Posted on March 20th, 2013
Spinach and mushroom lasagna is one of absolute favorite dishes. It’s loaded with good for you ingredients and is so cheesy and creamy. But aside from the fact that this dish is made with healthy vegetables, most traditional Spinach and Mushroom Lasagna Recipes can be loaded with extra fat, calories and carbs.
Posted on June 25th, 2012
I got rid of the noddles in this Noodle-Free Lasagna Recipe, and used grilled zucchini and Portablella mushrooms instead, and it was a HUGE hit! The lasagna tasted amazing and the noodles weren’t missed a bit. The key was to still use good mozzarella cheese (not fat free) and use real ground beef instead of ground turkey. This helps to keep all of the amazing flavors of a traditional lasagna that we all love.
Posted on November 2nd, 2011
Who says lasagna can only be cooked in a casserole dish? This super yummy vegetarian lasagna recipe is made easy by using a crock pot instead of the traditional oven and baking dish. It’s loaded with protein and veggies, and saves all the Points for the good stuff….the CHEESE.
Posted on September 8th, 2011
This delicious low calorie lasagna recipe is one of my all time favorites! Made with Gorgonzola cheese and caramelized onions, it is super yummy. But because it’s bulked up with veggies and uses whole wheat lasagna noodles, it’s a lot lower in fat and calories than traditional lasagna recipes. Also, there’s no meat, so it’s a great Vegetarian Lasagna Recipe too!
Posted on March 2nd, 2009
This Roasted Vegetable Lasagna Recipe puts a new twist on a favorite Italian dish. Traditional lasagna recipes can be a weighty issue – loaded with fat and calories. But this Weight Watchers Recipe offers a healthier, new version that tastes fantastic but has a lot less calories and fat and has just 5 Weight Watchers Points per serving.
Posted on December 29th, 2008
Start the new year off right with this delicious and healthy Chicken and Spinach Lasagna Recipe from Weight Watchers. It’s loaded with fiber, protein and tons of vitamins and minerals, so not only is it low in Points, but it’s really good for you too!