Got leftover hard-boiled Easter eggs? Here's the perfect use for them -- in this yummy lasagna recipe. Oh yah -- we're serious!
Are you ready? Are you ready to make a lasagna so cleverly quick and delish, you may just pat yourself on the back for the rest of the night? Better yet, what if we told you that this super fab dish won't just make you proud, it will also rid you of all those pesky Easter egg leftovers?
Oh yes. We've got a winner with this Easter Egg Lasagna
And the winner is YOU. Because this recipe isn't just quick. It isn't just clever. It doesn't just swap out traditional noodles and ricotta and all those other tedious ingredients for super snappy cheese ravioli. No. this recipe is sooo much more. It's inspired by the "real" Italian way of making lasagna…which includes slices of hard boiled eggs. Sound strange? You gotta try it to believe how good and creamy that extra layer can be!
Here's how to make this Easter Egg lasagna in your own kitchen…
Nab some pre-made cheese ravioli from the frozen food section of your local grocer. Toss those puppies right into the bottom of a baking dish, making your first layer of "noodles" and "cheese." I mean, for reals. It doesn't get any easier than this!
Spread a layer of Muir Glen spaghetti sauce over the ravioli layer. Okay. Maybe it does get easier. Because that.was.eeeeasy.
Sliced hard-boiled Easter eggs go right on top of your sauce.
And cheese. You gotta add-a the cheese-a!
Now gimme another layer of ravioli, sauce, and cheese. And you're ready to bake this lasagna and make all your wildest dreams come true.
Once you pull your lasagna out of the oven, allow it to sit and set for about 15 minutes before slicing and serving.
By all means, what're you waiting for?! It's time to eat dinna! Salud!
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