Frequently Asked Questions
About Our Blog
Can I Post Your Photos and/or Recipes on My Blog or Social Media Account?
All of the photos on Meatloaf.pro are copyrighted, but we will allow you to post them if you link to our original recipe. You may not repost our recipes verbatim. To learn more, please check out our recipe and photo use policies.
Can I Include Your Photo in a Roundup Post on My Blog?
Absolutely! We don’t mind if you use one of our photos in a blog post, as long as you include a link back to the recipe. But please do not post the actual instructions or ingredient list on your blog.
I Posted a Comment on a Recipe, but I Don’t See it: Why?
Our goal is to read all of the comments that people leave us and to respond quickly, but that isn’t always possible. That’s especially true since we need to hold comments for moderation to filter out comments that are derogatory, spam, or promotional.
Do You Accept Guest Posts?
We do not accept guest posts on Meatloaf.pro. If this changes in the future, we’ll update our policy here.
Do You Allow Sponsored Posts or Promote Brands You Like?
Yes! As people always looking to improve the quality of our meatloaf recipes, we’re always on the lookout for new products that we can share with our readers. We always test products first before we share them with our audience so we can be sure of their quality, but note that we have no plans to post product reviews.
How Can I Get All of Your Recipes When You Post Them?
When you subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of the page, every new recipe will be sent right to your inbox! New recipes, ideas, cooking tips, and more are sent every week. Don’t forget to confirm your email address once you’ve signed up!
I Want to Start a Blog: Can You Help Me?
While we may not be able to specifically help you get started, we’ve posted some information that you may find useful. We’ve created tips for using Pinterest and other social media platforms to draw attention to your blog as well as answers to common questions people have when they first start blogging. If you still have questions, feel free to email us and we’ll do our best to help you.
About Our Recipes
How Can I Print Out a Recipe?
Right above the ingredient list, you should see a print button. All you have to do is click it and the recipe should print from whatever printer your computer is hooked up to!
When I Tried One of Your Recipes, it Didn’t Come Out Right: What Did I Do Wrong?
Since we weren’t watching you while you tried the recipe, we have no way to know exactly what went wrong. But there are a few steps you can take to try to figure out the problem and prevent it from happening in the future:
- Check the list of ingredients and the steps to make the recipe to make sure that you didn’t skip anything.
- If you made any substitutions, don’t: It’s always best to make a recipe as is the first time, then try fiddling with the recipe the next time if you want to.
- Read the comments. Sometimes, our readers will have added tips based on their experience with that recipe.
- If you still can’t figure out what happened, leave a comment on the recipe for us. We’ll try to figure out why the recipe didn’t work when you tried it. And in the meantime, other readers may see your comment and have their own ideas to help you.
Can I Substitute [Different Ingredient] for [Ingredient in the Recipe]?
If we didn’t note a substitution in the recipe, we probably haven’t tried it, so we can’t say for sure if it will work. But just because we haven’t tried it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t. We do recommend that you always start by following the directions as written, but next time, feel free to try your substitution idea. If it works, leave a comment on the recipe to share your discovery with our other readers!
Why Did You Put [Ingredient] in Your Recipe? It Might Include Unhealthy Chemicals!
We aim to provide a variety of recipes that fit different dietary preferences, meaning that not all of our recipes are 100% scratch-made. For some people, packaged items and boxed mixes work best for their lifestyle. If the ingredients in any given recipe don’t suit your preferences, we invite you to check our full index of recipes and search for the ones that do.
Where Can I Get Nutrition Information for Your Recipes?
We do our best to provide nutritional information on each of our meatloaf recipes, but please keep in mind that they are only estimates, as different brands and cooking methods may change the outcome. We are not medical experts and do not claim to be, so any content found on Meatloaf.pro should not be taken as medical advice. You might want to use a nutritional calculator to get more specific data; we recommend CalorieKing.com, which is really easy to use.