Baked Penne

Baked Penne

Baked penne pasta mixed with a ground beef tomato sauce, topped with ricotta, mozzarella, and parmesan cheeses.
20 Minutes
50 Minutes

Per Serving – Makes 8

566 Calories

48g C | 48g P | 21g F

How to Make Baked Penne

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4529.2 cals

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This Post Has 13 Comments

  1. Halle Montgomery

    Could you make this with ground chicken or ground turkey? Do you know what the calorie difference would be?

    1. Josh Cortis

      Yes, any ground meat works. I don’t know the nutritional difference. You would need to calculate that yourself with whatever substitutions you make

  2. Kevin O’Keefe

    5 stars
    This one was awesome. Just made it today for my girlfriend and I to take to work for the next few days. Will definitely be checking out some more recipes in the future.

  3. Tyler Wyche

    5 stars
    Loveeee your recipes! This one (like all of them) are great! My boyfriend and I can’t get enough. Thanks!!

  4. Heather Bullard

    Hi there! The top portion of the post says serves 5, but the recipe serves 8. Which is correct? Thanks!

  5. Fredrik Ibsen

    5 stars
    Did this one last night, fantastic recipe! great flavors! This one will be on the rotational list for sure..

  6. Jack Dymond

    Hi Josh, can you freeze this? I won’t be able to eat 8 portions in a week. I’d make 8 but eat 5 and freeze 3 if possible.

      1. Jack Dymond

        Thank you for the response, mate, loving the site! Been using your recipes since Feb 2020!

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