I got this recipe off the back of a box of Uncle Ben's stuffing mix about 15 years ago. I never looked at another meatloaf recipe again.
1 container ground beef approx 1lb (it's okay if it's more but not less)
1 box stuffing mix - the brand doesn't matter but I've found the varieties with separate spice packets are more flavourful.
Milk to soften the stuffing mix
2 tsp (approx) Worcestershire Sauce
1 cup ketchup (anything tomato-y works...I've used salsa and BBQ sauce too)
Enough mustard to turn the ketchup orange. Type of mustard doesn't matter...I've used regular, Dijon etc.
1/4 to 1/2 cup brown sugar
In a bowl combine the stuffing mix with enough milk to soften them. Add the egg and Worcestershire Sauce. Mix. Either by hand or with a potato masher [sounds crazy I know, but it works] mix in the ground beef.
Press the mixture into a glass pie plate.
In a separate bowl, mix the ketchup, mustard and brown sugar. Hubby likes it when I leave brown sugar lumps because it makes the sauce caramel-y. Spread over the meatloaf.
Cook in a 350*F oven for 35 - 40 minutes.
I'd post a picture, but there's never enough of it left to snap a picture of!!