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Yum, yum, yum! We all know the best part about visiting an IKEA store is that you get to have some of their tasty Swedish meatballs. I’m the lady who couldn’t care less about new furniture or kitchen cabinets – nope, you’ll find me right there, stuffing my face with the meatballs while everyone else is running around the store, finding great things that make their homes look beautifully designed and Scandinavian. Nothing wrong with that – in fact, my home could use some of that magic, too.
But when I get to IKEA, I just can’t help myself. It’s like the meatballs have a voice and they’re all calling for me! This recipe from Betty Crocker reminded me of one of my trips to IKEA and I was thrilled that I can now bring those flavors into my kitchen. Without having to drive to another city, I might add!
This Swedish meatball noodle bake is awesome – it’ll be ready in less than an hour and it makes 8 servings! That means it will easily feed even a larger family – or, you could double the ingredients and bake this in two dishes. The more, the better, if you ask me!
Recipe and image courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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Quick Tip: Use your favorite noodles instead of the ones mentioned in the recipe!