A quick, easy and healthy paleo meatloaf made with clean ingredients. Perfect for leftovers PLUS it’s husband and toddler-approved!
Meatloaf is one of those comfort meals that I could easily have one my weekly dinner rotation. I’m so happy to say that this meal is husband-approved as well as toddler-approved. My entire family loved it!! To simplicity my life I’m trying to only make dinners that I know myself, my husband and both of my daughters will enjoy. Gone are the days of me cooking 2 or 3 different dinners!
One of my favorite parts of this meal is that I have leftovers so dinner is taken care of for two nights in a row for the entire family. You could also double or triple the recipe and make a few meatloafs so you can freeze them for a later date. Having kids I’m all about meals I can quickly reheat for those crazy chaotic nights where I just don’t have time to cook.
Traditional meatloaf is made with regular flour, but this meatloaf recipe is gluten-free and paleo as I used coconut flour in place of regular flour. You can check out the recipe for all of the other clean ingredients used.
Speaking of clean ingredients – I’m VERY selective when it comes to which meat I consume, and just as important what meat my kids consume. I always opt for grass-fed beef and pasture-raised meat. All meat should be free of antibiotics, growth hormones and GMOs.
I’m so grateful that I recently discovered Grass Roots Farmers’ Cooperative. They’re a group of small-scale family farmers who formed to transform the way meat is produced and consumed across the USA. Their mission is to provide an easy way for consumers to get access to nutritious, delicious, pasture-raised meat, which can be conveniently ordered online and delivered from their farm to your table.
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Grass Roots is both the farmer and the butcher. Also, they pay farmers fairly so they can continue to raise meat the right way. They’re the first and only meat producer in the U.S. using blockchain technology to track products from farm to plate. This is such an important practice.
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- 1 lb grass-feed beef (I got mine from Grass Roots) – code LEAHSPLATE for $50 off your first box of $125 of more!
- 2 whole pasture-raised eggs
- 1 egg white
- 1 cup of BBQ sauce (I use an organic, low sugar sauce)
- 1/4 cup coconut flour
- Pinch of salt and pepper
- Avocado oil
- Pre-heat oven to 350F.
- Generously spray bread loaf pan with avocado oil.
- In a large bowl mix eggs, egg whites, 1/2 of the BBQ sauce, coconut flour, salt and pepper.
- When all ingredients are completely mixed, hand mix ground beef in just enough so all ingredients are incorporated. Be careful not to over mix to reduce dryness.
- Put half of meat loaf mixture in loaf pan.
- Spread 1/4 cup of BBQ sauce on the first layer in the pan.
- Put the rest of the meat loaf mixture in the pan and spread remaining BBQ sauce on top layer of meat loaf mixture.
- Cover with foil and bake for 40 minutes.
- Uncover and bake for and additional 10 minutes.
- Broil on high for 5 minutes.
- Remove from oven, slice and enjoy!