My mother always made a heavenly squash casserole when I was growing up. This is my trimmed-down version that's super-easy to make and never dissapoints on taste. In the summer my husband and I eat this at least once a week and it's nearly guilt-free! I use 2% sharp cheddar and turkey bacon, but feel free to go full fat with some of the ingredients.
With zucchini noodles & soy crumbles, this lasagna sounds awful, but after a full helping my father, who is anti anything low-fat, low-carb or "fake meat", delclared this lasagna DELICIOUS! Preparation is a little time consuming, so I freeze it in mini loaf pans so that we can get 5 or 6 dinners out of one preparation. My husband also loves it and requests it! We split one of the loaf pans and pair it with a salad or a little soup.
This soup is so complex, looks so pretty served and is so simple to make. Who would think it's SO healthy! I made it at home after having it several times at a local fine dining restaurant. I took a stab at making it without a recipe and it turned out great!
This recipe is from a Betty Crocker cookbook. The ingredients sound a little odd, but it's easy to make, delicious, and healthy to boot! You can substitute boneless, skinless chicken breasts instead of the chicken thighs. Either way the chicken just falls apart.