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Pinterest Failure... Lasagna Rolls

So I had a serious Pinterest fail today.  I know don't judge me just yet.  I love Pinterest.  There are some pretty great things on there, but what happens when you add a recipe from Pinterest to your carefully planned menu for the month and then you can't get the recipe link to connect?  Any of them; there were about 30 recipes for lasagna rolls NONE of them linked to a single recipe.
Well if you are resourceful you just make up your own recipe and hope for the best.  Lucky for me (and you) it worked out great and I am going to share!  And it is really EASY to make.
Lasagna Rolls
1 pound lean ground Turkey (can use sausage or ground beef)
10 cooked lasagna noodles
2 cups  raw spinach chopped
15 oz container Ricotta Cheese
1 egg
1 can or bottle Spaghetti Sauce
1 cup mozzarella cheese

 Cook Lasagna noodles per instructions on box then drain and dry completely.  Brown ground turkey drain and mix with Ricotta Cheese, egg, & spinach. Spread cheese mixture on noodles and then roll them up. 

 Pour small amount of spaghetti sauce in bottom of greased 9x13 pan.  Place rolled up noodles seam side down in pan. 

 Cover with remaining sauce. And Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes.
Sprinkle cheese and cook for 5 more minutes or until cheese is melted.


Serve with a yummy salad.
Proven to please all (and by all I mean all MY children) children from ages 5-10 and adults!  

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