Layered Ravioli Bake


Layered Ravioli Bake

Layered Ravioli Bake
55 Min

Layers of frozen ravioli and chopped spinach, spaghetti sauce and cheese make for a hearty casserole. Layered Ravioli Bake is a last-minute meal idea that's made with convenience items straight from our supermarket freezer and refrigerator cases.

What You'll Need

  • 2 (26-ounce) jars spaghetti sauce
  • 1 (9-ounce) box frozen chopped spinach, thawed, squeezed dry
  • 2 (22-ounce) bags frozen square cheese ravioli
  • 3 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
  • 3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese

What to Do

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  2. Spread 1 cup spaghetti sauce on bottom of a 9- x 13-inch baking dish. Sprinkle one-third of spinach over sauce, layer one-third of ravioli on next, then sprinkle with 1 tablespoon Parmesan cheese. Pour 1 cup spaghetti sauce on top then evenly distribute 1 cup mozzarella cheese.
  3. Repeat layers 2 more times, ending with sauce.
  4. Cover and bake 50 to 60 minutes, or until hot in center. Remove cover and sprinkle with remaining 1 cup mozzarella cheese. Heat 5 more minutes, or until cheese is melted. Let sit 5 minutes before slicing and serving.


  • For an even heartier meal, you can use beef ravioli instead. And, to avoid a mess, place a baking sheet under the baking dish. It will catch anything that bubbles over!
  • For more easy weeknight meals that use convenient frozen ingredients, visit Easy Home Meals!


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Costco has a ravioli lasagna that will blow your socks off but I think this one is going to be a keeper for me but with a few changes!!! (never grocery shop or look at THESE RECIPES when you are hungry!!! You want to print them all!!) )

P.S. Oh. It's fresh, not frozen.

Is the amount of ravioli 2 bags of 22 ounces (would equal 44 ounces) or a total of 22 ounces which would be 2 11 ounce bags ?

Hey there. You should use 2 bags at 22 ounces each for a total of 44 ounces.

can you freeze this

I'm about to make this. Do I cook or thaw the ravioli or use it frozen? I'm using cheese/spinach ravioli so not using extra spinach.

The beauty of this dish is that you can use the ravioli when it's still frozen, no need to cook it first. Thank you for your question!

Instead of using spinach in the layered ravioli bake,what else could I use? I'm up for any suggestions......

What vegetable does your family like? You could substitute chopped broccoli. You could use canned sliced mushrooms. You could slice or dice zucchini. As long as the vegetable can be layered and will cook in the allotted time, choose what you like.

This was an excellent recipe. My family loved it. They actually liked it better than lasagna. It will become a regular in our meal planning.

This is good ... We thought the spinach was too strong. Next time I will half the amount of spinach. Used meat ravioli squares instead.

Spinach was a deal breaker for the family. Triple layered it, baked it out, used a favorite sauce, beef and cheese ravioli, used a cheddar/mozza/parm blend on top. Still no deal with the family. This recipe was a one shot deal..... Four thumbs down.

we don't care for spinach! Is there a sub?

why cant you just skip spinach I anm going to

This recipe is great! My five year old is extremely picky and actually asks for seconds!

Great recipe for a busy day. My husband loves this with a simple salad & a nice bread. I usually double the amount of spinach called for.

I have been making meat ravoili (beef, pork, chicken combined ) for over 40 yrs and have always served them layed like this recipe.

I tried this with meat ravioli. It was so good that everyone had seconds!

The spinach is a deal breaker.Did you buy the ravioli with meat included?


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