Slow-Cooker Turkey Pesto Lasagna
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Cook: 3 hours + standing
This was easy enough to prepare but I found the turkey layer a bit dry and needing more flavor. If I make this again, I would use Italian sausage instead of plain ground turkey to spice it up.
I recently needed an easy slow cooker supper, so I decided to try this recipe. Unfortunately, I didn't have enough no-cook lasagna noodles on hand, so I decided to use cooked egg noodles, which worked surprisingly well! My supper was easy to prepare and absolutely delicious! I'll definitely make this again and wouldn't hesitate to use the egg noodles.
Really good; I substituted sweet Italian turkey sausage for the ground turkey, (had in freezer), great, no fuss meal.
Wow, could not believe how easy this was and how good it tasted. I am sure I will be making this again. I made this in an oval crock pot. Turned out great.
Love the picture and recipe. However, I do not have a round slow cooker for this recipe, so I am going to try this in my 9 inch spring form pan, and will use some extra noodles for around the edges and bake it in my oven. Will get back to you and let you know how it turned out. Thanks for the recipe.
I made this for our work meeting for lunch time. The designated amount of time on low is perfect for 4 hours. I even used a slower cooker plastic bag which really made for easy clean up. I did substitute out the turkey for 93/7 lean ground beef. I love adding the pesto since I made so much with our basil plant this year (pesto freezes so well) I also used part skim ricotta and part skim mozzarella.
This was my first time cooking lasagna in the slow cooker, and it was surprisingly good. Had just the right ratio of sauce to noodles. I substituted ground pork because I had some in the freezer.
simply delicious! I love how easy this was to put together. Simple and quick which is great for busy week nights . My three-year-old son especially loved the dish. He ate every bite off his plate