Turkey and Pumpkin Lasagna

LASAGNA MADE FROM HOLIDAY LEFTOVERS   Don’t throw out the leftovers from your holiday feast. Instead get creative in the kitchen and start pouring your food into new recipe creations that your loved ones will enjoy year after year. Well I am still experimenting in my kitchen with Thanksgiving leftovers since we always tend to make too much food when the holidays come around. Like Christmas we tend to have more food leftover than anticipated and are always trying to drum up new ways to incorporate the food into new recipe creations. Well today is no exception as I am fully stocked on turkey and pumpkin and needed to find something magnificent to create in my kitchen for my family and for all of you. I wanted to make a quick and easy recipe because most people simply just don’t have the time to spend in the kitchen. I also wanted to see if I could create something that was all homemade so you could keep it all in-house without breaking out the box. I am going to let you into a big secret into using up your pumpkin and left over Turkey.  If you are making lasagna and you […]

Mr.CBB’s Cheesy Crock-Pot Lasagna

Crock-pot Lasagna, no way, you can’t make lasagna in a crock-pot. I’ve made beef stew, beef chili, chicken, meatballs and sauce and even Easter Dinner in the crockpot but never the mother-load of all baked meals, a lasagna. Crock-pot Crock-pot, come out come out wherever you are. I swear it took off when it overheard me saying I was going to make a lasagna in it. Even the crock-pot had some reservations about this turning out anything like the traditional oven baked Italian lasagna recipe that most people sink their mouths into. That’s what I used to think until I actually gave this a try. I used my typical oven baked lasagna recipe to create this except I didn’t have ricotta on hand so I substituted for cottage cheese to make this dish. So, sit back and enjoy the layers in this one-pot lasagna recipe!! How To Boil Lasagna Noodles No need to worry about boiling lasagna noodles with this recipe although if you opt to boil them it’s not rocket science. I would get a huge pot and fill it with water until boiling and drop in a few lasagna noodles at a time and cook until al dente (5-7 minutes), […]

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