Individual Serving Ravioli Lasagnas
Ravioli lasagna served in individual size ramekins. This easy recipe is made with prepared raviolis and sauce for a quick and tasty meal.
Ravioli Lasagna Recipe
After going grocery shopping are there time you just don’t want to cook even though you have a house full of fresh ingredients?
It’s a task shopping for food! Once I get everything put away in the refrigerator and pantry I just want to sit and put my feet up.
Tell me I’m not alone….please!
I discovered this ravioli lasagna casserole while shopping at Costco.
Have you heard of such a dish? Each ravioli wrapped with tasty filling and then assembled like a lasagna casserole.
Easy Ravioli Recipe
Costco had pre-made ravioli meals in the refrigerator section so I grabbed one to try knowing that preparing a meal after battling warehouse shopping wasn’t going to happen!
Both Alan and I loved it and ate it for several meals, but once I realized how simple (and cheaper) this would be to make at home I put together my own.
For this dish I used spinach and cheese raviolis. You’ll find them in the refrigerator section near the cheeses at the grocery store.
All I did was assemble the raviolis in two layers of pasta sauce and a blend of Italian Cheese, and then popped the casserole in the oven for about 25 minutes and dinner was done!
I used one of my smaller casserole dishes (9″ X 10″) and I had extra ingredients, so I assembled individual servings in ramekins, which are so darn cute don’t you think?!
I love that I can individualize each serving with everyone’s favorite ravioli fillings, plus what a crazy easy meal to make!
What To Serve With Ravioli Lasagna?
Assemble ravioli lasagna ahead of time so all you need to do is turn on the oven! You may want to make your own Meaty Crockpot Pasta Sauce.
How about adding a fresh salad to your menu?
- Harvest Salad from The Foodie Affair
- Green Salad with Italian Dressing from Recipe Tin Eats
- Simple Italian Salad from Taste of Home
- Everyday Salad from Gimme Some Oven
Individual Serving Ravioli Lasagnas
- 2 – 9 ounce packages of raviolis
- 1 jar pasta sauce
- 3 cups Italian blend cheese
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Put 1/2 cup of pasta sauce on the bottom of the casserole dish. Lay a layer of the ravioli squares. Pour a cup of pasta sauce over the raviolis and top with 1 cup of cheese. Repeat layer. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until cheese on top is bubbly.
- Put 1 tablespoon of pasta sauce on the bottom of the ramekin. Lay one ravioli square on top of the sauce add another tablespoon of pasta sauce and top with 1 tablespoon of cheese. Repeat layer. Depending on the depth of the ramekin you may add a third layer. Bake for 25 minutes.
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Such a comforting meal – looks so delicious! Can’t wait to try! 🙂
This is such a great idea for weeknights! So simple but looks absolutely delicious.
I love anything individual! These sound simply amazing!
I do too, Sheena!So fun to serve personal servings!
This is such a smart dinner idea for busy weeknights! 🙂 I have done something similar, but used frozen pierogies instead of ravioli so know this has to be good.
Complete lifesaver for those crazy evenings! Man, I haven’t had pierogies in so long. That sounds good too!
I’ve seen ravioli lasagna before, but I love that you made individual portions rather than one big one. This looks fancy enough for a dinner party that way and fun for a weeknight.
I sent some of the individual servings with my son and he ate one for a late night snack!
How fun are these! I LOVE Costco ravioli. I will be trying this soon since my little one loves lasagna/ravioli so much.
Ramekin is the perfect serving size for kids too! These come together so quick. You’ll love the ease, Sarah!
That’s right, your NOT alone! lol I have that problem more often than not 🙂 Love your solution to a yummy simple meal!
You feel my pain – haha! It’s real isn’t it, Shelby 😉
You are not alone, reason I try to grocery shop first thing in the morning or after dinner.
Love your individual servings idea.
I think grocery shopping in the morning is a great idea! If I didn’t love my sleep so much I would switch my tactics and head out early on the weekends!