What do you think about a veggie lasagna?

@Citychic (4071)
United States
August 3, 2009 6:16pm CST
Hey friends, does a veggie lasagna sound good to any of you. I"m wondering if this is something that I just now thought of or if there is really such thing. I don't think that I've ever had a veggie lasagna before so I'm thinking about making one and i will use squash in it and maybe some spinach and onions. What kind of veggies have you used in yours when you made it? Thanks for sharing. Happy mylot!
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5 responses
• United States
4 Aug 09
mmmmmm..i love lasagna of any type. I have tried many veggie lasagnas, some store-bought, some home made. The homemade ones are always better (as all homemade dishes tend to be LoL) I think stouffer's makes a frozen veggie lasagna you can purchase frozen and just toss in the oven. Usually i see them made with spinach, broccoli and maybe zucchini or summer squash, along with the requisite garlic, onions, peppers and of course a good tomato sauce. So, when ya gonna make this so i know when to come over for dinner? LoL
@JoyfulOne (6242)
• United States
4 Aug 09
I've had it before, made in different ways, by different people. I can honestly say I didn't care for any version of them as well as the 'real thing'. They were ok, but to me, on the bland side. I think the one time there was zucchini in it. Guess I wouldn't make a good vegetarian lol.
@AmbiePam (50943)
• United States
4 Aug 09
Yes, I've had veggie lasagna. My grandma made it for me a few years back. It was really good.
@playapal (894)
• United States
3 Aug 09
I.'ve had a lasagna made with a white sauce, lots of cheese, spinach and mushrooms. It was really good. I would try to make it but my husband thinks that anything called dinner needs to have meat in it. Good luck with your, I am sure that it will be yummy!
@skyhss (1142)
• United States
3 Aug 09
any kind of lasagna sounds good to me. i've made veggie lasagna a couple times, it makes a good side dish for big dinners. i use zucchini, onions, green peppers, mushrooms and tomatoes.