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I don’t know about you folks, but I am a fan of everything spaghetti. Noodles and sauce with a fine dusting of grated parmesan cheese is one of my favorite meals. However, my dear husband does not feel the same sentiments. He claims his mother made spaghetti constantly when he was a child and he is experiencing spaghetti burnout. So, I had to get creative to come up with a solution that would make us both happy. That is when I stumbled upon this baked spaghetti and cream cheese recipe. Wow! This is a real mind blower, people!
I didn’t think spaghetti could ever be any better until I found this recipe. To make matters even more awesome, my husband is a HUGE fan of this spaghetti bake. He loves the cream cheese mixture that is baked inside of it. My husband and kids really love this recipe and have requested it time and time again. Needless to say, baked cheesy spaghetti is a keeper in our household.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Group Recipes.
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