Lasagna Squares Freezer Cooking Meal
Lasagna Squares are the perfect freezer cooking meal! A great money saving tip is that you can freeze cottage cheese too! This recipe can easily be gluten free too! I hope your family enjoys it as much as we do! Lasagna Squares is a delicious Freezer Cooking Meal that our whole family enjoys.
Weight Watchers Points Plus: 6 Points Per Serving
Lasagna Squares Freezer Cooking MealPrint Recipe
- ½ c cottage cheese small curd
- ¼ c grated Parmesan
- 1 lb of ground beef browned with onion and peppers and seasoned with Italian seasoning and garlic
- 1 t dried oregano
- ½ t basil
- 1 can tomato paste
- 2 c shredded mozzarella
- 1 c of milk
- 2 eggs
- 2/3 c bisquick - you can use Gluten Free or regular
- ½ t salt and pepper
- Grease square baking dish 8 x 8.Layer cottage cheese and Parmesan cheese. Mix beef, herbs, tomato paste, and ½ cup of Mozzarella cheese. Spoon over evenly. Beat milk, egg, Bisquick salt and pepper with wire whisk until smooth and pour into dish. Bake about 30-35 minutes at 400 degrees. Sprinkle with remaining cheese. Cool 5 minutes.
This recipe comes from my college roommate Christa Chesnutt. It is perfect for a freezer meal too!
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Hello, I’m trying to start to make the meals ahead of time and freeze. So on your recipes do I go ahead and cook the meal then freeze after it cools. Then reheat at the same temp until warm?? I know it makes sense saying it, However I’d hate to assume and the meal is ruined after the time and money was invested.
I would also love to know if you advise cooking ahead of time, or just preparing. I worry about the Bisquick if it’s not cooked before freezing. I don’t want to ruin this recipe either. I know my family would love it, and I really want to try freezing my meals this school year.