Keto Smoked meatloaf with a Smokey Chipotle Glaze

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Busy with a few things today but prepped these last night. Tossed in the Smokin Tex at 250F with a few chunks of apple wood. Meatloaf recipe here in older post of mine https://www.smokingmeatforums.com/threads/my-turn-for-meatloaf-keto-friendly.320702/ I noticed it was a bit wetter this time so had to take increase the almond flour by a cup. I think it's because I did the onion and bell pepper in a food processor instead of hand chopping. Made for a fair amount of extra liquid. As usual the glaze was a wing it of sugar free ketchup, ACV, garlic, onion and chipotle powder, a little tomato paste leftover fruit n the meatloaf and S&P. Two loaves done in a few hours. One going to a generous acquaintance who likes my cooking and one for me. Happy with yh results although I wish I had glazed a bit earlier for a better set on the glaze. Thanks for looking.
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Wonderful as always Jeff. Nice and plump

Smoked meatloaf what is not to love, I agree with the power chop of the onions and peppers, little extra liquid.

And oh so nice of you to share, You must have misplaced my address. :emoji_laughing:

David
 
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Wonderful as always Jeff. Nice and plump

Smoked meatloaf what is not to love, I agree with the power chop of the onions and peppers, little extra liquid.

And oh so nice of you to share, You must have misplaced my address. :emoji_laughing:

David
Thanks David! Yea they were plump for sure. Each had a finish weight of 3 3/4 lbs.
 
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Looks great Jeff and love the flavor combo and color!

Keith
Thanks Keith. I tell you what, it's amazing how much smoke flavor they took on in the Smokin Tex with just two little chunks of wood.
 
Busy with a few things today but prepped these last night. Tossed in the Smokin Tex at 250F with a few chunks of apple wood. Meatloaf recipe here in older post of mine https://www.smokingmeatforums.com/threads/my-turn-for-meatloaf-keto-friendly.320702/ I noticed it was a bit wetter this time so had to take increase the almond flour by a cup. I think it's because I did the onion and bell pepper in a food processor instead of hand chopping. Made for a fair amount of extra liquid. As usual the glaze was a wing it of sugar free ketchup, ACV, garlic, onion and chipotle powder, a little tomato paste leftover fruit n the meatloaf and S&P. Two loaves done in a few hours. One going to a generous acquaintance who likes my cooking and one for me. Happy with yh results although I wish I had glazed a bit earlier for a better set on the glaze. Thanks for looking. View attachment 694316 View attachment 694317

Mmm we love smoked meatloaf! Yours looks terrific Jeff - nicely done sir! It's been too long since I did the last meatloaf...thanks for reminding me that I need to another very soon!

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Those look great Jeff, and thanks for reminding me I need to replenish my stash of loafs.

Point for sure
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Mmm we love smoked meatloaf! Yours looks terrific Jeff - nicely done sir! It's been too long since I did the last meatloaf...thanks for reminding me that I need to another very soon!

Red
Thanks Red! I sold one of these to a friend, wish I'd have made 3 or 4 so I could have froze some. Next time!

Those look great Jeff, and thanks for reminding me I need to replenish my stash of loafs.

Point for sure
Chris
Thanks Chris. I need to do enough to freeze next time

Meatloaf perfection right there, Jeff. Excellent!!
Thanks!
 
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