Tom’s Beefy Loaf

mmmMMM! What a treat I have for you my friends. Tom’s Beefy Loaf. Beefy Loaf is one of my favourite homemade dinners. It combines some of my favouritest ingredients – beefy, eggy, veggies, herbs, lentils and oats to make a very nutritious and super tasty dinner. Yummy.

Here’s Tom’s Beefy Loaf recipe for you to enjoy too …

What you need to make Tom’s Beefy Loaf …

  • A large mixing bowl
  • Some baking tins – we upcycle the ones the mummy and daddy get when they buy the 2 dine for £10 with a bottle of wine from a well known supermarket. We also have a posh one which the mummy uses for photographs.
  • 1kg minced steak
  • 100g liver diced small
  • 2 eggs
  • 400g seasonal veg grated or finely chopped (we used carrot, green beans and kale)
  • 1 can green lentils
  • 100g pinhead oatmeal or porridge oats. Gluten free? Easy peasy – use gluten free porridge oats or leave out the oats.
  • Fresh herbs

Tom's Beefy Loaf ingredients

How to make Tom’s Beefy Loaf …

Put all the ingredients in a big mixing bowl and mix by paw until everything is combined.

Brush a little bit of oil in the baking tins.

Fill the baking tins with the beefy loaf mixture based on your dinner portions. We put 600g into each tin because Tillie gets 165g (she’s small) and I get 400g (I’m BIG) with a little bit leftover which the mummy usually eats.

Cover the beefy loaf tins with tinfoil and either put in the fridge if eating soon (highly recommended) or freeze for another day (also recommended).

Bake the Beefy Load in an oven preheated to 180C for 30 minutes with the foil on and then 10 minutes with the foil off, or until everything is cooked through and the Beefy Loaf is sizzling slightly.

Leave the Beefy Loaf to cool a little.

Serve warm either cut into cubes like I have it, or mashed up like Tillie has it.

Spoil yourself by pouring over a little warmed bone broth for an extra special Beefy Loaf dinner.


Beefy loaf in the upcycled 2 dine for £10 (with a bottle of wine) tin, with a parsley garnish …

Tom's Beefy loaf in an upcycled tin

Beefy loaf in a posh tin without the parsley garnish (it fell off and I ate it. Well, it got stuck in my chops so apparently I looked like Ermintrude) …

Tom's Beefy loaf in a posh tin

Cooked beefy loaf (in the posh tin). The mummy forgot the parsley garnish. Woopsadaisy …

Cooked Beefy Loaf

Me and Tillie waiting for our Beefy Loaf dinner …

Waiting for our beefy loaf dinner

Me eating my Beefy Loaf dinner …

Me eating my Beefy Loaf dinner

We have also created a very yummy variations to the original Beefy Loaf recipe …

Add 1 can of sardines and / or 1 can mackerel to make Surfy Turfy Beefy Loaf. YUMMY!

There we go my friends. Tom’s Beefy Loaf. TOM LOVES BEEFY LOAF. I hope you love it too.


Tom x

A little note …

Tillie and Tom have no sensitivities to any of the ingredients used in this recipe. All the ingredients we use are the same as what the humans eat. Yummy.

Feeding quanitities …

Tillie and Tom love their home cooked food and as a guideline they are fed 2 – 3% of their bodyweight per day, including treats.

For example, Tillie weighs 13kg and is at her ideal weight. She is very active so is fed 3% of her bodyweight per day which is 390g, made up of 165g for breakfast, 165g for dinner and 60g fed as a light lunch and treats.


Dreaming of owning a bakery shop where everybody buys cookies. For me.

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