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This Lasagna Soup recipe is gluten-free, made in one pot or in the slow cooker, is simple to prepare, loaded with flavor, and reminiscent of the classic lasagna flavors we all love! This is such a fun and hearty soup to serve any night of the week, and you’ll have leftovers, too! Made in partnership with Tuttorosso Tomatoes.
Lasagna Soup Recipe
Who doesn’t love lasagna? Loaded with meat and veggies, hearty, and packed with Italian herbs and sauce? Make it into soup form, and I’m all in! I haven’t been able to eat lasagna in years, and I’m so happy for an amazing gluten-free alternative that tastes JUST AS GOOD AS THE REAL THING. This is a perfect weeknight meal with tons of leftovers!
Look at all that goodness! I LOVE this soup.
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Gluten Free Lasagna Soup
- 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
- 1 onion diced
- 2 garlic cloves minced
- 1 pound ground beef or ground turkey
- 2 spicy sausage links casing removed
- 14.5- ounce can Tuttorosso crushed tomatoes
- 14.5- ounce can Tuttorosso diced tomatoes
- 4 cups chicken broth or vegetable broth more as needed
- 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
- 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
- 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt more as desired
- 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
- 1 tablespoon fresh basil chopped
- 8 ounces gluten-free lasagna noodles broken into bite-size pieces
- 2 cups fresh spinach
- Optional: Parmesan Cheese for serving
- Optional: Mozzarella Cheese for serving
- Optional: Ricotta Cheese for topping
- Additional Basil for garnish
- In a large dutch oven, heat oil and sauté onion and garlic for 2 minutes until fragrant.
- Add in turkey and sausage, and cook until no pink remains, about 5-6 minutes.
- Add in tomatoes, broth, spices, and fresh basil. Bring to a boil then reduce heat and let simmer for 10 minutes.
- Add in noodles and let simmer for 15-20 minutes until cooked.
- Add in spinach and let wilt, for 30 seconds max. Taste and adjust spices as desired.
- Serve hot with basil and optional cheese for garnish, as desired!
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Yum! All 4 kids (5-15) approved, so this will definitely be in our meal rotation.
I’ve made this recipe a couple of time now… the first time as written (except we used palmini noodles) and the second time I subbed ground beef and pork because it’s what I had on hand. Both times it’s been a hit with my family!
So tasty and easy to make! This will be on repeat!
Can this be frozen in advance as a freezer meal, and put the noodles in when cooking?
Has anyone tried any gf no-boil lasagna noodles? You know the kind that goes straight from the box into the lasgna pan for ordinary lasagna? What happens if you break those up and add to the pot? I imagine they don’t take as long to cook? I’m not a fan of rice only noodles and would prefer a brand with something sturdier in it like corn and or quinoa. It looks like Barilla makes one.
This is me and my bf’s favorite cook together meal. We use the Instant Pot and cook on manual for 4mins.(half the time it says on box for cooking directions.
This was a hit! Even my picky eater loved it.
When adding in the noodles do you cook noodles first or just add them in then let them cook in the pot?
Add uncooked noodles to the pot!
Can you please revisit and update the cooking time? You have 40 hours and 11 minutes listed which is wrong. Thanks!
Finally made this recipe and it’s a definite KEEPER! My husband and I LOVED it! I actually used 1 lb of ground venison with 2-1/2 links of Hot Italian Sausage. I always use the same amount of combination of these two meats to make my spaghetti sauce as well. But SERIOUSLY, this soup is AWESOME!!
I have it
Genius! It was delicious and everyone (including a toddler) was happy and able to customize…I simmered a little longer so it was really thick. Thanks!
This is one of my all-time favorite soup recipes!! It is so delicious & hearty. As with any great recipe, we’ve made it multiple times.
Love this soup!! I have VERY picky eaters who do not like traditional lasagna, but liked this soup. My husband had seconds and could not quit saying how good it was.
This soup is SO easy to make! One pot took 30ish minutes to make – I doubled the meat/onions to make repeating this meal again soon so easy and it didn’t take but 5 more minutes to do it. Great flavor! Adding to our regular soup routine for sure.
This recipe was super simple and just what I was craving! I love that it uses easy to find, wholesome ingredients and can be thrown together for an quick, nutritious, and filling dinner. My husband gives it two thumbs up, which is a coveted complement. Thanks Lexi!
I have been making this soup in the instant pot and it works perfectly.
I use the sauté function & sauté the onion/garlic/oil, then add the meat till browned.
Then I add the sauces and spices, as well as gf lasagna noodles., basically everything but the spinach, lock and seal the lid and use pressure cook function for 7-8mins and slow release for 10mins. Once done I release the valve and lid and add the spinach while hot and bubbly. So delish! Thanks Lexi for another amazing recipe!!!!
This Lasagna soup is absolutely delish!!! I have the worlds pickiest eaters and if they like it- then it HAS to be good!!!
Made it last night since “real” lasagna seemed too difficult when I was already getting hangry. This recipe was quick, easy, versatile, and yummy! I’m sure the leftovers will be even better.