OH SO GOOD! I loved this recipe I will definitely make it again! I added some ground beef to the tomato mixture and it was delicious! I am going to try it with ground chicken and turkey as well.
MegLee Posted: 05/30/09
ChefGirl Posted: 10/15/09
I followed the directions exactly as they were. I was not happy with the consistency or flavor of the noodles. The noodles gave the entire dish a starchy taste and they were too chewy to enjoy. Because the flavor has nothing to do with the cooking time, I don't know how to remedy this problem in the slow-cooker. The layers of ingredients sound good, but I'll add them to a traditional lasagna that bakes in the oven.
ConniefromPA Posted: 10/17/09
It was ok, but with so much better and lower calorie recipes out there, I will not be making this again, check out the other slow-cooker lasagnes
lhelton1230 Posted: 06/04/10
We did not enjoy this at all. It was very soupy and had an odd flavor. I substituted fresh spinach for the chard, but otherwise prepared as indicated. Definitely not doing this again.
Misspie Posted: 12/16/09
I make this recipe often. It is the best and is a little work but worth it. I like to substitute mushrooms and sausage for the chard.
michmom09 Posted: 01/21/11
Fantastic. I made this a day ahead and popped it on the slow cooker today. So nice to have a good meal ready that is full of lots of veggies and flavor. Yum.
JaneAdams Posted: 08/05/11
this was a great way to make lasagna on a hot day. I used spinach instead of the chard and it came out great! It shrunk away from the sides of the slow cooker and looked like I had baked it in the oven. I am making it again today for a friend that just had surgery. I will keep this recipe to use any time!
TravisLeyva Posted: 04/23/13
So much easier than oven lasagna!!! Put it together, then leave it until ready. I also used fresh spinach in place of chard, dried herbs, and italian tomatoes. It still had a full rich italian taste.
Katdean Posted: 11/12/12
I rarely rate a recipe, but this one was really bad! Terrible taste. I followed recipe to a tee. Will never make it again.
nursefish81 Posted: 08/01/12
Oh man this was so Yummy!!! I used ground beef instead of swiss chard, and dry herbs instead of fresh. My husband wants me to make it again really soon, shocking !!!!!! My almost 2 year old had two servings!!!!
BiblioMama Posted: 01/28/14
Tasty, but I didn't care for the texture of diced tomatoes. I would probably make this again, but use tomato sauce instead. Also, I don't care for chard, so I used spinach and it came out well.