Ten Amazing Low-Carb Lasagna Recipes
Lasagna is a favorite comfort food, and these Ten Amazing Low-Carb Lasagna Recipes can help you get your lasagna fix without the carbs!
PIN the Low-Carb Lasagna Recipes to make some lasagna later!
I’m pretty sure I’m not the only carb-conscious eater who loves lasagna, right? So for this week’s round-up I’m featuring Ten Amazing Low-Carb Lasagna Recipes! These recipes have all the Italian flavors and cheesiness that makes lasagna such a favorite, without the carbs found in traditional lasagna made with pasta. And every one of these ten low-carb lasagnas looks like an amazing dinner to me! Hope you enjoy trying some!
What kinds of low-carb lasagna will you find here?
In this great collection of low-carb lasagnas from around the web there are a fun variety of options for replacing the noodles, as well as some interesting ideas for think-outside-the-box lasagna flavors. You’ll find lasagna made with Folios Parmesan Cheese Wraps (affiliate link), fathead noodles, kale, low-carb tortillas, zucchini, and spaghetti squash, Every recipe featured here is much lower in carbs than traditional lasagna made with pasta. Many of the recipes are Keto, and all but two which use low-carb tortillas are gluten-free.
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The newest lasagna recipe on Kalyn’s Kitchen is this amazing Low-Carb No-Noodle Lasagna with Sausage and Basil that uses Folios Parmesan Cheese Wraps to replace the noodles, and trust me, this is so delicious!
Kyndra says this Low-Carb Keto Lasagna from Peace, Love and Low Carb tastes just like the real thing, and this is made with fathead dough “noodles”.
Sausage and Kale Mock Lasagna Casserole from Kalyn’s Kitchen has been hugely popular on the blog, and even a few family members who “don’t like kale” have enjoyed this one!
This Low-Carb Lasagna from Step Away From the Carbs uses low-carb tortillas with a homemade white sauce for a flavorful lasagna that sounds delicious.
I know some people don’t buy zucchini in the winter but I had to include this Grilled Zucchini Lasagna because I absolutely love this recipe. Just PIN for summer if you don’t have any zucchini right now!
Air Fryer Low-Carb Lasagna from Two Sleevers is definitely an unusual twist on lasagna using zucchini, but don’t you agree this really looks tasty!
If you like spaghetti squash you’re going to enjoy this Mock Lasagna Spaghetti Squash Casserole from Kalyn’s Kitchen; this switches out the pasta for layers of cooked spaghetti squash!
Keto Skillet Lasagna from All Day I Dream About Food is another low-carb lasagna made from zucchini, and Carolyn says this is a perfect one-dish meal!
I love using the Crock-Pot Casserole Crock Slow Cooker (affiliate link) to make this Slow Cooker Mexican Lasagna Casserole from Kalyn’s Kitchen but you can bake it in the oven if you prefer. This recipe uses my favorite low-carb tortillas, so it’s not gluten-free and it’s a bit higher in carbs than some of the others, but this is delicious when you need a treat.
And this Chicken Cordon Bleu Lasagna from Peace, Love and Low Carb is another think-outside-the-box lasagna idea that I think sounds just delicious, and this is another lasagna recipe using fathead dough “noodles”.
4 Comments on “Ten Amazing Low-Carb Lasagna Recipes”
I so love lasagna and this makes me so hungry. I wish to make lasagna this weekend just because I’ve been exposed to this. I usually put the lasagna on a baking pan but this time I’m going to use a glass pan.
Jane, hope you enjoy trying the recipes.
It looks delicious….yummy
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