Baked Ravioli with Corn, Bacon & Asparagus

One of our favorite easy dinners is a ravioli casserole

Fresh ravioli, a jarred sauce and a fresh vegetable or two~

So easy to throw together and

it can be made up to a day ahead of time

I’ve posted several versions of baked ravioli,

This one is very similar to Asparagus Alfredo Ravioli Bake

so I wasn’t planning to post this,


It was so good I had to share it with you

I like to use Rana ravioli,

you can find it fresh in the refrigerated section

of your grocery store

For this casserole I combined Italian Sausage Ravioli

and Chicken & Roasted Garlic Ravioli

There are a lot of good Alfredo sauces available now

and for this recipe

I used Rao’s Homemade Roasted Garlic Alfredo Sauce

And because this recipe is all about easy,

I went with frozen Gold and White Corn

All you have to do is let it thaw then toss it in with the ravioli

Cook ravioli for slightly less time than the package directions,

it will continue to cook when the casserole is baked

{I cooked mine for 3 minutes rather than the suggested 4 minutes}

I usually cook bacon in the oven,

it’s easier than using a skillet

because you don’t have to stand there and turn it

I always cook a little extra too,

it’s handy to have on hand to add to a sandwich or salad

Cover the bottom of a casserole dish with a layer of sauce

Add drained ravioli

and add the thawed corn and bacon pieces

Stir to combine, then cover with remaining sauce

I wanted to keep this kid friendly so the boys would like it

so I served the asparagus on the side

Then a few nights later,

I was reheating the leftovers just for me

so I mixed the leftover asparagus in

with the leftover corn and bacon ravioli

I topped with it with grated Parmesan cheese

A very easy and delicious one dish meal!

Baked Ravioli with Corn, Bacon & Asparagus

This is an easy 1 dish meal that goes together quickly and can be made up to a day ahead of time. Ravioli is tossed with Alfredo sauce, corn and bacon pieces with optional asparagus and baked
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Bacon 20 minutes
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Servings 4


  • casserole dish


  • 1 10 oz package of Italian Sausage Ravioli
  • 1 10 oz package of Chicken and Garlic Ravioli
  • 1 10 oz package of frozen corn kernels, thawed, or 2 cups canned or fresh corn
  • 6 slices cooked bacon strips, broken into 1 inch pieces
  • 1 15 oz jar Alfredo sauce*
  • 14 spears cooked asparagus, cut into 1 inch pieces, optional**


  • Pour enough Alfredo sauce into greased casserole dish to cover the bottom
  • Cook ravioli al dente, drain and put into casserole dish
  • Add corn, bacon and asparagus and stir to combine
  • Pour remaining Alfredo sauce over ingredients
  • Dish can be covered and refrigerated at this point if desired
  • Bake covered at 350 degrees for 30 minutes, uncover and continue baking for 15-30 more minutes until bubbling
  • Garnish with grated Parmesan cheese to serve
  • Makes 4-5 servings


*you can adjust the amount of sauce to your preference, use less if you want a lighter dish
**lightly cook asparagus by heating in a towel in the microwave for 2 minutes on high
Keyword Baked Ravioli, do ahead, one dish meal, Ravioli Alfredo, ravioli casserole, ravioli with corn, bacon and asparagus, sausage and chicken ravioli

Here are more variations of Baked Ravioli

Deli Sandwich Ravioli Bake has salami and ham in it

Rainbow Ravioli Bake has a rainbow of vegetables, butternut squash, mushrooms, asparagus, and Brussels sprouts

Summer Breeze Ravioli has corn, snow peas and ham

Sausage Ravioli Alfredo with Bacon, Asparagus and Butternut Squash

Sausage Ravioli with Butternut Squash & Spinach Cream

Any of these combinations make a wonderful meal!

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29 Responses to “Baked Ravioli with Corn, Bacon & Asparagus”
  1. Nancy says:

    Scrumptious! And easy cause it’s summertime!
    Thanks Jenna!

  2. Bernadette says:

    Bella e deliziosa

  3. Pam says:

    Good morning, Jenna. This recipe will be added to my go-to pasta dishes. We love Rao sauces. How can it not be delicious with bacon and corn?! Happy Tuesday!!

  4. Love the corn here! I’m sure it adds a lovely sweetness.

  5. Yum!! This looks so good! I like easy, especially when I haven’t thawed something out for dinner. Pulling a few items into an easily baked main course sounds great. I think I’d substitute fresh and trimmed spinach in the dish for the corn, to increase the vegetable factor and reduce the carbs/

  6. I’ve used Rana before (and oo-la-la, I’ve also made my own ravioli from scratch, but alas, it was as tough as an army cot! ) But I’ve never tried the chicken garlic version of Rana. Until my ravioli making skills are better, I’ll have to give it a try. It sure looks delicious in your recipe! Ciao!

  7. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Jenna, you are making me hungry. This ravioli recipe looks scrumptious. You always come up with the yummiest recipes! Thanks so much for sharing. Happy Tuesday!

  8. It looks like a filling and delicious meal!

  9. lghiggins says:

    Great, easy meal with a spring/summer vibe! Nice transition dish–Happy First Day of Summer on Wednesday!

  10. Creative – and perfect for summertime dinning!

  11. Mary says:

    Such a quick and easy meal for the lazy days of summer Jenna! Happy Weekend ♥

  12. Doreen says:

    I found you on The House on Silverado. What a great idea. I would need to eliminate the corn as I’m allergic and make my own gluten free ravioli, which I do anyway.

  13. Kitty says:

    OMGoodness this sounds so easy and incredibly delicious! I like easy for summertime or anytime for that matter! Another winner!

  14. Kim says:

    This looks delicious, of course! I’ve never heard of Italian sausage ravioli so I’ll have to check that out. I’ve also never tried Rao’s Alfredo sauce, so there’s that too. Would you say its a better alfredo sauce than Classico? Bacon is a favorite here and I put asparagus in everything it seems, so what’s not to love? Thanks for sharing!!

    • Thanks Kim! I like Classico too, so it’s hard to say one is better than the other. Rao’s is usually more expensive…I tend to put bacon and asparagus in everything too and I love it paired with corn. As for the ravioli, you can use any kind you want. The formula is simple, easy and always good!

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