Skinny Spinach Lasagna


Skinny Spinach Lasagna

Skinny Spinach Lasagna
Skinny Spinach Lasagna

This Skinny Spinach Lasagna is just what you need if you're looking for healthy pasta recipes. This is a low calorie meal that packs tons of Italian taste into every bite. It's layered with lasagna noodles, marinara sauce, ricotta cheese, mozzarella cheese, and spinach. With a sprinkle of fresh herbs, you will feel guilty eating something so tasty, but this is a guilt-free dish! Indulge in this spinach lasagna because it's delicious and easy to make, too. This Italian casserole recipe is guaranteed to become one of your go-to recipes.


Cooking Vessel Size9 x 13-inch baking dish

Fun Facts about Spinach

  1. There are three types of spinach – savoy spinach, semi-savoy spinach, and the most popular, flat-leaf spinach. Savoy and semi-savoy are better for cooking, whereas flat-leaf spinach is better eaten raw.

  2. March 26th is National Spinach Day.

  3. The spinach plant comes from Persia (known today as Iran). Today, China is the world’s largest producer of spinach, with the United States as the second producer.

  4. Crystal City, Texas, calls itself the “Spinach Capital of the World” because spinach is one of its major crops. The town even erected a statue of Popeye in 1937.

  5. The culinary term “Florentine” or “a la Florentine” is a recipe that is made with spinach.

  6. Several spinach festivals are held in the United States. The most popular festivals are in Crystal City, Texas; Alma, Arkansas; and Lenexa, Kansas.

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Yum, what a great idea! Spinach lasagna is one of my favorites. The green veggie lightens up heavy pasta dishes, plus it tastes great.

I am a big fan of lasagna, but it can be so heavy and unhealthy! I love that this recipe is a lightened-up twist on the classic. I definitely want to try this soon!

I love this spinach lasagna recipe for meatless Mondays at my house. This recipes makes quite a bit of food for a family of three, but the leftovers are so good that it will surely get eaten. Frozen spinach could be substituted - just thaw it in the microwave and squeeze out all the excess liquid before adding it to the cheese mixture.

This recipe includes some of my favorite ingredients, so I will DEFINITELY need to make this one! I wonder if you could make it the night before you plan to serve it, too.

My doctor has told me I need to get more iron in my diet and this recipe will help.

This looks so good! I love spinach in pasta-y things.

This looks like an easy way to eat a helping of spinach. I bet kids wouldn't even notice it!


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