Spinach Cheese Manicotti
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 30 min.
Have made this twice now. Everyone enjoys it!
absolutely great ,Family ate the whole pan
This was real good. Filling is also good as a lasagna. Just add an egg to the mix. (Found this out when i discovered I had no manicotti shells, but had lasagna noodles). Have made this 2 times now as manicotti and 1 as lasagna, will do both ways again. Changed nothing in the recipe for either way of preparing.
This was a really good recipe. I added a shredded chicken breasts to the mixture before I stuffed the manicotti.
Yummy. The recipe yielded enough filling for 12 manicottis--I had quite a bit left over. I had 1/2 jar of marinara that I needed to use, and it was exactly enough to cover the 8 manicottis.
Great recipe. Added red, yellow, orange peppers as I didn't have onions on hand. Used a sweet basil marinara sauce as the spaghetti sauce and it was terrific.
Delicious manicotti! I did brown some Italian sausage and add to the sauce, but other than that, followed the recipe exactly. Also, I cut the manicotti open and put the filling in....too time consuming to stuff the uncut tube. I put it seam side down in the pan....no one knows the difference when they put a serving on their plate! I've made a lot of manicotti in my time....none was better than this, so I'll be making it again!
I've made this many times, always got rave reviews. My only trouble is cooking the pasta so it's not chewy, but still holds up when I try to fill it. I've used the recipe for stuffed shells- works just as well.
I followed the recipe exactly as written, other than using fat free cream cheese. It was the most delicious manicotti I have ever eaten anywhere.