Costco Ravioli Lasagna {Calories, Instructions and Servings}

We had the Costco Ravioli Lasagna with Bolognese Sauce last night for dinner and really enjoyed the meal.  We have tried just about every ready to cook meal that Costco offers and this is among one of my favorites.

Keep reading and we will cover the most commonly asked questions about the lasagna including:

  • How long to cook the meal?
  • Is the lasagna any good?
  • How many calories per serving?
  • How many people will it serve? 

Ravioli Lasagna at Costco

How Long Do You Cook the Ravioli Lasagna?

The instructions for cooking the meal are:

  • Preheat your oven to 400F.
  • Remove the clear plastic lid.
  • Cover the meal with aluminum foil.
  • Place on a cookie sheet on the center rack of the oven.
  • Bake for 60-70 minutes until an internal temperature of 165F is reached.

We followed the provided instructions and found that the pasta only needed 60 minutes to reach 165F.  When we buy this again I am going to take the foil off for the last 10 minutes to let the melted cheese on the top get browned.

Cooking Instructions for Ravioli Lasagna

Is the Ravioli Lasagna Good?

The lasagna is extremely good.

The ravioli are filled with a rich, creamy mixture of four cheeses (ricotta, asiago, parmesan, romano) and parsley.  The Bolognese sauce is meaty, well seasoned and pairs wonderfully with the creamy cheese filling of the ravioli.

The ravioli are large enough that you will want to cut them into 2-3 pieces which has the benefit of making them even better for scooping up the sauce.

Ravioli Lasagna with a Caesar Salad

This is an extremely rich dish which, when served with a Caesar salad, made for a filling and satisfying dinner.

Ravioli Lasagna with a Caesar Salad

Costco Ravioli Lasagna

An easy, delicious and filling weeknight meal.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 1 hr
Total Time 1 hr 5 mins
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Calories 512 kcal


  • 1 tray Costco Ravioli Lasagna
  • Caesar Salad Mix Or Green Side of Choice
  • 1/4 cup Grated Parmesan Cheese Optional


  • Preheat oven to 400F.
  • Place the tray of ravioli lasagna on a baking sheet and remove the plastic lid.
  • Cover the tray with aluminum foil and place the baking sheet into the oven.
  • Bake for 50 minutes.
  • Remove the aluminum foil and bake for 10 more minutes.
  • Take the baked ravioli lasagna from the oven and prepare the Caesar salad while it cools.
  • Serve the lasagna with the salad (or side of choice) and top with grated parmesan cheese if desired.
Keyword Costco Ravioli Lasagna

I much prefer this ready to cook meal over the following ready to cook ravioli products also available from Costco:

This pan of ravioli lasagna costs about the same as the much larger tray of Costco Frozen Lasagna.

How Many Calories are in the Lasagna

According to the Burpy website, a single serving (198g) of Costco’s ravioli lasagna has the following calories and nutritional content:

  • Calories: 380
  • Fat: 21g (32% DV)
  • Cholesterol: 70mg (23% DV)
  • Sodium: 860mg (36% DV)
  • Carbohydrates: 26g (9%)
  • Protein: 23g

As I mention below, you will probably be dishing out more than a single serving so plan on the actual calories count per “real world” serving to be about 600.

Ravioli Lasagna Calories

How Many People Will the Lasagna Feed?

The nutritional information for the meal says that the tray contains eight servings.  That being said, we spilt this among three people and had enough left over for one more.

I will suggest that this tray is perfect for feeding four people.  If you serve it with more side dishes than we did then you could comfortably lower the serving size and feed six people.

Almost Four Pounds of Lasagna per Package

Costco Ravioli


8 thoughts on “Costco Ravioli Lasagna {Calories, Instructions and Servings}

  1. Picked this up yesterday in Alhambra and tried a serving tonight. INCREDIBLY disappointed! There is no similarity to bolognese sauce I’ve ever eaten–this is hamburger tomato sauce over ravioli. I’m taking the rest back tomorrow to refund my $17.

  2. This used to be good a while ago. Back then it was a go to for a quick easy tasty meal with a salad. Then hit 2022. Been a few months since I’ve had this. Didn’t realize COVID situation screwed up Costco. But to be frankly honest, fresh from the oven was bad and leftovers tasted even worse the next day and I’ve never had any issue with pasta or pasta leftovers. Greasy? Not even close. This is now a major gut bomb. Half the pan went in the garbage.

  3. Not sure if I got a bad batch or something but it tasted like fish. I never understood it when people return food, I thought, “Hey, just deal with it.” Now I understand, waste of $16. This would be the first time I return food to a store.


  5. Thank you for the review, Dave! But I gotta agree with the other commenters, I am very unimpressed by this dish. I pile about 1/2″ of frozen bell peppers from Trader Joes and that helps a lot, but not enough to keep this on my Costco list.

    1. Thanks for visiting, Drew! It’s funny how differently we like foods, etc. I guess that makes the world a little more interesting!

  6. Mine too tasted like fish. Did not resemble lasagna flavor wise at all. I’m too lazy to return it but will definitely not buy it again.

  7. We were also very disappointed with this selection. To us the term “lasagna” bears no relationship to what was there. It was basically a tray of very doughy ravioli with a sub par tomato sauce. We felt the the best comparison to this product is good old school Chef Boyardee Ravioli in a can.

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