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Garden Vegetable Spaghetti with Ragu

I used to not love cooking. Maybe because I didn’t know what I was doing, or was intimidated by recipes and spices and mixing things I wasn’t familiar with.

But at some point along the way I got over that. I started trying new things. I started mixing things that were not familiar and I got some good results. And I got some bad results! But this, this Creamy Garden Vegetable Spaghetti, is not one of those bad results. This is a very good thing. And the people in my household love any kind of spaghetti so it is a win!

Creamy Garden Vegetable Spaghetti

I grabbed some Ragu because it has some awesome flavors. One of my most favorite is the Super Chunky Mushroom. It is delicious! One of my favorite things about Ragu is that it has no artificial sweeteners and no high fructose corn syrup.

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This is the most basic of any recipe you will come across, but I promise that the flavor is anything but that.

Start with boiling you noodles and browning your hamburger.

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Add the sauce in and this is the game changer… This delicious garden vegetable cream cheese is amazing! After draining the water from the noodles, add in the cream cheese.

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Give it a good mix and let the cream cheese melt.

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Now, add the sauce and hamburger to the noodle/cream cheese mixture and stir until blended.

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Ingredients:

  1. Boil water and add noodles
  2. Brown hamburger, drain
  3. Add sauce to hamburger
  4. Mix cream cheese into drained noodles, let melt and stir.
  5. Add sauce/hamburger mixture into noodles/cream cheese and mix until blended.
  6. Serve and Enjoy!

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What are some of your favorite ways to spice up your spaghetti?

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