Lasagna in the Slow Cooker

Re-blog Monday , this slow cooker recipe was originally posted 2 years ago, Feb. ’12. It is not your Mother’s Slow Cooker kind of recipe. Credit goes to Jessica Seinfeld for this recipe and my friend Cathy who turned me on to it. It’s winter time and what better time to slow cook? All you need is a nice crusty bread and a salad and you’re good to go. Happy slow-cooking!

Cooking with Candi

I have to say when I first heard about lasagna in the slow cooker I was sort of skeptical.  My friend Cathy told me about it; she said she had made it for her family and I should give it a go.   The original recipe is from Jessica Seinfeld, who sneaks vegetables and healthy stuff into her food. I did make a few changes from original recipe , I used more sauce and a little more salt , I used fresh spinach which can easily be substituted for ground turkey, sausage, or any type of meat you like.  Next time I make this recipe I will be using meat because it really was quite easy and pretty quick even by slow cooker standards. It cooked in 3 1/2 hours, looked amazing and tasted delicious. I am still a little surprised by how good it was. The spinach wilts down and almost looks like basil…

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4 responses to “Lasagna in the Slow Cooker

  1. I Lived this recipe! It’s as easy as could be, and it’s hearty and delicious!!

  2. I will keep this recipe… will try it out when I have a slow cooker!

  3. Jessica Elichman

    Hi Cand! Love your recipes. I made the fish with tomatoes and Bree’s skirt steak last week. I’m obsessed with my slow cooker. Looking for healthy low fat recipes for it if you have any. Hope everyone’s well.

    Xoxo jess

    • I am actually in the midst of posting a delicious quinoa chicken dish that you may really like. You can leave out the feta cheese if you like. I had to entice Joel with it but it is low fat for the most part and very very healthy. You may even get kids to eat it.
      Am so happy you like my blog and are enjoying.

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