Bloom Everyday

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Super Easy Baked Pasta

This is a great meal to make with the crockpot tomato sauce I made the other night. Super fast and super easy!


W
hat You Will Need:

pasta, 1 1/2 pounds cooked
tomato sauce
ricotta cheese, 1 container
italian seasoning, 1/2 tablesppon
grated parm, 1/4 cup
salt & pepper
garlic powder, 1 teaspoon
chili powder, 1 teaspoon
parm, shredded

1. Mix together ricotta cheese mixture of everything from ricotta cheese to garlic powder.


2. Put cooked pasta in a large baking dish. Put in red sauce.

3. Mix in a few scoops of the ricotta slightly.

4. Put a few ricotta dollops on top with shredded parm cheese.

5. Bake in 350 degree until cheese is melty.

A perfect weeknight meal!

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7 Comments»

  Tipsy Lucy wrote @

That looks so good! I was hoping to find a delicious recipe before I had to the grocery store today. I’ll be making this tonight! Thank you.

  bloomeveryday wrote @

Enjoy it – it is so easy and really satisfying. Perfect for a brisk Fall evening. đŸ™‚

  frugalfeeding wrote @

This is a great idea, it looks utterly delicious. I had something similar a few nights ago after work.

  Angie’s Recipes wrote @

My type of comfort food, esp. when it’s cold and windy..

  Liz wrote @

What a cheesy, comforting dish!! Perfect for this cooler weather…and I bet the kitchen smells delicious when this is baking! Have a great Sunday~

  Carolyn wrote @

That looks delicious and so easy! Thanks for sharing!

  Ramona wrote @

What a wonderful pasta dinner. My family loves this kind of meal. : )


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