Little Lasagna

Wonton Warrior is having a blast in Bizzy's kitchen.  I hope, he is not going to be angry at me for telling you, he is not the neatest cook.  I followed him around, wiping up spills, returning cheese to the refrigerator and washing dishes.  He is a bit lazy but he does know how to make magic with wontons.  

After, making lasagna, he made chocolate cream cheese dessert --- oh so yummy.

It was luck that I found an aluminum foil deep pan, the exact size of the wonton.  This is a pan, I must get a bunch of.  It made working with the wontons. a snap to use.

I made this, the way I make lasagna.  Next time, I will have the confidence to add some spinach to the mix.  

Little Lasagna

Ingredients:  For one little lasagna portion...

4 square wontons

1/3 cup Marinara sauce or any red pasta sauce

1 teaspoon Parmesan

2/3 cup cottage cheese or Ricotta

1/4 cup shredded Mozzarella (I used Mexican blend.)

1/2 small onion, chopped

1/4 teaspoon Italian seasoning

1/4 teaspoon sugar 

salt and pepper to taste


Separate 4 wontons from the rest in the package and line them up on a smooth surface.

Mix cottage cheese or Ricotta with Parmesan, chopped onion,  sugar, seasoning, salt and pepper.

Spoon 2 tablespoons of sauce on bottom of baking pan.  
1 wonton
2 tablespoons cottage cheese mixture
 1 tablespoon shredded cheese
1 wonton

There should be 4 layers, ending with wonton topped with sauce and shredded cheese.  You may find you will use different amounts of the ingredients.  If you like it more or less cheesy, add some.  The same with the sauce and onions....

Make it your own.

Linked to  Hearth and Soul


  1. What a cute and clever idea!

  2. What a creative recipe! I love how this could easily be made for lunch for 1. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Perfect way to make lasagna for 1 or 2. Thanks for sharing!

  4. How long and at what temp to be baked?
    Looks perfect for single servings : )

  5. What a great way to make a delicious single serving lasagna treat! I love this idea, Chaya!


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