Gluten Free Lasagna Rolls

23 Feb

These delicious gluten free lasagna rolls are are a less messy way to serve lasagna.  You can do an entire pan and serve all at once, or freeze a few and just eat one at a time.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

  • gluten free lasagna noodles
  • your favorite pasta sauce- I use Prego Traditional
  • 1lb ground sweet Italian sausage-or spicy if you like it hot
  • Ricotta cheese
  • shredded mozzarella cheese
  • Italian seasoning
  • cooking spray

Preheat your oven to 350

Start by cooking the pasta.  I roll is one serving so depending how many people you are feeding or how many you want to freeze cook as much as you need.  While pasta is cooking brown the Italian sausage.  I like to put the cooked sausage in my Ninja chopper to get it really finely chopped before putting it into the rolls.

Mix your ricotta cheese with the Italian seasoning, again depending on how many rolls you are cooking.  When I make 12 rolls, I use about 2-3 tablespoons of seasoning.  Add a few sprinkles of mozzarella cheese and mix well.

When the pasta is ready, lay it out flat and spread on the cheese mixture first.  Next add a layer of the finely chopped sausage, then top with a layer of sauce.  Roll it up and place in a well greased glass baking pan.

When all the rolls are in the pan, pour the remaining sauce over the top of them and add another sprinkle of mozzarella over them.  Put in the oven for about 20 minutes or until all the cheese has melted and is hot and bubbly.

Freeze any remaining rolls in a Tupperware or freezer bag and reheat whenever you want a fast meal!

 

 

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