Veggies Don't Bite's Green and White Lasagna

Thinking of a way to spice up your vegan appetite during this cold weather?

Here's a rare find and a great way to enjoy your lasagna cravings.

Where cream meets pesto and veggies, this lasagna blends together all the flavors perfectly. Not only is it healthy, this dish is comfort food gone amazing! Savor each bite knowing you’re doing both your taste buds and your body a favor.



Preheat oven to 375.

Prepare SKS Pesto and Cashew Walnut Cream Sauce if they aren’t already prepared.

Sauté your chopped broccoli, mushrooms, and onion in a pan with oil (or veggie broth). Add salt and pepper to taste. Once just cooked (but still a little al dente) remove from heat.

Slice zucchini using a mandoline slicer or knife, being careful to slice thinly and evenly. Cook on grill/griddler to remove water. You can also cook slices in a pan but they won’t get that grilled taste and may get a little softer/mushier.

Bring a pot of water to a boil, once boiling put in lasagna noodles and only boil for 2 minutes since you will also be baking them. Remove and keep in a bowl of cool water so they don’t stick.

To layer:

cover the bottom of a 9 x 12 baking dish with a thin layer of pesto

3 lasagna noodles

1/3 of the Cashew Walnut Cream Sauce

½ of the sautéed broccoli, mushroom, onion mix

3 more lasagna noodles

½ of the pesto

grilled zucchini slices

the next 1/3 of the Cashew Walnut Cream Sauce

3 more lasagna noodles

The other ½ of the sautéed broccoli, mushroom, onion mix

The other ½ of the pesto

Last 3 lasagna noodles

Last 1/3 of the Cashew Walnut Cream Sauce

Almond meal (sprinkle to cover top)

Note: If your cream sauce/pesto is on the thicker side, it may be better to add 4 noodles in the first three noodle layers, and then omit the last layer of noodles putting the final layer of cream sauce over the pesto after the sautéed veggies. Then top with almond meal. That way your top layer will stay moist and not be an over dried noodle topping.

Cover with foil and bake at 375 degrees for 20 minutes. Take off the foil and bake 10 more minutes. Let cool before cutting.

If you want to add cheese to this dish, and trust me when I say it doesn’t need it, then parmesan or mozzarella would be a good addition as a thin layer over the top and/or over the veggies as you are putting it together. Also, I use plain almond meal in this dish, as opposed to my Spiced Almond Meal, because there are already so many great flavors. But you could do the spiced version too.

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Green and White Lasagna

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