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Stuffed Chicken Parmesan Meatloaf

Updated: Jun 22, 2020


This cheese stuffed chicken meatloaf is an unusual and simply delicious version of Chicken Parmesan. Made with a mixture of ground chicken, tomato sauce, Mozzerella and Parmesan cheese. Whether smoked or baked, it will be your new favorite recipe for meatloaf! Great for Keto diets.


  • 2 lbs ground chicken

  • 3/4 cup Panko bread crumbs (For gluten free, use xanthan gum)

  • 1/3 cup yellow onion, finely chopped

  • 2 TBSN garlic, minced

  • 2 eggs, beaten

  • 1 TBSN dried thyme

  • 2 TBSN minced parsley

  • 1 TBSN dried oregano

  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt

  • 1 1/2 cup preferred tomato sauce

  • 8 oz block of Mozzerella cheese

  • 8 oz grated Parmesan cheese

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Medium mixing bowl, mixing spoon, measuring spoons, aluminum foil, wax paper, measuring cups, sharp knife, rolling pin. Prep: 15 minutes prep Cook: 4 hours Ready: 4 hour 30 minutes Serves: l loaf


1. Slice mozzarella in half. Set aside and preheat oven at 375 deg F.


2. In a large bowl, combine ground chicken, Panko bread crumbs, chopped yellow onion, garlic, eggs, dried thyme, minced parsley, dried oregano, kosher salt, and grated Parmesan cheese. Mix ingredients in the bowl together until thoroughly combined.


3. Spoon less than half of the mixture on the bottom of a loaf pan. Spread out the ground chicken mixture evenly.


4. Spoon a thin layer of tomato paste in the center of the mixtur. Add the mozzarella halves on top leaving borders around it.


5. Spread a layer of tomato sauce on top of the cheese.

6. Completely cover the cheese and fill in the rest of the meatloaf.


8. Top with remaining tomato paste.

9. Place the meatloaf pan on high rack for 60 minutes.

10. Remove fully cooked meatloaf from the oven, allow it cool for 15 minutes, then remove from pan and cut into slices. Serve with sauce and additional Parmesan cheese if desired.



Calories: 471

Total Fat: 24.9 g

Saturated Fat: 9.0 g

Cholesterol: 187 mg

Sodium: 840 mg

Potassium: 389 mg

Total Carbohydrates: 24.8 g

Dietary Fiber: 0.6 g

Protein: 42.1 g

Sugars: 2 g


Chicken carries plentiful amounts of protein and a variety of beneficial vitamins and nutrients. Chicken is a great source of vitamin B, which consumed regularly can prevent stress, anxiety, memory-loss syndrome, and can balance cortisol hormones in your body. Moreover, it can improve concentration in children and adults alike. Many studies have revealed that vitamin B also maintains psychological health. Chicken has a high content of vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin K which contribute to producing red blood cells. When your body obtains the required amount of iron and vitamins, it can produce and balance red blood cells that will eventually deal with anemia. They also help to protect your eyes from weak vision as it is a powerhouse of, retinol, lycopene, alpha, and beta-carotene. The nutrients are essential to maintaining the overall health of your eyes. They regularly promote the growth of damaged cells and tissues effectively because they have a high content of riboflavin which is essential for normal healing of skin tissue. Your immune system requires adequate levels of protein; iron, magnesium, and potassium to function properly that are abundant in Chicken. These nutrients strengthen cells in your immune system, as well as your teeth and gums due to the high content of phosphorus. When you consume phosphorus regularly, it can alleviate factors that weaken your teeth and prevent gums bleeding as well. Chicken is a powerhouse of magnesium and phosphorus which are known to maintain cardiovascular health. They also contain plenty of nutrients that help relieve common cold and other illnesses associated with it such as a sore throat and congested nose.


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