Cheesy Baked Ravioli

July 9, 2017   /   byChrissy Taylor  / Categories :  Feeds

Cheesy Baked Ravioli is one of our favorites easy recipes to make on busy days! It’s a family favorite that’s perfect alongside a salad or green beans. You can also make this in a slow cooker ravioli recipe too if you want to pop it in before you head out the door and let it cook for a few hours!

Cheesy Baked Ravioli

This is such a simple recipe that kids can make it! In fact our Facebook Live Kids in the Kitchen Cooking show demonstrated just how easy it was on there last episode! You can see it below and exactly how they made it as well as Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes!

Cheesy Baked Ravioli

How to make Cheesy Baked Ravioli

Ingredients You Need

  • 1 Bag of Frozen Ravioli – cheese or meat filled
  • 1 Jar of Pasta Sauce
  • 2 Cups Mozzarella Cheese

Start by pouring the pasta sauce in the bottom of a 9×13 pan – make sure the pan is completely covered with the sauce! Next, layer the frozen ravioli in the pan on top of the sauce. They can be touching – so make sure you add a lot! Top with the mozzarella cheese and back for 25 minutes at 350!

I have done layers of this in the pan – so after you top with the cheese repeat the steps and add another layer of sauce, ravioli, and mozzarella. This gives it a little bit of a lasagna feel.

Serve this dish with a salad and breadsticks for the perfect simple weeknight meal recipe!

Cheesy Baked Ravioli

Cheesy Baked Ravioli is our families favorite recipe to make – everyone loves it and it’s so easy to make that I can throw it together in a matter of minutes! If you think this recipe sounds good be sure to check out our Pepperoni Pizza Pasta Bake – it’s just as easy and the kids will love the pizza taste!

The post Cheesy Baked Ravioli appeared first on Kids Activities Blog.

This is a syndicated post. Please visit the original author at Kids Activities Blog

You may like


How to prepare curved edge shapes for applique – with turned edges!

If you have an applique pattern that needs circle, ovals or petals, I have a favourite way of turning those edges under for turned edge applique. Then you’re ready to sew by machine or by hand – you choose. Here I show you how it’s done – with tin foil / aluminum foil! Guest appearance […]

read more

The Poore Girl Meets Robin

When Robin went to The Needle Bug she had Amy Poore, the designer of A Poore Girl Paints Needlepoint, in her class. In this blog post, Robin gives us some background on Amy and shows off some of her canvases. Copyright secured by Digipro…

read more

Holiday Flats

 Good morning and happy Wednesday! I’m wearing a few new and prized additions to my closet after lusting after them for so long and finally, finally checking eBay for them: this Rochas skirt (still available in a few sizes) and these party-ready satin mules by Manolo Blahnik. Did you know that 81% of all merchandise sold […]

The post Holiday Flats appeared first on 9to5Chic.

read more

A Very Merry Bra Making with Madalynne

There have been a few snowflakes this season, but just a coating here and there that didn’t ‘stick’ around for too long. Philly’s first true snowfall happened last Saturday, December 9th, at the last workshop of 2017. I know it sounds cliche, but it truly was the best (and merriest) way to close out yet…

Read More

The post A Very Merry Bra Making with Madalynne appeared first on Madalynne.

read more