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Easy Baked Manicotti

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Italian restaurants ain't got nothin' on your kitchen. Rich, homemade pesto manicotti is easier than it looks. Our video walks you through it, and you get all the more
15 min
55 min
6 servings
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This recipe was very easy to make, my 4 yr. old daughter helped. My man loved it and went back for seconds. I will make this recipe again.
Very easy to make and it's not time consuming
we loved this recipe. What I did was stuff the UNCOOKED shells using the bag method. Browned a pound of sweet Italian sausage then put that over the stuffed shells and poured a jar of Classico Spinach Florentine over it all. Covered with foil and put in the refrigerator. Baked it the next day and it was absolutely wonderful. Sure made stuffing the shells easier with them being hard. no tearing whatsoever. most definetely make this again.
I add more pesto to give it additional flavor. Very yummy. My kids and their friends loved it!
My husband loved this! I thought it was easier than lasagna and I liked it better too. Make sure you like the spaghetti sauce you use and you will be very impressed. Filling the shells with the plastic bag was a real time saver!
Great tasting recipe! Using a plastic storage bag for filling the pasta shells really made this an easy dinner. My husband was very impressed!
A little difficult for "weekend cooks" like myself. I'd never made manicotti before.
The flavor was wonderful. I used tomato basil marinara sauce and reduced the mozzerella cheese to 1 cup. However, the noodles broke when I cooked them so I simply filled the broken noodles with the cheese mixture and rolled them up. I will definately make them again.
This recipe took 1 1/2 hours to put it all together! Then, after it was all yummy and put in front of my sons, they hardly ate any of it! This was, hands down, the hardest recipe I've ever put together. The pay off was not worthwhile since my kids didn't eat much of it either. I loved it, tho.. but it isn't exactly a.. healthy choice for me!
I basically halved the recipe since there is only two of us. I used almost the full amount of spagetti sauce and added some precooked Italian meatballs before baking. We loved it. My husband, the lasagna lover, said this recipe ranked right up there with his favorite lasagna!
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