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There are many recipes for baked spaghetti but I do declare that I’ve stumbled upon the perfect one.
In fact, this scrumptious baked spaghetti recipe won a Blue Ribbon award over at my mom’s church. In order to win this award, you have to have your recipe make it through the test kitchen and that isn’t something that is easy to do. So, I can boldly say with all confidence that this baked spaghetti recipe is amazeballs. I hope you give it a try, sooner rather than later. Your family and friends will love it. This recipe is definitely potluck dinner worthy.
This is one of those casseroles that you can eat time and time again without tiring of it. I am 100% thrilled with this recipe and how easy it is to follow! My husband and kids gobbled this stuff up like nobody’s business.
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Quick Tip: This recipe is very easy to make, freeze, and eat on a busy day.