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I’m calling this recipe Lazy Day Crockpot Ravioli Lasagna because it is perfect for that lazy day, when you know you have to cook, but you really don’t want to! You will love this easy meal.

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This quick and easy crockpot ravioli lasagna will give you a delicious dinner on your table without tons of work.  You get the joy and the taste of a classic lasagna without all the work. This is an easy Italian Recipes and one of our favorite Crock Pot Italian Recipe.

This quick and simple winter crock pot recipe is now on our regular rotation list!  It’s one of my family’s favorites easy beef recipe and fall recipe and I hope you try it soon! It also makes the perfect freezer meal recipes.

Check out this Slow Cooker Lasagna and White Lasagna Soup Recipe.

No Lasagna Noodles Needed:

Have you tried cooking lasagna noodles in the crock pot? I tried using dried lasagna noodles in the crock pot and they never turn out right. They tend to still be crunchy or the lasagna noodles become very mushy.

Then I discovered using frozen ravioli instead and it has been a game changer for my family. They cook perfectly in the crock pot. It saves me time and money, plus my sanity.

I can ensure that I will be feeding my family a good meal that taste good too.

A Good Crock Pot is a must!

I have a large family which means I have a lot of crock pots too.  I probably use a crock pot 3-4 nights a week so I wanted to make sure that I had one that consistently cooked meals perfectly and was reliable.

Out of all the slow cookers that I currently own (that’s 3 if you’re counting), I really love my Instant Pot Aura

My favorite feature about this crock pot is that it has a cooktop feature which allows you to also brown meat in the same crock pot for recipes that require that.

It is so handy to just have the one pan to clean and it’s easy to clean as the removable insert has a non stick quality. 

A small white plate of this lazy day lasagna with 2 silver forks behind it.

Crockpot Lasagna with Ravioli:

This is my go-to recipe when my family wants lasagna. Using cheese ravioli’s saves me so much time as the crock pot does all the work for me. The ravioli’s replace having to layer with pasta and ricotta cheese. Plus I like to put the cheese on top and it cooks with everything else, giving that cheesy topping.

I don’t have to use separate pans to cook the noodles. Everything goes into the crockpot for an easy, filling dinner. You may also love this Easy Baked Ravioli Recipe.

Variations to Ravioli Lasagna Crock pot:

  • Ravioli – Frozen ravioli works best with this recipe. We used the cheese filled ravioli but you can use other kinds. Try the spinach and cheese filled or the sausage and cheese filled. I think they both would add in so much flavor.
  • Try Ground Sausage – We typically use ground beef in this recipe. But if I have some Italian Sausage or even breakfast sausage, I will add this to my ground beef. We love the extra flavor it brings.
  • Frozen Meatballs – We also have added frozen meatballs to this crockpot.
  • Spaghetti Sauce – Instead of Crushed tomatoes, you can use a jar of spaghetti sauce or tomato sauce. Any flavor will work.
  • Add in some onion and garlic to add some more flavor. I like adding them to my meat when I am cooking it.
  • Spinach – To sneak in those veggies, add in some fresh spinach with sauce. We love the flavor it gives and spinach has so many health benefits.
  • Ground Turkey – You can use ground turkey instead of ground beef if you prefer. I usually mix the two together if I want to add in some ground turkey.

Ingredients:

  • Frozen Cheese Ravioli
  • Ground Beef
  • Crushed Tomatoes – You can also use marinara sauce.
  • Italian Seasoning (Homemade Italian Seasoning Recipe)
  • Garlic Salt
  • Mozzarella Cheese
  • Parmesan Cheese
Overview of this slow cooker lazy day lasagna recipe in a black crock pot with a large wooden spoon next to it.

How do you make Crockpot Ravioli Lasagna?

  • Brown Ground Beef – First, in a large skillet brown the beef.  You’ll want to brown the beef completely and drain off the remaining fat in the skillet.
  • Add in tomatoes and seasoning – Next, in the same skillet (we don’t want tons of dishes), stir in the crushed tomatoes and seasonings until thoroughly combined with the cooked beef.
  • Scoop some meat sauce in your crock pot – Then in your favorite crock pot cover the bottom with some of this delicious meat sauce you just created. We like to spray crock pot with cooking spray.
  • Top with a layer of raviolis and cheese – Next place a layer of ravioli across the bottom of the slow cooker on top of the pasta sauce.  Then cover these raviolis with a layer of the mozzarella cheese.
  • Add until all ingredients layered in crockpot – Continue this same process until all the meat sauce and ravioli are used.  It’s ok to use the frozen ravioli.  You do not have to thaw them prior to making this recipe.
  • Top with meat sauce – Ensure that a layer of the meat sauce is on top.
  • Add a topping of cheese – Finally top with one last layer of the mozzarella cheese and parmesan cheese. The cheese mixture will blend so well while it is cooking.
  • Cook ingredients – Then in your 6 or 8 quart crock pot cover and cook on low in the slow cooker for 4 hours. Cooking time will vary based on when cheese is melted.
  • Rest after cooking – Once it’s done cooking, turn off your crock pot and let the meal sit for about 15 to 30 minutes before you cut and serve this delicious lazy day lasagna recipe!
Overview of this slow cooker lazy day lasagna recipe in a black crock pot with a large wooden spoon next to it and parsley behind it as well.

Can I use Refrigerated Style Raviolis instead of Frozen?

We recommend using Frozen Raviolis but you can use fresh. I would just decrease the cooking time by 1 hour.

Should I Thaw the Raviolis?

No, you do not need to thaw the raviolis. That is why I love this recipe so much because very little prep time is needed.

What do you serve with this lasagna?

  • This lazy day slow cooker lasagna recipe is so good, you can easily serve with your favorite side salad and crusty garlic bread or garlic bread cheese sticks.  Yummy!
  • You could also serve this delicious recipe with your favorite vegetable side dish.  I love cooking broccoli in the microwave because I can have a healthy and delicious side dish prepared in no time at all for my family.
A plate of this lazy day crock pot lasagna recipe next to the crock pot with the rest of the lasagna in the crock pot.

Can you Freeze Lazy Lasagna?

I think my love of freezer cooking is almost as strong as my love of slow cooking!  I have a large family so freezer cooking ensures that I get dinner on the table every single night for my family.

This recipe can be easily converted into a quick and easy freezer meal to stock your freezer for those busy nights.

If you enjoy freezer cooking as much as I do, I encourage you to check out our Lazy Day Cooking Club. This club is a freezer cooking meal plan that provides you with great recipes, instructions on how to freeze and all the ingredients that you need for great crock pot recipes.

This club takes away the stress of deciding what’s for dinner and gets dinner on your table in less time by teaching you the joy of freezer cooker!

How Can I Make this Vegetarian?

Yes, you can. Just omit the ground beef. You can add in some additional vegetables such as zucchini and you won’t miss the meat.

A fork with multiple raviolis on it lifting it away from the plate filled with a serving of this Lazy Day Lasagna.

How to store Lazy Crock Pot Lasagna:

This Lazy Day Slow Cooker Ravioli Lasagna makes a large portion. So we normally have leftovers even with my large family. You can refrigerate in an airtight container for about 4-5 days. This is a perfect leftover meal that you can enjoy the next night.

It also freezes great too! We like to keep in individual containers so they make an easy lunch for my husband. He loves when we have lasagna leftover as it makes the perfect lunch.

A fork with multiple raviolis on it lifting it away from the plate filled with a serving of this Lazy Day Lasagna with a crock pot, tomato and parsley behind it.

How to Reheat Crock Pot Lasagna with Ravioli:

When you are ready to serve your leftovers, place them in a microwave safe dish and reheat. You can also reheat on your stovetop.

If heating in the microwave, start by heating in 1 minute intervals.

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Lazy Day Crock pot Lasagna Recipe

4.96 from 441 votes
This is our lazy day crock pot lasagna recipe. You are going to love this fun twist on a traditional lasagna with this easy crock pot lasagna.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 4 hours
Resting Time 15 minutes
Total Time 4 hours 5 minutes
Servings 10
Cuisine American, Italian
Course Main Course
Calories 516

Ingredients

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Instructions

  • In a large skillet brown the beef completely and drain off any remaining fat.
  • Stir in all the cans of tomatoes, and seasonings.
  • In a 6 quart crock pot, cover the bottom with some of the sauce.
  • Then place a layer of ravioli across the bottom.
  • Then place a layer of the mozzarella cheese.
  • Continue this until all the meat sauce and the ravioli is used.
  • You want to end with the meat sauce on top.
  • Then top with the leftover mozzarella cheese and add the parmesan cheese on top.
  • Cook on low for 3-4 hours.
  • Turn off and let it sit for about 15 minutes before you serve. Cut and serve. Serve with your favorite side salad and crusty garlic bread.

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Recipe Notes

Refrigerate the leftovers in an air tight container for up to 5-7 days.  

Nutrition Facts

Serving 8ounces, Calories 516kcal, Carbohydrates 39g, Protein 32g, Fat 25g, Saturated Fat 11g, Cholesterol 101mg, Sodium 1648mg, Potassium 528mg, Fiber 4g, Sugar 7g, Vitamin A 510IU, Vitamin C 11.4mg, Calcium 455mg, Iron 10.2mg

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  1. Kerrie says:

    5 stars
    A huge hit with the family! We couldn’t believe how good it was, thank you! Changes I did;, used a mixture of 1/2 lean ground beef & 1/2 hot Italian sausage, garlic powder, home made marinara & added some ricotta, used Rana cheese tortellini, cooked about 1 1/2 hrs.

  2. Jim Drummond says:

    5 stars
    I just made this and had a bowl full with some garlic bread and I doubled the recipe so I can freeze a lot of it . Success, it was very tasty and a keeper . I cut down on the garlic salt as the crushed tomatoes have enough . Love this

  3. Sheryl says:

    VERY GOOD RECIPE!!!

  4. Connie says:

    How would I make this into a freezer meal?

  5. Angie Early says:

    5 stars
    I absolutely love this recipe because I always make lasagna for Christmas Eve and it’s a lot of work. I do make my own sauce the day before so it can blend the flavors overnight. I add ground Italian sausage to my very lean ground beef like 90%. This time I pureed a whole red bell pepper, two Roma tomatoes and used 2 cans of petite diced tomatoes, along with garlic, onion and spices. It was so delicious I like it better than regular lasagna! And from a family that specializes in Great lasagnas I’m very impressed with this recipe! Thank you so much! I will probably never make a pan lasagna again after having this. It’s just so good. I used a bag of five cheese ravioli. And along with the mozzarella I used a shredded Italian blend that also has Parmesan in it and and shredded Parmesan. Then on the top layer, instead of doing the shredded Parmesan on top of the other cheeses, I used shaved Parmesan and it was just so beautiful and delicious! I would give 10 stars if they were there! I I’m going to make this more often than I have pan lasagna.

  6. Jane says:

    5 stars
    This was a great tasting recipe and easy! I served salad and garlic toast with it. DELISH!

  7. Kelly says:

    Since this only requires 3-4 hours in the crockpot, can I still put everything in the crockpot in the morning and use the timer to program it to start cooking 3-4 hours prior to getting home from work?

  8. Carrie Barnard says:

    Oh I love that!

  9. Carrie Barnard says:

    Yes, you can – just cook it the exact same.

  10. Trishaw says:

    Love this…
    I would serve this with some crusty fresh bread which has been warmed in the oven or a fresh salad if the weather was a bit warmer… can’t wait to try…

  11. Deborah Franklin says:

    I plan to try this. I have had the Ravioli with cheese and spinach in it. But not just cheese. I think Italian sausage mixed with ground beef would be good.

  12. Janel says:

    This works perfect for our family of 3 when I make it, my husband has leftovers for his lunch too. Just perfect!

  13. Pam Booker says:

    We love this recipe! And prefer beef instead of sausage.

  14. Charlee says:

    3 stars
    What would I serve with crockpot lasagna? I would serve garlic bread and green salad.

  15. Roger says:

    Sounds easy and tasty

  16. Morgan says:

    I’ve made ravioli lasagna as a casserole, I’m excited to try it in the crock pot to free up my evening! I think I’ll throw some ground turkey sausage in it to change things up a bit. Can’t wait!

  17. Maria says:

    5 stars
    Sounds yummy!!!

  18. Tracey A says:

    Hi. I meant FRIED ravioli, not FRIEND! Pays to proofread!

  19. Tracey A says:

    I love friend ravioli and ravioli in general. Sausage and ground beef are great in lasagna, but I try to keep the fat down by using lean ground beef.

  20. Gale Bender says:

    I made this and my family couldn’t stop raving about how good it was.

  21. Anna M Wallace says:

    Can this be adjusted for the casserole crockpot?
    Love your recipes – I get them in my email everyday.
    Thanks

  22. Lois says:

    Wow! wait to try it.

  23. Jen says:

    I would prefer this with ground beef but my husband would want Italian sausage. Sometimes we mix those and it comes out pretty tasty.

  24. Jenny says:

    I love making ravioli lasagna because it’s so easy! I don’t use meat. I’ll add veggies sometimes, but even just a cheese lasagna with bread is amazing.

  25. Angel Perkins says:

    5 stars
    Everyone ate it! Super easy which is always a plus.

  26. Elizabeth G says:

    I love this recipe. I would serve it with garlic bread.

  27. DD says:

    Love it with a combination of Italian sausage and ground beef rather than just one.

  28. Mary says:

    This sounds like a great easy recipe

  29. Tammy A. Bayes says:

    5 stars
    I have tried EASY lasagna – quick and delicious!

  30. Kelly Hopkins says:

    This recipe is so easy to make. Also delicious!!

  31. Sharon says:

    This was a great hit with family members for celebration of life and also when i took to a local bar for regular customers to try.

  32. Carol says:

    5 stars
    Sounds wonderful. I like to add sausage to my sauce. Would eat this alone, or add a salad.

  33. Davina Havener says:

    Can’t wait to try this out. Pair with garlic bread and a simple salad.

  34. Carol says:

    Cannot wait to try this! I would definitely pair this with a salad. I like to mix beef and spicy sausage together in my sauce for a little kick!

  35. Pam Sebastian Briggs says:

    I like ground beef in mine instead of sausage.

  36. Staci says:

    I plan on making this in the next few weeks! I think I’ll mix beef and sausage! I’ll serve with with garlic bread and a salad!

  37. Angela Mrani says:

    5 stars
    I have already made this with the beef ravioli and my family love this,and I serve it with garlic bread.

  38. Debbie S says:

    5 stars
    Have made this recipe in the past. A favorite on the rotation. I have used the spinach & cheese ravioli. My family enjoys a meat sauce so beef, pork, sausage work well. On occasion have added frozen mini meatballs as well. Toss together a salad and garlic toast and dinner is ready to enjoy. Keep us the great recipes!

  39. Sherry says:

    I haven’t tried this yet but looks delicious. Thank you for easy recipes.

  40. Chuck says:

    5 stars
    Sounds delishous! Will have to try it out aaaand since I love tweaking recipes yep will give it a try! Thanks for posting this recipe.

  41. MaryAnn Miracle says:

    5 stars
    I made this when my 4 grandchildren visited and spent the night. I made it with mild Italian sausage, served it with toasted garlic bread and a side salad. The grandchildren enjoyed it SO much, I ended up with MAYBE 2 servings for leftovers, which the boys finished the next day for lunch! Will I make it again? YOU BETCHA!!!

  42. Debby Hilgedick says:

    4 stars
    Yes, I have tried the Crockpot Lasagne and I like it.

    I prefer ground beef

    I served a green salad and garlic bread with this recipe

  43. Ginger Haggerty says:

    5 stars
    Looks oh so delicious! I’m going to have to make this one soon.

  44. Lisa Kania says:

    It looks so yummy!! I am going to try very soon on my family.

  45. Pat says:

    I’ve tried this recipe – it’s great! Half ground beef and half ground sausage is the right combination for my family – just enough spice from the sausage for our taste buds. Served with a salad and maybe a side veggie with garlic bread – it’s the perfect quick meal.

  46. Mary says:

    5 stars
    This recipe sounds wonderful. I’ve never tried ravioli in lasagna… I’m going to try the spinach when I make this. Maybe throw in some Italian sausage!

  47. Denise says:

    Made this and it was so good. Used frozen spinach and cheese ravioli and half hamburger and half sausage. Was so easy in the crockpot.

  48. Andrea says:

    5 stars
    This is a quick and easy comfort fall dinner idea. We love this paired with a salad and garlic bread!

  49. Melissa says:

    I have never tried this but looking forward to doing so with hamburger for me. I’d serve it with a salad and also some roasted broccoli and garlic bread.

  50. Michele says:

    5 stars
    I can’t wait to try this recipe. This sounds & looks delicious. Glad to add to pintrest to save & share. Glad to sign up to get more amazing recipes

  51. Connie says:

    So yummy. It’s very hard to cook something when you’re single, but recipes like this, I can eat for 2 days and then freeze. It’s a win win.

  52. Karen W says:

    I have never tried it but am definitely adding the ingredients to my shopping list! I need easy quick dinner ideas!

  53. Melissa Opicka says:

    OMG!!! This recipe is so good!!!! Love to make this one

  54. Amanda says:

    I have never had it but would
    Love to make it!

  55. Mary Jo Bergquist says:

    Looks delicious, very easy to do on a cold, fall day:-) Comfort food at your finest!

  56. Linda says:

    5 stars
    Easy to make and so delicious.

  57. CHRISTINA says:

    agreat recipe the lasagna is new menu I don’t have a stove but I make many meals in the crackpot

  58. K.J. says:

    Easy, convenient and delicious!!!!!

  59. Carrie Barnard says:

    Yes I would, Save that beef for another dinner. I’ve made it with beef ravioli and it is still delicious!

  60. Pam Johnson says:

    Hi Carrie, I accidentally bought beef ravoli, would you leave off the hamburger meat?

  61. Barbara says:

    5 stars
    So easy and delish. Always a hit at a pot luck.

  62. Taccara says:

    I just made this tonight and the kids ate it all wow it was delicious.

  63. Jeanette says:

    5 stars
    I’ve made this several times and my family loves it. It’s so simply & easy but full of flavor.

    I have this in the crockpot for supper tonight ?

  64. Becky phelps says:

    5 stars
    So easy and delish my family loves

  65. Joyce says:

    5 stars
    My grandkids love this. I have made it in crockpot and oven.

  66. Janet Brown says:

    5 stars
    My children’s absolute favorite meal. When they walk thru the door after school, they know when I make this.

  67. Carol Elburg says:

    My go to lasagna recipe.

  68. Carolyn Walker says:

    I love this recipe. It’s not only easy but it’s delicious

  69. Annie Asmus says:

    I made this recipe. I loved how it tasted. I was also able to take it with me to work.

  70. Stacey Kosiek says:

    5 stars
    Very good!

  71. Alicia Martin says:

    So EASY & so good! I love lasagna but would only make it in hamburger helper form UNTIL this was found…this is the way to do dinner!!! So good and so thankful to have found this site!! This is what lead me to the lazy day cooking club…a GAME CHANGER!!!

  72. Sarah Saunders says:

    5 stars
    So delicious!

  73. Lethabo Dubazana says:

    This is such an amazing recipe. I love it to death.
    I highly recommend this keto lasagne to all my ketogenic brothers and sisters.

  74. Bonnie Allison says:

    This is so easy and so good!

  75. Sandie Peters says:

    I’ve made this a few times, it’s on the menu for next week. Easy simple and the whole family will eat it.

  76. Michelle Doherty says:

    5 stars
    Great recipe for a easy weeknight lasagne!!!

  77. Brenda Higgins says:

    5 stars
    This recipe was so simple and easy. My family loved it.

  78. Cynthia Dunn says:

    5 stars
    I have picky eaters and this was absolutely amazing every one loved it ????????

  79. Julie McGuire says:

    I loved how easy it was to make the Lazy Day Lasagna. It made my house smell good all day long and my family loved it. Definitely going to make it again soon!

  80. Sharon Pogue says:

    5 stars
    This is so easy to make. I sometimes put beef ravioli in or combo of beef and cheese to mix it up some.

  81. Jacki says:

    5 stars
    This has become a family favorite!

  82. Patty A McFarland says:

    5 stars
    I make this all the time! It is amazing and so easy to make! Everyone I’ve shared it with loves it also.

  83. Megan Reasoner says:

    5 stars
    This was my very first recipe that I tried from Eating on a Dime. I was absolutely floored on how good it was. I was sold!

  84. Shelli says:

    5 stars
    Very seldom do I find a recipe that all 3 of my boys LOVE and this was a WINNER for sure! I love it because it was so fast and easy. I wasn’t sure how much I’d like it because I’m not a huge fan of ravioli but I loved it too! This will DEFINATELY be on our meal rotation 🙂

  85. Debbie Rawson says:

    So easy & Absolutely Delicious’n

  86. Jeanette says:

    5 stars
    Absolutely love this one. It’s so good & very easy to make. It’s great when you want homemade lasagna, but don’t have the time to make it.

  87. Cindy Noelk says:

    5 stars
    easy to make and delicious.

  88. Jenn says:

    5 stars
    Love this idea and recipe for a quick dinner for the family, i used meatballs as well when i didn’t have ground beef.

  89. Mona Terrell says:

    It was so easy to make. It was so good,my whole family loved this recipe

  90. Angela Hilton says:

    I cant wait to try this one i love lasagna

  91. sherri says:

    5 stars
    This is a hit in our house! It is so good! We serve it with a side salad &/or garlic bread & the leftovers are amazing!

  92. Megan Stone says:

    This looks delicious!!!

  93. Franceen says:

    5 stars
    The Lazy Day lasagna is the best, the same taste of lasagna with half the mess. My son’s and I both love this recipe. So much easier to make send the regular lasagna.

  94. Carrie says:

    You can find the oven version of this recipe here. I hope you enjoy it!

  95. Deb says:

    If you want to bake in oven how long and what temp

  96. Kathryn Canty says:

    5 stars
    This is such a delicious smelling recipe to come home to after working all day! I love how this is such a meal in itself, and super easy to come home, make a salad, and dinner is DONE!

  97. Carrie says:

    I’m so glad you enjoyed it Sandie – Thank you for taking the time to leave a review.

  98. Sandie says:

    5 stars
    Hi Carrie, I want to say I love this recipe. I have made it in the crock pot but also in a 9×9 baking dish. I made it for a neighbor of mine as she had just gotten out of the hospital from hip surgery and knew she would not be up to cooking. Her family said it was so good. I served it with Garlic Bread and a side salad.

  99. Linda Taylor says:

    We love this lasagna. My husbund hates food in crockpot but he loves this. Any time hes hungry for Italian food he ask for this.

  100. Dawn Heart says:

    5 stars
    So easy! So delicious!! I’ve been known to use jar pasta sauce for this recipe when I don’t have canned tomatoes on hand, but I still add the spices recommended to give it a bit more punch. Family loves it. Thank you Carrie!

  101. Danielle says:

    5 stars
    An easy comfort food! My kids favorite!

  102. Lizzy Negrini says:

    5 stars
    This was the very first LDCC recipe I ever made and I have been hooked on the club ever since ….absolutely delicious and so easy to make.

  103. Beth Presley says:

    Love this ex lasagna recipie, so delicious and all my kids loved it! It’s a win-win!!!

  104. Julie says:

    5 stars
    My kids love this! Even my husband! Great recipe if you forgot to plan supper and you can throw this together quickly in the crockpot and it’s ready in 4 hrs! Amazing!

  105. Catherine says:

    So easy and my house smells amazing when this is cooking!

  106. Mistie says:

    5 stars
    I love this! I did make a change though. I use a jar of the 45oz Ragu spaghetti sauce instead of the cans of tomatoes. It gives it more flavor I think.

  107. Aj says:

    5 stars
    I made this for Thanksgiving.
    It is Wonderful !!!
    Thank you !

  108. Carrie says:

    Great idea! Thanks for sharing!

  109. Michelle says:

    5 stars
    This is really good. Since there are just 2 of us and my crockpot is smaller I froze half of the meat sauce and just used half of everything to make the recipe. Added a block of Mozzerella and 250g package of fresh ravioli. Today I am using the frozen half for a quick meal – just adding cheese and ravioli.

  110. Carrie says:

    I would cook it on low for 3 hours with the refrigerated ravioli. Thank you!

  111. RW says:

    I don’t have frozen ravioli but do have a package of the ones you refrigerate. How long in crock pot since they aren’t frozen?

  112. Ella says:

    I always for the the lazy day lasagna but I have to pass on by because I never buy frozen ravioli to have “on hand.” Oh, well. Glad everyone else likes it. I make an easy ziti instead.

  113. Emma wong says:

    If I made this in the oven how long should I bake it?

  114. Rosalie says:

    Making this for dinner tonight for my boyfriend birthday.it looks good and easy to make

  115. Debbie says:

    This was so GOOD and so EASY. I don’t think I will ever make traditional lasagna again. I used 2 jars of pasta sauce, 1 lb. ground beef and 1/2 lb Italian sausage. Everyone loved it.

  116. Carrie says:

    If making this in the instant pot, I would add 1 cup of water or beef broth and cook on high pressure for 4 minutes with a quick release. Thank you!

  117. Carrie says:

    If the amounts can layer in your crock pot, I think you’ll be fine and it should not boil over. I would extend the cook time by 1 hour. Thank you!

  118. Curtis MURRAY says:

    Looks great, how about 1 hour on high in an “Insty-Pot?

  119. Ra says:

    Sounds great! My crockpot is only 4.5 quart. Should I half the recipe to prevent boil over? If this fits in the 4.5 quart, how much longer should it cook? High or low?
    Thank you!

  120. Carrie says:

    Great to hear. Thank you so much for sharing!

  121. Bobbie says:

    Making this for the second time. My husband loves it. I followed the recipe exactly both times. I will never make regular lasagna again. This is my go to. Thanks for a great recipe!

  122. Bobbie says:

    5 stars
    Making this for the second time. My husband loves it. Followed recipe exactly and comes out perfectly. Will never make regular lasagna again. Thanks for this great recipe!

  123. Bobbie says:

    Great recipe cooking now. Second time I made it and my husband loves it. Followed recipe exactly perfect. Thanks for this simple recipe!

  124. Carrie says:

    Thank you!

  125. Lesa Lakin-Sparling says:

    5 stars
    Hi Carrie ?,
    I already posted a comment about this fantastic recipe ????? But I forgot to rate it with 5 stars ????? Congratulations on almost hitting 2 million followers ?
    And on your marriage You looked so gorgeous.?????
    May ya’ll have the greatest honeymoon and be Blessed immensely in your marriage and as a Blended family ????????
    We love ya’ll ????????

  126. Lesa Lakin-Sparling says:

    My husband just loves it when I make this recipe! I’m making it again tonight for dinner. The only thing I do different is that I use garlic powder, and then I season my sauce with about a 1/4 teaspoon of the pink Himalayan salt. I also season my ground beef with a little fresh ground black pepper, garlic powder, and the Pink Himalayan salt to give the ground beef a little extra flavor. I found that by using garlic powder instead of the garlic salt which I use 1 Tablespoon then 1/4 teaspoon of the pink Himalayan salt your sauce isn’t as salty and it comes out flavoured perfectly! Also we don’t really care for mozzarella cheese as we find that when it starts to cool off it tends to get a little rubbery. I buy the Italian cheese blend that is pretty shredded. You can find it at Walmart, County Market. I use about 3 cups and Parmesan cheese. If turns out so yummy. And tastes exactly like homemade lasagna! I’ve had so many compliments on it.

  127. Carrie says:

    I think it would work to cook on high for 2 hours. Thanks!

  128. Bee says:

    How did it turn out when cooked on high for 2 hrs?

  129. Carrie says:

    Great idea Jena!

  130. Jena Blocker says:

    5 stars
    I’m using beef ravioli this time to make it even more “lazy”. I usually put ricotta between the layers and I cook it on high for 2 hours and it turns out great every time.

  131. Carrie says:

    Audress – Great ideas! I’m glad it turned out great 🙂

  132. Audress E Kovacs says:

    I used mushroom ravioli. Also, I combined 2 cans crushed tomatoes and 1 can petite diced tomatoes. I only used 1/2 tbs garlic powder NOT salt. I mixed 2 cups mozzarella and a small container of ricotta cheese. This mixture turned out great!
    Next time I plan to add eggplant and spinach. See what happens.

  133. Fran says:

    5 stars
    What is the name of the utensil you use to brown the meat in the video?

  134. Staci says:

    5 stars
    Love this easy recipe! I usually add 1 can petite diced tomatoes, 2 cans tomato sauce, and 1 jar Prego spaghetti sauce with Italian sausage. I use chopped garlic, and garlic powder in the meat while it’s cooking. I add 1 tsp sugar to cut down on the acid from the tomatoes. I buy 3 pkgs of shredded 6 cheese Italian blend. Be sure to add your seasoning to your beef while it’s cooking, as well as to the sauce while it’s simmering. I layered my CP meat sauce, frozen cheese ravioli, and 1 pkg shredded cheese. I make about 3 layers doing this ending with cheese on top. I then cook it for 3 hours on high, and check to see if raviolis are done using a fork. I let rest for 15-20 minutes so it can firm up then serve. My family loves it!!!! I’m making it now for my birthday dinner. No more cooking for 5 hours making homemade lasagna for me!

  135. Sue M. says:

    5 stars
    I’m a good cook except when it comes to lasagna. I made this yesterday and it turned out awesome. I used turkey Italian sausage instead of beef and the flavor was amazing. I also used a 9×13 pan instead of the crock pot since I want to cut in squares and freeze the leftovers.

  136. Sarah W says:

    5 stars
    This recipe turned out great (and I was actually surprised at how inexpensive cheese ravioli turned out to be). It was really simple and 4 hours as a cook time from frozen was really convenient–i get home from work before the rest of my household and was able to make it after work and still eat at a semi-reasonable hour. We did find that it fell apart when scooping it out of the crock pot though. Any suggestions for how to keep it together when serving?

  137. Carrie says:

    Fantastic Russ

  138. Carrie says:

    About 10

  139. Carrie says:

    Hi, we are slowing adding serving size to our recipes, this serves my family of 10 .

  140. Carrie says:

    So glad you loved it,

  141. Carrie says:

    Yes, thats a fantastic idea

  142. Carrie says:

    I would think that should work , let us know how it turned out.

  143. Carrie says:

    Yes but I would cut the recipe in half.

  144. Carrie says:

    No, just put in frozen.

  145. Carrie says:

    That is fantastic Shirley, Glad it was a hit!!

  146. Carrie says:

    yes, that should work out great.

  147. Roger says:

    5 stars
    family favorite.

  148. Monica says:

    Can u use oven ready noodles instead of ravioli

  149. Elizabeth Winder says:

    5 stars
    I CAN NOT WAIT 2 TRY!!!!

  150. Patty says:

    Can I use this same recipe in a 5-qt Crock Pot? Same cook time, etc?

  151. Monica says:

    Turned out great! Plenty of leftovers!!

  152. Nicole Maxwell says:

    5 stars
    I just love this recipe. It’s so easy to make and I have to have two different crockpots going of this because my family loves it so much. I also add ricotta to mines.

  153. Jayce says:

    So you don’t have to cook the ravioli before putting it in the crockpot?

  154. Shirley says:

    5 stars
    Made this recently for a girlfriend and her family. She asked for the recipe and commented that it was “the best lasagna she has ever tried!”
    Will be making this again!

  155. Laurie Betts says:

    5 stars
    I’m cooking the meat now….so can’t wait…

  156. Ray says:

    4 stars
    Could this be done in a 4 quart crock pot?

  157. Jan says:

    5 stars
    Made this with plain uncooked lasagne noodles and ricotta / cottage cheese. It turned out GREAT. This is a favorite dinner at horse shows ‘cause the crockpot does most of the work. Thanks for posting the recipe.

  158. Suzan says:

    5 stars
    Turned out amazing! My husband is making it tonight for Mother’s Day!

  159. Kirk says:

    5 stars
    mine is in the slow cooker right now waiting for me to get home this is one of our favorites it is my daughter’s favorite turns out great every time I like to use one large can of crushed tomatoes and one jar of spaghetti sauce!!?

  160. Jannine says:

    5 stars
    I am making this tonight keeping fingers crossed it works well. Someone had asked about how to make it veggie depending on how this work I am gonna try mushroom ravs next. Thanks for the great Idea.

  161. Linda says:

    If I use spaghetti sauce instead of the cans of tomatoes, how much should I use? So anxious to try this. Thank you.

  162. Christine says:

    Question can you use Beef Ravioli instead of Cheese ? I want to make it tomorrow for dinner

  163. Carrie says:

    No, I don’t thaw, thanks so much , Let us know how it turns out for you. .

  164. Suzan says:

    Looks yummy! Do you thaw the ravioli before you put it on? Worried about the sauce being watery if they are left frozen…

  165. Carrie says:

    Yes , I have used both with good luck. thanks Sara

  166. Sara says:

    Is it okay to use refrigerated ravioli ? My store didn’t have any frozen ones.

  167. Beth says:

    How could you turn this in to veggie “lasagna”? Thanks

  168. Sarah says:

    Can you use the ready made refrigerated ravioli vs frozen?

  169. Leah says:

    So do you cook the ravioli or put it in frozen?

  170. Wendy says:

    Do you thaw the ravioli first, or use it frozen?

  171. Debbie says:

    5 stars
    If I throw it together the night before Leaving it in fridge over night. Then turning it on later the next day…
    Would it work? Or would the ravioli get soggy? It looks GREAT. Haven’t tired it yet but we will tomorrow.

  172. Shannon says:

    5 stars
    How long would you cook if it unfrozen fresh ravioli ?

  173. Donna says:

    Can you layer that with ricotta

  174. T says:

    Looks good, but definitely not cheap. The frozen beef ravioli is almost $5.00 a bag here, and it looks like I’d need 2 bags. Will still try it though.

  175. Carla says:

    5 stars
    Could cheese tortellini be substituted for the raveoli?

  176. Kelly says:

    Did anyone else’s come out really watery? We haven’t taken any out to eat yet, it’s doing the 15 minutes of sitting while I warm my bread. But mine looks quite watery on the sides.

  177. Laura LeBrun says:

    I accidently bought beef ravioli can I still make it work?

  178. Jennifer Fithian says:

    4 stars
    Do you cook the raviolis before you put them in the Crock-Pot?

  179. Brenda says:

    This is what’s for supper tonight along with cheesy Texas Toast. Going to use spaghetti sauce instead of whole tomatoes so my husband will eat it. Yummy

  180. Nancy maack says:

    Could you make a large batch in a roaster for a large group

  181. Dawn says:

    5 stars
    Can’t get frozen ravioli what could I used instead love your recipes

  182. Kari says:

    I used spiced up prego instead of tomatoes. Was awesome.

  183. Kari says:

    Made it last night. Omg….yummy! Will definitely be making this again and again.
    Can’t get any easier and less time and money than making a pan of lasagna.

  184. Kristin B says:

    Does this feed your family? Or can it be doubled maybe in a roaster?

  185. Kathy says:

    When you put the raviolis in are they till frozen?

  186. Kathy says:

    When you t the raviolis in are they l frozen?

  187. Patricia says:

    Trying this tonight but it was last minute so put it on high for 2 hours and pray it comes out OK. Uses fresh mozzarella instead of shredded…..fingers crossed!

  188. Renee says:

    Have you tried the Taco pie if use the hamburger and corn and cheese with Biscuits on top

  189. Tammy says:

    5 stars
    I just had to try and make this delicious recipe! Im waiting on it to get done! It’s really looking good??Thanks??a bunch ??Tammy??

  190. Doris Shea says:

    5 stars
    I used the bigger raviolis, the round ones. I also added fresh mushrooms to the sauce, onions and garlic as well. Really tasty.

  191. Yvonne says:

    Any chance you could use other cheeses? I don’t have enough mozzarella ?

  192. Miss Terri moore says:

    I do used more over with crockpot lot like porkchope . Chicken . Soup thing like do so easy to fix thanks Terri ?

  193. Mike says:

    Do you boil the ravioi or put them in rozen

  194. Lynn Ellison-Murphy says:

    Can I put it on high for 2 hours instead of low for 4 hours?

  195. Kanete' says:

    How many layers of each do you usually end up with in the crockpot? Thanks!

  196. Dorcas says:

    5 stars
    On my way to the store.

  197. Dorcas says:

    Do you put the ravioli in there while frozen?

  198. Michele Rabbito says:

    Do you put the ravioli in there frozen ?

  199. Peggy says:

    5 stars
    if i use lasagne noodles cook them but not all the way thru, still 4 hours on low in crock pot?

  200. Cindy says:

    Can you cook on high for 2 hours? Just trying to shorten cook time.

  201. Gay Stephens says:

    5 stars
    This is great. I’ve made it several times.

  202. Malissa Sims says:

    5 stars
    I made this for dinner tonight. The changes I made was i added sweet Italian sausage to the hamburger, in the sauce I added fennel, 2 garlic cloves, basil, parsley, Italian seasoning, 2 tbs sugar. It was absolutely amazing. I also did a vegitarian style with spinach for my daughter… yummmmmmm! They all loved it.

  203. Ashley says:

    Do you pre cook ravioli?

  204. Carla says:

    5 stars
    If you are vegetarian, you could just omit the meat. My granddaughter would luv it.

  205. mikkie says:

    going to the store so i can make this tomorrow cant wait

  206. Lois Mattingly says:

    Do u think it would be ok to cook it on high for an hour and then turn down to low for an hour?

  207. Jessie says:

    5 stars
    This is delicious just the way it is. So easy. My kids love it as much as I do. Thank you!

  208. Gregg Stebbins says:

    5 stars
    wish you would put in the serving size, you know, how many it feeds?

  209. Janice simpson,somerset ky says:

    5 stars
    Ive made it a lot since I found the recipe. Its very easy and taste very good. Only thing I’ve found a problem is that alot of grocery stores doesnt have crushed tomatoes. Walmart carries all the items and it doesn’t cost much for a family.

  210. Jessie Yauch says:

    5 stars
    Can you use edamame noodles and stir in riocotta cheese? My family is carb free and it’s hard making our old favorite comfy foods so I’m trying to keep things interesting here. This looks great I just wouldn’t know when to add the edamame. Thanks

  211. Louise says:

    Made it today it was good. This a great way to have lasagna on hot day without heating up the house.

  212. Melissa says:

    5 stars
    Would you cook the sausage before? If you were to substitute

  213. Carrie says:

    Yes you can! HEre is a lightly different version where you bake it here -http://www.eatingonadime.com/easy-baked-ravioli-recipe/

  214. Beth Cooper says:

    Can you bake this dish?

  215. Scott Weddington says:

    4 stars
    I use frozen Italian meatballs instead of hamburger meat

  216. Michelle K. says:

    5 stars
    I made this today using spaghetti sauce, and instead of meat, we used spinach. Next time we are trying zucchini and eggplant. I also added some ricotta… this was a major hit with my family!!

  217. Susan L. says:

    Hi. If I were to bake it, what temp and for how long?

  218. Carrie says:

    I would say 6-8 people

  219. Debbie says:

    About how many people would you say this serves?

  220. Eileen says:

    5 stars
    Hi Carrie!
    WOW! I made this Lasagna a couple of days ago! (I did add a few more spices, and a chopped onion.) It instantly rose to the title of FAVORITE LASAGNA EVER category!!! Thanks! I love it!

  221. Debbie Jean says:

    5 stars
    Oh Carrie! You hit the jackpot on this one!!! We had it tonight with our neighbors as our guinea pigs, uh, I mean as our dinner guests, and we ALL LOVED IT!!!! This is definitely a keeper recipe. And so easy to make. I never would have thought to use ravioli, but I loved the flavor it gave. I followed your recipe exactly except I didn’t have enough crushed tomatoes, so I used a can of spaghetti sauce. It made so much that we all will have leftovers tomorrow. Out of 5 stars, I give this recipe a 10 because of ease and flavor! Thank you! Debbie

  222. Debbie Jean says:

    I just put this in the crockpot and was so simple and quick to put together. I’ll let you know how mine turns out. Inviting the neighbors over for dinner, so fingers crossed! Debbie

  223. Wendy says:

    How many will this feed?

  224. Rhonda says:

    If you decide to bake it, how long would you bake it for?

  225. Phil says:

    I used the spaghetti sauces instead of the tomatoes works great taste awesome

  226. Sue says:

    If I throw it together the night before Leaving it in fridge over night. Then turning it on later the next day…
    Would it work? Or would the ravioli get soggy?

  227. Carrie says:

    I think that would work out great. enjoy

  228. Michele Sullivan says:

    What about just using spaghetti sauce instead of the tomatoes and seasonings?

  229. Carrie says:

    Great , I am sure you will love it.

  230. Ebbony says:

    We are trying this today starting it as we speak so excited looks so good

  231. Sarah says:

    Could you cook on high for 2 hours? Thanks!

  232. Carrie says:

    Hi Patty, either will work but I usually grate my own. thanks for trying and I hope it turns out fantastic for you.

  233. Patty Allen says:

    Yes I know this may be a stupid question but is the parmesan cheese from a can or in the dairy?

  234. Tracey says:

    I made some last night , quick and easy to do .. cooked in slow cooker for only 1 hr cause the meat was already cooked before putting in pot .. YUMMO ?

  235. Dawn says:

    Does the ravioli need to be thawed first

  236. Sara says:

    4 stars
    Instead of doing this on low for 4 hours in the crock pot would 2 hours on high work as well?

  237. Brenda says:

    I made this last weekend. It was very tasty but too salty for my taste. I’d reduce the garlic salt to 1 teaspoon or use minced garlic and salt to taste.

  238. Patty Sperhake says:

    Do you thaw the ravioli or use frozen?

  239. Patti says:

    Can this recipe be doubled in a 7 qt. crockpot? My daughter wants leftovers for lunch the next day? My kids loved it the first time I made it.

  240. Angela says:

    I threw in a jar of Ragu basil and garlic sauce! Mmmmmmm.

  241. Angela says:

    My crockpot is deep not wide should I cook time differently?

  242. Dalila R says:

    I tried this recipe but it burned along the edges and had to turn it off after 3 1/2 hours. Very disappointing in the crock pot but possibly better in the oven.

  243. Donna says:

    5 stars
    I made this the other day and it was delicious! Because it’s just me, I used my 1.5 qt. crock pot and saved the leftover sauce, cheese and ravioli for another batch. I suspect this would freeze well too! Thanks for the great recipe.

  244. Kathy says:

    Ok I made this today. It is very good. A couple things. Do NOT get little raviolis I do not think they have as much Cheese in them. After 4 hrs mine was not done so baked it for an hour at 350.!that was too long. Maybe 30 min if you want like baked lasagna.

  245. Julie Romie says:

    5 stars
    Very easy and tastes great.

  246. Julie Romie says:

    Is there a nutritional list with this?

  247. Julia Thies says:

    I made this dish! what a great meal. I used my own home made sauce and added the other ingredients into my crock pot, set for four hours on low and turned out delicious!!

  248. Stephany W says:

    5 stars
    This is the best lasagna I’ve ever had…I don’t make it the traditional way anymore…

  249. Lisa Drew says:

    Hello! It looks wonderful. Could you use canned ravioli instead of frozen?

  250. TLyn says:

    5 stars
    Could you cook on high for a shorter cook ?

  251. Lora says:

    Could I cook in high for less time or mix high and low??

  252. Lora says:

    Could you cook on high for less time??

  253. Steve says:

    I want to try this but one tablespoon of garlic salt seems like way too much. What about using garlic powder instead to cut down on the salt as most of the other ingredients especially the cheese already contain plenty of salt?

  254. Kim says:

    How many does this recipe serve

  255. Russ Bucholtz says:

    5 stars
    I’ve made this 4 times now. I added a small can of tomato sauce with Italian seasoning as well as 2x the garlic as per request from my family. So delicious. I’ve also experimented with different ravioli but the five cheese blend seems to be the best. Thank you!

  256. Becky says:

    Could you omit meat in the sauce and use frozen beef ravioli and spaghetti sauce?

  257. Linda Webster says:

    4 stars
    How many does it serve. Didn’t see but maybe I missed it.

  258. Linda Webster says:

    Maybe I missed but don’t see how many this recipe serves?

  259. Pam says:

    My family doesn’t like crushed or whole tomatoes, could I used a prepared sause like Prego instead? Would you use 1 or 2 jars?

  260. Pam says:

    My family doesn’t like crushed or whole tomatoes, could I used a prepared sause like Prego instead?

  261. Veronica says:

    Can it be left to cook for longer, say 9 hours or would it dry out and burn? Or can it cook on high for 2 1/2 hrs?

  262. Lindy Franzen says:

    Do you drain the tomatoes? Anxious to whip this up!

  263. Amy says:

    If making for 8 people, would I need to double the recipe?

  264. Amy says:

    if I want to make this for 8 people, would I need to double the recipe?

  265. Beckbh says:

    5 stars
    I made this last night & even my way picky daughter loved it! This recipe is yummy & easy! Thanks for sharing. ?

  266. Jennifer says:

    You mentioned it will feed your whole family. How many people do you feed with this recipe as it is?

  267. Michelle says:

    If you put it in the oven, how long should it cook and at what temperature?

  268. DIANA LYNN PELLA says:

    I’m making it right now in my crock pot..
    Smells sooooooooo DELICIOUS too. !!

  269. Deborah says:

    This sounds yummy! Thank you for the great idea!

  270. Sue Barnhardt says:

    I made this it is absolutely the best and no time to prepare…no mess..the recipe makes a lot..I had 4 adults for dinner and still had enough for another meal…

  271. Linda says:

    Could you use the same amount of pasta sauce instead of tomatoes?

  272. Les M says:

    The only thing I’m changing from my 1st try (it still was inhaled, including by my picky eater 😉 ) is to add more crushed tomatoes – 2 28 oz cans. It needed slightly more, for our taste.

  273. Bonnie says:

    Do you place frozen, thawed, or cooked ravioli in crockpot?

  274. Juls says:

    I would add mushrooms and maybe use the spinach ravioli and a touch of red pepper seasoning with ground turkey sausage

  275. Mark says:

    Can you shorten the cooking time? Say like 2hrs on high or 1 hr on high and 3 on low???

  276. Linda says:

    Could you substitute Pasta Sauce for the crushed tomatoes?

  277. Doug says:

    5 stars
    I’m not a cook; I’m a retired guy who every now and then likes to try to cook something for my wife and me to give her a break. I made the Lazy Day Crock pot Lasagne tonight and it was surprisingly good. Not surprising from a standpoint of this web site, but surprising since I was able to make it!

    The crushed tomatoes that I used had salt added, so with the garlic salt, it was a little TOO salty. Next time I’ll just use garlic powder if the crushed tomatoes have salt in it. And we didn’t have 4 cups of mozzarella on hand, only had 3 cups. And it worked out quite well with just 3. Also, we were a little anxious to eat and forgot to let it sit for about 15 minutes so it was a little runny (but only for the first helping). I probably overate it was so good.

    Thank you Carrie.

  278. Bev says:

    5 stars
    Fixed this recipe tonight and it was delicious. Definitely will be making again.

  279. Lisa montesanti says:

    I made it for dinner was great but next time I’m going to cut the salt down to 1teaspoon instead of 1 tablespoon , I also doubled the recipe and baked in the oven

  280. Carrie says:

    Yes, I would just make sure you add in ricotta cheese too. The ravioli already have the cheese inside. 🙂

  281. Samantha says:

    Instead of the ravioli…do you think the no-cook lasagne noodles would work?

  282. Stacy says:

    Are the raviolis frozen when they go in or should I cook them

  283. Vivian says:

    This looks good. I’m thinking it will be on our rotation also. Thanks for sharing.

  284. Marla Svehla says:

    How many servings does this recipe make?

  285. Louise says:

    Do you put The ravioli in the crockpot frozen?

  286. Margaret Case says:

    4 stars
    I would use Italian Sausage Ravioli

  287. Al says:

    How many servings do u get??

  288. Susan says:

    How much tomatoe sauce should you use if not using crushed tomatoes? I have some jarrred sauce on hand.

  289. MARLA says:

    I saw another version of this – almost identical – except it said cook on HIGH for 4 hours…..does it need to be in HIGH or LOW heat?

  290. Candace says:

    How many servings does it make?

  291. Lisa says:

    I only have about 3 hours. Can I cook it on high for an hour and low for 2 hours?

  292. Danielle says:

    Has anyone done beef ravioli and just a spaghetti sauce?

  293. Elvia says:

    5 stars
    Made it 2 weeks ago and it was a big hit!!! We loved it so much gonna make it again today. I used Italian sausage instead ???

  294. Diane says:

    Can u use Lasagna noodles instead of Ravoili?

  295. Kdarosa says:

    How long if you bake it and temperature? Please

  296. Debby McCulloch says:

    5 stars
    Can’t u use lasagna noodles instead of cheese ravioli?

  297. Kathy says:

    Could you make this using lasagna noodles?

  298. Greta Burns says:

    How long and at what temp. would you bake it?

  299. Lusa says:

    5 stars
    I would use the meat raviolis as my family doesn’t like cheese raviolis. But definitely will try.

  300. Carrie says:

    Asha, you could bake it.

  301. Asha says:

    Do u have to use a crock pot

  302. Pal says:

    Do not use 1 tablespoon of garlic salt……maybe a half or quarter…soooooo salty !…plus I had to use a jar of spaghetti sauce and brown sugar to cut down all the salt.I hope it turns out.

  303. Taryn Sims says:

    4 stars
    I added onions and 2 cloves of garlic to meat sauce, along with spices and it was delicious

  304. MIssy Anderson says:

    5 stars
    maybe put in a couple layers of ricotta and parmesan ..love the idea of using the ravioli

  305. Kimberly says:

    Can you use regular lasagna noodles?

  306. Kristinia says:

    5 stars
    I am going to make this this weekend! Looks delicious!

  307. Kathy Anderson says:

    looks yummy and most of all, easy

  308. Tami Hughes says:

    5 stars
    Looks wonderful going to try!!!

  309. Rebecca says:

    I wonder How the no cook lasagne noodles would work…?

  310. amber says:

    That’s not lasagna. It’s meat ravioli….

  311. Tracy says:

    I just made this today and it was super easy (as I am not the best cook and I need easy). It was oh sooooo good!! I highly recommend this! We are busy every day of the week so the fact I can make it in a crockpot sure makes life easier!! Thank you!

  312. Pierce K Mason says:

    5 stars
    Just what the Dr. ordered for the Falcons game tomorrow.

    Cheers ya’ll

  313. Victoria Figueroa says:

    5 stars
    I am I interested in your recipes. Send more of them. Thank u

  314. Carl Sanders says:

    I am going to try it tomorrow !!

  315. T says:

    Sounds really interesting.

  316. Sherri wyatt says:

    Add some mushrooms, peppers and onions to sauce. Add some ricotta cheese between layers.

  317. Margaret says:

    Add a tablespoon of sugar to the meat sauce to cut the acid in the tomatoes.

  318. Frances says:

    Beef is misspelled

  319. Susan says:

    Can I use lasagna noodles instead of frozen cheese ravioli and spaghetti sauce instead of crushed tomatoes