10 Surprising twists on classic lasagna

Lasagna Pizza

Feel free to make it larger if you can spare the oven space, or lay it out in the aesthetically pleasing spiral design shown here - should you opt to be truly daring, that is.

Lasagna Primavera

Lasagna primavera, like any pasta primavera, is made with fresh vegetables. However, sometimes timing makes eating fresh produce difficult, which is why we love this freeze-ahead

Lasagna Roll-Ups

Turn your lasagna into a portion-controlled side dish. This is also a fun way to serve lasagna for your kids, and it’s so easy that they can even help with the prep!

Mini Lasagna Cups

If you have a muffin tin, you can make numerous mini lasagnas using only eight ingredients and 40 minutes of your time. Heck, you don’t even need lasagna noodles for this one


pastitsio is similar to the Italian version, except the pasta used is ziti, the cheese used is kasseri or kefalotyri, the sauce is a béchamel, and cinnamon is added. 

Pumpkin Lasagna

You could actually make this dish at any time, as it calls for canned pumpkin puree... but it’ll really hit the spot between September and November, when the weather cools off a bit.

Ricotta-Free Lasagna

Did you know some folks refuse to put ricotta in their lasagna? Most people think that’s odd, but for those looking to use less dairy (or they just don’t care for ricotta),

Salmon Lasagna

Although seafood lasagna is a thing (more on that momentarily), salmon rarely gets invited to the party. Buona Pappa decided to do something about it 

Seafood Lasagna Alfredo

Italy has a whole lot of coastline, making seafood lasagna a perfect pairing. You’ll want to rock a cream sauce. which contains shrimp, crab, and mushrooms.

Slow-Cooker Lasagna

You’ll still need to brown and simmer the meat for 15-20 minutes in a skillet but all the work after that will be completed by our favorite kitchen appliance.