Most kids love spaghetti and meatballs, of course. But there are so many spaghetti recipes to try that go beyond the basics. This collection features the classic recipes using spaghetti, plus some new ways to enjoy this popular pasta.
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This is a classic spaghetti and meatballs recipe, with homemade meatballs and homemade spaghetti sauce. Top with grated Parmesan cheese and finely-chopped parsley.
This easy, five-ingredient spaghetti recipe is sure to become one of your family's favorites. It even has a hidden vegetable in it -- pureed butternut squash. The kids probably won't even taste it; it just lends a subtle sweetness and a little nutritional boost to this recipe.
This recipe is so simple, the kids could make it. That's because you don't even need to boil water to make this casserole. Just mix everything together, and bake until bubbly. You can really use any type of chicken for this dish - leftover grilled chicken or rotisserie chicken are great choices.
Got leftover roast turkey from Thanksgiving? Turn it into this rich and cheesy casserole. This recipe is a classic, and it works great with leftover cooked chicken or rotisserie chicken, too.
You can throw together this spaghetti pizza recipe in just 20 minutes (not including cooking time) with ingredients you likely already have in your pantry. Top with anything you'd put on a pizza, from pepperoni to mushrooms, black olives, green peppers, even ham and pineapple.
Jumbo shrimp is tossed with spaghetti in a light lemon butter sauce in this quick and easy recipe. This is one of my kids' favorite recipes - and one of my favorite ways to enjoy spaghetti. Stock up on frozen shrimp when it's on sale, so you can make this recipe whenever you like.
One dish meals don't get much easier than this spaghetti casserole recipe. Feel free to use your own spaghetti sauce if you prefer. But a good-quality jarred spaghetti sauce works fine, too. To jazz up this recipe, try using smoked mozzarella cheese. It lends a subtly rich flavor to this casserole.
This Asian spaghetti recipe is a hit with kids and adults alike. Everyone seems to enjoy the sweet-salty flavor combination of the sauce. Add some cooked chicken, and you've got a quick and easy one-dish meal.