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This recipe takes the concept of spaghetti on toast and turns it into little pies that little fingers and mouths won’t be able to resist.
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Normally I shudder at spaghetti or baked bean recipes, but this one is FANTASTIC. My son loves these things, and they're really simple & quick to make.
Hi. Do you drain the spaghetti first?
I lost count of the amount of times I've made these! they are perfect snacks for when you don't want a full dinner. Or lunch.
If you haven't got a lot of bread on hand, this recipe also converts to a 'big serve' quick fix. Line an oven proof dish with the bread & add some cooked leftover veg e.g. silverbeet, pumpkin, plus finely chopped fresh or fried onion, then put the spaghetti etc on top.
These bread cases are great with a variety of fillings if you don't like spaghetti, try creamed sweetcorn etc. (even if you're a big kid like my husband!) Liz
Lovely snack for the kids. Spaghetti and cheese is always a favourite with my kids.
My kids loved making these for lunch on a Sunday and they taste great.
These where brilliant for little people! And grown ups when ya bored of just spaghetti on toast! :)
These are lovely to make with the kids and you can add extra stuff to make more interesting
i really enjoyed making them,they r really good for family snacks
this recipe is great for the kids afternoon snacks, fast and easy to make love it, and would also recommend it for the kids birthday parties.
had it for lunch today and going to tomorrow!
quick and easy, yum too
Great for a snack watching a movie my daughter loves them.
Simple to make and the kids loved them.
what a great idea my daughter loves it!!!
looks awesome cant wait to try it out!!:)
My children loved helping to make these for lunch one day which added to the enjoyment of eating them when they were ready.
great taste easy to make my cousin went wild she loved them.
My mum made these for me when I was litle, now my 8 year old loves them! Quick, easy and cheap.
These are fab! My mum used to make these for me when I was a kid. Other variations used were sweetcorn with onion topped with cheese. Recently I've found a recipe involving bacon and onion with a cracked egg on top - mini bacon and egg pies. mmm!
easy,quick,cheap,annd the kids love them ...wat more could us mothers ask for.
Fantastic! Kids loved them - handy to take to sports practice and events. Still tasted great on the cool side.
I do as a variation, sea food, like chopped mussels in a curry sauce, which is made up of a white sauce with the curry powder added. Depending on how many I'm making. I guess measurements. I choose this recipe whenever I am asked to take a plate. The cut off crusts are made into bread crumbs
Delicious, I Have looked after my grand daughter every friday since before she turned one, she is nearly 5 and fridays lunch always used to be just spaghetti, I made these one day and they are now her new favourite and asks for speghetti pies for lunch every friday. I have tried to change but she wont let me!!