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Slow-Cooker Lasagna

Slow-Cooker Lasagna recipe
photo by:kraft
The easiest lasagna ever includes three kinds of cheese simmering along with spaghetti sauce and ground beef. The slow cooker does everything but go to the store for you.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
4 hr 20 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
10/6/2010
My family loved this. It is a keeper.
posted:
10/6/2010
I LOVE this recipe. I use Turkey burger to make it leaner as we are not big beef eaters. I also use extra noodles and dried parsley. It is delicious! Pair it with garlic butter crescent rolls and it make it even better!!
posted:
10/5/2010
It's very easy to make and tastes very good!
posted:
10/5/2010
Was wondering i can't eat ricotta cheese and usually make lasagna with cottage cheese. anyone know if you can replace cottage cheese in this recipe?
posted:
10/5/2010
Our stove broke acouple days ago so I've been trying some of your crock pot recipes... I made this one the other day and we really liked it. I was surprised how good it was for being cooked in the crock pot. I added a can of mushroom and shredded carrot to the meat sauce and some frozen spinach (thawed and drained) to the cheese mixture. I will make this again.
posted:
10/2/2010
I made this to have for dinner after a charity walk. I wanted something to be ready when we got home. It came out perfect, I didn't add water just a little extra sauce and a can of tomato paste, I turned the cooker off about a half hour before serving, the noodles were cooked and the lasagna didn't fall apart . I also used sausage along with ground beef. I will make it again.
posted:
9/26/2010
I thought this was surprisingly good! I used Italian seasoning in the meat, and used a Robusto sauce for added flavor. The only recommendation that I have would be to wait a while after it's done cooking for it to cool. If you serve it right away, it's a little "soupy" and spereads out on the plate. For it to be formed like it is in the picture, it needs time to set.
posted:
9/14/2010
This was a fantastic recipe!!!! I substituted sweet Italian sausage (12 oz)., casings removed and well browned, for the ground beef; and used the flat no-boil lasagna noodles. OMG, it was just like the lasagna we had in Rome. The best part, no messy pan to wash up either, 'cause I used a crock-pot liner!!!!
posted:
8/24/2010
Simple and delicious! What more could you want. I made this when we were camping. I even used one of those disposable slow cooker liners so the cleanup was a cinch. Loved it!!!
posted:
8/21/2010
Easy and delicious...a great make ahead meal.
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