Posted: 2/20/2010 11:01:54 AM
Good and so simple! Thanks to the other poster for the idea about freezing them! I am, however aghast at how many people are rating the NUTRITIONAL INFO. Just rate the RECIPE already! And give the rest of us enough credit to judge the nutritional info on our own.
Posted: 2/8/2010 7:48:37 PM
THis is very good and they freeze well (I didn't top them with sauce to freeze though, just added it after thawing and before going in the oven).
I substituted whole wheat noodles, turkey (and 5% fat beef another time) fat free/low fat ricotta and it was super yummy. Also good with some extra garlic seasoning thrown in the ricotta mixture.
Posted: 12/13/2009 8:44:54 PM
I left out the beef, used whole wheat noodles, fat free ricotta and served 1/2 a noted serving with a salad and a 1/2 broiled english muffin with mozarella cheese. It was plenty....And I cut the calories almost in half! Great recipe; tasty and easy.
Posted: 11/13/2009 3:40:42 PM
Some easy substitutions would make this recipe lower in calories. I suggest using low fat or fat free cottage cheese in place of the ricotta. Also, using ground turkey will really cut the fat calories. Low fat mozzorella cheese can be used.
Heather from Salem, SC said:
Posted: 9/17/2009 11:20:46 AM
I am always attracted to receipes for two, and this one sounds great. I just have two concerns. 1- The fat and calories made me say yikes, too, but no biggie, I will drop that by using ground turkey spiced with fennel seed and pepper, and 2% cheese. 2- why frozen pre-cooked noodles? Is that to save time? Can I just use whole wheat lasagna noodles slightly cooked instead? I would love to know the answer to that.
Posted: 9/3/2009 11:03:47 AM
I'm in the same situation that gramalou wrote back in March. My husband also is a diebetic and very much over weight. I am trying to fix healthy and low fat meals. This one sounds good but when I looked at the calories and fat grams, my mouth dropped open. %0d%0a%0d%0aWhere's the healthy recipes for two?
Amanda S. said:
Posted: 6/10/2009 6:48:12 PM
I made this recipe without the beef, and it was just as good. Heads up though, you will need to make extra filling.
Posted: 3/6/2009 2:50:05 PM
I appreciate the recipes for two since it's just my husband and I now. But the calories on this and all the other recipes are way too high for us. My husband is diabetic and I'm trying to eat healthier and the calorie and carb counts are almost a full day's allotment for either of us. I'm going to try and cut the counts by subing lower calorie ingrediants but I don't know what it will do to the taste. I'll let you know. In the meantime does Pillsbury make a low fat version of rolls or bisquits.
Posted: 12/10/2008 3:28:46 PM
This is great. My husband and I are not really fans of spinach, so I left it out and it still tasted wonderful.