CrockPot Lasagna

Crockpot Lasagna Recipe

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Mary Hartman


My husband isn't usually a big pasta lover but he loves this recipe.

You can really put whatever you like in your lasagna & it will be good. There is no set ingredients. I sometimes use italian sausage & smoked mozzarella & ricotta or cottage cheese. Just whatever you like.


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20 Min
4 Hr


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1 lb
beef or turkey burger
1 lb
mozzarella cheese, low-fat
16 oz
favorite spaghetti sauce
2-4 oz
parmesan cheese
1/2 box
lasagna noodles, uncooked

How to Make CrockPot Lasagna


  • 1Brown the meat & drain the grease off. Then mix it with the spaghetti sauce. Set aside.
  • 2Grate the mozzarella cheese into a bowl & add the parmesan to it.
  • 3Spray your Crockpot with cooking spray & begin putting your Uncooked regular lasagna noodles in the bottom. (you will have to break them to make them fit.) Spread some of the sauce mixture on top, then some of the cheese. Keep layering until the crockpot is about half full. End with the cheese on top.
  • 4Put the lid on. Turn the Crockpot on Low for 4 hours.(Try not to take lid off during cooking.) The noodles should be tender & the edges a little crispy.

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About CrockPot Lasagna

Course/Dish: Pasta
Regional Style: Italian

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