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Perfect Meatloaf Pan Set: Does it Work?

If you struggle to make a meatloaf that stays together, or you are just tired of it sitting in all that grease, then the Perfect Meatloaf Pan Set may be for you, if it delivers as promised. It's a two-piece pan set designed to elevate your meatloaf and allow the grease to drip below.

The pan is deep and non-stick.  A metal aerated tray sits in the pan, allowing for the grease to drip through the holes and collect in the bottom of the pan as the meatloaf cooks.

The cool part about the Perfect Meatloaf Pan Set is that you can use your favorite meatloaf recipe as you normally would.  There are a few recipe ideas that come with the provided book, too.

See how it fares in our "Does it Work?" test by watching the video above. If you like what you see, the set costs about $15 and can be found at many local retailers.

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