Air Fryer Spinach and Sun-Dried Tomato Toasted RavioliRecipe posted in: Nutrisystem Food Hacks, Dinners, Main Courses
Nutrisystem’s Bistro-Style Toasted Ravioli makes pasta night easier than ever! Simply toss this frozen favorite in your air fryer to turn it into a delectable meal that’s crispy on the outside, yet ooey and gooey on the inside. In this easy Nutrisystem food hack recipe, we whip up these mouthwatering morsels in the air fryer and pair them with a veggielicious combination of spinach, onions and sun-dried tomatoes. It’s a feel-good meal that rivals your favorite Italian-style bistro!
An Easy Sun-Dried Tomato Ravioli Recipe
If you haven’t made our Bistro-Style Toasted Ravioli in the air fryer yet, what are you waiting for?! The seasoned breadcrumb coating crisps to perfection, while the three-cheese filling becomes melty and delicious. (Check out our Air Fryer Bistro-Style Toasted Ravioli recipe here! >)
Add two of your four daily Vegetable servings to this popular Nutrisystem dinner by combining it with fresh spinach, chopped onions and flavorful sundried tomatoes. It’s a tasty combination that adds depth and deliciousness to this already amazing dish.
To make this Easy Sun-Dried Tomato Ravioli recipe, preheat your air fryer to 350 degrees and grab a package of Nutrisystem Bistro-Style Toasted Ravioli from the freezer. Place the ravioli into the air fryer basket with a quarter of a chopped onion. Spray it with nonstick cooking spray and cook for five minutes.
While it’s cooking, toss one cup of spinach leaves with one teaspoon of olive oil, a sprinkle of garlic powder and black pepper. After the five minutes is up, add the spinach mixture to the air fryer basket with the other ingredients and continue cooking for another four to five minutes. Plate up your meal and top it with two tablespoons of chopped sun-dried tomatoes before serving.
Running low on this frozen Restaurant Fave? Stock up your freezer with our Bistro-Style Toasted Ravioli here! >
A Note on Calories
This recipe makes one serving. Each serving contains 286 calories. Losing weight on Nutrisystem? Log this meal in your NuMi app journal as one Nutrisystem Dinner and two Vegetables.
Please Note: The calories on the Bistro-Style Toasted Ravioli package include the canola oil used in the standard prep method. This contributes around 70 calories to the nutrition facts. Since this air fryer recipe does not utilize this canola oil, those calories are omitted from the total recipe calories.
More Air Fryer Recipes
Lighten up your favorite meals, snacks and apps with the air fryer! Check out these other tasty air fryer recipes that fit into your Nutrisystem plan:
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- Air Fryer Funnel Cake >
*Please note that all air fryers cook differently. Before trying any recipe, always refer to the manufacturer safety instructions provided with your specific air fryer.
Calories per Serving: 286
On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 Nutrisystem Dinner and 2 Vegetables (OR 1 SmartCarb, 1 PowerFuel, 1 Extra and 2 Vegetables)
- 1 package Nutrisystem® Bistro-Style Toasted Ravioli
- 1 cup spinach leaves
- ¼ onion, chopped
- 2 Tbsp. chopped sun-dried tomatoes
- 1 tsp. olive oil
- 1/8 tsp. garlic powder
- 1 dash of black pepper
- Nonstick cooking spray
- Preheat air fryer to 350°F.
- Place the ravioli and chopped onions into the air fryer basket. Spray with nonstick cooking spray.
- Cook for 5 minutes.
- In the meantime, toss spinach, olive oil, garlic powder and black pepper together.
- After 5 minutes of cooking, add the spinach mixture to the air fryer basket. Cook for another 4-5 minutes, or until spinach is wilted.
- Top with sun-dried tomatoes and serve.
- *Please note that all air fryers cook differently. Before trying any recipe, always refer to the manufacturer safety instructions provided with your specific air fryer.