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This was really good. I used 2 - 700ml jars of Classico Florentine Spinach and Cheese Spaghetti Sauce. And I was really lazy and used dry basil. I will definatley make this again. I think I will try Healthy Choice Chunky Lovers Italian Stlye Vegetable Sauce next time - it's fat free.

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LeeAnn December 31, 2001

It tastes like something is missing. It was very bland. Needs garlic and carmelized onions to give it some more flavor. I would also cut the spinach amount in half and add some cottage cheese along with the ricotta. Turkey sausage would be a nice addition but would still keep the fat low. It was quick and easy to prepare. The hardest part is drying the spinach, used a lot of paper towels. I would not make this with the ingredients stated again. Hope this helps someone. Thanks, Dawni

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Dawni January 08, 2007

this was great. next time i will use more ricotta and less spinach. i think garlic would make it more flavorful as well. dh was quite impressed. thanks for the great recipe!!!

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rumsnobb June 30, 2004

It's a lot like lasagna, but such a nice change. Definately healthier and when I served this alongside my friends lasagna ( she says she makes the worlds best lasagna ) I got more compliments on this dish than she did on hers! I froze it to take on a ski trip and it came out perfect!

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Shelley Nicholson February 17, 2004

I am the only one in my family who ate this. No one else cared for it. If I ever made this again, I would cut the amount of spinach by half, omit the carrots and add garlic. I would also use an additional jar of sauce. On the plus side, it was fairly easy to assemble. I made it the night before, covered it and put it in the fridge. When I got home I got it out, preheated the oven and popped it in. I may play with this recipe. This just must have not been the flavor combination for my family.

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whtbxrmom February 04, 2014

Made a delicious dinner. Looks beautiful, even though they were very easy to roll.

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debbie September 02, 2009

This is a great recipe, I really enjoyed making it. It tastes pretty sinful for something low in fat and healthy. I made it exactly as stated in the recipe, and it's yummy but next time I would add garlic. It needs a little kick, but still good as is :-) I also may try adding some extra lean beef to the mixture next time. I like how the carrots add a little crunch. I think I will make this often and get creative with it. I'm always looking for great, new healthy recipes, and this one is a keeper. Thanks!

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PatriotsGirl May 28, 2009

This was delicious. I omitted the carrots and added extra-lean ground beef. Because there is only two of us in the house, I prepared and froze half the recipe. We have plenty to eat for lunch this week and a whole pan waiting in the freezer. Great recipe, thanks for sharing it!

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Pinktini March 10, 2008

Very good recipe and simple. I've never made anything with lasagna noodles before so I was a bit apprehensive. I did leave out the carrots and added some ground turkey to the mix to add some meat.

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Rifka January 30, 2008
Kmt's Low Fat Ricotta Spinach Rolls