21 Reviews

I used 1 1/2 bags of "no name" generic ravioli. Would recommend a better quality. Also one jar of Organics pasta sauce and a tiny can of pizza sauce on bottom of pan. I used half of a bag of fresh spinach by mistake-should have used the whole bag.It was ok for hubby & me.

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Cookie in Ontario July 23, 2009

We made this last night and it turned out very good! I make my own Ravioli # 275157 and homemade sauce # 106003 from scratch. I did not add any spinach. I used ground beef inside the ravioli. To spice it up a little I used some hot pepper flakes,about 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon. Other than that I followed the plan! Thanks KissKiss

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Timothy H. July 19, 2009

Fantabulous!!! And easy, easy, easy. My kids loved this and I'm sure it will pass "my sister test" with flying colors. I did make one change, tho'. I used meat ravs for the first layer, and then cheese ravs for the second. Yum. Thank you, KissKiss.

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Prayztwice March 31, 2009

I can't believe that I forgot to rate this for so long!! I've been making this for about a year now and love it - thanks for a fast, easy and tasty recipe!!

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dgpat February 03, 2009

Awesome recipe and oh so simple! Thank you for sharing, I got rave reviews from everyone!

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Loving Italian October 23, 2008

I cannot tell you how many times this handy recipe has saved me from resorting to expensive unhealthy fast food when I can't be bothered cooking or have forgotten to leave something out for dinner. It's so easy, and tastes awesome. I use different types of ravioli or tortellini and sauces depending what I feel like (or what's on sale). Chicken and mushroom is my favourite with a creamy tomato sauce. Even the little square ones seem to work pretty well for me when I can't find the big round type. Thanks for posting this great recipe!

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Josieof1000lives April 26, 2008

I cant believe how good this is! I used Prego roasted garlic sauce because I couldnt find the recommended sauce. I think I will stick with it, it was very tasty. KissKiss, you are a genius. I love raviolis and this is so easy I will not make it the other way anymore. Oh, unfortunately I couldnt put spinach in it becuase Hubs hates it.

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jameswife24 April 22, 2008

So easy and yummy! I put this together literally in minutes. I did use the round ravioli as recommended and I used a 14-oz bag of frozen leag spinach. Nobody even commented that there was no meat. I'll be making this again. Thanx for posting!

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*Parsley* February 20, 2008

This turned out great- left out the spinach because of DH- but he really like it! Thanks

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tinker :0) December 02, 2007

This recipe is outrageous!! I tasted it at a lunchon and asked for the recipe becaause it was so good. I had no idea how easy it would be!! I used 32 oz. of Kirkland (Costco) Four Cheese Ravioli, some Ragu Chunky "Mama's Special Garden Sauce," 8 oz. of fresh mozzarella (instead of the rubbery kind I always used to use), and fresh spinach. It was ready for the oven in an eye-wink! DH and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was more generous than I intended to be with the pepper, but it was not too peppery. Thank you, KissKiss, for posting this. I'm very glad to have a recipe that is so simple and yet so flavorful.

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Tisherself November 30, 2007
Baked Ravioli