Ever thought about how to make a regular meatloaf just a bit more interesting and unlike the rest of meatloaf recipes? Yeah, me too. Adding different spices or veggies to the mix does make a difference, but it’s not really that big of a difference.

Now, adding a stuffing to your meatloaf is something totally on another level. Introducing a delicious stuffing made of cream mushrooms with a touch of cream cheese and fresh greens take a homey meatloaf and makes it into a practically gourmet dish!

Here’s how to make this delicious thing. The biggest trick is placing the stuffing inside the meatloaf. If you’re using a loaf form for baking, it’s actually no trick at all. You simply make a nice indentation in the meat along the entire length of the meatloaf, place your stuffing inside and carefully cover with remaining meat.

However, if you are baking your meatloaf in a regular sheet pan, it’s best to distribute the ground meat mix on top of a piece of a kitchen plastic wrap, as if it’s dough, place your stuffing in the middle and carefully roll it like you would with a sushi roll.

Some other excellent stuffings for meatloaf include egg salad, spinach and ricotta cheese, mixed sauteed vegetables, such as broccoli, bell peppers, onions and cheese. 

Follow the instructions below to make an excellent meatloaf with a lovely stuffing twist if you aren’t feeling like making a regular meatloaf. I hope you enjoy this recipe!