Crock Pot Spaghetti

"Great super easy recipe! Very moist, tasty and usually gets many raves. I fixed this and brought it to work and got requests from everyone for the recipe! Very easy to double."
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Ready In:
6hrs 10mins




  • Brown beef and place in crockpot.
  • Add all remaining ingredients except spaghetti and stir well.
  • Cover and cook on low heat for 6-8 hours.
  • Turn to high the last hour and stir in spaghetti.

Questions & Replies

  1. If cooked in my crockpot doesn't water have to boil for spagetti noodles


  1. I didn't want to rate this because I can see how it would be very appealing if you have certain tastes. However, my husband and I love our italian food and prefer more authentic preperation methods for spaghetti. I thought I would give this a shot because it seemed so easy and I love crock pot recipes but it just wasn't our tastes (my kids loved it). I followed the recipe exactly, it was a little sticky and low on flavor for our liking and was definately not saucy enough. This was a very "stick to your ribs" kind of meal with lots of meat. The flavor was okay but very different. So, if your looking for an authentic spaghetti this probably isn't a good recipe for you. If your looking for an easy filling recipe that's a little different this is a good fit.
  2. This was disgusting-not the flavor of the sauce, I did my own seasoning, but the noodles were like eating glue. I added water repeatedly, trying to thin it out but it was the noodles themselves that I couldnt stand. They were thick (and I used angel hair pasta) and just...gross. I had three bites and couldnt even bring myself to eat it.
  3. Yummy and easy to make. I halved the salt because it seemed like too much but next time I won't because it needs the full amount. I added a chopped green pepper because I had to use it up. I also topped my plate with some crumbled cheddar and it was great. I loved the fact that I did not need to precook the pasta.
  4. I tried this recipe today and it was great!!! Will be cooking this one again....
  5. e a new profile as my original was a Zarr account using an old email. This is a great potluck recipe! It does not turn to mush as some suggested could happen! I have since used linguine and that was also a great dish


  1. Everyone in the family loved this. I used salad macaroni instead of spaghetti pasta to make it easier for little ones to eat. I also used fresh mushrooms and a little bit of red wine. It turned out outstanding and smelled great in the house too. Thanks Beth.
  2. I fixed this over the weekend and it was a hit! I doubled the recipe, and used 2 cans of tomato soup instead of the juice. I did add extra garlic, oregano and 1/4 cup of grated parmesan cheese. It was super! A definite remake!!!
  3. I made this in a roaster-sized crockpot, and doubled the recipe. It was easy to prepare, and everyone enjoyed it. Instead of the tomato juice, I used crushed tomatoes, and I added a couple of tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce. I think the spaghetti absorbed a lot of the moisture, so next time, I think I'll add a little bit of boiling water when I add the pasta.


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