When your family needs an iron boost but you don't want to spend a fortune on red meat.... this is the answer!
Amazingly, this was a mistake-non-mistake recipe where I just used what I had. And miraculously, it turned out to be AH-MAY-ZING.
My son, who has become sooooo much more fussy as the months pass ACTUALLY asked for more. He even said please without a prompt. He was THAT eager.
Thats a success in my book. Or in anyone's book actually.
If you are not a tuna fan, you can omit the tuna. If you're not a spinach fan you can probably just omit the spinach and use just tuna but then you lose the iron. Your choice. Im not judging!
Half bag of wholewheat mini fusilli, cooked
Half bag of frozen spinach, defrosted
3 cans tuna, drained
3 heaped tbsp natural Greek yogurt
1/3 bag chevingtons grated cheese
3 tbsp onion soup mix
Spray 4 disposable muffin containers with olive oil
Place pasta at the bottom of each compartment, filling about 1/3 of it.
Mix all the other ingredients together and pour on top of the pasta in each compartment.
Bake on 180 degrees C for 20 minutes
Use a spoon to scoop out.
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