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Spinach Lasagna Rolls

Spinach Lasagna Rolls recipe
photo by:kraft
Everything you love about lasagna: pasta, spinach and sauce, plus three kinds of cheesiness, all rolled up into one perfect bundle of gooey goodness.
25 min
55 min
6 servings
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Wonderful! Per previous reviewers, I sauteed 1/8c chopped onion, 1 large clove of garlic, adn 1/2 tsp Italian seasoning in olive oil and added it to the cheese mixture. I used my own meat sauce recipe that is heavy on basil and Italian parsley. If I want to lighten it up, I will use a tomato basil marinara sauce.
my children love this dish very easy to make
Easy recipe! I would have given it 5 stars but I think it would be better with ricotta cheese instead of the cream cheese. Next time I make it I will used ricotta instead. I also added some Italian seasoning and garlic powder to give it more flavor, otherwise I think it would be a little bland. I also used Kraft Mozzarella with a hit of Philadelphia. So good and cheesy! Overall, great recipe, just needs a few fixes.
I have made this many times off the package of whole milk mozzarella package. ABSOLUTELY A HIT in my house! Making it tonight again! Thanks Kraft!!!!
My family LOVED it. I made it as is and it was so good that they even ate the leftovers cold.
Easy to make and delicious! I substituted ricotta cheese for cream cheese (family preference)and sauteed onion, garlic, half teaspoon Italian seasoning in one tbsp. of olive oil and added it to the mixture. Will make this one again and again!
This recipe is versatile and tasty. I cut the recipe in half except for the Spinach and stuffed the cheese mixture into uncooked manicotti shells.I preheated the oven at 400 degrees and drowned the stuffed shells in spaghetti sauce in a greased 9"x5" loaf pan covered with foil for about 45 minutes. I checked the shells for desired tenderness and reduced the oven to 375 degrees and topped with remaining cheese for 5 to 10 minutes uncovered until cheese is melted. P. S. Always season to taste. Enjoy!!!
Love this recipe. It is easy to make and you can freeze it for later.
Finally, a recipe that lived up to its reviews. Easy, econmical, very tasty. This would be a great dish for company or a potluck. I followed the suggestion to add fresh basil to the sauce. Very good.
Very easy to make, everyone loved it, will be making this again

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