Add a Hawaiian twist to your next meatloaf with this sweet and tangy Slow Cooker Hawaiian-Style Meatloaf.
I have been doing a lot of slow cooking lately. Although I love to use my slow cooker year round, I find myself using it more in the winter. Stews, soups and winter comfort foods are perfect in the slow cooker and you certainly can’t beat the convenience.
One of the ultimate comfort foods is meatloaf. Who doesn’t love a warm slice of meatloaf topped with gravy and a side of mashed potatoes? I gave this meatloaf a Hawaiian twist with this Hawaiian-Style Meatloaf. A sweet and tangy marinade that combines ketchup, brown sugar, pineapple juice and a splash of liquid smoke and Worcestershire sauce are mixed in with the meat. The flavor is outstanding and is not overly sweet.
What really adds the final touch to this is reserving some of the marinade to drizzle on top of the meatloaf before serving. The marinade alone is worth every bite. Move over ketchup, I also like to serve some of this yummy marinade on the side for dipping. Yes, I totally suggest doubling the marinade if you are serving this to dippers, as it is going to go fast!
Prepping this meal takes a matter of minutes and the rest of your day is spent getting things done. After a long day, dinner will be ready and waiting, thanks to the slow cooker. The result is perfectly cooked meatloaf that isn’t dry. Serve along with some grilled pineapple slices, roasted potatoes or even some sweet glazed baby carrots for a tasty dinner.