can also add a little brown sugar on top too. Put the lid on and let it cook away for at least 8 hours. This easy crockpot meatloaf recipe will be a part of our monthly menu from now on.

If you are not preparing this as a freezer meal we suggest cooking it for 4-5 hours and checking it though we have only made it as a freezer meal.  You can line your slow cooker with foil before placing your frozen meatloaf in the crockpot to help the grease drain. We have a free shopping list for you for this recipe!  It includes a list for a single, double, triple or x10. We hope it makes your shopping easy!

Easy Crockpot Meatloaf one of our recipes in our 20 Freezer Meals that you can cook in 4 hours.

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Easy Crockpot Meatloaf
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Recipe type: Crockpot
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Serves: 4-6
 
Ingredients
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • ½ cup milk
  • ⅔ cup bread crumbs
  • ½ chopped onion
  • 1 tsp salt
  • ¼ tsp pepper
  • ½ tsp sage
  • 1½ lbs lean ground beef
  • ketchup or BBQ sauce
Instructions
  1. Label freezer bags with cooking directions and date.
  2. Mix together place into freezer safe bags.
  3. Place in freezer.
  4. On Cooking day, put frozen meatloaf in crockpot, cover with ketchup or BBQ sauce (use as little or as much as you want).
  5. Cook on low for 8-10 hours (Our frozen meatloaf was ready in 8 hours)

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Comments

  1. Amee @ didsomeonesaychocolate.com says

    My husband would adore me if I were to make this. He LOVES meatloaf! It sounds even better now that I know I can make it in my slow cooker. Thanks!

  2. Katharine says

    This sounds great! I was wondering what becomes of the grease? Does it end up cooking back in or when you take the loaf out has it been sitting in grease?

    • Stephanie@StockpilingMoms says

      I used lean beef so I had very little grease in the bottom of the crockpot. Hope this helps answer your question!

        • Stephanie@StockpilingMoms says

          Sherry I have not made it that way but what I would do is check on the meatloaf after 4 hours but I am thinking it would take 5-6 hours on Low. Hope this helps you!

    • Stephanie@StockpilingMoms says

      I have not made it that way but what I would do is check on the meatloaf after 4 hours but I am thinking it would take 5-6 hours on Low. Hope this helps you!

    • Melissa@StockpilingMoms says

      3 months – if you use a foodsaver it extends up to 2 years according the manufacturer.

  3. Anne says

    How many loafs should you make? Or do you just make one large one to fit into the crockpot? I have a 4qt & 6 qt crockpot so I’m trying to figure out how big to make it.

  4. Sue says

    Love this meatloaf recipe. It is easy to make and a great idea for supper when working all day. I used my special ketchup recipe on top thou. Ketchup, brown sugar, little hickory smoke and garlic powder. Thanks for sharing it with me.

  5. Kristi says

    I did the frozen version… but I don’t have 8-10 hours on low (time).. can I do 4-5 hours on high and get the same results?

  6. Chelsea says

    I was looking at this page, which requires 1/2 cup of milk. But when you click on the shopping list for this recipe, it calls for 1 1/2 cups of milk. Which is it?

  7. Greg A says

    Made this today – it was really good! One pound of thawed beef. I did it for five hours – the last half hour I did on high. Just followed the recipe and it turned out great.

  8. Becky says

    We just moved in to our house and the 1950s oven does not work. With all the other renovations we need to do right away we aren’t able to replace the oven right now. So I gave this recipe a try. I am so glad I did! My husband says it is better than my regular go to meatloaf! We will definitely be using this recipe again! Thanks so much!

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