Paleo Mini Meatloaf Recipes
Regular (large-size or regular loaf-size) Paleo meatloaves are delicious and easy to make, so if you’re not already making Paleo meatloaves for dinner, then you should get started.
But Paleo mini meatloaves are also fantastic. They can be a fantastic snack that you can take with you on the go, a great appetizer to impress your family and guests, or a fun way to get kids to eat vegetables and organ meats.
So, here are some of our favorite Paleo Mini Meatloaf Recipes (sometimes they’re also called Paleo Meatloaf Muffin Recipes or Paleo Meatloaf Cupcake Recipes, or sometimes something completely different too, like the first two recipes on our list).
14 Paleo Mini Meatloaf Recipes
These cupcakes look amazing (especially the frosting). In fact, these look so good it’s hard to remember that they’re not desserts!
Not many Paleo mini meatloaf recipes include sweet potatoes as an ingredient, so we wanted to point this one out. As Sarah describes in her post, this creates a sweet and salty mix (salty from the beef and garlic). We also love her suggestion of serving these with some coconut carrot fries and some hot sauce!
Most Paleo mini meatloaf recipes go for a tomato based sauce (often it’s ketchup or BBQ sauce), but these mini meatloaves are topped with a delicious mushroom gravy instead.
Bell peppers can be stuffed with all sorts of deliciousness, but putting a meatloaf into one is simply divine! Plus each bell pepper is topped with 2 half slices of bacon. It’s tasty and it looks impressive – sounds like a great dish to cook for a Paleo dinner party.
As we mentioned at the beginning of this post, Paleo mini meatloaf recipes can be great for hiding vegetables and organ meats. Well, this recipe can definitely hide a lot of vegetables.
This mini meatloaf recipe from Juli is delicious – it features all sorts of Cajun goodness, from andouille sausage and hot sauce to cayenne pepper and chili powder. And there’s a really spicy hot sauce to go with the mini meatloaves too.
These spicy meatloaf cupcakes are topped with guacamole (as the frosting) and look fun as well as delicious. They’d be perfect for any parties or as a non-dessert treat!
These mini meatloaves are beautifully presented. They’re wrapped in bacon and then topped with a homemade sundried tomato pesto. It’s innovative and delicious. And it gets bonus points for being wrapped in bacon!
While the majority of meatloaf recipes use ground beef as the main meat, this Paleo mini meatloaf recipe uses pork instead. This is an easy recipe, and one that you can make over and over again. Perfect for preparing snacks or lunch to take to work.
These Paleo mini meatloaves are loaded with vegetables and can easily be frozen and then reheated. Again, these are great as quick snacks or to take with you for lunch.
This is another easy Paleo mini meatloaf recipe, and the bacon wrapping helps these mini meatloaves keep their shape. A plate of these would be perfect as appetizers – beautiful and tasty.
There are a lot of creative ingredients in this Paleo mini meatloaf recipe, like dried lemongrass! Plus, there’s a great homemade BBQ sauce that goes in and on top of the mini meatloaves.
This is another Paleo mini meatloaf recipe that hides a ton of vegetables – this one packs in a ton of spinach. And these mini meatloaves are perfect for kids. They’ll start enjoying them and won’t even realize what nutritious foods they’re eating.
This recipe also uses frozen spinach, and it’s loaded with a ton of spices (including thyme and nutmeg). They’re really easy to make and to eat. We also like Lea’s suggestion of topping them with some marinara sauce and serving them with some mashed cauliflower.
Which Of These Paleo Mini Meatloaf Recipes Did You Try?
Share with us in the comments below which Paleo mini meatloaf recipes you’ve tried before – what did you like about them, what did you change?