One-Pot Savory Italian Mac

The seasons are changing, much to my chagrin. It’s hard to stay sad about summer coming to a close when there are so many delicious one-pot recipes on the horizon, and this one in particular is a family fave. It’s flavorful, full of veggies, and simple to prepare, even on those busy school nights. The best part? You can make the recipe in triplicate or more to feed a huge group!

We love this hearty and healthy recipe so much that we’re making it en masse for a group of around 60 Scouts and their families at our fall family campout next month. It cooks beautifully on a propane stove or over an open fire!

Make sure you serve it up with a nice piece of bread because the leftover sauce and seasonings in your bowl deserve it!

Yum! I wish you could smell it.

A Scout is thrifty, so I normally buy store branded items when I can, but admit that I absolutely love the Dei Fratelli brand Italian Sauce. It’s delicious, yes, but it reminds me of my all-time favorite movie every time I use it.

A bottle of fettuccine, a-1981! Mouth would love this recipe!

These posts are short because I KNOW you’re tight on time and don’t want to scroll for a year, through endless ads, to get to the point. But I would appreciate if you took a second to like or share this post, and consider a comment if you try it or have a recipe you’d suggest! Thanks!

Have you tried my BBQ Turkey Kielbasa and Veggies Sheet Pan Recipe?


Published by Look Wider Still

Rebekah is the mother of two wonderful sons, Michael and Nate. She and her husband, Mike, married in 2002 and have built their family on a foundation of adventure. Between geocaching, camping, hiking, cooking, fishing, crafting, reading, and snuggling their Irish Terrier, Bentley, they enjoy a long and happy career in Scouting. The boys come from a long line of Scouters, including Eagles on all sides. Mike has served as assistant den leader, treasurer, and Pack Committee member, and Rebekah has served as den leader and Cubmaster for Pack 521 out of Mechanicsville, Virginia.

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