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Kid-Pleasing Freezer-Friendly Spaghetti

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The holidays are here and that usually means rushed schedules, rushed mealtimes and later bedtimes. Avoid mealtime chaos with this kid pleasing, vegetable-packed, freezer-friendly spaghetti recipe!

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Quick Tips

  • For extra nutrients, add left over juicer pulp . Carrots, spinach and kale pulp work well in this sauce.
  • Ladle unused sauce into mason jars (being careful to leave 1 inch of headspace) and freeze.
  • Use chicken stock instead of water to cook the veggies for added flavour.
Rebecca Earl
Written By: Rebecca Earl

Rebecca is an infant and child sleep consultant and founder of The Sugar Plum Sleep Co. She is an only child (because she never slept as an infant), a mother of two young boys and an HGTV addict.

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