Lasagna is a comfort food classic, and believe it or not, making a filling, delicious version completely devoid of meat is super-easy. The recipe below boasts a three-cheese filling and a rich tomato sauce that will convince even your carnivorous friends of its merit.
This lasagna freezes particularly well, so consider making a double batch and freezing one. Line your baking dish with an extra layer of aluminum foil before baking, then cook as indicated below. Cool the lasagna to room temperature and then freeze it right in the baking dish. Once it's frozen, use the aluminum foil to pull it from the baking dish and return the lasagna to the freezer sans dish. This little technique helps save freezer space — and you get your casserole dish back!