Spinach Manicotti

A hearty dish that the family will love! Spinach Manicotti is delicious and has healthy ingredients making it a sure-fire hit!

A hearty dish that the family will love! Spinach Manicotti is delicious and has healthy ingredients making it a sure-fire hit!Everyone loves the comfort food of a lovely Italian Dish right? Pasta just makes you feel good. Spinach Manicotti is the PERFECT family comfort food dinner because while it has all the cheesy saucy yumminess it also has some spinach hiding in there. Anytime I can squeeze in a little bit of veggies? I’m a happy mom. Yeah I’m not calling this health food, but something is better than nothing right?

Ok I gave you a small speech about having a veg in there (you guys use whole grain manicotti as well for a much healthier choice), but let’s move on to how amazing this dish is. The taste? You’re going to LOVE LOVE LOVE! Spinach Manicotti is just so good you’re going to love for real! I’m so excited for you to try it.

This is an awesome dinner for a good Sunday Supper. It makes a bunch so invite a couple of friends – you’re going to be happy you did. It’s a great meal for guests and family alike. It’s a recipe to keep for sure! Bring in some garlic bread maybe you do a salad and voila – you have an amazing dinner. One of the reasons I love a pasta dinner is there really isn’t a need for side dishes (I’m the worst at the side dish you guys!). Maybe all you need is a nice bottle of wine and some awesome plates? Maybe!

Let’s look at some more amazing pasta dinners! You can be inspired for a month!

You'll love the flavor combinations in this Simple Sausage & Pasta Skillet meal. Sausage, tortellini, roasted bell peppers all come together beautifully.

Simple Sausage Pasta Skillet

Wonderful flavors blend together in this simple Shrimp Feta Pasta Bake. Sauce, pasta, shrimp, cheese all baked together with a crunch topping. So yummy!

Shrimp Feta Pasta Bake

Spicy Sloppy Joe Chicken Pasta 2

Spicy Sloppy Joe Chicken Pasta


Spinach Manicotti

Serving Size: 7 adults

Spinach Manicotti


  • 10 cups of bolognese sauce or marinara if you prefer a vegetarian dish
  • 1 eight ounce package of cooked manicotti pasta (14 count)
  • 2 t oregano
  • 2 eggs
  • 30 oz ricotta
  • 1½ c parmigiana
  • 2 c mozzarella
  • 16 oz of frozen spinach thawed and drained
  • salt and pepper to taste


  1. Boil the manicotti and have it ready, I like to have mine al dente, so as not to overcook it in the oven
  2. Make sure your sauce is ready to go too,
  3. Mix the ricotta cheese, ½ c of the mozzarella cheese, 1 c of the parmigiana cheese 2 eggs and oregano together until well blended
  4. Stir in the well drained spinach and season to taste
  5. I used a pastry bag to fill my pasta with the end just cut off
  6. Fill pasta and divide into baking dishes if you plan on freezing a batch
  7. After the pasta is filled and in the baking dish cover with sauce then sprinkle with the remaining mozzarella and parmigiana cheeses
  8. Cover with foil and bake at 375℉ for 35-40 minutes, remove foil and bake for another 10-15 minutes until cheese on top is just starting to brown
  9. For freezing
  10. Prepare as above, but skip baking, should keep for up to two months

A hearty dish that the family will love! Spinach Manicotti is delicious and has healthy ingredients making it a sure-fire hit!

Chipotle Lime Chicken Triangles
Stuffed French Toast


  1. Oh my, this looks delicious. I would love for you to come and share it on my weekly link up that just went live. http://countrifiedhicks.blogspot.com/2013/03/mondays-with-countrified-hicks-6.html

    Feel free to link up to 3 posts!

  2. This looks fabulous!! I am so happy to tell you that it is featured in this weeks Manic Monday! Come on by and share a few more posts today and don’t forget to pick up your “featured” button!!



  1. […] smells too, it has that subtle roasted garlic aroma, which to me is so good with something like Spinach Manicotti or Fettuccini with Sun-dried Tomato Cream Sauce, mmmm comfort food in my […]

Speak Your Mind