Healthy Low Fat Lasagna

"I altered the ingredients to make a lasagna for the more health-conscious. My boyfriend is not a health freak but LOVED this dish. Very easy to freeze leftovers and just pop back in the oven for 1.5 hours when you want to have it again for dinner. Let me know what you think! --_^"
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Ready In:
1hr 50mins




  • In a large saucepan, cook ground turkey, onion& garlic in a combination of the oil and nonstick cooking spray. Add sauce and simmer 15 minutes.
  • In a medium sized bowl, mix ricotta,1 cup mozzarella, all of Parmesan and the eggstirs.
  • In 9x13 baking dish, layer 2 cups sauce, half of noodles, half of remaining sauce, all of ricotta mixture, half of what is left of the mozzarella, remaining noodles & sauce.
  • Cover with foil sprayed with cooking spray and bake at 350 F for 45 minutes or until hot.
  • Uncover, top with remaining mozzarella.
  • Bake 15 minutes.
  • Sprinkle some Parmesan on top, let cool down for 15 minutes, and Enjoy your healthy, yet delectable, meal -- with plenty of leftovers to boot!

Questions & Replies

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  1. brooky77
    Does '2 Egg Beaters egg substitute' mean two eggs' worth of substitute or two containters of egg substitute?
  2. Ellen N.
    Recipe calls for "2 egg beaters egg substitute"???? How much egg beaters, the equivalent of 2 eggs? If I wanted to use actual eggs instead of Egg Beaters, would I use 2 whole eggs?


  1. Lv2cook
    It was good and easy to make, but didn't have much flavor. Maybe because there was no Italian sausage in it. I buy chicken Italian sausage from Trader Joes and it is really good! Maybe I will try that next.
  2. dmd613
    Delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made this last night. And both of my male roommates loved it, and had no idea I made a healthy version! Well done!
  3. d.yancey76
    Anton Ego...when you add the sauce to the cooked becomes a meat when directions say to add sauce...the meat is in it.
  4. Anton Ego
    I can't rate this simply because no where in the recipe does it say when to add the cooked turkey. If you follow directions you will end up with a 9x13 pan full of cheese and sauce and a skillet with cooked turkey. I have not figured out how this makes lasagna.
  5. anniesnomsblog
    This was fabulous! A lovely change from normal beef lasagna, I think I actually preferred this! Easy to make and tastes great. Definitely making this again!



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