27 Reviews

This recipe made three eight inch square casseroles for me. I used sausage. When cooking I covered the pan lightly with foil for 40 minutes, uncovered and sprinkled with cheese, cooked another 10 minutes. Froze great, tasted great, someone even 'stole' one out of my freezer! Thanks for an excellent OAMC recipe.

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etully May 04, 2011

Love this recipe! I halved it this time but will appreciate doubling it for OAMC in the future. I did not add any extra mozzarella to the top because my DH doesn't like cheese if it's obvious. I did include it in the mixture, though. ;-) I also omitted the gr. pepper due to famiy preference. I did opt for the crushed red pepper and am glad I did. It adds a nice little kick - not too much. Delicious meal and a great OAMC choice!! Thank you!

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LifeIsGood February 20, 2009

Loved this recipe. Our son gave us a pound of antelope italian sausage and I didn't know how I was going to use it. It worked great in this recipe. I used half sausage and half gr. beef, 2 jars of Prego and a can of petite diced tomatoes, left out the green pepper (doesn't agree with me), was generous with the garlic and covered it for the first 25 minutes. The family thought it was wonderful and want to make sure that I don't lose the recipe. Thanks for posting!

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janantiques April 21, 2013

Made this one night when we were craving italian! Invited the neighbors over for dinner. This was enjoyed by all! Fast, easy and convenient! They begged to take some home for lunch the next day! I added slices of provolone cheese in between the pasta....gooey and yummy! Had to give them the recipe too! I love that it makes two portions and you can freeze some for a dinner another night! Thanks for posing Kitten!

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Mary N. July 11, 2011

This was great! I made a big batch of my homemade sauce and made this as well as two Lasagna's. I froze these right away and took one out last week. Everyone loved it! Which never happens. My oven runs hot and some of the noodles got a little crisp, so next time I may leave it covered for some of the baking time.

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Mommy the Chef April 18, 2011

Wow! So yummy. We used Prego sauce and mixed 1lb Italian sausage and 1 lb hamburger.

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dteague May 22, 2010

Searched long and hard for a tip on how to cook a lasagna that I made and froze. Thank you for your detailed instructions. I told my husband that you were always very good with necessary details. Thanks for always posting good quality recipes and tips.

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Red Wing Fan December 24, 2009

Good hearty meal for a cold night! I used canned 4-cheese pasta sauce and it turned out pretty good. I do want to try your homemade sauce recipe sometime this winter though. Hubby gets kinda picky and if it's the least bit bland, he'll tell me not to make it again, but he said I could add this to our regular rotation, which means you get a thumbs up in his eyes too! Thanks for a yummy dinner idea!

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MommaJen December 01, 2009

LOVED this!!!! I used my homemade spaghetti sauce with ground beef and pepperoni in it. We are adding this into our OAMC rotation! My hubby LOVES it! Thanks for another wonderful recipe, Kittencal!

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Mrs. Thang November 15, 2009

This was awesome! We skipped the 25-30 minutes simmering and just baked one right away and froze the other. We will definitely make this again!!

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monkeymoose511 July 27, 2009
Kittencal's Freezer Baked Ziti (Oamc)