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Making Spinach and Garlic Spaghetti Freezer Meals

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Since my kids love anything pasta based, I know I can get away with loading their plates with anything veggie based as long as pasta is involved. That’s why I love my Spinach and Garlic Spaghetti freezer meal recipe.

Spinach and Garlic Spaghetti

Making Spinach and Garlic Spaghetti Freezer Meals

Plus being the Lenten season and not everyone has given up dairy based products, this is an easy, no meat, spaghetti recipe that you can try for that next meal.

The great thing about this recipe is that its simple, freezes well in a Handi-foil container and honestly tastes even better when it’s thawed and re-heated for a meal later on. (Ask my kids and Hubs!)

Making Spinach and Garlic Spaghetti Freezer Meals in Handi-foil pans.


5 from 3 votes
Spinach and Garlic Spaghetti
Note: For the recipe I've used organic dairy products and veggie produce.You may use what your family uses. Feel free to swap out where required.
Servings: 8 -10
Author: Marina
  • 1 lb pack of angel hair or regular spaghetti
  • 3 cups of fresh spinach leaves
  • 6 cloves of garlic Or 4 big cloves. Cloves not pods-chopped
  • 1/2 a white onion- chopped
  • 1 big Roma tomato -chopped
  • 1 cup Parmesan cheese- grated
  • Freshly ground pepper
  • Salt to taste
  • Olive oil- to saute in
  1. In a pot of hot, boiling, salted water, cook the spaghetti till it's al dente/ cooked till just done. Strain and set aside till the sauce is ready.
  2. In a pan, pour a little olive oil and wait till the oil heats up.
  3. Now add the onions and garlic. Saute till golden brown.
  4. Add the chopped tomatoes and saute till mushy.
  5. Add to this mix the spinach leaves and saute for 3-4 minutes, while adding the crushed pepper.
  6. Take the pan off the stove and allow the mixture to cook for a bit before blending in the mixer/blender. (If you have kids, it's best you blend the mixture especially if they don't like spinach)
  7. Now throw the spaghetti into the pan, and switch the burner to a low flame and pour the spinach sauce over the spaghetti.
  8. Add the parmesan cheese
  9. Mix everything together delicately, without breaking the spaghetti strands.
  10. Season further with pepper and salt (if required)
  11. Serve hot with ketchup and/or red pepper flakes.
  12. When cool, set apart enough spaghetti to make a meal for your family, sprinkle some more cheese on top and place in a Handi-foil container to freeze. (Remember to label the container with the date you made the same for easy reference later)



Do you have a freezer meal recipe you absolutely love? Would you share a link to the same or tell me what it is? I would love to try something new!



  1. That looks really delicious. My family loves spaghetti so I’m sure this would be a huge hit!

  2. That looks so good.

    I don’t do freezer meals, I’m not sure why but I just haven’t. I need to try one just to help save some time.

  3. I’m running low on my freezer meals, I need to make more and buy these! I use up all my dishes freezing and then I don’t have them for current cooking. I need these!!

  4. We pretty much just eat brown rice and little pasta since my husband is Diabetic and we need low carb meals. This looks really good though, I would so make and eat this!

  5. Oh my goodness, that sounds amazing and would be the perfect meal to take to a new Mama… the spinach is just what is needed.

  6. I really need to get more into freezer meals. So far I only freeze things once every few months.

  7. I want to start doing freezer meals to help maximize my time during the week.
    That recipe looks AMAZING!

  8. Looks tasty! I need to start jumping on the freezer train with every one else. It would free up sport nights.

  9. Looks yummy! I love using those pans for freezing and bake and take dinners. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Oh that spaghetti sounds de-lish. I always forget to try a sauce that isnt red with our spaghetti. Smart idea with those pans, there are plenty of times I wish I had doubled up a recipe to freeze half of it.

  11. Oh this looks like a winner to me. Looks very healthy, quick and easy. Thank you sooooooooo much!!!

  12. Oh my goodness that looks delicious! I agree that taking containers along to pot lucks is a bummer. It’s one more thing you have to remember to take care of before you leave. These Handi-foil containers are a great option.

  13. I’ve been wanting to make more freezer meals, and these sound like just the perfect containers for that.

  14. I really need to start doing freezer meals like this. My life would be so much easier.

  15. I LOVE freezer meals!! I try to always have some on hand, and yep I use the Handi foil containers!

  16. This looks so yummy!! I love the Handy Foil containers to cook in, makes for EASY CLEAN UP!

  17. This looks so yummy!! I love the Handy Foil containers to cook in, makes for EASY CLEAN UP!

  18. My sisters and I would all love this one and when it’s not too difficult, I love to try it out.

  19. This looks really good. I love that this has a veggie in it and is a non tomato based spaghetti dish.

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