July 22, 2012
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In honor of the upcoming National Lasagna Day holiday (July 29), Macaroni Kid CEM is featuring this wonderful noodle recipe for your family.
There were super easy and fun to make. It would be great to do with your kiddos. If too young to help you as the Sous Chef, they'll make very good taste testers!
What you need:
- Lasagna noodles
- Shredded parmesan
- Ricotta Cheese
- Leftover spaghetti sauce
- Cupcake baking pans
Cook your lasagna noodles. Simply follow the instructions on the box. Once noodles
are finished, lay noodles flat (I used a cutting board) and begin layering all ingredients.
I placed my ricotta down first, then shredded parm and then my leftover meat sauce.
(Judging by the photo it looks as though I only chose to put my sauce half way, but I didn’t.
It was all the way across). I chose to use the ingredients listed above because that is what
I had on hand. You could easily substitute the cheeses or add in veggies. Spinach and
mushrooms are amongst my favs.
I prepared three at a time because that is all that would fit on my prep space.
Once my ingredients were all layered I began to roll them up. This part was a little messy,
but there was no way around it. I then placed them upright into my cupcake pan.
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