The 12 Cheesy, Comforting Vegetarian Lasagnas of Your Dreams
Three-Cheese Skillet Lasagna
Parmesan, ricotta, and mozzarella cheeses are used in this indulgent skillet dinner. Not only is this lasagna delicious, it's also a fast route to baked pasta: It takes just 30 minutes to make and 30 minutes to bake.
Squash Lasagna with Spinach
Layered with sweet, nutty kombucha squash and spinach plus a rich Gruyere and creamy ricotta cheese filling, this lasagna is just right for sweater weather.
Very Vegetable Lasagna
The name says it all: This dish contains two pounds of zucchini, plenty of spinach, and marinara sauce!
No spinach or bechamel here: Swiss chard is layered with noodles, a quick tomato sauce, and mozzarella for an easy baked-pasta dinner.
Rich Artichoke and Mushroom Lasagna
Make this decadent dinner any time of the year. It uses canned artichoke hearts and roasted mushrooms, combined wth a simple, creamy bechamel sauce and is a meal of substance and flavor.
Butternut Squash and Sage Lasagna
Classic fall flavors fill this pasta dish. Slices of roasted butternut squash are mixed with ricotta, egg yolks, cream, and mozzzrella to create a luscious filling for lasagna noodles.
Wild Mushroom and Spinach Lasagna
Fancy enough for company, this baked pasta features wild mushrooms such as chanterelles, shiitake, and oyster. They have a satisfying umami-rich taste, similar to red meat. It's a most satisfying and elegant meatless meal.
No-Bake Summer Lasagna
Lasagna in less than 30 minutes?! Yes, this deconstructed dish has all the pasta, ricotta, and tomatoes you love in a lighter form. No oven time needed: The noodles are boiled then dressed with the other ingredients.
Rich Spinach and Leek Lasagna
And now for something different: No lasagna noodles here; this hearty recipe uses corn tortillas instead, along with pinto beans, spinach, and salsa. This "pasta" dish is sure to become a family favorite.
Free-Form Lasagna with Edible Weeds
Not your traditional lasagna: This oven-free version uses wild greens, such as purslane, sheep sorrel, and chickweed, with noodles and a lemony ricotta mixture. It's light and delicious.
Matzo Spinach Lasagna
The perfect answer to the question of what to do with leftover matzo from the seder.