Sorry, the pasta came out like glue and a waste to good meatballs.
I used a normal size jar of pasta sauce, 1 lb box of angel hair pasta, 1 small bag of Armour meatballs and 1 cup of water. At 2 hours on low the noodles were already sticking together but were a weird white color and chewy. By 3 hours, the whole meal is stuck together and it can't even be stirred without turning the meatballs into ground beef. It's pretty much just spaghetti paste.
Super easy and taste great.
I made this exactly as directed, on high for 2 hours, stir between. I found the spaghetti to have a kind of chewy texture. I used Barilla veggie spaghetti, but it has always had the same consistency as regular pasta. All in all, it was barely edible. Once my stove gets fixed, I'll be back to making spaghetti and meatballs the old fashioned way.
Genius! Who knew you could cook the noodles in the crockpot too!?! How easy! I followed exactly and it came out absolutely PERFECT! My little toddler wanted THREE helpings of it! The noodles come out super soft, which we personally love. This is a keeper! Thank you so much for sharing it!
Easy-Peasy! I used whole grain pasta, my fave sauce, and frozen meatballs. I did have trouble stirring halfway through; I used a 4-qt. Crock Pot. And some of the meatballs got too soft and broke apart. Anyway, this tasted deelish and worked out ga-reat for us. Thanx.
I couldn't believe you could make spaghetti in a crock pot, but you can! It came out great! I love that you literally just dump in three ingredients and a little water and dinner comes out great. Thanks! I'm making it again this week.
This method worked surprisingly well. I did use thin spaghetti to make sure the noodles would be nice and tender. I did need to add an additional 2 cups or so of sauce because it was a bit dry. I like that you can customize this with whatever herbs/spices and/or veggies you like. Mushrooms would be good. I'll have to do that sometime. Thanx!
Nothing better than coming home to dinner already made, and this one is delightfully easy!