Monday, July 23, 2012

Lasagna Cups



Good morning folks! I made these from an idea my co worker had thanks Mckelle and they turned out yummy! We were brain storming one day about all the things you could do with these little wonton wraps and this was one idea we came up with. Who doesn’t LOVE lasagna right?? But, what do you think of when you think of lasagna BUT fat and carbs am I wrong? Well these have neither @ 1 WW point a pop!
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Servings: 12
Serving Size: 1 Cup
Calories: 49
Fat: 2 g
Carbs: .8 g
Fiber: 0 g
Protein: 2.3 g
Points+: 1
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Here Are Your Ingredients:

1 Tube (8 ounces) of Turkey Burger – lean
12 Wonton Squares
1 Cup Cheddar Cheese – 2%
¼ Cup Ricotta Cheese – fat free
1 Garlic Clove – minced
1/2 Can of Spaghetti Sauce - low sodium



Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray non stick cooking spray in a muffin tin, take wonton wraps and place one in each cup. Cook for 5 minutes. While those are cooking, spray non stick cooking spray in medium cooking pan and place turkey burger and garlic in pan and ground until browned and cooked thoroughly.  When wontons have cooked layer ingredients inside of them. First: burger, ricotta, sauce (your favorite spaghetti sauce), then cheese.  Place muffin tin back in preheated oven until cheese is melted about 5 additional minutes. Serve with a side saladJ. Now your easy week night dinner is ready to be chowed down!

Bon ABpetit!

24 comments:

  1. Holy crap...can you come over and make dinner for us tonight?

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  2. Oh my goodness.. YUM! These look delicious, Ashlee! I'll have to try them!

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  3. These look amazing!!! Can't wait to make them for the hubs!!!

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  4. i make lasagna bites similar to these a bunch for my husband and we love them! He just doesn't like ricotta cheese so we swap that out.

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    1. Its such an easy idea right? My friend at work swopped it out for cottage cheese and they loved it more protein!

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  5. these look great and at 49 calories per cup, you can't go wrong! :)

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  6. Omg I'm trying this out asap this look so good and classy to serve.
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  7. Very cute! I've made something similar using whole wheat tortillas but I like the idea of the wonton wrapper.

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  8. lovveee this! this gives me hope for someday having abs, since i am not the best at sticking to a workout routine. to the kitchen, it is!

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    1. Haha well this should help thanks for stopping by Taylor!

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  9. I would love to make these for a potluck at work!

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  10. Oh man, what a great rendition. Lasagna is my all-time favorite food! I first tried it when i was 20. Can you believe that? 20 years of no lasagna haha

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    1. 20 years old?! I am sorry Rosy! Haha what a shame you have a lot of making up to do!

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  11. mmm, I was just thinking today that I would love eat this.

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  12. These looks fab & can't believe the points value! Would it work with quorn mince or tofu?

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    1. Got to love 1 WW points and low cals and fat right?? I was super surprised too when I calculated it!

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  13. Ashlee, these look delicious!! And healthy too?! I'm in. ;) These would be great to make for a shower. I'm pinning them! :)

    Heather

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