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This is one of the best lasagna recipes I’ve ever made. Honestly, it is very simple to make and it tastes delicious. My husband and kids really liked this recipe. Actually, this recipe was so easy to make my kids helped me make it. My daughter said that she would like to try and make this lasagna all on her own for supper some evening. I think that sounds like a great idea! I love allowing kids to help me cook. It instills good character in them. Do you let your kids help you prepare meals?
I served this lovely lasagna with garlic bread and a side salad. Everyone enjoyed picking out their own dressing. Most of us in my family are Ranch lovers but my middle son is quite partial to Italian. I enjoy Ranch but my ultimate favorite is bleu cheese. However, I opted for Ranch with this fabulous lasagna supper. What type of salad dressing your go-to dressing?
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