A family favorite dish, these lasagna recipes truly have something for everyone. The delicious classic recipes are still here along with some new lasagna twists like creamy artichoke, vegetable, Greek-style, mushroom-crepe, and butternut squash.See Popular Lasagna Recipes
To make this pasta meal even faster, omit heating the sauce and just add 10 minutes to the baking time.
A little twist on traditional lasagna adds new herb flavor and an added bonus with the spinach.
Using oven-ready lasagna noodles makes this recipe simple to prepare...and layering vegetables into the lasagna is a brilliant way to add flavor and lighten up this delicious dish.
Try this chicken lasagna recipe from Betty Crocker.
These spinach and turkey lasagna rosettes are topped with creamy Swiss cheese sauce for an easy yet elegant weeknight main dish recipe.
For an irresistible twist on traditional lasagna, try this recipe that includes baby artichokes, Parmesan cheese, pine nuts, and ricotta cheese.
Your family and friends will love this lasagna with the bold taste. Just keep the easy preparation your own little secret.
Easy-to-assemble layers of cooked noodles, vegetables and creamy cheeses mingle with a rich, chunk-style pasta sauce make dinner extra special tonight or any night.
A twist on the popular Italian main dish. If you like pumpkin, this lasagna recipe may become a new tradition in your home.
No boil lasagna noodles cut the prep time in this family favorite pasta casserole.
Cook lasagna on the stove-top and have it ready for your hungry family in just 30 minutes, with the help of Hamburger Helper® dinner mix!
Cheeses, Italian sauce and noodles are layered and baked until hot and bubbling.
Using lean and light ingredients gives this satisfying one-dish meal all the great taste you expect from lasagna with only a fraction of the fat and calories.
This delectable lasagna makes great use of convenience products so that you've can put the dish together in just 15 minutes! While it bakes you can throw together a salad, and you've got a fabulous dinner for very little work.
Classic meat lasagna shows off its many layers. Make it as tall as your ingredients will allow.
I can't argue with Joyce Goldstein when she says fresh homemade egg pasta is the best choice for making her classic lasagne. I have yet to find a store-bought pasta that matches the rich flavor and light, ethereal texture of good homemade pasta. Making your own pasta takes a bit of time--the dough is fast to make, but rolling it into thin sheets takes about 45 minutes (though it goes faster with practice). You'll need a food processor, a pasta rolling machine, and lots of kitchen towels and counter space for laying out your pasta sheets.