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Lasagna with Meat & Sauce

Party Size

Freshly made pasta layered between a rich meat sauce and topped with real mozzarella cheese

No preservatives

Freshly made
pasta

Nutritional Information

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Nutrition Facts:

Serving Size: 12.00

Amount Per Serving:

Calories 280 | Calories from Fat 100 % Daily Value*
Total Fat 11.00g 17%
Saturated Fat 6.00g 30 %
Trans Fat 0.00g
Cholesterol 35.00mg 12 %
Sodium

Sodium

 

Per the FDA, the maximum daily recommended intake of sodium for adults and children 4 years and olderis 2300 mg per day. 

The sodium in this product is a combination of sodium naturally occuring in the foods/ingredients and the sodium from salt used to impact the taste. 

The daily intake of sodium for adults and children 4 and older can be found in approximately 1 tablespoon of salt (i.e., sodium chloride). Read the nutrition information on your food labels to help you stay within your limits.

This meal delivers less than 500 mg of sodiumper serving, which is less than 1/4 of your maximum recommended daily intake. Read the nutrition information on your labels to help you stay within your limits.

According to MyPlate.gov, sodium is an essential nutrient needed in small amounts. It is important for many body processes, including muscle contraction.  That said, most Americans exceed the recommended limits for sodium in the diet, and sodium is a nutrient to get less of.

860.00mg
36 %
Total Carbohydrate 29.00g 10 %
Dietary Fiber

Dietary Fiber 

 

Eating more plant foods -- vegetables, beans, fruit, whole grains, and nuts -- is the best way to increase your dietary fiber intake, according to the 2015 Dietary Guidelines.

Women need a minimum of 25 grams of fiber per day, and men need a minimum of 38 grams per day, according to the Institute of Medicine.

A meal with significant amounts of whole grains, vegetables and pulses is great to include in your diet to help you meet your daily fiber goals. Remember! The recommended daily intake for fiber is at least 25 grams.

3.00g
12 %
Sugars 5.00g
Protein

Protein

 

For an estimate of the daily protein intake that is best for you, do this calculation: 0.8 grams of protein x  your weight in kilograms 

The recommended daily protein intake is approximately 50 grams for the average adult weighing XX pounds.  

Americans on average exceed their recommended daily intake of protein from animal based products. Enjoy more meals that replace some animal proteins with  peas and beans and even seafood, to help diversify your daily protein intake. 

When it comes protein - think about getting it from a variety of sources, such as meat or seafood, peas and beans and whole grains at your main meals. 

17.00g
Vitamin A 15%
Vitamin C 15%
Iron 6%
Calcium 0.00mg 20%

*the Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.

Ingredients

Sauce: Tomato Puree (Water, Tomato Paste), Cooked Beef, Water, Dry Curd Cottage CheeseCheese 
 
Salt is an important ingredient in the manufacturing of many types of cheese, but we work with cheese makers to give you cheeses with great taste and limited salt wherever possible. 
Cheese is found in the dairy food group. Did you know that 3/4 ounce of hard cheese (e.g., cheddar, mozzarella, swiss, parmesan) or 1 ounce of processed cheese (e.g., American) is equivalent to 1/2 cup of milk?
(Cultured Skim MilkSkim Milk 
 
Goodness of milk without the fat. When added to recipes it helps with taste, texture and nutrition. 
, Enzymes), Modified Cornstarch, Soy Sauce (Water, Wheat, Soybeans, Salt), Salt, Sugar, Wheat Flour, Dried Onions, Spices, Garlic Powder. Cooked Pasta: Water, Semolina. CheeseCheese 
 
Salt is an important ingredient in the manufacturing of many types of cheese, but we work with cheese makers to give you cheeses with great taste and limited salt wherever possible. 
Cheese is found in the dairy food group. Did you know that 3/4 ounce of hard cheese (e.g., cheddar, mozzarella, swiss, parmesan) or 1 ounce of processed cheese (e.g., American) is equivalent to 1/2 cup of milk?
: Part-Skim Mozzarella CheeseCheese 
 
Salt is an important ingredient in the manufacturing of many types of cheese, but we work with cheese makers to give you cheeses with great taste and limited salt wherever possible. 
Cheese is found in the dairy food group. Did you know that 3/4 ounce of hard cheese (e.g., cheddar, mozzarella, swiss, parmesan) or 1 ounce of processed cheese (e.g., American) is equivalent to 1/2 cup of milk?
and Modified Cornstarch (Part-Skim Mozzarella CheeseCheese 
 
Salt is an important ingredient in the manufacturing of many types of cheese, but we work with cheese makers to give you cheeses with great taste and limited salt wherever possible. 
Cheese is found in the dairy food group. Did you know that 3/4 ounce of hard cheese (e.g., cheddar, mozzarella, swiss, parmesan) or 1 ounce of processed cheese (e.g., American) is equivalent to 1/2 cup of milk?
[Cultured Pasteurized Milk, Salt, Enzymes], Modified Cornstarch, Nonfat Milk, Flavors), Low-Moisture Part-Skim Mozzarella CheeseCheese 
 
Salt is an important ingredient in the manufacturing of many types of cheese, but we work with cheese makers to give you cheeses with great taste and limited salt wherever possible. 
Cheese is found in the dairy food group. Did you know that 3/4 ounce of hard cheese (e.g., cheddar, mozzarella, swiss, parmesan) or 1 ounce of processed cheese (e.g., American) is equivalent to 1/2 cup of milk?
(Cultured Pasteurized Part-Skim MilkSkim Milk 
 
Goodness of milk without the fat. When added to recipes it helps with taste, texture and nutrition. 
, Salt, Enzymes), Parmesan CheeseCheese 
 
Salt is an important ingredient in the manufacturing of many types of cheese, but we work with cheese makers to give you cheeses with great taste and limited salt wherever possible. 
Cheese is found in the dairy food group. Did you know that 3/4 ounce of hard cheese (e.g., cheddar, mozzarella, swiss, parmesan) or 1 ounce of processed cheese (e.g., American) is equivalent to 1/2 cup of milk?
(Cultured Milk, Salt, Enzymes).

THOUGHTFUL PORTION™

1 Portion = 1/12 tray

Pair this portion with a side salad and a glass of low fat milk as part of a balanced diet. 

Cooking Instructions

For food safety and quality, follow these instructions.

Conventional Oven

1) Preheat to 400°F
2) Remove aluminum lid. Bend lid slightly then place lid on tray so it is elevated over lasagna. 
3) Place tray on baking sheet, center rack. Cook Frozen: 1 HOUR 40 MINUTES (Thawed*: 55 MINUTES) 
4) Remove lid last 5 minutes. 
5) Carefully remove from oven. Let stand 15 minutes.

Convection Oven

1) Preheat to 350°F - turn on convection fan.
2) Remove aluminum lid. Bend lid slightly then place lid on tray so it is elevated over lasagna. 
3) Place tray on baking sheet, center rack. Cook Frozen: 1 HOUR 30 MINUTES (Thawed*: 70 MINUTES) 
4) Remove lid last 5 minutes. 
5) Carefully remove from oven. Let stand 15 minutes.
 

Cooking Tips

• Will be hot!
• Ensure product reaches an internal temperature of 160°F
• Ovens vary; cooking and heating times may need adjusting
• *Product may be thawed under refrigeration (40°F) no more than 48 hours. Do not refreeze.

Ratings & Reviews

Party Size Lasagna with Meat & Sauce is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 192.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cooking time 1:40? Y’all keep saying the cooking time is tested but I don’t thing whoever is writing that has every actually bought one of these and tried it. My oven is 6months old and I followed your directions to the T. Now st 2 hours it was understandable because it’s large and I get it takes a while but coming up on 2 hours and 45 minutes and still waiting for something that’s edible enough I can hopefully safe it and reheat it. I would of bought 2 smaller ones and been done with this all. Product is ok but the cooking instructions are insanely off. Pretty disappointed.
Date published: 2019-05-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cold in the Middle We cooked it for 2 hours at 400 degrees and it’s still cold in the middle...very disappointed.
Date published: 2019-05-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Still cold I have tried this a couple times and same issue both times. 1hour 40 minutes and still completely cold. Changed to convection and added another 45 minutes of cook time to get done. Need to provide accurate instructions on package.
Date published: 2019-05-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Keep burning on the bottom I have tried this product twice and each time it burns on the bottom. Following directions exactly and same result both times burnt bottom and top portion perfectly cooked. Good tasting lasagna if you don't mind leaving the bottom layer behind.
Date published: 2019-04-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not worth the wait :( I won't go into much detail except to say 1) this lasagna is the best frozen lasagna on the market and 2) the cooking instructions aren't correct. It takes at least 2 1/2 hours to get the center near 160°. I didn't know this beforehand and had to improvise dinner plans.
Date published: 2019-03-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cooking time is wrong!!! I’m expecting company for dinner, and thought this would be a no-fail dish. Welp, after one hour and 40 minutes cooking at 40 degrees, as per the instructions, the center is barely thawed. What am I gonna do? 8 people will be here in 15 minutes!!!! I turned the up to 425.... PLEASE go back and retest these cooking instructions. This is disaster!!!
Date published: 2019-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Taste great, cooking instructions correct I cooked this party size classic lasagne for 1 hour and 40 minutes total and it was exactly 160 degrees in the center when I took it out and stuck the thermometer in. I'm not sure why there are so many reviews that say the cooking instructions are wrong when they seem ok. I think the people who are needing longer cooking times are NOT following step 2 correctly. It says "2) Remove aluminum lid. Bend lid slightly then place lid on tray so it is elevated over lasagna." You need to bend the lid so that there's space for the air to circulate. I suspect people are leaving the lid on because that's how to cook the large family size by leaving the film on. This party size needs the lid tented. I initially cooked it for 15 minutes at 400 degrees then became concerned reading the reviews that it would still be frozen so switched the oven to 350 degrees using the convection oven (same oven so didn’t open the door). While continuing to read the reviews I saw that Stouffer's doesn’t recommend the convection oven and said the conventional is better so after 30 minutes of convection I switched to back to 400 degrees with the conventional oven for 50 minutes before removing the lid for the last 5 minutes. The lasagne was bubbly hot. After resting for 15 minutes the temperature dropped to 150 degrees and tasted great.
Date published: 2019-03-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from instructions are wrong cooking time or temp is way off. need to cook extra 45 min. never had this before with the smaller sizes
Date published: 2019-03-04
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