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Slow-Cooker Lasagna

Slow-Cooker Lasagna recipe
photo by:kraft
The easiest lasagna ever includes three kinds of cheese simmered with spaghetti sauce and ground beef. Just one more reason to love your slow cooker!
time
prep:
20 min
total:
4 hr 20 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
10/7/2010
omg was very surprised,this recipe was not only easy to make it was also very good,next time i will add a couple of boiled eggs like i do with my usual lasagna,definitly a keeper!!
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!!!
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