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– October 20, 2014
A hearty and tasty lunch, whether you’re vegetarian or not. The only drawback is that the lasagna takes about 10 minutes to cook in microwave.
– November 19, 2014
very good. Pretty healthy for how good it tastes.
– December 8, 2014
This was good, but I felt like there was too much spinach.
– May 9, 2016
The heating instructions are way off! On the packaging it says to heat in a conventional oven bake at 375 degrees for 35-40 minutes. I put it in for 40 mins and it was still frozen! I put it back in the oven for another 15 minutes and it was still cold. Then I put up the temp to 400 degrees and cooked it for another 15 minutes and eventually it was perfectly cooked – that’s 1 hr and 10 minutes!
I have had similar issues with other TJs frozen meals. The heating times need to be re-reviewed and revised!! Very misleading.
The dish itself is ok. I like the amount of spinach in it, makes it a very healthy diner choice for my kids. But the spinach mixture could be a little tastier – it’s fairly bland. We all preferred it with lashings of parmesan cheese and garlic infused olive oil drizzled on top.
– July 20, 2016
Not the best, but a good option! It is a little bland and I agree that there is a lot of spinach (but its healthy!) I always keep one in the back of the freezer for a quick meal on the go
– February 10, 2017
A big bowl of spinach. That’s it. So if you like that, all good. I don’t. Disgusting.
– June 9, 2017
This is an older TJ’s item and I have been enjoying it for years. The spinach makes me feel like I am eating healthy!
It does take a while to cook this in the oven – for me 50 minutes in a 400 degree oven. I don’t mind though.
– December 5, 2017
I had the same problem as Helen Fraser, May 9, 2016. Thought my oven must have died, but checked oven temperature and it is accurate. Finished cooking in microwave–about 5-6 minutes at 50% power, then stand for 3 minutes, after 38 minutes in 375 conventional oven. Also agree with comments about blandness of spinach. Now I remember why I rarely buy this product.
– March 26, 2018
My daughter is a new vegetarian and I have struggled to find dishes that the whole family can enjoy together without fixing her something different every night. This is a new favorite for everyone in the fam. Really tastes delicious–not bland at all, not runny/soggy. I love the amount of veggies to pasta ratio. I do add more cheese on top toward end of baking because CHEESE!!! Also did have to cook for 50 min.
– July 9, 2018
oh, yeah, this is for spinach lovers of which i am not one. this is the first spinach lasagna i’ve had that was REALLY a spinach dish: on top there’s nice cheese, a noodle, a little red sauce … and underneath, piles and piles of beautiful bright green spinach, mixed with little white bits – presumable ricotta? — and like one more noodle. lasagna to me is CHEESE. but, hey, it’s trader joe’s so next time i get the tortellini. eh? 🙂
– August 7, 2018
I love spinach lasagna but this product is horrible. It’s like they took a 10 oz. package of frozen spinach and packaged it between 2 noodles. Hardly any sauce, cheese or actual flavor. Yuck. This product definitely needs a reformulation.
– August 23, 2018
Too much spinach; not enough ricotta, barely any sauce, and very little cheese. It all equates to a bland combination. I won’t purchase this item again unless they tweak the recipe. Also, the cooking time for this product in a conventional oven was an hour, not 35 to 40 minutes.
– November 23, 2019
I love the spinach lasagna from Trader Joe’s ! It is perfection ~
– March 18, 2022
Bland and boring and oddly watery. Disappointing.
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