Birds Nest Pie Freezer Meal A satisfying mix of spaghetti, sausage and cheeses

Birds Nest Pie Freezer Meal is a satisfying mix of spaghetti, sausage and cheese and the simplicity of freezer to oven.

We all love Birds Nest Pie Freezer Meal. Added to a simple vegetable, it is a complete and delicious meal. It is easy to assemble ahead of time and have 3 meals in the freezer when you need them. Or double the recipe and have 6 meals!

The directions say to cover with both plastic wrap and foil. This is because the acidity of the tomatoes will eat a hole in the foil if it is against it. It is no fun to pull out your meal and find freezer burned food where the holes are. The plastic wrap puts a barrier between them and a second layer is good to keep it fresh in the freezer.

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This recipe was adapted from Once a Month Cooking Cookbook. It has lots of good recipes in it.


16 oz spaghetti

4 eggs

2/3 cup grated parmesan cheese

2 cups (16 oz) sour cream

4 Tbsp minced dried onion

2 pounds cooked sausage

28 oz can tomato sauce (or two 6 oz cans tomato paste and 2 cups of water)

8 oz shredded mozzarella cheese


To Freeze:

Break spaghetti in half and cook according to package directions.

While it is still warm, add the eggs and parmesan cheese and mix well.


Combine the sour cream and onion.

Combine sausage and tomato sauce.

Evenly divide the spaghetti into the 3 8×8 disposable pans.

Spread the sour cream mixture on top of spaghetti.

Spread the sausage mixture on top of sour cream layer.

Top with mozzarella cheese.

Cover with plastic wrap and then foil. Label. Freeze.


To Cook:


Bake uncovered in preheated 350* oven for 25 minutes or until heated through.


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