Crockpot Pesto Ravioli | Mostly Homemade Mom

Crockpot Pesto Ravioli

July 30, 2012

Sometimes I wish I could talk to my newly married self 5 years ago. Seriously. If I had known back then you could cook pasta in the Crockpot I would have been ALL OVER that! Wait, not just pasta, FROZEN pasta! Though, I'm not sure they had slow cooker liners back then. I don't want to live in a world without slow cooker liners, how about you?

This dinner is a true family pleaser. The addition of the pesto just takes the flavor to a whole new level. Paul thought it tasted, "restaurant quality." And since he manages one, I personally feel he is highly qualified to make that kind of a judgement. :)

Crockpot Pesto Ravioli

24 oz jar pasta sauce
25 oz frozen ravioli
1 cup ricotta cheese
1/2 cup pesto
1 cup shredded mozzarella, divided
3/4 cup grated parmesan cheese, divided

In a medium bowl, combine ricotta, pesto, and 1/2 cup parmesan.

Spread 1 cup spaghetti sauce on bottom of Crockpot. Place 1/2 of the frozen ravioli on top of the sauce.

Spread 1/2 of the ricotta mix on the ravioli. Top ricotta with 1/2 cup mozzarella. Repeat layers again (1 cup sauce, remaining frozen ravioli, remaining ricotta, remaining mozzarella).

Spread rest of sauce over top. Cook on low for 3 hours. Remove lid and add sprinkle 1/4 cup parmesan. Replace lid and cook an additional 30 minutes on low.

Here are some more of my favorite Crockpot recipes:

Don't miss another recipe post! Click here to follow Mostly Homemade Mom. Thanks for stopping by!

19 comments on "Crockpot Pesto Ravioli"
  1. Wow...I didn't know that either. That sounds and looks amazing! Thanks for the recipe.

  2. Looks really good and since school is starting soon (i.e. much busier schedules) I'm on the look out for more crock pot recipes!

    1. Me too, Laura. Though I pretty much find any excuse to find more crockpot recipes, LOL!

  3. Whoa, I just ordered a new crockpot and this is the ticket! I'd love if you could link this up to Thursday Food Fest at I open Wed at 7pm. Hope to see you there. I'm Printing this recipe right now! Sarah

  4. I really do need to use my crock pot more!! I love that you can do pasta in it!!! This one sounds great!! I love all the layers!!! YUM!!!

  5. yummo! Would love to have you link up to our party!

  6. This looks and sounds divine! And it's a crock pot recipe too, which makes it even easier! :) Can't wait to try it. New follower! Yay for being blog friends!

  7. This looks just fantastic. Great picture. I cannot wait to try out your recipe. Come over and visit us. We would love to have you.

  8. Oh. My. Gosh! This looks really delicious! I've never made pasta in the crock pot, but it looks like a great idea.

  9. This looks amazing!! Thanks for sharing..found your link via Brucrew life's linkup! I'm a new follower!

  10. I'm such a sucker for any kind of pasta. This looks delicious!! I'd love to have you link this up to Tasty Thursdays on The Mandatory Mooch.

    Thanks, Nichi

  11. ooohhh.... now this looks super yummy! i love ricotta cheese! thanks for linking up to tip-toe thru tuesday!

  12. Hey great slow cooker dish! This week's Food on Friday on Carole's Chatter is all about collecting up slow cooker/crockpot recipes. It would be great if you linked this in. This is the link . I am following you now. Please drop by to Carole's Chatter and check it out. If you like my blog it would be great if you followed me back. Have a good week.

  13. Just wanted to let you know that I posted your ravioli recipe in our blog post today: My son LOVES it. Thanks for sharing! -Carly

  14. Making this right now. If it tastes half as good as it smells we are in for a real treat. :-)

  15. Slow cooker...pasta...what a heavenly combination. Thank you for sharing a great looking pasta recipe. This is a keeper.

    WE may have met by chance...but we become friends by choice.

  16. Hi Kelly,
    This looks delicious, what a great recipe! Have a great week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  17. I'm wondering how much longer do you think it would take with the recipe doubled? We've made this several times, doubled it once but it didn't turn out as well...

  18. I'm new to the 'Slow Cooker World' but am anxious to jump right in! What is the purpose of the liner, though, and is it necessary? It has already been decided that this will be the recipe to break in our new Crock Pot (yay!) but I could really use some feedback!


Auto Post Signature

Auto Post  Signature