Ravioli Lasagna is a delicious mix of two favorite pasta dishes. This cheesy ravioli casserole is made with layers of ravioli, marinara sauce mixed with Italian sausage, and plenty of cheese. It’s an easy lasagna recipe with an extra kick! Everyone will love this ravioli lasagna bake. It’s the perfect weeknight meal!
Ravioli Lasagna Bake
This Ravioli Lasagna Bake is cheesy, delicious, and easy to make. That’s the kind of dinner I love!
This ravioli casserole is the combination of two favorite Italian dishes: ravioli and lasagna! I love casseroles of any kind, because they’re so easy to make and they always turn out amazing. It’s a stress-free way to get dinner on the table every night!
And this Ravioli Lasagna Bake is extra amazing because it’s soooo cheesy. Every good casserole is filled with cheese, and this one has plenty of it.
We start with cheese-stuffed ravioli, layer in some Mozzarella and Parmesan, and then finish it off with more cheese. Plus there’s a blend of Italian Sausage and ground chuck mixed into the Marinara sauce for even more flavor.
This easy lasagna recipe is a great way to make a favorite dish, but with a twist! Instead of layering up loads of lasagna noodles, just use the ravioli. It’s so simple and kind of genius if you ask me. Enjoy!
This Cheesy Ravioli Lasagna Bake is the perfect pasta casserole to serve any night of the week!
Casseroles are a lifesaver during the week. It’s so easy to throw ingredients together in a casserole dish and just let it bake to perfection without having to stress over it.
This Ravioli Casserole is perfect, because the raviolis are already made. Grab some from the store (fresh or frozen), layer them into the baking dish with sauce and cheese, and you’ve got a tasty meal ready to eat! It couldn’t be easier.
This cheesy ravioli lasagna bake will impress the whole family, and it’s easy to save leftovers for round two later in the week.
How to Make Ravioli Lasagna
This ravioli lasagna recipe is so simple. There’s nothing I love more than an easy dinner recipe…except cheese, but this has plenty of that too!
How to make ravioli lasagna:
- Start by browning the ground chuck and Italian sausage in a skillet. Then transfer the meat to a plate and discard the fat.
- Place the meat back into the skillet and mix it with the marinara sauce.
- Now layer up the ravioli lasagna in the casserole dish (in this order: sauce, ravioli, sauce, Mozzarella, Parmesan, ravioli, sauce, Mozzarella, Parmesan).
- Spread 1/3 of the meat sauce into the casserole dish, then place 15 raviolis in a single layer across the dish, another 1/3 of the sauce, 1/2 the Mozzarella, and 1/2 the Parmesan. Now repeat that process a second time (ravioli, sauce, cheese).
- Cover the casserole dish and bake for 30 minutes at 375°F. Then remove the cover and bake another 15-20 minutes.
This ravioli casserole can easily be made ahead of time, frozen, and reheated. And it tastes just as good the second time around, so make sure you save all those leftovers! Check the recipe card below for full instructions.
Easy Lasagna Recipe
I LOVE lasagna. I’ve got quite a few delicious and easy lasagna recipes here on the site. and this ravioli lasagna bake is a great addition.
Using cheese ravioli in place of lasagna noodles is such a fun hack, and it makes such a tasty dish. This Ravioli Casserole is definitely a new favorite!
Try these other easy lasagna recipes:
- Dutch Oven Lasagna Recipe
- Lasagna with Meat Sauce
- Healthy Weight Watchers Lasagna
- Cheesy Seafood Lasagna Recipe
- Chicken Alfredo Lasagna Roll Ups
- Creamy White Chicken Lasagna
This Ravioli Lasagna Bake is super simple and super tasty. Everyone will love this cheesy ravioli casserole, and they’ll definitely be asking for more!
If you like this ravioli casserole, try these other easy Italian recipes:
- Chicken Alfredo Pasta Bake
- One Pan Chicken Parmesan Pasta Recipe
- Caprese Pasta Bake
- Baked Pasta Primavera with Cream Cheese Alfredo
- Fettuccine Alfredo with Sausage
- One Pan Cheese Ravioli Skillet
- Deep Fried Toasted Ravioli Recipe
- Cheesy Stuffed Shells with Meat Sauce
If you make this recipe be sure to upload a photo in the comment section below or leave a rating. Enjoy! You can also jump to recipe.
Where would the instructions for freezing and reheating this dish be?
Hi, wrap tightly in 2 layers of plastic wrap and 1 layer of aluminum foil to freeze. Preheat oven to 375°F, unwrap the lasagna, and cover with just aluminum foil. Bake from frozen for 45-60 minutes, or until heated through!
Would this still work with ground beef and shredded cheddar cheese than Italian sausage and parmesan cheese.
I think so!
I don’t see where to use the Italian seasoning…in the sauce?
Layer it in with the sauce!
I found this recipe a little confusing. It says to use a 9×13 pan and layer 15 ravioli over the meat sauce. 15 ravioli doesn’t cover across a 9×13 pan. It also calls for Italian seasoning but doesn’t tell you where to put it. I ended up using a 9×9 square pan so that I had enough meat sauce, ravioli and cheese to layer the pan. I then sprinkled the Italian seasoning on top of the last layer of cheese.
Modify to your liking if needed!
Do you think it would work with some veggies instead of meat? Vegetarian here!
Sounds so yummy and easy! Thanks!
I imagine that would be delicious!
Hello, I can’t wait to make this tonight. I’m trying to keep track of my calories right now and I’m wondering if you know how many calories would be in a serving?
Nutrition info is at the bottom of the recipe card!
I am a hesitant cook, so I followed the recipe exactly. My family loved it, and now I make it often. Thank you! I now add sliced olives and green onions, so I’m a little less hesitant at this point.
Thanks for sharing, Peg!
I make this in the crock pot, no need to cook or thaw the ravioli, cook on high for 2 1/2 hours then on low for 30 minutes
Thanks for stopping by, Vanessa!
This turned out pretty well! I was worried at first since I had forgotten I made a similar recipe from another website, and we hadn’t liked it, but this one was much better. I only had tortellini, but they worked out fine, just more of them than 30. I also only used mild Italian sausage instead of the half and half mixture, and it was perfect.
Thanks for trying it out, Helen!! I;m so happy you loved it!