Delicious Spaghetti Dish with a Creamy Melt – #MemorableMelts

Have you heard about Kraft Canada’s latest new product: Kraft Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia? Kraft Canada Kitchen Experts are constantly at work trying to make mealtime as easy as possible without putting deliciousness aside. The latest addition to the Kraft family won’t disappoint, their shredded cheese with the creaminess of Philadelphia cream cheese creates a melt that won’t be forgotten! It’s available in 3 delightful flavours: Creamy Mozza, Creamy Herb & Garlic, and Creamy Mexicana.

Kraft Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia - #MemorableMelts

We eat spaghetti at least once a week, however my daughters would eat it every night of the week if they could. It does happen that they convince me to make it twice, but I like to change it up a little bit. One of my favorite ways to add a little fun to spaghetti is by adding shredded cheese on top and placing it in the oven. When I heard about Kraft Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia I knew I wanted to try it and see how creamy the melt was.

Delicious Spaghetti Dish with a Creamy Melt

– Spaghetti Sauce
– Pasta
Kraft Shredded Mozza Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia

Kraft Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia - #MemorableMelts

Step 1: Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Step 2: Warm up your spaghetti sauce. Step 3: Cook your favorite pasta as per package. (We like using Rotini.) Step 4: Place cooked pasta in a oven dish.

How to cook pasta

Step 5: Pour the spaghetti sauce over the pasta.

Homemade Spaghetti Sauce

Step 6: Sprinkle the Kraft Shredded Mozza Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia on the pasta and sauce. (I used half the bag, however I will add the entire bag next time.) Step 7: Place the dish in the oven for about 10 minutes (until the cheese has melted).

Spaghetti Sauce with Kraft Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia - #MemorableMelts

And voilà, you have yourself a delicious spaghetti dish with a creamy melt!

Delicious Spaghetti Dish with a Creamy Melt - Kraft Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia - #MemorableMelts

My entire family LOVED the melt! So much that next time I will use the entire package. It was really creamy, smooth and the perfect melt! They’ve even asked me to make nachos with it! Which I will, but I’ll use the Kraft Creamy Mexicana Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia. Kraft Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia is a Memorable Melt!

Do you want more delicious recipe ideas? Visit Kraft Canada for recipes that include Kraft Shredded Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia.

Join Kraft Canada on Twitter Wednesday, April 16th at 9:00pm EST for What’s Cooking Twitter Party! Follow Kraft Canada via @KraftCanada and follow #TouchofPhillyCheese.

Happy Cooking!
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16 thoughts on “Delicious Spaghetti Dish with a Creamy Melt – #MemorableMelts

  1. I love recipes that are low maintenance but are still nutritious and tasty! I checked out your link to the Kraft website. It is loaded with great recipes, tips and beautiful images. Thanks for sharing!

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