This Lasagna Soup Recipe is an incredibly hearty meal you can easily whip up in less than an hour. It boasts everything you love about lasagna, without all the work.
Made with a decadent cashew cream, this butternut squash and mushroom lasagna is vegan and layered with so many delicious flavors.
Mushroom and Butternut Lasagna with Sage- a delicious vegetarian or vegan main dish, perfect for the Thanksgiving! Bring it to all your coming gatherings and potlucks. It can be made ahead and served with Beaujolais wine for a seriously beautiful pairing.
This feel-good dinner of lasagna roll ups is so worth the wait.
This lasagna recipe is loaded with spinach to become chicken florentine lasagna. It’s soft, cheesy and delicious.
Relax with a hearty, warm pan of mushroom sage lasagna that can be prepped ahead and baked just before dinner. Pair the creamy dish with a cool, dry Riesling to refresh the palate. Now that’s a perfect weeknight dinner!
Chicken and Spinach Lasagna Roll-Ups are loaded with shredded chicken, spinach, and ricotta and topped with alfredo sauce to be your new favorite weeknight dinner.
Easily prepare spinach and artichoke lasagna well before your guests arrive, then bake and enjoy. Finish the meal with a rich chocolate arborio rice pudding.
Thin slices of potatoes replace pasta sheets in this hearty lasagna that is full of new flavors and nutrients.
This lasagna is a lighter and yummy alternative to the traditional meat lasagna, perfectly suitable for vegetarians and people with tomato intolerance.
An innovative vegetarian take on the traditional ragù sauce, resulting in rich flavor and perfect for those who like variety in their cooking.
Warm your kitchen with a hearty lasagna bolognese that all your eaters will enjoy. Then make an iconic Italian sweet, chocolate cannoli with hazelnuts.
A vegetarian lasagna is perfect to add to the holiday spread and will satisfy all your eaters. Finish a meal with a rich yogurt and olive oil cake topped with chocolate ganache.
Castello’s Aged Havarti cheese brings an element of cool to an arrabiata lasagna with spicy chicken sausage.
Apricots, ras el hanout, and feta take lamb lasagna on a whole new route. Make the full dish to feed a crowd or have plenty of delicious leftovers.
Be wowed by Dr. Richard Ireland’s traditional lasagna.
Zucchini, or “courgette” as it is sometimes known, replaces meat in this lightened version of comforting lasagne.
Replacing the usual spinach with kale and cutting the carbs from this “lasagna” makes a favorite vegetarian dinner even healthier.
The last layer of spinach leaves just under the grated cheese will give this lasagna a crispy, savory crust.
This dish is super easy to make, and you can be sure the family will love it.
Sprinked with parmesan – the result is a bubbly roll of cheese-y and saugage-y goodness.