Roasted Sweet Potato, Rosemary and Garlic Lasagna

Calk me crazy – but even though multiple layers of meat and gooey cheese in lasagna sounds completely appealing and a recipe that undoubtedly will fulfill my taste buds, I was craving something more and different this past weekend. Don’t get me wrong, I love an original lasagna; however, I need variety and the ability to try new options in my life.

As a result, I ditched the usual meat and cheese combo and choose to feature a starch that packs plenty of vitamins instead – Roasted Sweet Potato, Rosemary and Garlic Lasagna (the original recipe calls for squash but I substituted sweet potatoes instead).

Step 1: Peel Sweet Potato, Chop and Roast

Step 2: Sauté Garlic and Add Flour and Butter

Step 3: Add Milk to Mixture and Let Thicken

Step 4: Add Sweet Potatoes to Mixture;

Layer Noodles then Potatoes
and then Cheese; Repeat

Step 5: Bake and Eat!

Even though this isn’t a traditional lasagna, I liked the variety of the savory and sweet favors that this surprisingly hearty meal provides. A must try recipe and one that is great if you do not eat meat!



15 thoughts on “Roasted Sweet Potato, Rosemary and Garlic Lasagna

  1. Sarah says:

    This is my kind of a lasagna. I can’t even tell you how good this looks and sounds. I’m so glad you found this and shared it. I’ll use the sweet potatoes too. I love those 🙂

  2. I pretty much want to make all of your recipes. Yum! I have layered butternut squash into a lasagna but never sweet potatoes. This looks great and I think my kids would also love it–always a bonus! I wonder if I could make pasta with roasted sweet potatoes in the noodles….

    • Thank you! I have done butternut squash as well – this was my first time using sweet potatoes though (and I loved it!). I like your idea of pasta with sweet potatoes – let me know how that turns out!

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