These lasagna roll ups are filled with sweet Italian sausage, spinach, ricotta cheese, and a zesty marinara tomato sauce. They’re just as comforting and filling as traditional lasagna, but they’re a lot easier to make and they take less time to bake!
Confession: I’m a horrible procrastinator. Wait…that didn’t sound right. I’m not horrible at it. Actually, I’m a great procrastinator. Stellar, really. This post should have been written two weeks ago. But I procrastinated and now here we are, almost at the end of the year. Wait. I can explain.
I had a huge burst of kitchen energy the week after Thanksgiving, and I spent most of it in the kitchen cooking and baking. I even took some great photos. But then the memory card from my camera went missing for a few hours and as I was looking for it, I noticed that it was snowing. Snow depresses me, friends.
Why do I live in Wisconsin? It’s all about the cheese and the greatest football team in the nation, baby!
Anyhoo, I got all bummed out about the snow, so I decided to curl up under a comfy blanket and listen to some Moody Blues. ‘Cause there’s nothing better than listening to depressing music when you’re depressed.
M’kay, maybe not.
So I ended up falling asleep for a nice afternoon nap, after which, I woke up feeling like I could eat an entire slow cooker full of Italian beef.
When I opened the door to the fridge, these little lasagna roll ups were the first thing to call my name and wave at me. So the gorgeous bundles were eaten before I had a chance to take photos of them.
Fast forward 2 weeks and I made another batch of them. This batch. Which didn’t turn out nearly as pretty as the first time, but dang, they sure were delicious!
Lasagna roll ups are the perfect comfort food when you’re cold, depressed, and stuck in a horrible rut of procrastination. Or just when you’re feeling awesome and just looking for something delicious to eat for dinner.
Whatever you do, don’t forget dessert. I recommend some key lime cheesecake, or if you’re into chocolate, how about a double chocolate bundt cake. It’s topped with my fabulously famous 3-ingredient chocolate ganache (made without heavy cream!)
OK. Now back to this lasagna recipe.
What fillings will you use in your lasagna roll ups?