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Slow Cooker "Spasagna"

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Slow Cooker Spasagna
Slow Cooker Spasagna
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This Slow Cooker "Spasagna" is a unique blend of traditional Italian recipes. Everything from the pasta and sauce to the cooking method is an update on pasta that you already love. It's easier than ever to prepare delicious Italian food with this slow cooker spaghetti casserole recipe. You will fall in love with this mix of spaghetti and lasagna, or "spasagna," tucked in an Alfredo, marinara and pesto sauce. Topped with a heavenly set of three cheeses, this delicious dish is complete and ready to be tossed in the slow cooker so that you can sit back and relax before dinner.

Slow Cooker Time HIGH: 3 hr

Slow Cooker Time LOW: 5 hr

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