Rebecca Finley, who runs social media account Planet Food, has been inundated with messages from both fans and critics after posting a video of the dish on TikTok.
Video shows Rebecca placing two garlic baguettes onto a baking tray before adding cheddar cheese into the slits on the garlic bread.
The 25-year-old then adds a generous amount of spaghetti to the baguettes before layering up with more cheese.
The filled garlic baguettes are then placed in the oven for 17 minutes at 180°C before being revealed with bubbling cheese on the top, ready to eat.
Rebecca posted the creation on TikTok two weeks ago where it has been met with a mixed reaction from viewers – some branding it “rancid”.
She captioned the video: “Cheesy garlic spaghetti baguetti.”
The video has gained more than 253,000 views, over 16,000 likes and hundreds of comments.
Maxine said: “That’s rancid mate.”
EmmaSmith said: “Absolutely foul.”
AaliyahDyer said: “Rancid.”
MatthewEmery said: “Not great.”
However, AlixBryonie said: “OMG this looks amazing, how long in the oven?”
XSienna1402X said: “That looks well good.”
Emhll said: “Omg that looks amazing, not gonna lie.”
Heinz UK also responded, writing: “Giving us Halloween vibes and we’re here for it.”
Speaking today, Rebecca said: “It was delicious – we all loved it.
“We had done something similar with Heinz beans before which people seemed to love, and someone requested we make it with spaghetti instead – it worked well.
“We can’t say much about what we have planned, but we do have a whole month’s worth of recipes similar to the garlic bread spaghetti one coming up.”
A bar in Scotland recently faced ridicule after creating a Heinz based menu including dishes such as ravioli on toast.