So the other day at work I was trying to figure out what Katie and I could make for dinner. We pretty much had every genre of food at least once that week and we’re trying to come up with something different. As I sat at my desk at work, a delicious aroma filled the room and naturally my nose led me to where the food was. My coworker had leftover ravioli’s with alfredo sauce for her lunch, which then made me want to have some as well.

For those of you that might not know, in the past couple months, we have adopted a German Shepherd mix puppy named is Sir Roger Moore. I hope all the James Bond fans out there enjoy our name choice. Due to Roger’s age and high energy he can make it a little difficult to try and cook meals and take pictures of it for our blog. So Katie and I searched the web for some sort of pasta dish that we could bake and not have to do a lot of work for. Immediately we found a recipe for a spinach and artichoke ravioli bake. It was a very simple recipe and easy to follow, which gave us plenty of time to give Roger all the attention he wanted while our delicious food baked.

We used frozen ravioli’s not only because the recipe said to but also because it is incredibly difficult to make gluten free ravioli’s from scratch. We attempted to make gluten free Crab Ravioli’s for Valentine’s Day last year and loathed the effort it took. Who likes to bicker on Valentine’s Day over ravioli’s? I don’t.

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Check out the recipe —> Spinach and Artichoke Ravioli Bake 

Gluten Free Substitutions —> We used Conte’s Gluten Free Cheese Ravioli’s.