October 25, 2012

RECIPE: Chicken Alfredo Lasagna Rollups

I've been dying to try this recipe ever since I found it on Pinterest. I was worried I might mess it up but managed to make it work by taking it slow. I've never made lasagna, so I was proud of myself for pulling this one off. 

Chicken Alfredo Lasagna Roll Ups

You can find the original pinned post at Mmm...Cafe.


9 lasagna noodles
2 1/2 cups Alfredo sauce
2 cups cooked chicken, shredded
garlic salt
3 cups shredded mozzarella (or cheese of your choice)

1. Pour a 1/2 cup of Alfredo sauce in a 8" x 8" greased dish or just enough to cover the bottom of the dish.

2. Boil 8-10 cups of water and cook lasagna noodles until al dente.
3. Drain and rinse noodles with cold water to prevent them from sticking to each other and lay each out individually. Blot dry.
4. Spread approximately two tablespoons of Alfredo sauce over each noodle. Sprinkle oregano and garlic salt on top of sauce.

5. Spread shredded chicken out over each noodle. (The recipe says 1/9th of the chicken for each noodle, but I never measure that type of stuff out.)
6. Add approximately three tablespoons of cheese. 

7. To roll up the noodles, start at one end and roll the noodle over the toppings.
8. Place the roll ups in the pan layered with sauce, one by one with seam down.

9. Pour the remaining Alfredo sauce over the roll ups and top with remaining cheese.
10. Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until the cheese on top is completely melted.


The finished product:

I had a lot of fun making this recipe and it was quite tasty, too. If you're a fan of Chicken Alfredo, you should try this twist on a classic Italian dish.


  1. This looks awesome! I'm gonna have to give it a try!

  2. That looks delicious. It's been a while since I have made anything like that!

  3. THANK
    (Alfredo sauce is involved, so yes, the all-caps and line-breaks are necessary!)


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