8 Reviews

Do you have picky kids that are hard to please? Then bookmark this recipe! Kids enjoy making this as much as eating it. (Grownups love it too!)

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Mimi Bobeck January 02, 2003

Thanks so much for daring me to make this! This dish was enjoyed by everyone in the family, even my 3 yr old (who eats almost nothing). I did make a couple of additions - a can of mushrooms and some minced garlic. I think next time I make this, I'll also add in some pepperoni. I couldn't find plain mozzarella at the grocery store, so I bought a cheddar/mozzarella blend. To accompany this recipe, I served a simple salad and rolls. My whole family thanks you for a great recipe!

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Dreamgoddess July 10, 2003

I made this the other night in order to clear out the fridge. I was pleasantly surprised at how good it was since I was a little sceptical going in. I added some dried basil & oregano & used 1 whole, small onion to the meat layer to give it some extra flavor, used whole wheat spaghetti & added some mushrooms in place of the green pepper. Very family friendly, versatile & easy to prepare.

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deepfreeze August 27, 2008

Very tasty! Easy to make! I used a round casserole dish - worked perfectly. I also used italian-seasoned breadcrumbs and substituted the green peppers with pepperoni! This definately goes into my recipe box!

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just Stacey February 24, 2007

Very good and different! My husband called it his favorite.

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Crystal W December 08, 2006

This spaghetti dish was so easy to prepare and my family really enjoyed it. It's a definite kid-pleaser! The meat had a slight sweetness to it and I'm not sure if it was from the breadcrumbs or the evaporated milk. A nice addition next time might be to add some pepperoni to the top. Thanks ReeLani for sharing your recipe!

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Kim D. September 19, 2005

This is great! I didn't have evap milk, so used less than 1/2 cup of skim milk and used Italian seasoned bread crumbs instead of plain. Also added a dash of garlic to the noodle/egg mixture and omitted green bell pepper on top. I don't have a pie plate, so baked it in a square casserole dish...worked perfectly!

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ashley dixon May 11, 2005

Wow! I'm eating this right now... amazing! It's just such a brilliant idea! I made a few changes though. I used just abit more parmigiano reggiano, and I grated some Swiss Emmental into the spaghetti mixture, to give it a sharper edge. Oh, I also added some cabanossi, as that's a meat I usually add to my pizzas. Sorry, another change, I used Cream instead of Evaporated milk, because I was unable to find any at the supermarket. But yes, a great idea. Serves about 6 I'd say. IF you have any leftovers (and I emphasise the word "IF"), this would be great in a sandwich instead of the infamous meatball sub.

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Kepa April 21, 2005
Pizza Spaghetti Pie