Organize Your Family Life with LivingTree

These Chicken Alfredo Lasagna Roll Ups are all of the flavors of classic Chicken Alfredo rolled up into lasagna noodles to make easy lasagna rolls. A simple weeknight dinner recipe that the whole family will love.

how to make Chicken Alfredo Lasagna Rolls


The thing I love most about lasagna roll ups is that you can make a big batch of them ahead of time and then portion them out into individual servings, or keep them together for a family dinner, and put them in the freezer until you are ready to serve them.

I bake my Chicken Alfredo Lasagna Roll Ups and serve them for dinner then put the leftovers in the freezer for another day.

You can also follow the recipe instructions up to the point where they go in the oven and instead put them in an airtight container and store them in the freezer. Then bake according to the instructions when you are ready to eat them (you may need to add a little extra time if you don’t let them thaw in the refrigerator first).

It saves so much time and I love being able to pull out a single serving to heat up for lunch.

casserole dish with Chicken Alfredo Lasagna Rolls



  • Bring a pot of water to a boil.
  • Add lasagna noodles and cook according to package instructions until al dente.
  • Drain water from the pot and place noodles on a flat surface. (I suggest using a piece of parchment paper).
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • In a large bowl combine shredded chicken, ricotta cheese, salt, onion powder, garlic powder, and Italian seasoning.
  • With the lasagna noodles on a flat surface spread 3 ounces of the chicken mixture on each noodle. Leave 1/3 of the noodle bare.
  • Top the chicken mixture with 1-2 tablespoons of Alfredo sauce.
  • Starting at the end of the noodle roll it up, rolling towards the bare end of the noodle.
  • Add 1/4 cup of Alfredo sauce to the bottom of a casserole dish.
  • Place each lasagna roll up into the casserole dish.
  • Pour the remaining Alfredo sauce over the lasagna roll ups.
  • Top with shredded mozzarella and Parmesan cheese.
  • Cover dish with aluminum foil and bake for 20 minutes.
  • After 20 minutes remove the aluminum foil and continue to bake for 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted and bubbling.
  • Enjoy!

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As parents we know too well the daily chaos of coordinating our family’s schedules. Coordinating our own schedules between spouses, among all of the events in our kids’ lives (class schedules, school events, practice/games schedules, Sunday school, ballet, swim meets- It can get a bit hectic.


For those of us needing a way to tame the chaos, a new platform called LivingTree has just launched nationwide. Good news is, it was created by parents for parents. 
LivingTree offers a web and mobile (iOS and Android) service, a cutting-edge system that aims to make it easy for busy parents to organize things with one another, coordinate and share the most important moments of their children’s lives with loved ones, as well as enabling the organizations that are helping teach our children (teachers/schools, coaches/leagues, etc) to more effectively communicate and coordinate with us as parents – all in one safe, and integrated place. 
How It Works…
LivingTree’s offering is focused on three key functions: 
Organization. LivingTree makes it easy to organize the everyday chaos. The LivingTree shared calendaring system keeps spouses on the same page to ensure personal events, family events, and events for each child in your family are organized and communicated efficiently. The platform is designed to automatically integrate the children’s classes, teams, schools, and leagues for easy coordination of the classroom or school events, parent teacher conferences, volunteer opportunities and commitments, or a season’s practice/games, etc. When locations or other details are changed (by a parent, a coach, or teacher) the calendar updates in real time, and all spouses or co-parents are automatically notified on their mobile devices.  The LivingTree shared calendaring system also supports subscription to other calendar types like Outlook, Apple Cal, Google Calendar, etc. 
Engagement. LivingTree simplifies communication between all the people participating in our children’s daily development. LivingTree’s “Conversations” provides tools for parents, extended families, youth leaders and organizations to privately share posts, photos, media, files, and converse in the context of our children’s lives. LivingTree aggregates all conversations into one secure place, providing a quick and easy way to converse with schools, teachers, leagues, coaches, etc. No more emails, reply-alls, or series of websites. 
Sharing and Remembering. LivingTree’s “Memories” feature offers parents an easy (yet private) way to chronicle the lives of their children. Quickly post a set of photos or media to a “Memory Mix” per child, and share it with other extended family members. It not only helps you capture the important moments and experiences, but instantly arranges them in the way you want to remember them. For example, chronicle the changing interests of one child— construction, superheroes, marine biology—while showing the steadfast interest of another—Shelby sings her heart out, age 3 to 15. And when connected to a child’s classroom or team, users get instant access to other photos or media the teachers, coaches or other parents have shared privately into the class or team – grab any of those, and chronicle for future posterity. 
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  1. This sounds really neat! I am always looking for new ways to save and share family memories.

  2. I know it's just a matter of time before our family needs something like this!

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