Forgive me if I'm a little frazzled during this post, but the Little Miss just over turned our kitchen island onto HER. She's a monkey and was climbing the drawers while I was in the family room. Thankfully, only a scratch and a small bruise on the cheek.
But, it was frightening. And messy.
It forced me to clean out the drawers. Which was not on my list to do at 5:00 p.m. on a Tuesday night with dinner needing to be made.
Tonight it was scrambled eggs because I was lazy and running out of time. But a few nights away it was this lasagna. Do you hear the angels singing?
In case you have heard me ramble about my two tomato plants out back, well here's proof that they are very fertile. About every 4-5 days I'm picking close to 20 tomatoes. I just keep making salsa and spaghetti sauce. I figure my freezer will be stocked soon for winter!
Sometimes I like to think I'm Ma Ingalls and I really need to stock for winter. It's kinda fun.
This baby even looks beautiful pre-cooked. I could stare at it all day. I took a TON of veggies (zucchini, tomatoes, garlic, mushrooms and peppers) and loaded this baby full.
So take whatever is in your garden, do a little chopping and make this lasagna.
You can find the recipe, here. It was featured on the Quad City Moms Blog today. I've been asked to contribute once a month for them. Fun, fun, fun!
And ladies, if you serve this to your husbands, they may not even notice it is meatless.