Bertolli Oven Bake Meals Eick December 12, 2008 Reviews 5 Comments One of the nice things about working for an internet company is that when people here have food related clients I get to try out new products. One of our latest campaigns is for the new Bertolli’s Oven Baked Meals.Â I picked up three different packages, the Tri-Color Four Cheese Ravioli, the Chicken Parm & Penne, and the meal I ended up trying first, Meat Lasagna Rustico: It had been a while since I had eaten lasagna, so I was actually really looking forward to the meal.Â The bag called for a cooking time of around 45 minutes, so I took the food out and laid it in a baking pan.Â I don’t know what I expected the frozen sauce to look like, but I was very amused by the little chunks of tomato sauce. After 45 minutes in the oven and a few minutes to melt cheese on top, the lasagna was good to go. The flavors were failrly solid and just meaty enough to be tasty without being TOO meaty.Â It tasted like an above average cafeteria lasagna, which isn’t bad considering it’s a frozen meal.Â The lasagna fed two of us, but only with a salad and a side of bread for each of us as well.Â For about $8 retail it’s a decent, but not huge amount of food.Â I’m looking forward to trying the ravioli, but if you’re making frozen meals a lot of it is probably about convenience for you.Â Don’t look at the nutrition facts – there’s aÂ fair amount of saturated fat, but if an easy to make meal that’s better quality than salisbury steak and a TV dinner is what you crave, the Oven Baked Meals are probably a decent call. The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Eick Latest posts by Eick (see all) Surge Wins Discontinued Foods Bracket! - April 12, 2013 Discontinued Foods Bracket FINAL VOTE: Surge vs. Planter’s Cheez Balls - April 10, 2013 Discontinued Foods Bracket Final Four! Surge vs. Ecto Cooler - April 8, 2013 5 Responses Cary December 12th, 2008 Astronaut food, eick, you just ate astronaut food. The revolution is coming. Pretty soon we’ll being peeing into hoses and wearing 1-piece pajama suits with footies. The astronauts care not for our freshly prepared vittles. Reply Darlene December 15th, 2008 What a waste of money. 8 bucks for 2 pieces of lasagna that you have to cook yourself at home. I don’t see why anyone would buy this when you could make probably 6-8 servings for the same price if you were to make it yourself (not frozen). Ive stopped buying convenience foods and it’s amazing how much money you save, not to mention less waste for the environment. Reply dglanan December 8th, 2011 We bought this ridiculous item, and looking at the package we thought it would be enough for 2, but not only was it not enough there were two pieces of chicken all right, but one of them was 1/3 the size of a small chicken breast. This is one of the biggest gips that I have ever had pulled on me by manufacturers. I haven’t even tasted it and I’m already so mad I want to throw it out!!! Reply Dot Gibson January 17th, 2013 Can anybody Please tell me where I can find Bertollis Lasagna, I’m in Florida, Apollo Beach, it can’t be found in any stores here now From here to Brandon, we totally Love it can’t find for a year now, Can it be ordered on line??? somewhere??? Please Help!!! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Current ye@r * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.