Find loads of top-rated vegetarian lasagne recipes for a tasty, cheesy lasagne that even a tried-and-true carnivore will love! We have vegetarian recipes for spinach lasagne, mushroom lasagne and more.
This vegetarian version of the Italian classic uses no-precook pasta sheets so it is really quick to assemble.
These spinach lasagne sheets are absolutely chock-a-block with the beautiful colours, flavours and nutrients of red, green and yellow peppers, courgette, tomatoes, onion and loads of herbs and spices. You'll be over the moon when you taste the rainbow of this gorgeous veg pasta bake!
Tasty lasagne with a unique flavour using St Helen's Farm goats' products. To make it truly vegetarian, use a Parmesan-style cheese without animal rennet.
Loads of lovely vegetables make this vegetarian lasagne absolutely delicious. You could play around with the types and proportions of vegetables used... feel free to make it a 'broccoli lasagne', for example, just by omitting the courgette, green pepper and carrot and adding another head of broccoli instead. Enjoy!
This recipe is really easy, quick, delicious and only requires a few ingredients.
Homemade vegetable lasagne, just as it should be; hot, oozy and messy, with garden peas and chunky chips! This is a vegetable lasagne without any weird mycro-protein meat substitute; just vegetables and tomatoes, with a homemade white sauce (made with lactose free milk and cheese, and gluten free flour). I have been known to make my own pasta sheets for this but tonight I used Sainsbury's gluten free pasta sheets (dry).
This is one of my experiments. It turned out pretty good so sharing it. I got the idea after eating an awful veg.lasagne in a cafe. It had something resembling sweet sour sauce in it...mah..I guarantee mine is healthy and yummy! It's light as I dont use any bechamel sauce and is also ideal if u dont like or are allergic to tomatoes. I made it with a big marrow but u can use different vegetables in it. i suggest aubergines and courgettes.
This lasagne is a delicious meatless dish. It's not the usual Italian-inspired lasagne, but one with an American Southwest twist. Vegetarians will adore this recipe! This lasagne can be frozen unbaked and kept for up to a month. Simply thaw in fridge overnight and bake as stated in the recipe.
Lasagne doesn't always mean meat! This vegetable lasagne recipe is a must-try for vegetarians and is incredibly tasty and light!
A great vegetarian lasagne, which is so good that even meat eaters will love it. Lasagne sheets are layered with ricotta, sauteed vegetables and mozzarella before being baked. Enjoy with garlic bread, if desired.