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Leftover Meatloaf Stromboli

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Trying to figure out what to make with all that leftover meatloaf?  You definitely need to try this Leftover Meatloaf Stromboli!

Got leftover meatloaf? Make a stromboli! The directions are super easy and your family will never know its made from leftovers!

 

I had some leftover Meatloaf Muffins in the freezer for a while. I needed to do something with the muffins before too much longer. As I contemplated what to make with my leftover meatloaf, I remembered I also had some refrigerated dough in the fridge.  I love to use crescent rolls, biscuits and pizza crust as the crust for different fillings.

I got a little creative and Leftover Meatloaf Stromboli was born!

Ingredients in Leftover Meatloaf Stromboli

  • Leftover meatloaf for filling (Sloppy Joe’s or taco meat would be good too)
  • 1 can of refrigerated pizza crust (or your favorite homemade crust,  Biscuits work too, it’s what I used, they are just a little harder to get rolled out.)
  • Ketchup
  • Shredded cheese
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Salt and pepper

Instructions:

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.  Unroll your pizza crust and using a rolling pin, roll out to an 8 by 12 rectangle on a lightly greased baking stone or cookie sheet.

Break up the meatloaf into small crumbles.  (I used my pastry blender) Mix in about 1/4 cup of Ketchup and several shakes of your Worcestershire sauce.

Spread the meat evenly across the crust like you would a pizza, top with cheese. (I added a few more squirts of ketchup.)

Starting from one end, roll up the crust like you would a taquito or jelly roll.

Pinch the edges to seal tight and place seam down on your pan.

(I didn’t put mine seam down and it burst open a little. No biggie…)

To ensure your dough is cooked all the way through, I recommended covering it with foil and baking for 25 minutes, then remove the foil and cook for another 5 to 15 minutes until a deep golden brown.  (I cut mine in the middle to check for doneness.)

Serve and enjoy!

 

Want more Stromboli ideas?  Be sure to check these out: Ham and Cheese Stromboli and Taco Stromboli.

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Got leftover meatloaf? Make a stromboli! The directions are super easy and your family will never know its made from leftovers!

Leftover Meatloaf Stromboli

  • Author: Jamie Sanders

Ingredients

  • Leftover meatloaf for filling (Sloppy Joe’s or taco meat would be good too)
  • 1 can of refrigerated pizza crust (or your favorite homemade crust,  Biscuits work too, it’s what I used, they are just a little harder to get rolled out.)
  • Ketchup
  • Shredded cheese
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Salt and pepper

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Unroll your pizza crust and using a rolling pin, roll out to an 8 by 12 rectangle on a lightly greased baking stone or cookie sheet.
  3. Break up the meatloaf into small crumbles.  (I used my pastry blender) Mix in about 1/4 cup of Ketchup and several shakes of your Worcestershire sauce.
  4. Spread the meat evenly across the crust like you would a pizza, top with cheese. (I added a few more squirts of ketchup.)
  5. Starting from one end, roll up the crust like you would a taquito or jelly roll.
  6. Pinch the edges to seal tight and place seam down on your pan. (I didn’t put mine seam down and it burst open a little. No biggie, still tasted good.)
  7. To ensure your dough is cooked all the way through, I recommended covering it with foil and baking for 25 minutes, then remove the foil and cook for another 5 to 15 minutes until a deep golden brown.
  8. Cut in the middle to test dough doneness. If your Stromboli needs more time, recover with foil and cook another 5 or so minutes as needed.

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18 Comments

  1. I sprayed the pan with cooking spray. My pizza dough stuck as I was rolling the Stromboli. I had to get another pan and I put oil on it.

  2. Reagan Harbour says:

    Would mayo be good; Instead of ketchup? Turn it into a Philly cheesesteak vibe ?

  3. Would crescent rolls work?

      1. I just tried this with Cresent rolls. OH MY GOSH….to die for. I will never look at left over meatloaf the same. Yum❤

    1. Hmm… sorry about that. More cheese might help?

  4. Just what I needed for my leftover meatloaf from 2 days ago. Now I know what's for dinner 🙂

  5. this could be made into empanadas also; very tasty. sorry someone pinched your recipe!

  6. Holy stromboli! That looks delicious. Almost worth purposely making leftover meat to make it with. 😉

  7. Thanks for stopping in to show off your creative recipe for leftovers at These Chicks Cook. Hope you can come back by and share another recipe Wednesday. Have a wonderful week 🙂
    Katie

  8. Oh my..thank you for sharing.This is such a treat.I will grab your recipe and make one at home.

  9. I bet this is delicious! Thanks for visiting and your very nice comments!

  10. What a creative way to use up those leftovers. My family would gobble that up in a heartbeat. I'd love for you to come by and show off your stromboli at These Chicks Cooked Recipe Spotlight. Have a blessed day 🙂
    Katie