Saturday, September 29, 2007

Manicotti-Stuffed Shells with Spinach (cheat version)

Friday night was another "cheater's" meal, meaning I used prepared/frozen ingredients.
Another cheater's dinner


1 box Mona's Cheese Stuffed Shells (frozen)
1 jar Prego Traditional pasta sauce
1 package organic baby spinach
Dressing of choice for spinach salad (optional)

Pour half of pasta sauce on bottom of baking dish, arrange frozen pasta shells on top of sauce.
layer jarred sauce with frozen stuffed pasta shells

Layer fresh spinach on top of shells, as much as you like.
layer fresh baby spinach

Pour the rest of the sauce over everything.
more sauce, cover, bake at 400 deg about an hour

Cover dish with foil, bake in 400 degree oven for about an hour. Dish up, top with Parmesan cheese, and serve with spinach salad or steamed veggies.
cheater's ricotta stuffed shells with spinach


lauredhel said...

Mmm, that looks delicious.

Anonymous said...

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There's a billion different franchises out there to suit just about every taste (Super Suppers, Dream Dinners - try googling "meal prep".) It was a great way to feed our family a healthy balanced meal on nights when we had very little prep time and they even suggested what to serve it with - sides AND wine!

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