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Did You Know You Could Use Your Muffin Tin to Make Spaghetti Cups?

Did You Know You Could Use Your Muffin Tin to Make Spaghetti Cups?



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Now you can make your favorite comfort food party ready with this neat hack.

Try these delicious spaghetti cups at your next dinner party.

When you have guests over for dinner parties it’s all about making bite sized foods that are both pretty and delicious. The only down side is that you sometimes can’t serve classic comfort foods (burgers, spaghetti and meatballs, or meatloaf) because they don’t look quite as nice on a plate. Thanks to this neat trick, you can make spaghetti and meatballs a comforting and tantalizing dish that will be a hearty party appetizer during the colder months ahead. The best part? It is super easy to do!

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F. Boil 6 ounces of spaghetti until they are a minute away from being al dente, drain, and let the spaghetti noodles cool. Once they are cool enough for you to handle with your hands, toss your spaghetti with 3 whisked egg whites, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, 3 tablespoons of spaghetti sauce, and a sprinkle of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. Mix everything together until it is combined, then take 1/3 cup of the spaghetti mixture and put it in the first slot of your pre-greased muffin tin. Using your fingers press the spaghetti down the center and up the side of the muffin cup, forming spaghetti cups. Fill all your muffin cups and bake spaghetti cups in the oven for 15 minutes. Take the spaghetti cups out of the oven and place one cooked meatball in each cup. Top with extra spaghetti sauce and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.

And there you’ll have it: spaghetti cups that are perfect for a dinner party, or even as a fun weeknight dinner for the kids.


How To Make Mini Taco Bowls In Minutes!

It’s not uncommon to start to feel a bit bored with your family meals when you have a pretty standard meal rotation, so mixing things up by making “miniaturized” versions of your favorite foods is a fun way to add a little excitement to the menu! Today’s taco “recipe” is similar to one I posted a while ago here on the blog, about making hard taco shells in your oven . But rather than a plain ol’ taco shell, today I’m sharing how to make these adorable mini taco bowls!

Last week I shared the things I've learned from my Mom over the years about holiday entertaining. One of the things I always remember her being . Continue Reading

All you need to make these cute little bowls is a standard 12-cup muffin tin *, your preferred cooking spray, and a stack of small corn (or flour) tortillas.

*I used a couple of 6-cup ones I had on hand, but I wasn’t able to make as many at once, so I would recommend a 12-cup muffin tin if you’re planning on making quite a few!

Start by microwaving your tortillas for 30 seconds to 1 minute, just until they’re warm and pliable.

I like to just open the bag of tortillas and microwave them as-is, because the bag helps retain moisture so that the tortillas don’t dry out. You can also sprinkle each tortilla with a bit of water, stack them on a plate, then place an upturned plate on top, and microwave them that way. Same idea. :-)

When your tortillas are warm and pliable, give them a light spray with your favorite cooking spray. (Side note: did you know you can make your own non-aerosol cooking spray at home?)

Place the tortilla in between 4 cups of your upside-down muffin tin to create your bowl. (A standard 12-cup muffin tin allows you to make 3 taco bowls at once.)

This enchilada recipe has become a frequent request from the family, especially for birthday dinners! I love how easy they are to make that I can use . Continue Reading

Put the muffin tin in a 375 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the tortillas are firm (but not brittle) and a light golden-brown. Remove the muffin tin from the oven, and allow the taco bowls to cool on a rack or plate.

Pack these clever little bowls with your all your favorite taco fixings. My family is pretty easy-to-please when it comes to tacos, so I just go with the standard seasoned ground beef mixture. Add some cheese, lettuce, salsa, and whatever else you want.

Yum! Might I suggest making these tomorrow for Taco Tuesday? :-)

I believe we should all love the place we call home and the life we live there. Since 2011, I've been dedicated to making One Good Thing by Jillee a reliable and trustworthy resource for modern homemakers navigating the everyday challenges of running a household. Join me as I share homemaking and lifestyle solutions that make life easier so you can enjoy it more!

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How To Make Mini Taco Bowls In Minutes!

It’s not uncommon to start to feel a bit bored with your family meals when you have a pretty standard meal rotation, so mixing things up by making “miniaturized” versions of your favorite foods is a fun way to add a little excitement to the menu! Today’s taco “recipe” is similar to one I posted a while ago here on the blog, about making hard taco shells in your oven . But rather than a plain ol’ taco shell, today I’m sharing how to make these adorable mini taco bowls!

Last week I shared the things I've learned from my Mom over the years about holiday entertaining. One of the things I always remember her being . Continue Reading

All you need to make these cute little bowls is a standard 12-cup muffin tin *, your preferred cooking spray, and a stack of small corn (or flour) tortillas.

*I used a couple of 6-cup ones I had on hand, but I wasn’t able to make as many at once, so I would recommend a 12-cup muffin tin if you’re planning on making quite a few!

Start by microwaving your tortillas for 30 seconds to 1 minute, just until they’re warm and pliable.

I like to just open the bag of tortillas and microwave them as-is, because the bag helps retain moisture so that the tortillas don’t dry out. You can also sprinkle each tortilla with a bit of water, stack them on a plate, then place an upturned plate on top, and microwave them that way. Same idea. :-)

When your tortillas are warm and pliable, give them a light spray with your favorite cooking spray. (Side note: did you know you can make your own non-aerosol cooking spray at home?)

Place the tortilla in between 4 cups of your upside-down muffin tin to create your bowl. (A standard 12-cup muffin tin allows you to make 3 taco bowls at once.)

This enchilada recipe has become a frequent request from the family, especially for birthday dinners! I love how easy they are to make that I can use . Continue Reading

Put the muffin tin in a 375 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the tortillas are firm (but not brittle) and a light golden-brown. Remove the muffin tin from the oven, and allow the taco bowls to cool on a rack or plate.

Pack these clever little bowls with your all your favorite taco fixings. My family is pretty easy-to-please when it comes to tacos, so I just go with the standard seasoned ground beef mixture. Add some cheese, lettuce, salsa, and whatever else you want.

Yum! Might I suggest making these tomorrow for Taco Tuesday? :-)

I believe we should all love the place we call home and the life we live there. Since 2011, I've been dedicated to making One Good Thing by Jillee a reliable and trustworthy resource for modern homemakers navigating the everyday challenges of running a household. Join me as I share homemaking and lifestyle solutions that make life easier so you can enjoy it more!

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Last week I shared the things I've learned from my Mom over the years about holiday entertaining. One of the things I always remember her being . Continue Reading

All you need to make these cute little bowls is a standard 12-cup muffin tin *, your preferred cooking spray, and a stack of small corn (or flour) tortillas.

*I used a couple of 6-cup ones I had on hand, but I wasn’t able to make as many at once, so I would recommend a 12-cup muffin tin if you’re planning on making quite a few!

Start by microwaving your tortillas for 30 seconds to 1 minute, just until they’re warm and pliable.

I like to just open the bag of tortillas and microwave them as-is, because the bag helps retain moisture so that the tortillas don’t dry out. You can also sprinkle each tortilla with a bit of water, stack them on a plate, then place an upturned plate on top, and microwave them that way. Same idea. :-)

When your tortillas are warm and pliable, give them a light spray with your favorite cooking spray. (Side note: did you know you can make your own non-aerosol cooking spray at home?)

Place the tortilla in between 4 cups of your upside-down muffin tin to create your bowl. (A standard 12-cup muffin tin allows you to make 3 taco bowls at once.)

This enchilada recipe has become a frequent request from the family, especially for birthday dinners! I love how easy they are to make that I can use . Continue Reading

Put the muffin tin in a 375 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the tortillas are firm (but not brittle) and a light golden-brown. Remove the muffin tin from the oven, and allow the taco bowls to cool on a rack or plate.

Pack these clever little bowls with your all your favorite taco fixings. My family is pretty easy-to-please when it comes to tacos, so I just go with the standard seasoned ground beef mixture. Add some cheese, lettuce, salsa, and whatever else you want.

Yum! Might I suggest making these tomorrow for Taco Tuesday? :-)

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Last week I shared the things I've learned from my Mom over the years about holiday entertaining. One of the things I always remember her being . Continue Reading

All you need to make these cute little bowls is a standard 12-cup muffin tin *, your preferred cooking spray, and a stack of small corn (or flour) tortillas.

*I used a couple of 6-cup ones I had on hand, but I wasn’t able to make as many at once, so I would recommend a 12-cup muffin tin if you’re planning on making quite a few!

Start by microwaving your tortillas for 30 seconds to 1 minute, just until they’re warm and pliable.

I like to just open the bag of tortillas and microwave them as-is, because the bag helps retain moisture so that the tortillas don’t dry out. You can also sprinkle each tortilla with a bit of water, stack them on a plate, then place an upturned plate on top, and microwave them that way. Same idea. :-)

When your tortillas are warm and pliable, give them a light spray with your favorite cooking spray. (Side note: did you know you can make your own non-aerosol cooking spray at home?)

Place the tortilla in between 4 cups of your upside-down muffin tin to create your bowl. (A standard 12-cup muffin tin allows you to make 3 taco bowls at once.)

This enchilada recipe has become a frequent request from the family, especially for birthday dinners! I love how easy they are to make that I can use . Continue Reading

Put the muffin tin in a 375 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the tortillas are firm (but not brittle) and a light golden-brown. Remove the muffin tin from the oven, and allow the taco bowls to cool on a rack or plate.

Pack these clever little bowls with your all your favorite taco fixings. My family is pretty easy-to-please when it comes to tacos, so I just go with the standard seasoned ground beef mixture. Add some cheese, lettuce, salsa, and whatever else you want.

Yum! Might I suggest making these tomorrow for Taco Tuesday? :-)

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Last week I shared the things I've learned from my Mom over the years about holiday entertaining. One of the things I always remember her being . Continue Reading

All you need to make these cute little bowls is a standard 12-cup muffin tin *, your preferred cooking spray, and a stack of small corn (or flour) tortillas.

*I used a couple of 6-cup ones I had on hand, but I wasn’t able to make as many at once, so I would recommend a 12-cup muffin tin if you’re planning on making quite a few!

Start by microwaving your tortillas for 30 seconds to 1 minute, just until they’re warm and pliable.

I like to just open the bag of tortillas and microwave them as-is, because the bag helps retain moisture so that the tortillas don’t dry out. You can also sprinkle each tortilla with a bit of water, stack them on a plate, then place an upturned plate on top, and microwave them that way. Same idea. :-)

When your tortillas are warm and pliable, give them a light spray with your favorite cooking spray. (Side note: did you know you can make your own non-aerosol cooking spray at home?)

Place the tortilla in between 4 cups of your upside-down muffin tin to create your bowl. (A standard 12-cup muffin tin allows you to make 3 taco bowls at once.)

This enchilada recipe has become a frequent request from the family, especially for birthday dinners! I love how easy they are to make that I can use . Continue Reading

Put the muffin tin in a 375 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the tortillas are firm (but not brittle) and a light golden-brown. Remove the muffin tin from the oven, and allow the taco bowls to cool on a rack or plate.

Pack these clever little bowls with your all your favorite taco fixings. My family is pretty easy-to-please when it comes to tacos, so I just go with the standard seasoned ground beef mixture. Add some cheese, lettuce, salsa, and whatever else you want.

Yum! Might I suggest making these tomorrow for Taco Tuesday? :-)

I believe we should all love the place we call home and the life we live there. Since 2011, I've been dedicated to making One Good Thing by Jillee a reliable and trustworthy resource for modern homemakers navigating the everyday challenges of running a household. Join me as I share homemaking and lifestyle solutions that make life easier so you can enjoy it more!

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Last week I shared the things I've learned from my Mom over the years about holiday entertaining. One of the things I always remember her being . Continue Reading

All you need to make these cute little bowls is a standard 12-cup muffin tin *, your preferred cooking spray, and a stack of small corn (or flour) tortillas.

*I used a couple of 6-cup ones I had on hand, but I wasn’t able to make as many at once, so I would recommend a 12-cup muffin tin if you’re planning on making quite a few!

Start by microwaving your tortillas for 30 seconds to 1 minute, just until they’re warm and pliable.

I like to just open the bag of tortillas and microwave them as-is, because the bag helps retain moisture so that the tortillas don’t dry out. You can also sprinkle each tortilla with a bit of water, stack them on a plate, then place an upturned plate on top, and microwave them that way. Same idea. :-)

When your tortillas are warm and pliable, give them a light spray with your favorite cooking spray. (Side note: did you know you can make your own non-aerosol cooking spray at home?)

Place the tortilla in between 4 cups of your upside-down muffin tin to create your bowl. (A standard 12-cup muffin tin allows you to make 3 taco bowls at once.)

This enchilada recipe has become a frequent request from the family, especially for birthday dinners! I love how easy they are to make that I can use . Continue Reading

Put the muffin tin in a 375 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the tortillas are firm (but not brittle) and a light golden-brown. Remove the muffin tin from the oven, and allow the taco bowls to cool on a rack or plate.

Pack these clever little bowls with your all your favorite taco fixings. My family is pretty easy-to-please when it comes to tacos, so I just go with the standard seasoned ground beef mixture. Add some cheese, lettuce, salsa, and whatever else you want.

Yum! Might I suggest making these tomorrow for Taco Tuesday? :-)

I believe we should all love the place we call home and the life we live there. Since 2011, I've been dedicated to making One Good Thing by Jillee a reliable and trustworthy resource for modern homemakers navigating the everyday challenges of running a household. Join me as I share homemaking and lifestyle solutions that make life easier so you can enjoy it more!

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It’s not uncommon to start to feel a bit bored with your family meals when you have a pretty standard meal rotation, so mixing things up by making “miniaturized” versions of your favorite foods is a fun way to add a little excitement to the menu! Today’s taco “recipe” is similar to one I posted a while ago here on the blog, about making hard taco shells in your oven . But rather than a plain ol’ taco shell, today I’m sharing how to make these adorable mini taco bowls!

Last week I shared the things I've learned from my Mom over the years about holiday entertaining. One of the things I always remember her being . Continue Reading

All you need to make these cute little bowls is a standard 12-cup muffin tin *, your preferred cooking spray, and a stack of small corn (or flour) tortillas.

*I used a couple of 6-cup ones I had on hand, but I wasn’t able to make as many at once, so I would recommend a 12-cup muffin tin if you’re planning on making quite a few!

Start by microwaving your tortillas for 30 seconds to 1 minute, just until they’re warm and pliable.

I like to just open the bag of tortillas and microwave them as-is, because the bag helps retain moisture so that the tortillas don’t dry out. You can also sprinkle each tortilla with a bit of water, stack them on a plate, then place an upturned plate on top, and microwave them that way. Same idea. :-)

When your tortillas are warm and pliable, give them a light spray with your favorite cooking spray. (Side note: did you know you can make your own non-aerosol cooking spray at home?)

Place the tortilla in between 4 cups of your upside-down muffin tin to create your bowl. (A standard 12-cup muffin tin allows you to make 3 taco bowls at once.)

This enchilada recipe has become a frequent request from the family, especially for birthday dinners! I love how easy they are to make that I can use . Continue Reading

Put the muffin tin in a 375 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the tortillas are firm (but not brittle) and a light golden-brown. Remove the muffin tin from the oven, and allow the taco bowls to cool on a rack or plate.

Pack these clever little bowls with your all your favorite taco fixings. My family is pretty easy-to-please when it comes to tacos, so I just go with the standard seasoned ground beef mixture. Add some cheese, lettuce, salsa, and whatever else you want.

Yum! Might I suggest making these tomorrow for Taco Tuesday? :-)

I believe we should all love the place we call home and the life we live there. Since 2011, I've been dedicated to making One Good Thing by Jillee a reliable and trustworthy resource for modern homemakers navigating the everyday challenges of running a household. Join me as I share homemaking and lifestyle solutions that make life easier so you can enjoy it more!

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It’s not uncommon to start to feel a bit bored with your family meals when you have a pretty standard meal rotation, so mixing things up by making “miniaturized” versions of your favorite foods is a fun way to add a little excitement to the menu! Today’s taco “recipe” is similar to one I posted a while ago here on the blog, about making hard taco shells in your oven . But rather than a plain ol’ taco shell, today I’m sharing how to make these adorable mini taco bowls!

Last week I shared the things I've learned from my Mom over the years about holiday entertaining. One of the things I always remember her being . Continue Reading

All you need to make these cute little bowls is a standard 12-cup muffin tin *, your preferred cooking spray, and a stack of small corn (or flour) tortillas.

*I used a couple of 6-cup ones I had on hand, but I wasn’t able to make as many at once, so I would recommend a 12-cup muffin tin if you’re planning on making quite a few!

Start by microwaving your tortillas for 30 seconds to 1 minute, just until they’re warm and pliable.

I like to just open the bag of tortillas and microwave them as-is, because the bag helps retain moisture so that the tortillas don’t dry out. You can also sprinkle each tortilla with a bit of water, stack them on a plate, then place an upturned plate on top, and microwave them that way. Same idea. :-)

When your tortillas are warm and pliable, give them a light spray with your favorite cooking spray. (Side note: did you know you can make your own non-aerosol cooking spray at home?)

Place the tortilla in between 4 cups of your upside-down muffin tin to create your bowl. (A standard 12-cup muffin tin allows you to make 3 taco bowls at once.)

This enchilada recipe has become a frequent request from the family, especially for birthday dinners! I love how easy they are to make that I can use . Continue Reading

Put the muffin tin in a 375 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the tortillas are firm (but not brittle) and a light golden-brown. Remove the muffin tin from the oven, and allow the taco bowls to cool on a rack or plate.

Pack these clever little bowls with your all your favorite taco fixings. My family is pretty easy-to-please when it comes to tacos, so I just go with the standard seasoned ground beef mixture. Add some cheese, lettuce, salsa, and whatever else you want.

Yum! Might I suggest making these tomorrow for Taco Tuesday? :-)

I believe we should all love the place we call home and the life we live there. Since 2011, I've been dedicated to making One Good Thing by Jillee a reliable and trustworthy resource for modern homemakers navigating the everyday challenges of running a household. Join me as I share homemaking and lifestyle solutions that make life easier so you can enjoy it more!

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How To Make Mini Taco Bowls In Minutes!

It’s not uncommon to start to feel a bit bored with your family meals when you have a pretty standard meal rotation, so mixing things up by making “miniaturized” versions of your favorite foods is a fun way to add a little excitement to the menu! Today’s taco “recipe” is similar to one I posted a while ago here on the blog, about making hard taco shells in your oven . But rather than a plain ol’ taco shell, today I’m sharing how to make these adorable mini taco bowls!

Last week I shared the things I've learned from my Mom over the years about holiday entertaining. One of the things I always remember her being . Continue Reading

All you need to make these cute little bowls is a standard 12-cup muffin tin *, your preferred cooking spray, and a stack of small corn (or flour) tortillas.

*I used a couple of 6-cup ones I had on hand, but I wasn’t able to make as many at once, so I would recommend a 12-cup muffin tin if you’re planning on making quite a few!

Start by microwaving your tortillas for 30 seconds to 1 minute, just until they’re warm and pliable.

I like to just open the bag of tortillas and microwave them as-is, because the bag helps retain moisture so that the tortillas don’t dry out. You can also sprinkle each tortilla with a bit of water, stack them on a plate, then place an upturned plate on top, and microwave them that way. Same idea. :-)

When your tortillas are warm and pliable, give them a light spray with your favorite cooking spray. (Side note: did you know you can make your own non-aerosol cooking spray at home?)

Place the tortilla in between 4 cups of your upside-down muffin tin to create your bowl. (A standard 12-cup muffin tin allows you to make 3 taco bowls at once.)

This enchilada recipe has become a frequent request from the family, especially for birthday dinners! I love how easy they are to make that I can use . Continue Reading

Put the muffin tin in a 375 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the tortillas are firm (but not brittle) and a light golden-brown. Remove the muffin tin from the oven, and allow the taco bowls to cool on a rack or plate.

Pack these clever little bowls with your all your favorite taco fixings. My family is pretty easy-to-please when it comes to tacos, so I just go with the standard seasoned ground beef mixture. Add some cheese, lettuce, salsa, and whatever else you want.

Yum! Might I suggest making these tomorrow for Taco Tuesday? :-)

I believe we should all love the place we call home and the life we live there. Since 2011, I've been dedicated to making One Good Thing by Jillee a reliable and trustworthy resource for modern homemakers navigating the everyday challenges of running a household. Join me as I share homemaking and lifestyle solutions that make life easier so you can enjoy it more!

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How To Make Mini Taco Bowls In Minutes!

It’s not uncommon to start to feel a bit bored with your family meals when you have a pretty standard meal rotation, so mixing things up by making “miniaturized” versions of your favorite foods is a fun way to add a little excitement to the menu! Today’s taco “recipe” is similar to one I posted a while ago here on the blog, about making hard taco shells in your oven . But rather than a plain ol’ taco shell, today I’m sharing how to make these adorable mini taco bowls!

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All you need to make these cute little bowls is a standard 12-cup muffin tin *, your preferred cooking spray, and a stack of small corn (or flour) tortillas.

*I used a couple of 6-cup ones I had on hand, but I wasn’t able to make as many at once, so I would recommend a 12-cup muffin tin if you’re planning on making quite a few!

Start by microwaving your tortillas for 30 seconds to 1 minute, just until they’re warm and pliable.

I like to just open the bag of tortillas and microwave them as-is, because the bag helps retain moisture so that the tortillas don’t dry out. You can also sprinkle each tortilla with a bit of water, stack them on a plate, then place an upturned plate on top, and microwave them that way. Same idea. :-)

When your tortillas are warm and pliable, give them a light spray with your favorite cooking spray. (Side note: did you know you can make your own non-aerosol cooking spray at home?)

Place the tortilla in between 4 cups of your upside-down muffin tin to create your bowl. (A standard 12-cup muffin tin allows you to make 3 taco bowls at once.)

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Put the muffin tin in a 375 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the tortillas are firm (but not brittle) and a light golden-brown. Remove the muffin tin from the oven, and allow the taco bowls to cool on a rack or plate.

Pack these clever little bowls with your all your favorite taco fixings. My family is pretty easy-to-please when it comes to tacos, so I just go with the standard seasoned ground beef mixture. Add some cheese, lettuce, salsa, and whatever else you want.

Yum! Might I suggest making these tomorrow for Taco Tuesday? :-)

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