I topped them with some mozzarella cheese and a mix of fontina, asiago, provolone and parm.
Bake them at 400 for 12 minutes.
And then serve on super classy paper plates:).
I've been fortunate enough to have a husband who could literally live on pasta. I could make pasta every day and he'd be happy as a clam. The only thing preventing me from doing this is that I'd go crazy. This comes in handy for Tuesdays though:). I've started making this Tuesday morning so when I get home it just goes right in the oven.
I'll make the pasta...I'm assuming I don't need to go into detail for that part...and mix it with your sauce of choice. Always add more sauce then you would normally if you were eating it right away. It will need the extra liquid when it bakes. So if you like your pasta on the dry side, and bake it dry, you will get gross crusty pasta. Put into individual baking dishes and top with cheese and italian seasoning. At this point I cover it with foil, put them in the fridge and go about my day as usual.
Fast forward 7 hours.....................
Preheat oven to 375 and bake uncovered for about 15-20 minutes or until cheese is melty and noodles are hot.
And you have a fancy looking pasta dish in no time at all! I stopped at Panera and got an asiago cheese loaf in between working. It doesn't hurt to get yourself a cute set of potholders to serve these on, you'll need 'em.