Possibly the world's most popular noodle, spaghetti is a delicious workhorse. We picked the simplest spaghetti casserole recipes for you, from bacon filled Rushin Spaghetti to several variations on Spaghetti Pie.
My kids just love this casserole and when they come home I have to promise to fix it for them.
This is a combination of meat sauce spaghetti made like lasagna. My kids love it and it is simpler than lasagna. So my son named it Easy Cheapy Quickie Spasagna. It also works well with macaroni or ziti. This recipe is perfect for vacuum packaging individual portions and freezing them for leftover night.
Kids love this cross between a spaghetti dinner & pizza. Filling goes along way and can be personalized any way you'd like.
This recipe was created for my wife who loves Cheddar's spasagna. We do not have a Cheddar's here, so I decided to improvise and try to recreate their spasagna. This recipe is pretty close to the real thing. Top each serving with 1/4 cup spaghetti sauce, Alfredo sauce, marinara, white wine sauce, or mushroom sauce.
This is a chicken Parmesan casserole-type dish with breaded chicken covered with sauce over a pile of spaghetti.
This casserole is layered with Italian sausage, ground beef, Velveeta(R) cheese and spaghetti. My grandchildren love this!
For no sauce and no meat, this baked spaghetti dish is pretty tasty! Filled with cottage and Cheddar cheese, a crispy Parmesan cheese crust tops it off.
Quick, Fast - Very simple to make. Thinking of this cheesy bacon combination is sure to make your mouth salivate.
The next time you go to make the same old ziti or lasagna, try this simple dish instead! Very kid-friendly. When making this meal for 2 people, put 1 pie into the freezer. To cook from frozen state, add 15 minutes to cook time.
Lasagna is delicious, but truly a chore to make. If you don't have time for the extended layering process that you'd typically leave to a stonemason, pinch hit this simpler solution.
Every bite full of tomato-y, chicken, cheesy goodness. Grifo's special lasagna gets a flavor boost from red wine and fresh thyme. Inspired by Grifo's "Grif's Old School Lasagna."
The best tetrazzini you'll ever make. Notes: I prefer the flat noodles Linguini or Fettuccini, but traditionally it's made with Spaghetti.
Be thankful for this way to resurrect cooked turkey into a great pasta casserole.