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Baked Sausage and Vegetable Spaghetti

National Spaghetti Day is January 4th, so I have teamed up with Barilla Pasta to share a healthy Spaghetti Recipe and offer you an opportunity to win a year supply of Barilla Pasta!

I’m sharing a recipe for Baked Turkey Sausage and Vegetable Spaghetti to celebrate National Spaghetti Day. By sharing your own healthy spaghetti recipe, you can enter to win a year supply of Barilla Pasta.

I have only purchased Barilla pasta for years. I love how versatile pasta is in our every day meals and it often helps me out when I’m in a dinner bind.

I have been working to incorporate more whole grains into our diets. We are pretty good already, but pasta is a weakness. In many recipes I am not a big fan of the bite that whole wheat pasta offers. I was pleased to be introduced to another option for healthier pasta – Barilla Plus. Barilla Plus pasta includes ingredients such as flaxseed, legumes, and spelt.

The real challenge was would our family like the taste and texture of this healthier pasta. I’m excited to tell you that yes, we did! I now have a healthier pasta product that I can purchase that fits with our family’s healthy lifestyle and our personal tastes.

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There are nights when all Madeline wants to eat for dinner is plain pasta with a bit of melted butter, but I feel so much better now that a serving (56 g) of this pasta offers 10 grams of protein, approximately 180 mg of Omega-3, and 4 grams of fiber.

For those of us who actually want to eat our pasta with vegetables and sauce mixed it, the nutrition density of a meal can only get better.

In this Baked Spaghetti recipe, I’ve made homemade tomato sauce from a recipe that I love. For lots of flavor, I added crumbled cooked Italian Turkey Sausage to the sauce – drain out any excess grease first.

Mixed in with the nutrient rich Barilla Plus Spaghetti are lots of vegetables – onion, red bell pepper, shredded carrots, mushrooms, and chopped fresh spinach. Layer the two with a bit of Mozzarella and bake it up for a bubbly tasty spaghetti meal. It tastes so rich that you’ll forget that you’re eating something healthy.

Barilla Plus Baked Sausage Spaghetti

What is your favorite healthy spaghetti recipe? Please share it here!


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Giveaway Prize (1 winner):

Giveaway CLOSED: Congratulations to Anne (comment #53) – you are the winner! 1 winner will receive a one year supply of Barilla Pasta. Thank you Barilla for providing this giveaway!

Giveaway Rules & Requirements:

  • What is your favorite healthy spaghetti recipe?
  • Share a link in the comments or with the widget if you have a blog.
  • If you do not have a blog, share a recipe in the comments.
  • You may enter enter up to 3 recipes.
  • Contest ends January 7, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. (noon) PST.
  • Winner must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Winner will be chosen via random.org

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