*FTC Disclaimer: This ketchup was sent to me free for my consideration. This is a sponsored post. As always, all opinions are my own.*
I am so excited to be bringing this post to you today and to let you know about the new sugar-free, gluten-free ketchup from one of my favorite low carb brands, G Hughes Sugar Free. I have included their BBQ sauce in many of the grocery hauls I’ve posted to my Instagram account for years, and included it in my recipe for BBQ chicken wings earlier this year. They recently launched their brand new ketchup and I thought what better way to use it than to make some meatloaf, cheeseburger style! These would be perfect for summer parties as a low carb-friendly option for guests. As a special 2-in-1 recipe today, I also wanted to show you how to whip up a quick and easy tangy dipping sauce that would be perfect on the meatloaves or with my crispy zucchini fries as a side dish.
In a large mixing bowl I combined the yellow onion and pork rinds with the ground beef, egg, ketchup, salt, pepper, and garlic powder. I used my hands to make sure the ingredients were evenly distributed throughout the beef. If you find your mixture is not holding together, add another egg.
While the meatloaves were baking, I sliced the cheese into thin slices. I topped each meatloaf with the cheddar jack and returned them to the oven for 3 minutes so the cheese could melt. I like to garnish each meatloaf with ketchup, mustard, and a slice of pickle, but you could also add some bacon or grilled onions or any other of your favorite cheeseburger toppings! The G Hughes sugar-free ketchup tastes just as good, if not better, than traditional ketchup you’d find at the store. I love that there’s an option available to us low carbers that tastes great and keeps us on track!
To make the tangy dipping sauce, I combined mayo, ketchup, horseradish mustard, salt, and pepper into a small dish and stirred until combined. Be sure to refrigerate for at least an hour before serving. This is great on the meatloaves themselves, too, as it adds a nice kick from the horseradish and tang from the ketchup.
Thank you so much to G Hughes Sugar Free for providing the ketchup for this recipe, and for making delicious products that are perfect for people who follow a low carb diet. I hope the brand continues to expand into other sauces in the future; I am still waiting for the perfect sugar-free Asian and enchilada sauces to hit the market (hint hint, G Hughes). Look for the ketchup and BBQ sauces at your local grocery store, and be sure to check out their Instagram (@ghughessugarfree) and Facebook page (G Hughes Sugar Free) for more information!