If you like Italian cuisine, try the spicy layers of these mouthwatering lasagna recipes. Whether you prefer Florentine, spicy brunch, or a lighter lasagna, these recipes include wide tender noodles filled with delicious fresh Italian ingredients that are baked to perfection.See Popular Italian Lasagna Recipes
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.
Let Johnsonville Sausage Expert Joe shows you how to make Italian Sausage Lasagna for that special someone! (Of course, it's also perfect for dinner with family or friends, too.)
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.
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.
Cheeses, Italian sauce and noodles are layered and baked until hot and bubbling.
Need a lasagna recipe? Here's a classic. And if you need to save time, follow the quick version.
Take the struggle out of lasagna creation by making the Italian dinner in your slow cooker! This vegetarian recipe calls for store-bought Alfredo mix to speed up the prep process even more.
Add an Italian twist to hamburger casserole. Tomatoes, fettuccine noodles and lots of cheese create a one-dish dinner complete with veggies.
No need to cook the lasagna noodles...just layer them right in the pan with the cheeses, spinach and tomato-mushroom sauce.
Layers of ground beef, tomatoes, pasta, and creamy ricotta cheese make up this popular casserole that's as good to serve at home as it is to tote to a potluck. This one is low in fat!
A tablespoon of butter makes this speedy sauce especially luxurious. Michael Schlow of Radius in Boston recommends leaving the butter out if you're planning to freeze the sauce, and adding it during reheating.
Lasagna is the perfect freezer meal. Make this rolled version with spinach on a rainy day to have on hand the next day your schedule is too busy to make dinner.
This delicious white lasagna is packed with vegetables, keeping it healthy and making it a hearty vegetarian meal. Using no-boil pasta noodles helps cut down on preparation time.
Vegetables become power players in this easy take on lasagna. Zucchini and portobello mushrooms combine nicely with ground beef, garlic, ricotta, and mozzarella.
Whether you use sausage or beef, this meaty lasagna is sure to satisfy. Use cottage cheese instead of ricotta to make it a little more healthy.