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spagetti cake

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based on the size of your baking pan 2x2 squares Easy
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Ingredients (5)

  • 2lb container of ricotta
  • 1 lb of spagetti
  • 1 cup sugar add an xtra 1/2 cup ( if you like it really sweet)
  • 1 to 1 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 6 eggs beaten
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spagetti cake

this has been a fam fav since b-4 i was born (over 50 yrs)
the only part i actually developed is it’s use as an appetizer

this is super easy. omit the sugar and vanilla it can be an appetizer as well
its is not super sweet either when served as a dessert

if you want to make it as an appetizer prepare the same way omitting the van and sugar cut into squares serve hot . spoon your fav sauce over the top

Instructions

  1. 1boil spag. as per box instructions set aside to cool a bit (do not rinse)
  2. 2in Large mixing bowl mix eggs , van. , cheese ,
    then add spag. mixing well
  3. 3spray a large baking dish with cooking spray ( same size baking dish as you would for a lasagna)
  4. 4pour mixture into baking dish and bake for 45-55 min at 350 uncovered
  5. 5cool to room temp or refrig. over night cut into small squares 2×2 ( it is dense and a bit heavy) do not serve hot
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