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Egg Noodle Lasagna

Rated as 4.22 out of 5 Stars

"Mary Oberlin of Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania was lucky enough to receive this recipe from one of her friends. The perfect take-along for charity events and church potlucks, the comforting crowd-pleaser is sure to warm tummies on the coldest of winter nights."
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Ingredients

4 h 15 m servings
Original recipe yields 12 servings

Directions

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  1. Cook noodles according to package directions; drain. Add butter; toss to coat.
  2. In a large skillet, cook beef over medium heat until no longer pink; drain. Spread a fourth of the spaghetti sauce into an ungreased 5-qt. slow cooker. Layer with a third of the noodles, a third of the beef, a third of the remaining sauce and a third of the cheeses. Repeat layers twice.
  3. Cover and cook on low for 4 hours or until cheese is melted and lasagna is heated through.

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I thought this was a good tasting recipe, but I cooked it in the oven instead. Also, instead of layering, I mixed the noodles, meat, sauce and half of the processed cheeseand put it into a 9 x 1...

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I tried this because it was rated well in reviews and I thought would be easier for my young twins to eat. I don't know how people keep the noodles from completely dissolving and becoming mush....

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I thought this was a good tasting recipe, but I cooked it in the oven instead. Also, instead of layering, I mixed the noodles, meat, sauce and half of the processed cheeseand put it into a 9 x 1...

We all love lasagna, but I seldom make it because of all the work involved. I threw this together in no time! I didn't have Velveeta so I used slices of Kraft singles. (even easier!) I also a...

My Aunt gave me this recipe(lives in the same town as the person who put it on here). It is very very easy to make and not alot of time taken out of your day(like other lasagna recipes). I alw...

This recipe was good and easy. I didn't butter the noodles so as to cut out some of the fat, but it didn't diminish the taste, imo. I used more sauce than was called for, and I think it could ha...

I tried this because it was rated well in reviews and I thought would be easier for my young twins to eat. I don't know how people keep the noodles from completely dissolving and becoming mush....

Quick, easy and yummy. I also cooked it in the oven and instead of layering, I mixed the noodles, meat, sauce together and put half of it into a 9 x 13 casserole dish. (I had added onion and so...

I didn't expect this to taste like Lasagna, but I was still disappointed. Not bad, but not good either. I guess the Velveeta made it a little creamier, but other than that, just not special.

Was really good. I didn't add the butter but used everything else. I also sauteed onions with the meat. Only cooked in the crock pot for about 2 hours then just kept it on warm.

I really liked this recipe, my kids had fun with the noodles. I never changed the recipe at all. I used store bought spaghetti sauce, lotsa flavor!!