Welcome to the most helpful post you’ll ever read as a newly gluten-free human. Well, other than this one, and maybe this one also. But if you, like me, started to freak out a little bit when you viewed the rows of gluten-free flours and complicated blends to make the perfect cake, sans gluten, then 4 Ingredients Gluten-Free is going to make you cry gluten-free tears of relief.
This should be obvious by the title, but just in case clarity is in order, these ladies created a cookbook where every single recipe uses four ingredients or less, and now they’ve gone g-free. Simply the easiest gluten-free cookbook you’ll ever come across. So easy, in fact, my daughter made gluten-free meatloaf last night all by herself. (She also insisted that I let you all know that she had NO assistance from me. She’s prideful like that.)
Sure I like to bust out the stand mixer and kitchen shears from time to time, but I can’t do that kind of cooking every day. And if you can, I hate you. So having a cookbook handy that makes dinner redonkulously easy, makes me incredibly excited. See?
Because all you need to do for this gluten-free meatloaf recipe is mix together eggs, ground sirloin, gluten-free bread crumbs, and tomato paste. And any 6-year-old can handle that process. Although my girl did decide to add two extra ingredients; salt and pepper. For some reason my kids have been stoked to put salt and pepper on every plate of food that comes out in front of them. I think it’s the pepper grinder, which is a lot of fun if you think about it.
Anyhoo! Fast, easy, and totally gluten-free. And you guys — there are 400 more recipes in 4 Ingredients Gluten-Free you can also whip up in no time. Everything from Tandoori Lamb to Pears in Coffee Syrup. Which you know you’re going to get to, right after you eat up all your meatloaf.
Gluten-Free Quick Meatloaf
courtesy of 4 Ingredients Gluten-Free
1 pound ground sirloin
3 eggs, lightly beaten
3/4 cup GF bread crumbs
1/4 cup tomato paste
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Line a 9 by 5 by 3-inch loaf pan with parchment paper or foil.
2. In a large bowl, combine the beef, eggs, bread crumbs, and 3 tablespoons of the tomato paste. Put into the loaf pan.
3. Spread the remaining 1 tablespoon tomato paste on top of the meat loaf. Bake for 50 minutes, or until lightly browned on top.
Makes: 4 servings
How freaking easy is that?
Looks really yummy!
And E is the best!
And quite aggressive in the kitchen, I have to say.
I’m going to go check out that book. Fun stuff.
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Awesome news! I do like a simple recipe and as one who has made gf donuts where I felt like people needed to go through a screening process to be allowed to eat them, this sounds fantastic. Go E with the cooking. Perhaps she takes after her aunt in more than just the curly hair?
lol not so easy….i’m allergic to tomato, i’m out of gf bread, and the only breadcrumps that I can find, include potato(allergic) AND are nut/pnut contaminated lol.
Ummm, you should totally not eat meatloaf then. Yikes.
hehe i just modify it and make it rather like meatballs and use coconut aminos instead of tamari
Great job on this dish. This is one of my favorite dinner to have. The recipe is so simple too. If it is okay i would also like to share my recipes with your great followers. Its also really good http://linkprosperity.com/gluten-free-meatloaf-jpw . I also have many low carb and gluten free recipes. Thanks
Can anyone tell me- why do most meatloaf recipes include some sort of startch- whether bread, breadcrumbs, rice, oatmeal, cracker crumbs, etc.?
I make it without the bread , and it seems fine.
You know, Mikey. I’ve done it without bread before too and it was totally fine. Maybe this is a myth perpetuated by the bread industry. Or old Italian ladies.
Can i use glutino crackers instead of bread crumbs
I think that sounds like a great idea! Let me know how it turns out.
Done & yum!!!