Total Time
Prep 45 mins
Cook 1 hr 15 mins

requested by heather feather from a gooseberry patch cookbook. cook time and prep time are estimated as i have not personally made it(yet!!!)

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. remove and discard sausage casings.
  2. brown in skillet till crumbled.
  3. drain sausage, reserving 1 tablespoon drippings.
  4. cook onion and garlic in drippings till tender.
  5. stir in sausage, red peppers and wine.
  6. bring to a boil, reduce heat and cook about 5 minutes to let most of the liquid evaporate.
  7. meanwhile,cook spinach according to package;drain and squeeze out excess liquid with paper towels.
  8. combine spinach,ricotta,salt,pepper,and egg.
  9. stir well.
  10. spread 1 cup alfredo sauce in bottom of 13x9 baking pan.
  11. top with 4 lasagna noodles.
  12. top with half of spinach/cheese mixand half of sausage mix.
  13. place 4 slices mozzarella on top and repeat layers.
  14. top with remaining 4 lasagna nooddles and mozzarella slices.
  15. spread remaining alfredo sauce over cheese and noodles;sprinkle with parmesan cheese.
  16. cover and bake at 350 degreesfor 1 hour.
  17. uncover during last 15 minutes to brown.
  18. let stand 15 minutes before serving.
  19. (note:can be made ahead----prepare and cover overnight in fridge. let stand at room temp for 30 minutes before baking.).
Most Helpful

This was so very good! I have tried several white lasagna recipes, but this one is my favorite. I used low cal alfredo, egg beaters, 1/2 the cheese & whole grain noodles in my attempt to make it more waist-friendly & I added mushrooms. It was still absolutely rich & tasty!!

RedRacer November 10, 2010

We enjoyed this rich lasagna for dinner last night. I loved it and would give it 5 stars, but I am only giving it 4 stars because my husband was not a big fan. For him, it was too rich and a bit overwhelming. Based on the richness, I would suggest serving it in smaller portion sizes. Also, my lasagna noodles did not soften until about 1 hr. and 30 minutes of baking time. Photo posted.

Cookin'Diva February 24, 2009

This recipe will make you a legend in your own time. It is absolutely divine. The assembly is labor intensive but no noodles to precook and once it is assembled - it can go into the oven at any time. I plan to make ahead and freeze the week before Thanksgiving to serve to my son and his family before they leave to return to the Carolinas.

lokifrey141 November 14, 2008