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I’m going to be having spaghetti for my daughters first birthday, I’m curious if…

I’m going to be having spaghetti for my daughters first birthday, I’m curious if anyone has any tips on making the noodles earlier in the day and keeping them warm?? Thank you in advance for any tips!



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12 thoughts on “I’m going to be having spaghetti for my daughters first birthday, I’m curious if…”

  1. Christina Evans

    I would boil them but just till the were near al dente, toss in butter, put in freezer bag, store in fridge till you are ready to set up, and then put them in a crock pot or roaster with some water to warm up. I’d be worried of them getting too mooshy if they sit in the crock pot or roaster for too long.

  2. Lynnette Pearce

    Here’s what restaraunts do to spaghetti
    Drain and refrigerate
    Ready to use?
    Pour hot water over noodles
    Serve with sauce or whatever u like

  3. Make them and toss with butter or olive oil and put in an electric roaster or crockpot on warm

  4. Kristen Durkee

    Are you mixing it with sauce? Could you just mix it and put it in the crock pot to keep warm?

  5. Put them in a plastic bag. When you need them put near boiling water on them to heat up

  6. Hmmm, can you actually make the spaghetti and put it all together, sauce and all, and then maybe bake it to reheat it? Kinda like lasagna. And maybe throw some extra sauce in there when it comes out in case it dries.

  7. Donna Thors McMaster

    I just pour boiling water over them after having them in an air tight container in the fridge – they come out perfect and taste just as good…

  8. Olive Garden cooks noodles day before or early that day and keeps them in baggies. You can microwave the bags or dip them in boiling water to heat them just before. Friendly reminder to cook them al Dente 🙂

  9. Cheryl Cabana Clark

    When we did a fund raiser in our senior community we made the spaghetti noodles the day before, put a touch of oil on them and put them in bags. The next day we dunked them in boiling water to serve~~ it worked great and we kept the meat sauce, meatless & Alfredo each in a crockpot to serve their choice. We served 100 people.

  10. Brittany Mcfadden

    Keep some water in the bottom of whatever you plan on using to keep them warm and toss them in a little bit of oil before putting them in said warm area lol

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