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Low-Fat Slow Cooker Glazed Meatloaf

Rated as 4.86 out of 5 Stars

"This slow cooker meatloaf is lower in fat and cholesterol because you use 1/2 ground round and 1/2 ground turkey breast. This meatloaf will be moist, but not as greasy as other recipes for a slow cooker. May have some for leftovers, too!"
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7 h 15 m servings 440
Original recipe yields 6 servings (1 loaf)


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  1. Grease a slow cooker with cooking spray.
  2. Combine ground round and turkey in a bowl; mix until fully combined. Stir in bread crumbs, soup mix, parsley flakes, black pepper, and garlic powder. Add eggs, 1/4 cup ketchup, and mustard; mix well. Form meat mixture into a loaf. Place in the slow cooker. Cook on High until no longer pink in the center, about 6 hours. An instant-read thermometer inserted into the center should read at least 160 degrees F (70 degrees C).
  3. Mix 3 tablespoons ketchup and brown sugar together in a small bowl to make the glaze. Spread over the meatloaf; continue cooking until glaze is set, about 1 hour more.


  • Cook's Note:
  • If meatloaf is browning too quickly, turn the slow cooker setting to Low for 1 additional hour after applying the glaze.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 440 calories; 19.2 20.4 44.3 195 887 Full nutrition

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Husband loved it. I used 2 lb ground round and 1 lb ground turkey. Did not use the glaze, but will try next time.

I love meatloaf and my husband and kids did not care for it. So I decided to give another try. when dinner was served they were all coming to the table "wow what smells so Good"? I dished o...

My husband loved this and ate it for 3 meals! Very delicious!

Love this recipe. It came out moist and flavourful.

Easy and yummy. I didnt have the full amount of the beef so mine was half beef and half turkey... still came out great. Not greasy and tastes wonderful cold in meatloaf sandwiches.