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Loved this recipe. I used more than 3 cups of steamed veggies because I wanted it to be very filling. I used zucchini, mushrooms, and broccoli. (steamed them in a covered, microwavable glass bowl with a smidge of water in the bottom, 3-4 minutes) Used a whole jar of Giada's pasta sauce in the recipe. I didn't have no-boil noodle on hand, so I did have to cook my noodles...a bit more on the al dente side. This is a good basic veggie lasagna that can be adapted to your veggie preference and it went together easily. :)

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twixxy April 14, 2012

It was alright, not exactly my thing but still pretty good. I used Small curd low fat cottage cheese like someone else said in their comment, since tofu and ricotta is a bit expensive for me, and a Mexican mix of frozen veggies - corn, red bell pepper, broccoli, Cauliflower. Think I'd steam the veggies a bit more next time, some of them, even after a light steaming and the oven cooking time were a bit hard to bite into.

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StormSerpent July 09, 2014

this was easy enough to use the veggies I had in the fridge. I used thinly sliced zucchini, squash and mushrooms and I used spicy marinara sauce. thanks!

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waialealenui August 04, 2013

I have made this several times and it is delicious. I use the tofu and mix up minced garlic with it. Also add exta basil and oregano to the sauce, since there is no commercial sauce as spicy as we like it. I plan to make it tonight, with spinach and mushrooms.

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SusieQ1909 February 07, 2013

Pretty good. I used a stir-fry mix of carrots, broccoli, onion, red pepper, green beans and baby corn. It made a nice substantial meal, and the kids didn't even notice there was no meat! It took longer than 40 minutes to cook...more like 70 total.

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Terri Newell June 24, 2010

Wonderful and so easy -- and also a great and delicious way to clean up the veggi drawer -- we used mushrooms, spinach and zucchini for the vegetables -- didn't measure, so may have used a bit more or less than specified. Thanks for sharing this keeper which will be a regular on our table!

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ellie_ March 07, 2010

I made this for my DH to take to a work lunch. Everyone loved it! No one knew they were eating tofu! I used zucchini, mushrooms, brocolli and carrots. I also doubled the cheese. Thank you for a great recipe! Made for 1-2-3 Hits.

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kittycatmom March 03, 2009

This was absolutely delicious...My husband deemed it a solid 10! Thank you for a great recipe~

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Ruby #2 October 19, 2008

This is so simple and yet so tasty!! I used my own spaghetti sauce instead of a jar sauce. Used light cottage cheese (but I'm sure with ricotta it would be even better!). And used some fresh spinach (that I didn't even steam), some cauliflower and zucchinis for the veggies. I had too many veggies so didn't make 3 layers!! Thanks Dreamer - this was GOOD!! Made for Zaar Tag! :)

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Redsie April 15, 2008
Easy 5 Ingredient Vegetable Lasagna