Spaghetti-Stuffed Meatball Poppers! Pancakes On A Stick! Inventive Food Recipes For Kids Of All Ages!

Time For Some “Spaghetti-Stuffed Meatball Poppers!”

I’ve been coming across wild recipes for fun snack food – for breakfast, lunch or dinner…and the “kid” in all of us can have some fun, beginning with this “Spaghetti-stuffed meatball” recipe: I love how easy this is to pull off…first, make your meatballs….

There are probably a million recipes for making meatballs online…but it’s simple to take ground beef (and pork as well) add diced onion and garlic, salt and pepper and any of the Italian herbs like basil, thyme, oregano…mix them up and make them into fun little balls:

Once pan-fried, put them in a 350 degree oven for ten minutes to cook inside, take them out and let them cool a bit, then hollow them out – using the unused meat in spaghetti sauce that you are making on the side…

By the way, you can just use Rao’s Marinara sauce as it’s just as good as homemade!

Next, cook some spaghetti noodles and you know what? Use very little water and some butter for extra creaminess!

Once your ingredients are done, use a spoon to “stuff” your hollowed out meatballs and have some delicious “spaghetti meatball poppers!”

stuffed meatballs

As I said, the Rao’s Marinara is just as good store-brought….I know because I did a taste test!

Check it out here:

Another great idea for breakfast involves “mini-pancakes” that are a bit thicker than normal, and do this to them:

Yes, in Japan you can buy “pancakes on a stick!” This great breakfast idea alternates pancakes and fresh fruit on a skewer, decorated for a delicious taste!

See more great pictures of this taste treat here:

And if you really want to amaze the kids with spaghetti, this is the recipe for you!

“Spaghetti-Infused Hot Dogs!”

How can any kid not be wowed by these? All you do is take dry spaghetti, chop a hot dog into chunks, then thread it!

Here’s how easy it is:

Here is the easy recipe:

And of course, if you REALLY want to impress your friends:

It’s a “Timpano” and it’s incredible!

See the entire recipe here:

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Let me know how creative you like to get with your food!

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7 replies

  1. These are all things kids would just love! Especially the pancakes on a stick.

  2. the kids would love all 3, plus some not kids too

  3. What a genius way to thread spaghetti through a hotdog sausage I might try that to impress the grandkids…I’m sure they would love all of these, John as always you impress me with what you find and try out 🙂 Brilliant for kids old or young 🙂

  4. I am far from being a kid, but I would happily eat all of these, John!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. Hi John, these meatballs look like a great idea for kids.


  1. Spaghetti-Stuffed Meatball Poppers! Pancakes On A Stick! Inventive Food Recipes For Kids Of All Ages! — Bite! Eat! Repeat! – johnrieber

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