Brown Sugar Bourbon Beef Meatloaves
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Brown Sugar Bourbon Beef Meatloaves

Brown Sugar Bourbon Beef Meatloaves

with Apple, Mashed Potatoes & Roasted Green Beans

Finding yourself in a meatloaf rut? Enter: this sweet and savory version. First, we blend ground pork with a not-so-secret ingredient—grated apple—for subtle sweetness and added moisture. Next, we form the mixture into mini loaves so everyone gets their own. The pièce de résistance? We infuse the BBQ sauce glaze with a brown sugar bourbon seasoning to amp up the smoky, caramelized notes. Add sides of mashed potatoes and roasted green beans, and your routine meat-and-potatoes dinner doesn’t stand a chance.


Produced in a facility that processes eggs, milk, fish, peanuts, sesame, shellfish, soy, tree nuts, and wheat.

Total Time50 minutes
Prep Time15 minutes


serving amount

12 ounce


1 unit


1 unit


2 unit


4 tablespoon

BBQ Sauce

1.5 tablespoon

Sour Cream

(Contains Milk)

10.8 g

Brown Sugar Bourbon Seasoning

10 ounce

Ground Beef

¼ cup

Panko Breadcrumbs

(Contains Wheat)

6 ounce

Green Beans

Not included in your delivery



2 teaspoon

Cooking Oil

2 tablespoon


(Contains Milk)


Nutrition Values

/ per serving
Calories820 kcal
Fat47 g
Saturated Fat20 g
Carbohydrate69 g
Sugar24 g
Dietary Fiber7 g
Protein31 g
Cholesterol140 mg
Sodium1530 mg
Due to the different suppliers we purchase our products from, nutritional facts per meal can vary from the website to what is received in the delivered box, depending on your region.


Box Grater
Medium Pot
Small Bowl
Aluminum Foil
Baking Sheet
Large Bowl
Medium Bowl
Potato Masher



• Adjust rack to top position (middle and top positions for 4 servings) and preheat oven to 425 degrees. Wash and dry produce. • Dice potatoes into ½-inch pieces. Zest and quarter lemon. Halve and core apple; grate one half on the largest holes of a box grater (use whole apple for 4). Trim and thinly slice scallions, separating whites from greens; mince whites.

Cook Potatoes

• Place potatoes in a medium pot with enough salted water to cover by 2 inches. Bring to a boil and cook until tender, 15-20 minutes. • Reserve ½ cup potato cooking liquid, then drain and return potatoes to pot. Keep covered off heat until ready to mash.

Make Glaze

• While potatoes cook, in a small bowl, combine BBQ sauce, 1 tsp Brown Sugar Bourbon Seasoning (2 tsp for 4 servings), and a squeeze of lemon juice. (You’ll use the remaining Brown Sugar Bourbon Seasoning in the next step.) Taste and season with pepper and more lemon juice if desired.

Form & Bake Loaves

• In a large bowl, combine pork*, grated apple, scallion whites, panko, remaining Brown Sugar Bourbon Seasoning, ½ tsp salt (1 tsp for 4 servings), and pepper. Form into two 1-inch-tall loaves (four loaves for 4). • Line a baking sheet with foil and lightly oil. Place meatloaves on one side of prepared sheet; top with half the glaze (you’ll use the rest in the next step). (For 4, spread meatloaves out across entire sheet; roast on middle rack.) • Roast on top rack for 10 minutes (they’ll finish cooking in the next step).

Swap in beef for pork.

Glaze & Roast

• Meanwhile, trim green beans if necessary. Toss in a medium bowl with a drizzle of oil, salt, and pepper. • Once meatloaves have roasted 10 minutes, remove sheet from oven; carefully add green beans to empty side. (For 4 servings, add green beans to a second sheet; roast on top rack.) • Roast for 10 minutes, then remove from oven once more. Carefully brush meatloaves with remaining glaze. Return to oven until meatloaves are cooked through, glaze is tacky, and green beans are tender, 4-5 minutes more.

Mash Potatoes

• Meanwhile, mash potatoes with sour cream and 2 TBSP butter (4 TBSP for 4 servings) until smooth and creamy, adding splashes of reserved potato cooking liquid as needed. Season with salt and pepper.

Finish & Serve

• Carefully toss green beans with lemon zest. • Divide meatloaves, mashed potatoes, and green beans between plates. Sprinkle with scallion greens and serve.

Ground Beef is fully cooked when internal temperature reaches 160°.