Over the last couple of years I’ve noticed that I am becoming much more comfortable in the kitchen. Some of that is because I’m actually trying to learn to cook and some of its because I have had the opportunity to work with some amazing food brands.
I recently had the opportunity to work with The Laughing Cow and had the opportunity to recreate The Laughing Cow Spaghetti Pie into the Chicken Spaghetti Pie. I felt it was a pretty balanced meal and since we all enjoyed it, it was a success and will be added to the recipe rotation.
I like being able to serve my children some of their favorite foods (who doesn’t love spaghetti) but in a different way. When I try to serve spaghetti with whole wheat noodles, they always catch on and sometimes it is a flat out battle trying to get them to eat it. Guess what kind of noodles I used in the Chicken Spaghetti Pie — that’s right — whole wheat noodles and they couldn’t even tell. It’s all about presentation and the way you serve it. You would think I would have learned that before now…
I’ve never used The Laughing Cow wedges in a recipe before but after using it in this recipe and tasting how it enhanced the flavor of a traditional spaghetti sauce, I’ll be getting adventurous and using it more often.
Chicken Spaghetti Pie
Adapted from The Laughing Cow Spaghetti Pie Recipe.
- 16 ounce box of whole wheat spaghetti noodles
- 1 pound boneless skinless chicken breast, cut in bite-sized pieces
- 24 ounce jar spaghetti sauce
- 2 wedges of The Laughing Cow Light French Onion Cheese
- 8 ounces mozzarella cheese, shredded
- 2 ounces parmesan cheese, shredded
- parmesan cheese for topping
I laugh the Laughing Cow cheeses. I use them as bread spreads instead of mayo and then skip the slice of cheese on the sandwich. What a great recipe.
Sounds really good!
Looks yummy! Can I come over for dinner?
Zippy Sandler says
great idea using laughing cow. I wonder if my hubby would eat this?
I have never seen that Laughing Cow variety, definitely going to look for it. This looks delicious.
That looks so yummy.
I just used some Laughing Cow added to marinara in a recipe I posted about today too! I also made a dish with instructions sent to me by Laughing Cow as well. It really makes thing so delicious! This recipe looks like another keeper!
nicole @WriteSpell says
I’ve never had a pie made out of spaghetti before was my first thought, then I read how you prepared it and was like…OHHHH!
Marcie W. says
I LOVE Laughing Cow as a cracker spread. SO tasty and wonderful for you!
And another fantastic recipe Crystal.
Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell says
Seriously they couldn’t tell that you used whole wheat noodles? I’m so gonna try this. It sounds utterly delicious!
Mmm I love me some carbs 🙂
Lynsey @MoscatoMom says
I NEVER would have thought to use Laughing Cow for this! I must try it! AND share it with my Mom – as she is who got me hooked on Laughing Cow cheeses 🙂
Love this dish!! Hubby just made a version the other day.
That looks so good!
Paula @ Frosted Fingers says
I love Laughing Cow! I totally want to try this. Pinning for later 🙂
This looks really good and easy to make.
Tricia Nightowlmama says
sounds like it would contain all of the food groups we’d eat here and looks delicious
Maureen @ Wisconsin Mommy says
Yum! This will be appearing on my table this week 🙂
I am going to try your recipe. Since I make dishes often with chicken, I have been wanting to try a spaghetti with chicken for months.
Anne - Mommy Has to Work says
I think this one would work for us! Thank you!
Toni @ A Daily Dose says
My kids are the same exact way with the whole week spaghetti! I’ll have to try this recipe and see if we have the same results. Thanks for sharing!
Great idea to use laughing cow! Looks fantastic!
Love this idea! I am exhausted lately and always looking for easy recipes. I know my family will love it 🙂
Emily @FamilyNLifeLV says
This looks delish! I love laughing cow, but had not thought to add it to spaghetti! YUM!
Never heard of a spaghetti pie before…looks tasty!
This looks delicous!
We love Laughing Cow! I’ll be trying this recipe, soon!
I was going to do something like that tonight, with left-over chicken, but my husband ate the chicken.
Dawn C says
Kasandria Reasoner says
Printing this one right now!
Ty @ Mama of 3 Munchkins says
Cat Davis - Food Family Finds says
I have never had spaghetti before but seeing this makes me think I should try it. Looks yummy!