How To Make Lasagna Cupcakes

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Have you heard of these?  Well don’t feel bad… I hadn’t either…

Until about 2 weeks ago… When the Handsome Husband yelled from another room “Hey, come here… check this out”  What is it?  “Come here… you should make these.”  I vaguely remember glancing at the picture and I soon forgot about them. Most likely because the word “cupcake” was involved.   Mavis + Cupcakes = Burn Out.

Then,  2 days ago I received an email from none other than the Handsome Husband. There was no greeting,  No Hey Mavalicious how’s your day going. Nope, nothing like that. Just a link to a recipe  for these stinkin lasagna cupcakes.

So I finally caved in and made them. Only to shut him up.  Because really,  a husband sending his wife a recipe,  that’s weird.  Guys just don’t do that.

Basically you are going to pull out your super crusty 10-year-old muffin pan, place 1 wonton wrapper per muffin hole (?) area(?) circle (?) and place about a teaspoon of mozzarella cheese, pasta sauce (I added ground meat to my sauce) ricotta cheese and then Parmesan cheese in the center.

Gently press down and cover with a second wonton wrapper and repeat.

Make sure you save a little extra mozzarella to sprinkle on top.

Bake for about 15-18 minutes at 350 degrees until golden brown.  Let cool about 5 minutes and carefully remove from the pan.

Serve, then ask yourself “Why haven’t I made these before?”  They were delicious!  A perfect 10 if you ask me.

Farberware Nonstick Bakeware 12-Cup Muffin Pan

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Comments

  1. My mouth is watering! These look so delicious (and simple — even better). My boyfriend actually sends me recipes all the time . . . but I think that’s mainly because he wants to make things more than I do! He’s the cook ’round these parts. I’m the baker. And I’m perfectly fine with that arrangement. :)

  2. Those look really good! I think my family would like them, too.. Maybe if the weather cools some and I can actually think about turning on the oven, I’ll give them a try!

  3. Those look great! Going in my “recipes for a party” file.

  4. Wondering if you could use lasagna noodles in place of wonton?a

  5. Christine says:

    I found your website through facebook – I think through frugal after fifty. I have to say I love your website. I love the new recipes – I cant wait to try this one.

  6. Maybe you have this under desserts? But bake the wonton shells to make them crispy – then add in a spoonful of icecream and voila! A totally satisfying yet not waist-line-expanding (assuming you only bake 1-2 per person) treat!

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