Top Rated Lasagna Recipes

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"Well, it looks really good, but is it worth all that effort? YES. Yes it is. Take my word for it. In fact, after you make this lasagna for the fifth time (because your family keeps requesting it), it’s not going to feel like any effort at all. With eggplant slices for “noodles,” the meaty Italian red sauce and creamy coconut milk “béchamel” make this one of the dishes I’m the most proud of in the whole entire book. Enjoy!" -Casey Joy GarciaRecipe excerpted from cookbook Fed & Fit: A 28 Day Food & Fitness Plan to Jump-Start Your Life with Over 175 Squeaky-Clean Paleo Recipes by Casey Joy Garcia 
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From the author of Robicelli's: A Love Story with Cupcakes. "Nothing says Christmas to me quite like lasagna. I know it doesn't sound super traditional to most people, but for Italians from Brooklyn, every meal starts with pasta, and every major holiday starts with one that normally too much of a pain in the butt to make every Sunday. For us, lasagna started two days ahead when my grandmother would start the gravy — a tomato sauce full of pork shoulder, braciole, sausage, and meatballs that simmers for a minimum of eight hours.  The next day, the lasagna would be assembled, baked, and then chilled, as with lasagna a 24-hour rest period is essential so the flavors and textures meld. Then finally, the day of, we'd finish cooking in a hot oven, preferably burning the corners just enough to my liking. No one would ever eat the ham, or turkey, or whatever — we were always too full from the lasagna."
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You won't miss the meat in this flavor-packed and hearty lasagna. It might take a while to prepare and assemble, but is definitely worth the effort!
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Lasagna
Lasagna is amazing. It’s basically a mechanism to eat massive quantities of meat and cheese, which means that it has to be delicious. If meat isn’t your thing, you can easily substitute vegetables, tofu, or textured vegetable protein. Or put in more cheese! You can never go wrong with more cheese. The nice part about this version is you don’t even have to boil the noodles. You just put it together and leave it in the fridge for a few hours. That’s my speed. For more recipe ideas, check out this list of top lasagna recipes.  Click here to see 15 Classic Comforting Foods
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Zucchini
Calories 261, fat 12 g, carbs 16 g, fiber 3 g, protein 24 g  
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Lasagna with Butternut Squash
The sweetness of butternut squash and roasted onions and garlic are the perfect complement to ground beef and fresh herbs, so why not give your lasagna a seasonal twist? This recipe calls for roasted butternut squash, but if you have leftover baked sweet potatoes on hand, you can use them instead. Click here for more of our best lasagna recipes.
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This is a delicious vegan/vegetarian option for one of our most popular dishes! When you think of lasagna, you tend to think of pasta, meat, and loads of cheese. Here you have a delicious alternative made with earthy and meaty portabella mushrooms. 
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pumpkin lasagna
Lasagna is a family dinner staple, so why not add a healthy twist? This recipe is dairy-free, gluten-free, and uses fresh organic spices to deliver a kid-pleasing taste. Making healthy alternatives for your favorite dishes will not only satisfy your taste buds, but also make you feel fuller longer. 
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Lasagna
If you’re skeptical about cooking lasagna in a slow cooker, have no fear — it’s as easy as layering the ingredients and walking away. This recipe will have your lasagna pan gathering dust. The Italian purist in me was happy to find that traditional lasagna noodles bake up beautifully without boiling them first, and my boys were delighted to eat this for dinner and again as tasty leftovers.
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Spinach and Ricotta Lasagna
A good, creamy lasagna is important to have in your cooking repertoire. This lasagna is simple and easy to make, and the ricotta adds a creaminess that other lasagnas may use béchamel sauce to achieve. The layer of basil adds extra freshness, so be sure to use basil leaves, not dried. Click here to see 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make in a Microwave
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This is a wonderful and warming fall recipe that is filled with buttercup squash and cheese.
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For an easy lasagna, try making it all in one skillet. For more recipes, visit Taste of Home
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