Spinach Artichoke Lasagna Rolls

OK ... let's start with the cheese mixture. It includes some of my favorite cheeses and they taste so good together. Then there is the spinach and artichoke and the Italian sausage. Oh my, how can you go wrong?! This one will be a big hit around your dinner table. Directions

Spinach Artichoke Lasagna Rolls
Spinach Artichoke Lasagna Rolls

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Trending Recipes Spinach Artichoke Lasagna Rolls 2 photos Pinched 1k timesGrocery ListPrintPhotoRate Share... Pinch It! Recipe Rating: 1 Rating Serves: 8 to 10 1 Cook lasagna noodles. When done, lay out flat on a sheet to prevent them from sticking together while preparing. 2 While noodles are cooking, brown sausage. Set aside. *omit sausage or use vegetarian sausage* 3 Add garlic and spinach. Cover and cook on low until they begin to wilt. 4 Slice or chop artichoke and add them to the just wilting spinach, and cook for until hot. Stir in drained Italian sausage. *Do not over cook.* 5 Mix all the shredded cheese in a bowl. Remove about 1 cup for topping. Mix all the other cheeses, garlic powder, and parsley in the bowl with the shredded cheese. If you do not use cottage cheese, use more ricotta. 6 Pour some alfredo sauce on the bottom of your baking. Just enough to cover it. 7 Take one noodle at a time and spread the cheese mixture on the noodle, then sprinkle the sausage, spinach, artichoke on the cheese. 8 Roll the noodle, and place it in your baking dish. 9 After you baking dish is full pour alfredo sauce over the top, Be sure all the noodles are well covered. 10 Sprinkle the saved shredded cheese on the top and bake at 400 degrees for about 20 mins or until the cheese is bubbly. (We like the cheese golden brown)

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