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Lasagna Dinners

Looking for lasagna dinners? Find lasagna dinner recipes including vegetarian lasagna dinners, spinach lasagna recipes, and more dinner recipes for lasagna.

Makeover Lasagna with Two Sauces

Makeover Lasagna with Two Sauces

Makeover Lasagna with Two Sauces

To start, our home economists reduced the total amount of meat in the recipe and replaced it with a healthier alternative-bulgur, a form of cracked wheat. This resulted in a thick "meaty" tomato sauce with less fat and more fiber. To lighten the cream cheese sauce, they used less butter and Parmesan cheese, replaced the milk with the fat-free variety and used reduced-fat cream cheese in place of the full-fat kind. Finally, they used three fewer lasagna noodles. The slimmed-down lasagna has 35% fewer calories, about 60% less fat, and half the saturated fat and cholesterol of the original. After just one taste, you won't even realize it has been lightened up.

Saucy Skillet Lasagna

Saucy Skillet Lasagna

Saucy Skillet Lasagna

Thanks to no-cook lasagna noodles, this skillet lasagna makes a fresh, filling, flavorful and fast entree for any Italian meal. —Meghan Crihfield, Ripley, West Virginia

Easy Zucchini Lasagna

Easy Zucchini Lasagna

Easy Zucchini Lasagna

No-cook noodles save prep time for this lasagna recipe. Since these lasagna noodles will expand during baking, avoid overlapping them. The noodles will touch the sides of dish upon baking.
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Beef Taco Lasagna

Beef Taco Lasagna

Beef Taco Lasagna

This recipe makes two big pans. Freeze one or both to enjoy later. —Stacey Compton, Toledo, Ohio

Petite Lasagna

Petite Lasagna

Petite Lasagna

Store-bought spaghetti sauce simplifies preparation of this loaf-size lasagna from Kathy Coble of Missouri City, Texas. With a salad on the side, a serving of this Italian-style casserole makes a hearty meal.

Meatball Lasagna

Meatball Lasagna

Meatball Lasagna

Addella Thomas of Mt. Sterling, Illinois crumbles leftover meatballs into the homemade spaghetti sauce she uses in this cheesy lasagna. "My family wants me to make this dish all the time. It goes over well at reunions, too," she adds.

Meatless Lasagna

Meatless Lasagna

Meatless Lasagna

"This saucy lasagna is one of my specialties," says Sharon Allen of Allentown, Pennsylvania. "It's packed with fresh-tasting vegetables, such s zucchini, mushrooms, carrots and peppers. The colorful casserole is a great way to celebrate the bounty of summertime."

Egg Noodle Lasagna

Egg Noodle Lasagna

Egg Noodle Lasagna

Mary Oberlin of Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania was lucky enough to receive this recipe from one of her friends. The perfect take-along for charity events and church potlucks, the comforting crowd-pleaser is sure to warm tummies on the coldest of winter nights.

Christmas Night Lasagna

Christmas Night Lasagna

Christmas Night Lasagna

I tinkered with this recipe four or five times before I got it down to what it is now. It's easy—all you do is mess up two pots—but it tastes as good as the lasagnas that are a big production.

Artichoke Chicken Lasagna

Artichoke Chicken Lasagna

Artichoke Chicken Lasagna

Chicken, artichokes and a cream sauce make this lasagna more special than the usual tomato and beef variety. Everyone will love it! —Donna Boellner, Annapolis, Maryland

Creamy Broccoli Lasagna

Creamy Broccoli Lasagna

Creamy Broccoli Lasagna

On a cool day, nothing hits the spot more than a comforting casserole. People can't resist the combination of a rich homemade white sauce, broccoli, mushrooms and Swiss cheese.—Launa Shoemaker, Landrum, South Carolina
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