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This was delicious! I used my toaster oven pan instead of the recommended dish. The only changes made to the recipe was using the sausage instead of beef, and I used 8 noodles (2 1/2 lengthwise for 3 layers) because of the shape of my pan. On top of the last layer of noodles was a little sauce and mozzarella, so 3 layers instead of 2. I cooked it for 35 minutes, which was just enough.

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Lena S. September 26, 2013

I made this recipe as written and I think it was very good but I would change one thing. I don't think it has enough ricotta in it. I had trouble spreading 3/4 cup of ricotta between two layers. I will probably make it again and double the ricotta. I trimmed the noodles to fit my loaf pan. I love the size of it and it was very flavorful.

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RyansJMUmom March 21, 2011

My husband raved about this recipe! So glad to find a "small" version. I used lean ground turkey, low sugar spaghetti sauce (about 1 1/2 cups) w/ added oregano & basil. I tried the "perfect pasta w/ no waiting/watching" for whole wheat lasagna noodles & it took 10 min for al dente! I also used fat free cottage cheese since I had no ricotta; about 1/2 cup w/ about 3 tbsp parmesan to thicken it up. The loaf pan worked great; next time I'll trim the noodle ends to fit the pan. Thank u so much for sharing!!!

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LUVMY2BOYS October 07, 2009

This recipe is great! I used basil instead of parsley because I have lots in my garden, but that's the only change I made.

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iris5555 October 07, 2007
Petite Lasagna for 2 or 3