Crockpot Ravioli is an easy 4 ingredient recipe for those hectic days!
This recipe uses frozen ravioli, tomato sauce, and a big handful of cheese for a quick, filling dinner that everyone will love! This hearty, cheesy dream of a dinner will take the Crockpot game to the next level!
This post is sponsored by Mirum, all opinions expressed are my own.
Easy Cheesy Ravioli
Who doesn’t love ravioli? Whether it’s filled with cheese, meat, or even veggies like pumpkin puree, ravioli is universally loved by everyone!
This recipe is so insanely easy and versatile, it’s definitely going to become a favorite! Basically toss it in the crockpot, cook, and serve! How easy is that?
4 Ingredient Crockpot Ravioli
All it takes is four ingredients to make a hearty family dinner that satisfies even the hungriest eaters!
Since this has a meat sauce I like cheese or veggie-filled ravioli (although meat-filled works too). No need to pre-cook the ravioli.
Italian sausage gives the sauce lots of flavor as its heavily seasoned (use hot or mild). Swap out the ground sausage for ground chicken or beef (but add extra spices, a couple of teaspoons of Italian seasoning should do).
Feel free to use a jarred or homemade marinara sauce, or two large cans of crushed tomatoes will do, just add some extra seasonings. If you have a little bit extra or you’re a little bit short this recipe still works just fine.
You could also use leftover meat sauce from last night’s spaghetti too!
Mozzarella is the best cheese for this recipe!
We love Italian food and nothing is better than pasta in a great tomato sauce (topped with cheese of course).
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How to Make Crockpot Ravioli (lasagna)
This recipe is layered like a lasagna, right on top of each other before cooking!
- Brown sausage and drain fat. Add tomato sauce and stir.
- Layer sauce, frozen ravioli (uncooked) and cheese in a slow cooker.
- Cook on low for 3 hours. Voila!
Easy Crockpot Pasta Recipes
- Crockpot Stuffed Shells – so cheesy!
- Creamy Crockpot Tortellini – perfectly creamy & delicious
- Crock Pot Mac and Cheese – comfort food!
- CrockPot Goulash – great make-ahead meal
- Crock Pot Beef Stroganoff – a family favorite
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4 Ingredient Crock Pot Ravioli
- 1 lb Italian sausage mild or hot
- 45 oz pasta sauce
- 4 cups mozzarella cheese
- 25-30 oz cheese & spinach filled ravioli uncooked
- Spray the inside of a 6 qt slow cooker with cooking spray. Reserve 1 cup of pasta sauce and set aside.
- Brown sausage over medium heat until no pink remains. Drain any fat. Add reamining pasta sauce sauce and simmer 2 minutes.
- Place reserved 1 cup of pasta sauce in the bottom of the slow cooker.
- Top with 1/2 of the ravioli, half of the meat sauce and half of the cheese.
- Repeat layers ending with cheese.
- Cover and cook on low 3-4 hours.
(Nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.)