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I have some goat cheese mozzarela in the freezer from @Devonviolet as well as some frozen spag sauce (with burger, sausage, & shrooms) I made. I should take out both and make a lasagna. Will have to go buy the noodles though. I'll post if I do make it... :hide
 

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Per my usual, this recipe freezes well. I usually freeze it raw. I make up to 6 batches at a time as they are something that I like to share and others like to receive. These definitely take a lot longer to cook from frozen but I like to get them out to thaw in the fridge two days before with great results. Leftovers are consumed just as readily as fresh (if there is any left!)

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Looks delicious! I love making lasagna and any kind of stuff pasta. I also love to make my own tomato sauce. I'm Asian but I'm convinced that in my past life (if there's such thing), I must be Italian! :lol:
I usually freeze my lasagna as well but they are cooked. It makes for an easy weeknight meal.
 

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Well...since @RollingAcres called me out on no new recipes of late and the “Chili Train” was really neat, I thought I’d share another favorite that I know everyone makes differently. This is regularly requested by DS for breakfast too! Lol

Meatloaf

2# hamburger
2 eggs
1 tbsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp black pepper
1 tsp parsley flakes
1 cup ketchup
1 1/2 cups quick oats

Combine. Bake at 350 for 30 min.

Cheats:
1) I bake on a cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil for easy cleanup.
2) I make Meatloaf “Balls” as they cook faster, are more portion-sized, and are perfect for leftovers and freezing. (Some use muffin tins but I like the easy clean up mentioned in 1.) These are just oversized meatballs that are about the size of a racquetball/baseball.
3) I often get out an extra pound or two to make sure I have enough to freeze!

**We dip ours in bbq. I know some coat theirs with some type of sauce for baking.

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