Optional: Onions for eyesnose, and teeth if you are not using a skull cake pan
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Add the raw ground beef to a large mixing bowl. Crumble the ground beef with your hands to break it up.
Add the eggs, parmesan cheese, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, Sriracha sauce, Pork Panko, salt and pepper to the ground beef. Use your hands to incorporate all the ingredients together until it's well combined. I like to wear gloves when I do this.
Place the mixture into the Skull Cake Pan all the way to the top. Spread half of the barbecue sauce over the top of the meatloaf and bake it at 350 degrees for about 35 to 40 minutes. If you are using the garlic bulbs for eyes, you will place them in the oven the same time as described above in this post.
Put the Skull cake pan on top of a large baking sheet. This way if any oil spills over the baking sheet will catch any excess spillage. I also line the bottom of my oven with a sheet of aluminium foil just in case. This helps for easy cleanup when it's time to clean your oven.
Once the meatloaf is done, add the remaining barbecue sauce to the meatloaf and bake it for about 5 more minutes. Remove it from the oven and set it out to cool slightly before serving. Remove the garlic bulbs from the oven too.
Turn the meatloaf upside down on a baking sheet and place the roasted garlic bulbs in the eye sockets. If you are displaying this meatloaf at a party, you can place it on top of a bed of lettuce leaves too.
We used extra eggs in this recipe so it would help to hold the shape of the skull nice and secure without it falling apart. If you decide to use less eggs, the skull might not hold up as well as seen in our photos. The taste of this was amazing!!Free Form Skull: If you don't have the skull cake pan, you can free form the skull in a baking dish as seen in our photos. Is does fall slightly but you can still tell it's a skull. Place onions for the eyes, nose, and teeth!