2CupsOld Fashioned Oats or Gluten-Free Old Fashioned Oats
3PoundsPeeled PotatoesRusset or Yellow
1CupCream1/2 and 1/2
1TspGarlic Salt or to Taste
In a large bowl, combine all ingredients for the meatloaf.
Spray a sheet of foil with non-stick cooking spray, shape the meatloaf and place on the foil.
Set aside and wash hands, then cut the potatoes into quarters.
Place the potatoes in the bottom of the Ninja Foodi with 1 Cup of water.
Place the rack inside the foodi where it extends up to the top of the pot.
Place the meatloaf on the rack.
Set to pressure cook on high for 25 minutes.
While this is cooking, prepare the sauce by combining all ingredients in a small saucepan on medium heat.
Whisk it until the sugar has dissolved and set aside.
Quick-release the pressure.
Carefully remove the rack with the meatloaf on it and set aside.
Carefully remove the pot and pour the potatoes into a large bowl.
Add the rack back into the foodi; however, this time place the rack where it's low in the pot.
This can be done by simply changing the handles on the side, flip them the other way.
Pour the corn onto a sheet of foil with the sides up.
Add the butter on top of the corn.
Place the meatloaf and corn on the rack in the foodi. (Note - this fits if you do 2 pounds or less of ground beef. I have found if I do any more than this it will not fit as well next to it. If that happens, I go ahead and microwave the corn or put the corn in at the end when I take the meatloaf out.)
Coat the meatloaf with the sauce.
Place the foodi on broil for 5 minutes at 450 degrees.
Open and stir up the corn.
Broil an additional 5 minutes.
While this is broiling, mash the potatoes with a hand masher and stir in the remaining ingredients.
Add additional salt to taste if needed.
Remove the meatloaf and corn.
If you prefer, you can use marinara sauce and skip the sauce steps. The mashed potatoes are adapted from Food Network. Regarding the Corn - the corn fits if you do 2 pounds or less of ground beef. I have found if I do any more than this it will not fit as well next to it. If that happens, I go ahead and microwave the corn or put the corn in at the end when I take the meatloaf out.