Great supper! My ds made this for supper and we all loved it! The only change we made was using peas instead of spinach (out of spinach) and used only 1/2 of the cream cheese suggested (again all I hand on hand). I think the leftovers will be great for lunches! Thanks for sharing!
Even better reheated the second day! I used a bag of fresh spinach rather than frozen. I just chopped it and let it wilt in the pan while the sauce simmered. I love recipes like this that are open to interpretation - you can spice it up or not. We did Italian seasoning rather than cajun.
Honestly, I wish that I could give this more stars. I did not use the creole seasoning. I had a five cheese "Italian" combination which was used in the crust and on top. The flavors blend so nicely. Thanks for posting; off to eat more.
Me and my youngest son liked this but hubby and my oldest didn't. I didn't bake the spaghetti as in step 4 but followed everything else.
We love this!!! Some dicey weather caused me to have to go with what I have in the house, so I had to make some substitutions. Very delicious!
Hey LonghornMama, Happened upon this recipe and tried it last night. It was delicious and pretty easy to assemble. I used ground turkey and whole wheat pasta and it was wonderful. Full of flavor and very yummy. The kids loved it...thanks.
I made this recipe as a take-home meal for my DS, he really enjoyed this, it's a wonderful recipe! thanks for posting LHM...Kitten:)
DELICIOUS! My whole family loved this recipe! Even my picky 9 year old! It only took me one hour from start to finish... I used fresh pasta noodles(from the store), and I added an extra TBS of half & half. My hubby likes it more than my lasagna; and that says A LOT!! Will use this over and over again! And will definitely pass on to family and friends! KUDOS to you LonghornMama!
DH requested spaghetti for dinner just as I was browsing recipes. At the time, I wasn't exactly in the mood for spaghetti and meatballs, and this recipe looked like it might just please us both. I must say this is exactly the opposite of recipes that I tend to make, but this one made won my heart. The final "pie" has a density to it that resembles lasagne. It is even better the next day once all of the flavors have a chance to mesh. Thank you Loghorn Mama for sharing the recipe.