Before you know it, those cool fall nights will gave way to frigid winter nights.
And what better way to find comfort from the cold, than with a hearty home-cooked meal.
Meatloaf is not always the easiest dish to make because it can often fall apart in the pan and soak in a bunch of grease.
Now, the "Perfect Meatloaf Pan" promises perfect meatloaf every time.
But would the Perfect Meatloaf Pan pass our As Seen on TV test?
It is a non-stick pan. Interestingly enough, they want you to put non-stick spray or vegetable oil before you use it. We have our meatloaf ready to go. You just pop it in like so.
The tray supposedly elevates the meal, so heat circulates underneath and meatloaf and cooks it evenly.
So we put it in our oven which is pre-heated at 350 degrees.
We take it out of the oven after an hour. It smells good, it looks good, we lift it and it slides off. If I say so myself, it is a magnificent looking meatloaf. As you can see, the grease and the fat are not on the meatloaf, but on the bottom of the pan.
It looks pretty good: juicy, succulent but not greasy. So, if you are really into meatloaf and you like to make it often I would certainly recommend the Perfect Meatloaf Pan and it gets the thumbs up.
The Perfect Meatloaf Pan is dishwasher safe.
I paid fifteen dollars for mine at Walgreens.