This lazy lasagna recipe is the next best thing to the actual thing as it takes a fraction of the time and still tastes delicious.
I experimented a little with this recipe because while I loved traditional lasagna the time it takes up is just too long for when you’re feeling a bit lazy.
A few tweaks here and there I was able to shorten the time it took considerably but still retain that yummy lasagna taste and feel I love sitting down to enjoy. It’s the perfect easy pasta dish that can feed quite a few people.
I hope you enjoy this awesome lazy man lasagna/lazy mom’s lasagna recipe. Be sure to check out the cooking tips below for tips on how to improve or change this recipe more to your liking.
If you’re more of a visual person, then check out my video on how to make a lazy lasagna! It’s a quick and easy way to learn how to throw this great recipe together.
Lazy Lasagna Recipe
- 350g (12 oz.) of Fresh lasagna sheets or par-cooked dry sheets (see cooking tips)
- 500g (17 ½ oz.) ground beef
- 700g (24 oz.) jar of spaghetti sauce
- 2 cups cheese, shredded
- ½ cup Parmesan cheese shaved
- 100g (3.5 oz.) frozen or fresh spinach (Optional)
- Preheat an oven to 180 °C (350°F)
- Heat a frypan up, so it’s hot.
- Add your ground beef and cook until browned.
- Add one jar of spaghetti sauce of your choosing and the spinach.
- In a deep oven, dish add a tiny bit of the sauce. (This will help stop the sheets from burning to the bottom)
- Add one layer of lasagne sheets.
- Add enough sauce to cover the sheets.
- Sprinkle both kinds of cheese over the top
- Repeat from step 5 until you’re out of either lasagne sheets or sauce
- Top with leftover cheese.
- Place in oven for 20 minutes or until golden brown on top.
- Serve and enjoy.
- If you’re using dry sheets, then you should par cook them to help speed to the cooking process up for your lazy lasagna, to do this do the following.
1. Get a deep baking dish and fill with boiling water.
2. Put sheets in so there is only one layer and wait until they have softened.
3. Remove from the water and brush with oil to prevent them from sticking together.
4. Repeat until you have enough sheets. (You may need to replace the water with boiling water again)
- Miss the béchamel? My best suggestion would buy from the supermarket or if you have time make it from scratch.
- This lazy day lasagna is also perfect for reheating. Cook it up, and it will last in your fridge for a few days and also still retain that awesome flavor and feel as it was when it was baked fresh!
This tasty recipe is obviously not going to be the healthiest meal around, but for anyone who would like to know the nutritional information for it then you can find it below.
Please keep in mind I have only estimated this information so it may not be 100% accurate but should still be good enough for anyone on the fence about cooking this up.
If you’re not quite feeling like lasagna but got some ground beef to use, then there is plenty of easy ground beef dishes you can do. For example, a good meatloaf always goes down a treat. The recipe I have linked has a delicious rich mustard and tomato sauce that complements the dish quite well.
If you have your own variation on this deliciously easy lazy lasagna, then be sure to let me know by leaving a comment at the bottom of this page. Also don’t hesitate to leave any thoughts, questions or anything else that you might have for this dish.