Easy One-Pan Meatball Pasta Recipe Recipe

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I dont know about you, but for me having kids back at school is exciting, although at the same time our life became more hectic. We now have to be on a go-go schedule for all after-school activities and homework.

Cooked Perfect® Meatballs are an easy, convenient solution during the hectic Back to School year. They have Italian, Homestyle and Angus Beef as an option. For this recipe I loved using the Homestyle Meatballs, but I think the Italian Style would work just as well. I love how easy this recipe turned out and flavors are just incredible. The creamy sauce with marinara flavor was just the perfect addition to bring the whole dish together.

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Serving size:
    • 1 pound
    • Pasta (any of your choice)
    • Garlic Salt with Parsley; to taste
15 min
25 min
Ready in
40 min


Prepare the ingredients for the recipe. Cook pasta according to the package instructions.
Place the meatballs into a deep skillet. You can even use them frozen. I used the Cooked Perfect Homestyle Meatballs, they are just like homemade.
Top them off with the marinara sauce and let it simmer on a very low heat, until meatballs thaw. I would say about 5 minutes.
Add in whipping cream and parmesan cheese. Let the mixture simmer on low heat for 15 minutes.
Stir in cooked pasta, add in chopped spinach and let it cook for a few more minutes. Season with garlic salt, if desired.
Serve while warm, although it does reheat well.

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