I saw these plastered all over Pinterest and thought I'd give them a try. They're super easy to make, and cook up quickly.
Not gonna lie though...I didn't like them. Neither did Jesse. Heath though...he ate almost all of them. He absolutely loved them.
Now, I knew even before I started making these what was going to happen to them, and that I probably wouldn't like them, and I was right. The top edges of each cup get hard and crispy. It's an odd texture to have in a little lasagna cup that, for the most part, is soft and chewy.
Jesse had the same issue. I tried cutting his up, and that helped a little, but in the end I made him a Schwan's cheeseburger.
I considered not posting these, but decided against it since there's absolutely nothing wrong with the recipe itself, it's just that Jesse and I didn't care for it. Heath did though, so I guess it just depends on the person.
Ok guys, have a great day! It's another day of resting for this Mama who just can't seem to fight off this....cold...flu...bronchitis...plague...whatever the hell I have. It's certainly more than a cold, but not as severe as the flu (besides, I got flu shot, so I refuse to admit it could be the flu). Who knows...I just plan to sit on my ass until I get better. I pushed myself this past weekend and I definitely think that set me back, so now I'm being extra careful!
'Mini Lasagna Cups'
Source: Adapted from Catching Fireflies
1 Jar marinara sauce
1 container of ricotta cheese (16 oz)
2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
1 package of won-ton wraps
Italian seasoning (to taste)
1/2 lb ground beef/sausage (if desired)
1. Heat oven to 375. Spray a muffin pan with cooking spray and place one won-ton wrap in each cup.
2. Layer a spoonful of marina sauce, shredded then Parmesan cheeses, and top with a second won-ton wrapper. Repeat layer of marinara and two cheeses.
3. Sprinkle Italian seasoning over-top and bake for 18-20 minutes. Let cool for 5 minutes before serving.