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Weeknight Ravioli Bake

Weeknight Ravioli Bake recipe
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Layers of frozen ravioli are the not-so-secret star of this bubbly, lasagna-like bake that's easy to assemble on even the busiest of weeknights.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
3/13/2012
Quick, easy and delicious - the perfect meal for a working mom! I used beef ravioli and added a few slices of provolone cheese and pepperoni in between the layers to change things up a bit - yummy!! Pair with a salad and garlic bread - dinner is served!
posted:
3/9/2012
A new family favorite! Very easy and incredibly tasty!
posted:
2/27/2012
I don't know if this tasted so good because it was sooooo easy. I love anything that is this little prep work - mix, layer and bake. My kids loved it. Really basic but definitely a keeper for an super easy, whip together, have ingredients on hand kind of meal. Nothing special - you could add or substitute easily..but pretty tasty as is too.
posted:
2/21/2012
I make this dish only I add a cup of cottage cheese in the layers. Added calcium and protein and the kids love it. Sometimes I omit the extra tomatoes or I used petite diced to the pieces are smaller.
posted:
2/21/2012
520 calories per serving. I don't eat much more than that for a whole day's worth of calories. Might be advisable to make your own marinara sauce. It's easy and you control the sugar. Might want to use fat free shredded cheeses for less calories. This is a calorie and cholesterol nightmare.
posted:
2/11/2012
We love this--super easy and very good. I add a little more shredded cheese than it call for.
posted:
2/7/2012
Exactly the right recipe for a weeknight. Fast, easy, not expensive and good depending upon the brand of sauce you buy. Find a brand and style of sauce you like and stick with it. Then when you try out a new recipe, you know whether it's the sauce or the recipe to tweak.
posted:
2/3/2012
This was fine, but it wasn't any better than any other marinara based casserole, lasanga etc. As a matter of fact I prefer the taste of spaghetti or lasagna more and they tend to be less work.
posted:
2/3/2012
I will experiment with different ravioli.
posted:
1/14/2012
this was a quick easy way to make "lasagna" when the kids wanted it and I didn't have time to make it!! It was a huge hit!!
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