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Ground Beef Lasagna Recipes

Looking for recipes for ground beef lasagna? Taste of Home has the best ground beef lasagna recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

Pizza Lasagna

Pizza Lasagna

Pizza Lasagna

"My husband and I love pizza and lasagna. In this recipe, we have the best of both," notes Vicki Melies of Glenwood, Iowa. "Because we are both watching our weight, I trimmed down the fat so we could still enjoy this favorite dish."

Barbecue Lasagna

Barbecue Lasagna

Barbecue Lasagna

This hearty dish is a nice change of pace from more traditional lasagna. The barbecue flavor is fantastic!—Hazel Selle, Hartford, Wisconsin

Creamy Lasagna Casserole

Creamy Lasagna Casserole

Creamy Lasagna Casserole

Satisfy your gang with this casserole sent in by Shelly Korell. The Eaton, Colorado reader whips up a rich combination or cream cheese, sour cream and cheddar cheese that she layers with lasagna noodles and a beefy sauce.
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Cheesy Lasagna

Cheesy Lasagna

Cheesy Lasagna

The four different types of cheese make this lasagna a real crowd-pleaser. You can vary the amount of mozzarella, Monterey Jack, provolone and Parmesan to suit your preference. For our family, the more cheese, the better.

Bacon-Colby Lasagna

Bacon-Colby Lasagna

Bacon-Colby Lasagna

With both bacon and ground beef, this hearty dish is a real crowd-pleaser. The recipe came from my grandmother, now in her 80s. I've learned so much from helping her in the kitchen. —Cathy McCartney, Davenport, Iowa

Beef Enchilada Lasagna Casserole

Beef Enchilada Lasagna Casserole

Beef Enchilada Lasagna Casserole

“Whenever I make this cheesy layered casserole, my guests rave about it and ask for the recipe. I serve it with French bread or toasted garlic bread.” —Charlene Griffin, Minocqua, Wisconsin

Tex-Mex Lasagna

Tex-Mex Lasagna

Tex-Mex Lasagna

"This easy dish is one of our family's favorites," says Cindy Osborn. The Little Rock, Arkansas reader likes to double the recipe, making one zippy lasagna for dinner and another to freeze. "Sometimes we eat the second one in the same week," she adds.

Lasagna with Two Sauces

Lasagna with Two Sauces

Lasagna with Two Sauces

It's a shame that Suzanne Dole only fixes Lasagna with Two Sauces on an annual basis. The satisfying casserole is loaded with great flavor. "Please help me make over this luscious lasagna," writes the Claremont, New Hampshire cook. "It's one of our favorites, but with these ingredients, we can only enjoy it once a year."

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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