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Make Homemade Spaghetti-O’s for a fun and tasty adult version of your childhood favorite. This easy two-ingredient dish is vegan and gluten-free!
I used to love Spaghetti-O’s as a kid. And sometimes I is the simple joy of such a playful meal. Of course, classic canned Spaghetti-O’s are far from gluten-free or made with fresh ingredients. So I decided to make my own grown-up version that’s gluten-free, vegan and only made with two simple ingredients. If you want to bring back some of the nostalgia of childhood without eating from a can, here’s what you need to know!
How to Make Homemade Spaghetti-O’s
There are only two simple ingredients in this recipe! The key is to find gluten-free and vegan O-shaped pasta. I use these anellini noodles made from corn flour, which are available on Amazon.
The only other ingredient you need is your favorite jarred or homemade marinara sauce.
The fun part with this recipe comes with the toppings.
Topping Ideas for Spaghetti-Os
I like to add some extra flavor and texture to my bowl of spaghetti-O’s with toppings like:
*If you are not able to find a gluten free O shaped pasta, opt for a gluten free penne or rigatoni. Cook al dente, then carefully cut O shapes out of your tubular pasta. This is a far more tedious process but is an alternative if you would prefer not to purchase gluten free O’s.
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