Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 18 mins

These went flying off the plate as soon as I set them down. They are a perfect hand sized delicious appetizer or main course.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Brown ground beef in a pan along with onions and garlic until meat is crumbly, there's no more pink, and onions are soft.
  2. Add red sauce to pan.
  3. In a separate bowl, mix ricotta cheese and an egg thoroughly.
  4. Pre-heat oven to 350.
  5. Separate biscuits from each other.
  6. In a cupcake pan (I use a silicon pan, so I don't need to grease it, but if not using silicon, I suggest Pam) place a raw biscuit in each cupcake hole.
  7. With fingers, press biscuit into and partially along the sides of each hole, creating a "crust" effect.
  8. Spoon some meat mixture into each cupcake hole, on top of the biscuit.
  9. Spoon some ricotta on top of the meat, and spread evenly across the top.
  10. Sprinkle mozzarella cheese on top of each cupcake hole.
  11. Place in oven for 18-20 min, keeping a close eye on the cheese, making sure it doesn't burn.
  12. Remove from oven, and let cool for 3-5 minute
  13. With a knife, gingerly pry each lasagna slider from its cupcake hole, and place on plate.
  14. Serve sooner than later :)
  15. And Enjoy!
Most Helpful

4 5

These are tasty. I made 6 having a heck on a time getting the dough to bake. After 20 min I took them out of the tin and put them on a cookie sheet for 12 more minutes increasing the oven to 400. I used spicey chicken sausage and had a nice kick. Maybe try puff pastry next time for the buscuits and make minis for a bite size appetizer.

4 5

This was the first time either my DH or I had ever had a slider. He loves lasagna and I thought this was worth a try. It was very good. Because there were only 2 of us eating I made 6 in my silcone muffin tray. The only problem I had was the time listed for cooking. I have a new convection oven yet at 350 degrees my 6 sliders took 26 minutes to cook. However the result was good even if I did have to add 2 minutes 3 times. DH liked it so much that he took the 2 which were leftover downstairs for his lunch tomorrow. Made for PAC Spring 2012.