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Slow-Cooker Vegetarian Lasagna

November/December 2011

Your rating: None Average: 3.5 (759 votes)

Sure, the slow cooker’s great for stews and soups, but it also happens to make a mean lasagna! In this ingenious slow-cooker recipe, all you have to do is chop your veggies, then layer the ingredients (raw) into the crockpot. Serve with: Garlic bread and a green salad.


33 Reviews for Slow-Cooker Vegetarian Lasagna

03/24/2014
Anonymous
Healthy and delicious

I love the fact that you don't have to cook the noodles. It's a easy, tasteful way to incorporate veggies. I'm not a veggie lover so I love recipes like this that make eating veggies painless!

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01/23/2014
Anonymous
This is tied for the BEST lasagna I have EVER had!

This blew my expectations away! This is tied for the best lasagna that I have ever eaten....including restaurants and secret family recipes!! The veggies in this make even a meat lover like myself not miss the veggies! This recipe is bright and flavorful and yet traditional enough that you really get that lasagna comfort food feel!!! I will likely take this dish to my next potluck event and may make ahead of time and freeze it for easy baking also.

Alterations: The sauce was a great base but I added salt, pepper, Italian seasoning, onion flakes, and garlic powder to my personal liking.

Veggies: I used 1 package of baby bella mushroom caps because of cost.

Also, All of the veggies to go in the ricotta mixture I simply washed and put in the food processor together so that they were diced...and I was really happy with the TIME SAVED and the texture!! I believe it made the recipe more traditional feeling and yet it sacrificed nothing taste wise.

This is flavorful, healthy, tasty, and convenient
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01/17/2014
Anonymous
Great taste!

I made this in my crockpot today, and am pleasantly surprised at how good it is! I did drain the diced tomatoes, used egg white, added a chopped red pepper and added onion seasoning. I also added quite a bit more italian seasoning, garlic. I found that I didn't use as many noodles either. Probably ended up using a little over half of just one box! The flavor is fantastic and I love that it is a healthier alternative to regular lasagna. To me it tastes just a great as a full carb, fat version!

great texture, veggies
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12/11/2013
Anonymous
Easy and delish - with a few modifications

I added extra veggies, including a yellow squash and more spinach. I am guessing that's what made it a bit soupy. I took a ladle and removed some, but the next day, it was fine...and the flavors melded more as is typical for an italian dish the next day. I didn't read reviews beforehand but would also increase the seasonings by adding salt and pepper, fresh basil and oregano, perhaps some italian seasoning, and more garlic.

Easy and quick for a slow cooker recipe
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09/09/2013
Anonymous
Incredibly good!

I didn't put in the red pepper and it was still absolutely delicious and so flavorful - best I have ever made. I did put it under the broiler before serving to get the top nice and crunchy.

Easy to make,very inexpensive and so delicious. All natural ingredients, nothing out of a can.
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Anonymous wrote 48 weeks 5 days ago

Umm - the tomatoes are

Umm - the tomatoes are canned. Just sayin'

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