Whether it's a midweek dinner or a holiday tradition, there's nothing more comforting than a delicious meatloaf.
Put your slow-cooker to work with this Scandi-inspired – and spiced – take on a traditional meatloaf. Redolent with spices like cloves, allspice, parsley, garlic and dill, this is an ideal dish to cook low and slow throughout the day.
Looking for a vegan main for Christmas this year? Give an American meatloaf a vegan makeover with this Moroccan lentil 'meatloaf', filled with flaked almonds, mushrooms and sweet potato and coated in a spicy tomato sauce for a festive centrepiece.
If you've never tried making your own meatloaf, this simple, tasty recipe is a good place to start. Using lean steak mince and red lentils, it's healthy too and there's even leftovers to create this Spicy lentil and beef spaghetti for the next day!
Spag bol, but faster and just as tasty! Why not try this healthy pasta dish, which uses leftover meatloaf and pasta sauce from our Lentil and beef meatloaf recipe. It's on the table in 15, so it's a real winning dinner for busy days.
Try something new with turkey this Christmas. Our festive meatloaf is made using turkey mince and is topped with a herby mushroom sauce and crispy sage leaves. Try this as a great gluten-free centrepiece.
Impress your guests with this easy turkey meatloaf which serves 8. You can prepare this up to 12 hours in advance, then bake when you're ready to eat!
This retro favourite gets a an upgrade, with the addition of egg. The meatloaf has a lovely, herby taste, as well as a punchy hit of Dijon mustard and Worcestershire sauce. Serve with mashed potatoes and veg.
Serve up a storm with this delicious family-sized Italian meatloaf for dinner tonight
This generous meatloaf pie, wrapped in buttery puff pastry and served with a classic tomato sauce, is the perfect centrepiece for your picnic and is equally delicious hot or cold.