Wednesday, March 4, 2020

It's Going To Be Warm Today And CrockPot Ravioli Lasagne

The weather is crazy and unpredictable.  We will be experiencing 90-degree temps today and tomorrow. The grandkids are excited because we heated up the pool for them.  It's probably been before Christmas before we all went swimming.  At the end of the week, we will be experiencing another cool snap with the weather in the high 60's Friday and Saturday.

I did get the yard mowed yesterday.  It is nice to get back on track with daily and weekly chores and not be laid up sick.  Today I will be headed to Orlando to get my haircut.  It is about a 45 min trip oneway but when you have a favorite hairstylist you do what you have to.   My dentist is still in Orlando too.  He is the best and I will definitely travel to him too.

I stopped by Aldi's with a list of a few things to pick up yesterday.  As you can see, that did not go as planned.  On the plus side I am still on budget.  Out of cash for groceries until Saturday, but still on budget.

It's nice to know I can't run to the store just because.  We have plenty of stuff and will be fine.

Today's dinner is Crockpot Ravioli Lasagne.  This is an easy and delicious one-pot meal that is really easy to put together.  All you have to do is brown the meat, add onions and sauce and layer everything into the crockpot.   

When I buy packs of hamburger, I will cook it with onions and divide it up and freeze it for future meals.  What is not shown is the jars of spaghetti sauce (typically BOGO at Publix).  I defrost the pre-cooked burger, add the sauce with a little sugar.

Then we layer it up.  Oh, before we start to layer it up, I will put in a Reynolds crockpot bag which makes clean up so easy.

Sauce, frozen cheese-filled ravioli, (typically BOGO at Publix) pre-shredded mozzarella cheese or any open bags of cheese will work too and contain to layer until the pot is full.

Cook on high for 3-4 hours until the sides are bubbly and cheese is melted.  A side salad and a loaf of Cuban bread (99 cents at Target bakery) and you are set.  Easy and delish dinner.


  1. Your pictures are over the cooking directions. I traveled from Missouri to Memphis and from Owensboro, KY to get my hair cut. Only her tragic, fatal accident stopped my trek for the best hairdresser ever.

    1. Thanks for letting me know about the pics. Great hairdressers are few and far between.

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  2. That looks yummy. I have to figure out what to cook for dinner. I think I will do a sausage potato soup.

  3. Yummy! I love both ravioli & lasagna. I need to try this recipe. I like to add diced red pepper to my sauce. It adds some good flavor to it.

    1. Diced red pepper sounds good! I will have to try that!

  4. Looks delicious, Lisa. I'm definitely going to have to try this soon. :)