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Meaty "cinnamon rolls" with bacon

 
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Alright, so while they may not look like cinnamon rolls, they are inCREDibly delicious!!

It is an herby-oniony meatloaf rolled with cinnamon-clove-nutmeg-ketchupy bacon, topped with a mayo-lemon-maple-cinnamon "icing."
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Here are the ingredients to play with for the "rolls."
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First, I mix the meatloaf ingredients: 1 lb ground beef, a good squirt (1/8 cup or so) of ketchup, herbs and ground pepper (I use plenty of sage and rosemary, sometimes thyme), and about 1/4 cup potato flakes.
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I then add 1 fried-carmelized onion - in butter of course And mix.
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On the side, I mix together a good squirt of ketchup (1/8 cup or so), and at least a teaspoon each of cloves, nutmeg, and cinnamon. I do a little extra cinnamon.
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Here it is mixed:
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Next, I lay a strip of bacon on the cooking sheet, and smooth a layer of the ketchupy mixture across it.
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Next, mold some meatloaf meat in a strip on top of the bacon, and roll under like so:
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Roll #1. 1 lb meat should make about 9 rolls. And feel free to top off any rolls with extra ketchup sauce that may be leftover when you're done.
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Here they are cooked. Not too pretty but delicious.
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Here are the ingredients for the "icing."
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It is mostly mayo. I use about 1/2 cup mayo, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, and 1 teaspoon or less of maple syrup and cinnamon.
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Mix, and drizzle on rolls. Enjoy!
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mmmmmm

I never imagined one could violate so many diets in one snack

I WANT!
 
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Why did I not see this before?? Great competition for the meatloaf cake for my son's next birthday. Mm-hmm.

See the meatloaf cake posted by Ken Peavey in the "piecaken" (Paul - I saw this and thought of you) thread:



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