Monday, January 20, 2014

Slow Cooker Chicken Parmigiana Meatloaf from Recipe Girl

Chicken Parmigiana Meatloaf cooked in the slow cooker
I'm totally intrigued by this Chicken Parmigiana Meatloaf cooked in the slow cooker!  (Photo from Recipe Girl.)
I'm focusing on healthier slow cooker dishes during January, and when I spotted this Slow Cooker Chicken Parmigiana Meatloaf from Recipe Girl, first I was excited at what a healthy dinner option it was, and then I got intrigued by how the meatloaf is cooked in a dish inside the slow cooker!  Lori used lean ground turkey to make this and she says it was a definite hit at her house.  (And the recipe comes from a cookbook by someone who's a familiar name to readers of Slow Cooker from Scratch, click to Lori's site to see where she found it!)

Ingredients for this recipe:
Ground chicken or turkey, eggs, onion, Italian breadcrumbs (or gluten-free crumbs), Italian seasoning, garlic powder, marinara sauce (homemade or from a jar), finely shredded mozzarella cheese

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! This link will take you to the complete recipe for Slow Cooker Chicken Parmigiana Meatloaf from Recipe Girl.

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More Ideas with Ground Meat in the Slow Cooker:
Sweet and Spicy Ground Turkey and Sweet Potato Stew from Kalyn's Kitchen
Easy Korean Beef from 365 Days of Slow Cooking
Indian Beef from Perry's Plate 
Italian Sloppy Joes from Skinnytaste
Meatballs in Egg-Lemon Sauce (Giouvarlakia) from On Top of Spaghetti

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