When I read the box it said you can microwave the whole thing. WHAT? Are you serious? That’s can’t be possible. Yes maybe I’m living in the dark ages thinking that a family size frozen lasagna couldn’t be microwaved. Maybe It’s been on boxes before and I just always assumed it wasn’t possible.
What sets Marie Callender’s Three Meat and Four Cheese Lasagna apart is its unique ingredients together with innovative baking tray that creates a homemade taste in minutes. Marie Callender’s Three Meat and Four Cheese Lasagna is available in single serve (19oz) and multi-serve (31oz) varieties to enjoy with your family and friends at grocery stores nationwide for a suggested retail price of $5.75.
Yes I cooked it in the microwave, I wished it had more cheese and I did find the noodles a little rubbery which is what happens when you cook things in the microwave. So I wish I would have made it in the oven after all. No it wasn’t a completely failure, I still enjoyed the taste and the meat was my favorite part. I had to have a second slice because I liked the spicy sausage so much.
The lasagna meats were a blend of three Italian-style meats (sausage, ground beef and pepperoni), layered with four different cheeses (Ricotta, Mozzarella, Parmesan and Romano), in a hearty marinara sauce that cooks in the microwave and is ready to serve in just 19 minutes, except I would prefer making it in the oven and having it take a little longer.
According to a national taste test, Marie Callender’s Three Meat and Four Cheese Lasagna is preferred over Stouffer’s 19 oz. Lasagna with Meat & Sauce by consumers two to one. Marie Callender’s delicious blend of meats and cheeses combined with its unique baking tray creates a homemade tasting meal you can be proud to serve to your family.
I would have to agree with the survey because I did find more meaty flavor in Marie Callender’s lasagna. If you determine that you don’t agree the brand is putting its money where consumers’ mouths are with an on-pack money back guarantee.
I wrote this review as part of a paid campaign with The Motherhood.