As you can see, I have an amazingly beautiful daughter.
Lauren is intelligent, giving, incredible with little people, and has a terrific sense of humor.
I’m not in the least bit proud of her, am I?
We missed Lauren this Christmas when she left for Texas to spend time with her long time friend, JoJo. As you can see Lauren and JoJo had a terrific time cruising around Austin.
Christmas wasn’t the same without her, but thanks to Facetime, we shared some Christmas morning fun with Lauren and JoJo as they lounged around sipping Mimosas.
What does all this have to do with a lasagna recipe, you ask?
Lauren is our resident semi-vegetarian. She eats meat on occasion, but for the most part, it’s not her first choice.
She loves her veggies though, so every holiday I make sure to serve a dish that will please Lauren’s palate too.
While Lauren wasn’t home to share our vegetable lasagna, I made sure to save some for her return to Seattle.
Sure enough, Lauren’s veggie lasagna got rave reviews. Possibly because she had nothing in her frig to eat, but more likely because it was packed with fresh zucchini, mushrooms and spinach, then topped with a creamy Parmesan white sauce.
We missed you Lauren, but we were happy to share you with JoJo!
This recipe was adapted from Taste and Tell’s fresh vegetable lasagna recipe. Thank you Taste and Tell!
Here at Mother Rimmy’s we wish everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!
Saturated fatty acids: 8.58g
Monounsaturated fatty acids: 7.53g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids: 1.39g
Total fat: 17.50g
Calories from fat: 157
Carbohydrate, by difference: 28.54g
Total dietary fiber: 2.97g
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