Gluten-Free Spaghetti

Hi everyone! Are you having a hard time finding a really tasty gluten-free pasta for spaghetti?


I have a little secret to share, it’s chickpea pasta. I know, right? Chickpea pasta!


It is really tasty and very easy to make. Absolutely no gritty after taste, very healthy, holds up very well for leftovers too.

Barilla - Chickpea Rotini

This time I used two different sauces.

I mixed together two sauces, the Traditional Ragu Meat Sauce with the Classico Pasta Sauce

I added parsley, oregano, rosemary, minced garlic, salt, pepper, and crushed red pepper flakes.

I think it is most flavorful when you add your own seasonings.

As for the meat, I used 2 pounds of 93/7 (lean) hamburger meat

I purchased this handy, dandy, meat masher on amazon! It is so much easier than using a spatula or a wooden spoon. I have arthritis, it feels great in my hand.


Order Below Through Amazon


Simple, easy, and tasty!

This meal will last us for 3 days. 

If you would like more gluten-free recipes just email me at colorfulchaosthejourney@yahoo.com or leave a comment




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4 thoughts on “Gluten-Free Spaghetti

    1. It’s such a hand saver. I have rheumatoid arthritis so it is amazing and fair inexpensive too. I added the link if you would like to order.
      Thank you for reading the blog. Oh it works just as good on turkey, bison and vegetables when frying

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