Recipe & Rhyme Lasagna

Caroline Hepfler

Lasagna is a family favorite and surprisingly easy to make. Gather up the kids tonight and enjoy some quality family time making this tasty recipe. After you make it and taste it, you will never want to buy a box of frozen lasagna again! Remember to recite the fun rhyme after the recipe too!

Layered Lasagna Recipe

You will need:
1 jar spaghetti sauce
12 lasagna noodles
Cottage cheese
1 1/2 to 2 pounds hamburger
3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
1 cup other shredded cheese blend (such as Colby Jack)

Steps to follow:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Brown meat in a frying pan using some onion powder and garlic powder for flavor. Meanwhile, cook noodles in water following directions on pasta package. When hamburger is done, drain. Add spaghetti sauce and cottage cheese to drained meat. Grease a 9x13 pan. Put a little meat/sauce mix on bottom of pan (to help prevent sticking) then add a layer of 4 noodles. Now add a layer of meat/sauce. Next add a layer of cheese. Add another layer of 4 noodles. Add another layer of meat/sauce. Now add another layer of cheese. Next add the last layer of 4 noodles. Now add the rest of the meat/sauce. Last but not least, add the rest of the cheese.
Bake at 350 degrees until cooked through and cheese is bubbly.

When you are done cooking, it is time to share the food and fun! Say this playful rhyme while you dish everyone up! Yum! Yum!

Two Pieces Please Rhyme
BIG L, little l.
Hooray its lasagna day!
Layers of noodles and layers of cheese.
I’ll take a big piece and a little piece, please!

For more info on Caroline Hepfler please visit her website at www.carolinehepfler.com or visit http://sbpra.com/CarolineHepfler/ to purchase her new Recipes & Rhyme book.

Caroline Hepfler wants to inspire families to cook and laugh together in the kitchen. Each article includes a kid friendly recipe and a fun rhyme. So what are you waiting for? Lets start rhyming!



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