You can almost certainly use a custom template to accomplish your goal. Give it a try and see!
I. Creating the new custom template
II. Creating the button that spins up this new template
None of the answers here are directly addressing your problem, key to which is the fact that the Meeting notes blueprint includes additional functionality that cannot be duplicated in a Template, namely:
My guess is that OP is looking to create a new Blueprint for specific Meeting notes which they don't want to appear in the standard Meeting Notes Report page included in the Meeting Notes Blueprint, nor do they want to customize the Blueprint (removing the standard functionality for all other types of Meeting notes created in that space).
Frankly, this is something that should be part of vanilla Confluence. A 3rd-party Blueprint Editor (which exists, and works), shouldn't be necessary in order to do this.
Right now you have a few options
1. You can modify the existing blueprint. This is done by going into Create > (in the footer click configure what appears here) and edit the Blueprint tempalte. This means, hwoever you only have one meeting note in the space.
2. Just create a new template (Go into Space admin > tempaltes) and create an additonal meeting notes tempaltes
However, I think ultimatly you are after this feature request: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-29499 which would enable you to create different "sets" of meeting notes in each space.
Im also looking for this, a way to make small adjustments in the default blueprints to match our workplace better.
By making things auto-generated, people will not be able to create meetings and other sites in the wrong way. I'm currently looking for a way to add a Heading to my Template, for example "Meeting notes - My Team 2020-xx-xx" but seems like I will have to leave that for now.
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