Spinach Beef Lasagna Rolls make the perfect individual servings of lasagna, are packed with all the classic flavors you love, and only clock in at 260 calories each so you can enjoy them without guilt.
I absolutely love lasagna but for years I saved it for holidays and big gatherings since I only knew how to make a gigantic tray of it that would have fed an army. Then I learned about lasagna rolls and have been making them ever since. They are individually portioned, can be frozen for up to 3 months, and can be filled with all your favorite lasagna toppings. Plus with just a few adjustments, they are a relatively healthy meal packed with veggies, lean protein, and whole grains. We love them.
This version is one of my favorites and uses a combination of lean ground beef, spinach and crimini mushrooms. All this is rolled into cooked whole wheat lasagna noodles with ricotta cheese and fresh basil. Pour some marinara sauce on top and bake and you have delicious lasagna. Top it with Parmesan cheese or mozzarella and dinner is ready. You could also use ground turkey, ground sausage, and even cottage cheese in place of the ricotta. And when it comes to veggies, pretty much anything will work.