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Lasagna Logs

Updated on November 11, 2013
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Ingredients

1~ 16 oz box Lasagna noodles

1~ 8 oz box Philidelphia cream cheese

1~ 10 oz box frozen chopped spinach

1~ 7 oz bag sliced pepperoni (Hormels is best but brand is optional)

1~ Cup shredded Mozzarella cheese

3~ Cups shredded mild (or sharp) Cheddar cheese

1~ tsp Weber all natural no MSG Gourmet Burger Seasoning

1~ jar cheese dip sauce

Approximately 3/4 of a 3oz jar of grated Parmesan cheese

Approximately 3 tablespoons real bacon bits

The Noodles

Boil lasagna noodles for 11 minutes, drain and rinse under cold water, then lay out flat. Pat dry as you use them or they will be too slippery to handle.

The Lasagna Noodles

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The Mixing bowl

In a glass mixing bowl, add the cream cheese, parmesan cheese, mozzarella cheese, bacon bits and burger seasoning. Then add the mostly thawed spinach and mix with beaters on high until smooth and creamy.

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Putting it all together

Lay out a noodle, pat dry, and then spoon the spinach mixture on in a thin layer down the center of the noodle, leaving about a half an inch free at each end. Then lay out six slices of pepperoni down the center and then roll it up and place it into a glass baking dish that has been sprayed with butter flavored Pam. Spread the cheese dip sauce over all until evenly covered and then cover that with the shredded Cheddar. Stick the dish into a preheated oven and bake on 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Turn the oven off and let sit in there for another 20 minutes. Remove from oven and let sit 5 minutes. serve and eat and enjoy.

This meal takes roughly 20 minutes to prepare and roughly one hour cook time. this recipe makes 15 logs. They are very filling and easily make a whole meal all by themselves.

Putting mix on Noodles

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Putting pepperoni on mix

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Rolling and putting in pan

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Covering with cheese dip sauce

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Covering with shredded Cheddar

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Nicely done

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  • tlmcgaa70 profile imageAUTHOR

    tlmcgaa70 

    4 years ago from south dakota, usa

    haha, i decided to go see just how original my recipe really was...i put lasagna logs in teh google search and discovered quite a few recipes, tho none quite like mine. not to bad either, i found my hub on the second page :) woohoo. oh yes and i was right...there are quite a few lasagna rolls as well, lol.

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    tlmcgaa70 

    4 years ago from south dakota, usa

    hello faithreaper, i am happy to know this is indeed my own recipe...today i was asked why i didnt call them lasagna rolls...i said i thought maybe someone else was sure to have come up with this or similar and if they did i thought they would call it rolls, so to be different i would call them logs. and while someone else has surely thought up something similar...i have never heard or seen them. you see, i had bought some lasagna noodles, but forgot a few key ingredients for making lasagna, so i was trying to think up some way to make them that would be tasty...and this is what i came up with. my dad never eats a meal cold if it was meant to be hot, yet he ate the leftovers the next day and ate them cold...and declared they were still excellent and you know that made my day.

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    Faith Reaper 

    4 years ago from southern USA

    Wow, never heard of such, but they sound and look so delicious! Very interesting. Must give this one a try.

    Thank you for sharing.

    Up and more and sharing

    Blessings, Faith Reaper

  • tlmcgaa70 profile imageAUTHOR

    tlmcgaa70 

    4 years ago from south dakota, usa

    thank you manicpanicplease, peachpurple and drbj....i hope you all get a chance to try this. my dad can be hard to please but he raved over it so you know it has to be good :) if you do get a chance to try it i would love to know what you think of it. have an awesome day.

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    drbj and sherry 

    4 years ago from south Florida

    What a different and interesting recipe, Tammy. Love the name, too - Lasagna Logs.

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    peachy 

    4 years ago from Home Sweet Home

    this is good. You sure are clever.

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    L Brander 

    4 years ago from Canada

    Never thought of making lasagna like this, I'll have to try it sometime. Love the recipe-revamp. Voted up

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