German Meatloaf Muffins are a modern rendition of an old-world comfort food taste sensation.
Recently, I happened to catch a segment of Sugar High, a Food Network show hosted by Duff Goldman, featuring The Meatloaf Bakery located in Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois.
Meatloaf muffins are taking the USA by storm!
We are a one income family. Feasting on restaurant cuisine at $8.95 per meatloaf cupcake wasn’t my idea of a frugal family meal.
Inspired by proprietor, Cynthia Kallile’s creative ingenuity, I wondered if I could kick up my Classic Gluten Free Meatloafrecipe so my husband, who really dislikes meatloaf, might be tempted to try it again.
For days, I wrote down ideas and worked over the recipe on paper. No ingredient combinations seemed to transcend the common meatloaf experience . . .
. . . until the day I peeked into the pantry and wondered what I could do with a jar of sauerkraut and some ground beef.
With a grandmother descended from German immigrants, who passed on her love of German cuisine to her offspring, we grew up cutting our teeth on sauerkraut.
So, it was natural for me to somehow make these two humble ingredients into a frugal dinner that would do my grandmother proud.
What better way to celebrate my German roots than to insert some Oktoberfest fun into our weekend meal!
No meatloaf skeptic, including my husband, can resist the exciting aroma, the perfect fusion of rustic flavors and the original presentation.
Grab a stein of a great gluten-free German beer (Liebharts, Neumarkter Lammsbrau or Schnitzer Brau) and strike up the traditional German folk music!
This mouthwatering gluten-free homemade German Meatloaf Muffins recipe will have your family and friends kicking up their heels for more!
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