I tried this recipe last night - it was fantastic! I used chicken instead of beef, and also used low-fat ricotta and tasty cheese. Served with a salad and a lovely glass of wine, it was an absolute winner. I will be making again!
A great make-ahead meal. I prepped it earlier in the day and stuck it in the fridge until I was ready to bake them. I doubled the recipe, forgot the parm (oops), used frozen spinach (since it's all I had in the house) and low-fat ricotta. They turned out perfectly. Everyone enjoyed them. Next time I'll quadruple the recipe and freeze half.
I made this last night - my hubby loved it. I made a slight change, I used half & half ground beef & ground italian sausage then a little cayenne to kick up the flavors. Definately a keeper.
I thought this was a great recipe and easy enough to sneak some spinach in on my two year old and husband! I 1/2 the recipe and put the other 1/2 in the freezer and it came out great. Thanks
This was so easy to make! I used whole wheat lasagna noodles and low fat ricotta to make it a bit healthier. Going in my recipe book for sure!
I am reviewing this recipe although I made a number of changes. I had every intention of making this as written, until I got home. I only had the no boil noodles so I decided to make a small lasagna. I layered this just as you would a normal lasagna and added 2 thin layers of spinach. I also made enough 2 freeze one for later and that turned out great. Excellent flavor.
My family really liked this dish. My daughter who usually will not eat lasagna ate this. It is also easy to make.
Very good taste. Recipe is easy to read. This one goes in my "go to" recipe box. Thank you NurseDi.
This was just the right amount for me and my husband. The lasagna rolls were easy to make. I also used low-fat ricotta to try to lower the fat grams and the taste was still rich and delicious. Salad and bread rounded out the meal. Thanks for a quick and easy meal.