Sauce-less Spaghetti and Hot Dogs (Kid’s Favorite)

Meal Plan

 

In an attempt to get organized with… well everything…  I have decided to plan out all my dinners for the week on Monday morning.  This way I have a plan that hopefully fits around the schedule for the rest of the week.

Each week I will pick one meal from that week to share the recipe the following Monday.  If you think it is something you or your family would like to try; feel free to do so; but come back and tell me what you think.

This week’s recipe is a favorite of my daughter’s. It is:

  Sauce-less Spaghetti and Hot Dogs.

 

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You need:

Spaghetti

(we like to use angel hair)

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Hot dogs

(we use all beef or turkey and we buy in bulk and freeze them in packs of four)

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Oil and Bread Crumbs

 

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Cook the hot dogs separately from the spaghetti.  Cook the spaghetti like you would if you were serving it with sauce.  The difference comes in the dressing.

When you drain the spaghetti, turn the heat down low on the stove, add about an 1/8 of cup of oil,  put the spaghetti back into the pan, stir it into the oil and then add about 1/4 of a cup of bread crumbs.

Put some spaghetti and a hot dog on a plate and top the spaghetti with Parmesan cheese if desired.

As I said….

 

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My daughter loves it!

 

If you would like the Sunday – Monday Meal Planner that I used for my background visit

Five Fabulous Free Meal Planners @ The Taylor House

There are also many other meal planners available including my favorite designed for a Monday – Sunday Meal planner like me

@ Green Child Magazine — Free Weekly Meal Planner

 

 

What are some of the recipes that your children or family loves?

 

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Jeremy M.
    Jul 08, 2014 @ 17:47:45

    Ryan’s favorite is Chicken Alfredo, just without the chicken. So basically spaghetti with Alfredo sauce. That last picture is about how Ryan looks sometimes while eating his spaghetti too.

    Reply

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