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Petite lasagnas- try them you'll like them!

It's a beautiful morning in Chicago. My goal was to sleep in until 8a, but I woke up wide-eyed at 5:41a. I've already had a productive morning. I got and spent time doing my devotions and found out it had been too long since I have spent a significant time with God. I am making it my #1 priority this week. Last night Sten and I went to Willow Creek, and it was amazing. I love that church mostly because the heart of the church beats for the ones who are lost. I want to emulate that in my own life. I want to 'be about that' more than I ever have before. Driving home Sten and I couldn't wait for dinner. Before church I prepared everything to make these tasty morsels (from this amazing blog) so I could pop them in the oven when we got home. OH boy are they good! So fun to eat too. Enjoy!

Finished product... gooey, Italiany, and perfect.
I added the spinach for a little something extra, and omitted the mushrooms because Sten doesn't like them :)
First layer: wonton wrappers, ricotta cheese mixture.
Second layer: ground turkey, tomato, spinach, onion mixture
Third layer: a sprinkle of mozzarella cheese.
Then, REPEAT!... Pop in the oven @ 375, for 10 mins.
Delicious and adorable.

Here's the recipe:
12 oz. ground turkey
1/4 tsp salt, pepper
1 onion, chopped
14.5 oz. can crushed tomatoes- I used diced, because it was all I had
2 cloves garlic, minced
3 tsp oregano
1/2 tsp dried basil
1/2 cup mushrooms, or spinach or both
1 1/2 cup ricotta cheese- I used low fat
24 small square wonton wrappers (found near the tofu, in the refrigerated section)

Preheat oven to 375.
In a skillet brown ground turkey, onion, salt and pepper for about 10 mins, add garlic
Add tomatoes and oregano, bring to a boil, then reduce and let simmer for 10 mins
In a sep bowl, combine: ricotta, salt and pepper and basil (I also added parmesan cheese, and garlic salt)
Spray muffin tin
Place 1 wonton wrapper and press down- then start layering: ricotta mix, turkey mix, mozzarella, then repeat.
Bake 10 mins!

I hope you try these. They are amazing, and easy. Happy Sunday.


  1. Oh! These sound wonderful! We'll have to try them soon...

  2. I'm adding this to my menu next week! Thanks for the recipe!


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