Lasagna Soup and 8 Other Clever Ways to Cook LasagnaBrooke McLay
Everyone loves lasagna. Whether you eat it veggie style or homestyle, gourmet or the down-home way, a pan of noodles, sauce, and cheese is a definite crowd-pleaser. So what happens when you take lasagna and turn it into a hearty soup? Or cook it on a skillet on your stove top? Or turn it into bite-sized cuppies? Well, what you get are 8 splendidly original takes on a truly classic flavor. Here are our favorite ways to serve lasagna that aren’t, you know, just a pan of lasagna.
Lasagna Soup 1 of 8Who says you need a fork to eat lasagna? This recipe turns all the flavors of lasagna into a hearty soup!
Click for the recipe from A Farm Girls Dabbles.
Slow Cooker Lasagna 2 of 8No boiling the noodles, no fuss! Making lasagna in the slow cooker is the easiest (and tastiest) way to go!
Click for the recipe from Bliss Tree.
Lasagna Burgers 3 of 8These lasagna burgers aren't just burgers. They are giant celebrations of all things Italian!
Click for the recipe from Rachael Ray Mag.
Mini Lasagna Bites 4 of 8Little Lasagna Cups may be better than big slices of lasagna! Cute, colorful, and surprisingly easy to make!
Click for the recipe from Can You Stay for Dinner?
Lasagna Pasta 5 of 8When you're craving lasagna, but don't have the patience to pull together a full pan, try this easy rotini lasagna.
Click for the recipe from Sing for Your Supper.
Lasagna in a Skillet 6 of 8Lasagna cooked in a skillet? Believe it!
Click for the recipe from Mind Over Batter.
Lasagna Bow Tie Pasta 7 of 8This homemade version of Hamburger Helper tastes way better than the box. Bow tie lasagna makes for a tasty meal!
Click for the recipe from Chef Mommy.
Lasagna Pinwheel Bites 8 of 8Lasagna Pinwheel Bites turn the average, ordinary appetizer into something easy and cheesy!
Click for the Lasagna Pinwheel Bites recipe.
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