How to Make Homemade Lasagna (GF, DF, SF)

How to Make Homemade Lasagna (GF, DF, SF)

As you may recall from a recent blogpost on pasta dishes, I included lasagna. I included details about ingredients we recommended, but didn’t do a full recipe. I had several comments on social media asking for the recipe. By popular demand, I give you the recipe for homemade lasagna.

This recipe for lasagna is easy and only uses a few ingredients. As you may have gathered by the blogpost title, this homemade lasagna recipe is gluten-, dairy-, and soy-free.

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Ingredients

6 pieces Mueller’s Gluten-Free Lasagna Noodles

1 jar Tomato Sauce (we used Nature’s Place Tomato Basil)

1/2 c Follow Your Heart Vegan Gourmet Shreds (Cheddar)

1 package Hamburger meat

*Note: Of course, you can add in anything you’d like such as spinach, onions, and garlic.

 

Instructions

Note: The directions on the box has a serving size of 12. That’s great if you’re feeding a football team & the head coach. This recipe will serve 4.

-Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

-Spray 8 x 8 in. pan with nonstick spray.

-In a large pan, cook meat over medium-high heat. Stir frequently and cook until meat is browned.

-Drain and return to pan. Add in tomato sauce. Cook over medium heat to simmer.

-Spread a layer of meat sauce on bottom of pan.

-Layer two uncooked noodle pieces over meat.

-Add layer of cheese.

-Continue layering as desired.

-Cover with foil. Bake for 45 minutes.

-Remove foil and continue baking for 10 minutes.

-Allow to cool before serving.

 

For nutritional information, check the packaging of all ingredients.

 

On to the #foodporn! Hint: it’s good.

Homemade Lasagna
Layer with all the cheese.

 

Homemade Lasagna
Two lasagna noodles are the perfect size for an 8 x 8 pan.

 

Homemade Lasagna
Dis about to be gud.

 

Homemade Lasagna
Garfield approves.

 

This homemade lasagna recipe is pretty yummy if you ask me.

If you like this recipe, you might also like Fettuccine Alfredoeasy cheezy Mac, and penne pasta. I’d love to know if you make this or any of the recipes! Please tag me on social media and also use the hashtag glutenfreespirited.

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29 thoughts on “How to Make Homemade Lasagna (GF, DF, SF)

  1. Homemade lasagna is our favourite dish at home! I love this version which is friendly for people with dietary restractions and I’m saving it because you never know !

    • I don’t have dietary restrictions (unlike my sister) and I really liked this dish. It doesn’t taste exactly like what we’re used to, but I still recommend it.

  2. Garfield better stand in line, this one’s mine 🙂 It looks so delicious Sam. I’m curious though, do the gluten free lasagna sheets taste the same as the ones you normally find in the stores?

    • Haha, get in the back of the line, Garfield! They do taste different (most GF/SF food does), but I think they still taste good. They’re the best lasagna noodles we’ve tried that fit Nikki’s needs. I think if you know going into it, that most food won’t taste exactly the same, that helps with expectations. I really liked this dish.

  3. Wow! The lasagna looks super delicious! Moreover, it’s gluten-free and so easy to make. I’m definitely going to try my hands on the recipe.

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