Spaghetti Garlic Bread Ring

Trisha Robertson


What could be more delish than spaghetti and garlic bread all in one bite? The recipe is super simple and a fave of the entire family!

(ETA: Per the picture, I was using my baking stone for this recipe, but have found that a large, round pizza pan actually lets the bottom cook faster)

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1/2 box
cut spaghetti (regular spaghetti is fine too)
1/2 jar(s)
spaghetti sauce - try not to use an overly watery spaghetti sauce
3 tube(s)
crescent rolls (i perfer the pillsbury garlic crescent rolls)
2-3 c
mozzarella cheese (amount will vary depending on how much you like)
garlic salt (to taste)
parmesan cheese (to sprinkle on top)


1Preheat oven to 375°

2Cook the spaghetti per directions on the box. Drain, add a small amount of Extra Virgin Olive Oil (you don't want it to get too sticky) and let cool slightly.

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3Open containers of crescent rolls and lay out on a baking stone in a wreath pattern. (Be sure not to let the thickest part be too thick otherwise it is hard to get cooked all the way.) For a little extra delish, I use the Pillsbury Garlic Butter Crescent Rolls.

4Neatly place spaghetti around the ring of crescent rolls.

5Spoon sauce over spaghetti.

6Top with mozzarella Cheese.

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7Close ring by folding the strips over the spaghetti and tucking them under.

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8Top with Parmesan cheese and garlic salt.

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9Bake in over per directions on crescent rolls - 375° for 11-13 minutes (When time is up, take it out and check the may need a few extra minutes to be sure the bottom of the ring is done.)

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10Cool slightly and slice to serve.