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By: Ashley Fehr from thereciperebel.com
"An easy one pot meal that the kids will love! Better than the box and way healthier too!"
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Feb 18, 2018
I was such a big fan of Hamburger Helper during my college days, so I am an even bigger fan of this easy Homemade Hamburger Helper now. Love the idea of being able to re-create that boxed version into a much healthier, fresh ingredient, meal for my family. The recipe is easy to follow and versatile to your personal preferences. This has quickly become a go to dinner recipe for me.
Dec 04, 2017
I made this for dinner last night, and I was surprised at how good this was. It tastes so much better than the box stuff. I love that I know exactly what is in it. I did use fresh spinach, because that is what I had on hand. The kids didn't even know it was in there. We will definitely be having this again.
Jan 18, 2017
This would be way better than the box mix. I love the idea of mixing it up with different spices or vegetables. I was surprised to see spinach in this recipe. You don't see that in the box mix!
Jan 17, 2017
I love home style hamburger helper. You can change it up so much by varying the spices or the liquid you use. I find that if it is too liquidy after cooking the pasta covered, uncover it and let it cook down for a few minutes to thicken before finishing it up. Works like a charm.
This is definitely better that the box Hamburger Helper. All the ingredients sound wonderful and easy to throw together for a quick meal on a cool day. I would try a different pasta, like the twists instead of the elbow. Hamburger helper is a big favorite of most kids, so if you have a family, this would be a cheap and delicious meal for all...Serve with a nice toss salad or some fresh french bread..Enjoy.
Dec 23, 2016
What a quick, super easy one pot pasta meal with only a few ingredients required! I can imagine using this recipe as a starting point and making a few changes for personal taste. Instead of spinach, peas could be added. Sliced mushrooms would also be a welcome addition.
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