Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole

With school back in full swing I love making simple and delicious pasta dishes. This week I came up with this amazing Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole. It is so easy to throw together on busy school nights and is “SO yummy” according to JJ my 5 year old. All my kids asked for second helpings last night when we had it for dinner. 


Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

This Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole is packed with roasted garlic flavor since I used my go to Ragu Homestyle pasta sauce. Combined with the fresh spinach and ground turkey this casserole will become a regular dinner option in our house from now on. 

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

The Ragu Homestyle pasta sauce is their thickest sauce! It soaks into the pasta making for the perfect bite every time. I really love that they don’t use artificial flavors, artificial colors or high fructose corn syrup in any of their Ragu pasta sauces. The sauce tastes like you have been slaving in the kitchen all day for an amazing homemade taste. 

Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

Ingredients:

  • 16oz box of Rotini Pasta 
  • 1 lb. Ground Turkey 
  • 16 oz bag of fresh baby spinach 
  • 1 Tbsp Fresh Parsley 
  • 2 cups of Italian Style 5 Cheese Blend (divided) 
  • 1  jar Homestyle Thick and Hearty Roasted Garlic Sauce  Pasta Sauce 
  • Salted for pasta water 

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

Directions: 

  1. Preheat your oven to 350 
  2. Bring your salted water up to a boil and drop your pasta 
  3. Cook your pasta until al dente (about 9-11 mins) 
  4. While the pasta is cooking brown the ground turkey and drain (set aside) 
  5. Wilt the baby spinach in the same pan as you cooked the turkey 
  6. Combine the cooked pasta, turkey, spinach 
  7. Add 1 jar of the Homestyle Thick and Hearty Roasted Garlic Sauce Ragu Pasta Sauce
  8. Add 1 1/2 cups of the Italian cheese blend and mix well 
  9. Put the combined mixture into a 9 x 13 baking dish lightly sprayed with cooking spray 
  10. Sprinkle the remaining Italian cheese on top
  11. Bake at 350 for 15 -1 20 mins or until golden bubbly 
  12. Finely chop your parsley to sprinkle on top when you are ready to serve 
  13. ENJOY! 

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole Dish

 

Be sure to check out all the new Homestyle Thick and Hearty Traditional Sauces Ragu has to offer! And for more delicious recipes from Ragu Traditions Pasta Sauce.

 

Roasted Garlic Turkey Spinach Pasta Casserole

[yumprint-recipe id=’40’]Looking for more simple pasta dishes? 

Summer Vegetable Baked Ziti

Spinach and Mushroom Bow Tie Pasta

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  1. I love Ragu and Rotini is the pasta that my family loves to eat. Tasty recipe that looks good and will taste good because its made with Ragu.

  2. I love pasta! I am always looking for new recipes to try. I am adding this to my list for next week.

  3. I love most anything with spinach so this is right up my alley! I may have to try this sometime I bet my husband would like it.

  4. A 5-year old declaring that something is SO yummy is all that matters 🙂 And this casserole definitely looks delicious. We’re big fans of quick and easy dishes too. More often than not we’re too tired to prepare anything and this is definitely better than eating junk food!!

  5. Oh, how I love thee! Looks easy to make, though. I’m not a good cook, but with the help of internet, I think I will learn how especially like yours with recipes, I can practice it – trial and error.