Spinach adds a colorful, healthy touch to these yummy lasagna recipes. Whether you're looking for a classic tomato, Swiss cheese, or white sauce, these spinach lasagna recipes include baked and skillet dinners you won't want to miss.See Popular Spinach Lasagna Recipes
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No need to cook the lasagna noodles...just layer them right in the pan with the cheeses, spinach and tomato-mushroom sauce.
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.
Come home to ready-to-eat lasagna with a slow cooker recipe that has yummy layers of noodles, spicy turkey, pasta sauce, and spinach-ricotta filling.
A slow cooker can do all the heavy lifting when it comes to lasagna! Simply brown your meat, layer it with no-boil noodles, sauce and cheese and flip on the heat.
This low-fat vegetarian lasagna recipe is baked in individual portions in jumbo muffin cups. You can use tofu or light ricotta in the filling. When mixed with spinach, pine nuts, and basil, it's hard to tell the difference.
Fans of white pizza will fall for this marinara-free vegetarian lasagna that's filled with rich and creamy ricotta, Alfredo and mozzarella.
This slow cooker lasagna recipe is packed with so much ooey-gooey cheese, you won't even realize it's missing the meat!
This casserole is layered with ricotta cheese and sausage, just like lasagna, but sliced potatoes replace the noodles, and a nutmeg-scented white sauce stands in for the traditional red sauce.
This Italian specialty recipe features a delicious blend of Italian sausage, spinach, mozzarella, and ricotta cheeses.
This low fat meatless version of the classic lasagna is showy enough to serve when entertaining.
Spinach, broccoli and carrots fill this four-cheesy lasagna recipe. This hearty one-dish recipe can be assembled and refrigerated up to two days before serving.
Frozen spinach adds nutrition to this Italian-American comfort-food staple. To cut down on calories and fat, use turkey sausage.
Lasagna for breakfast? Absolutely, when it's filled with eggs, vegetables, cheese and ham.
This cheesy lasagna is full of spicy Italian turkey sausage, whole-wheat noodles, mushrooms and spinach. A serving of this version has about one-third the fat and saturated fat, and only half the calories of the original. Use soy-based sausage for a hearty vegetarian variation.
Low-fat cheeses and egg product make this meatless lasagna recipe perfect for a healthy family meal.