Mini Lasagna Cups

Mini Lasagna Cups

If you have any wonton wrappers leftover from the Crispy Southwestern Wontons, here’s a great way to use them up! These are adorable mini lasagnas made with wonton wrappers in a muffin tin! How fun are these little lasagna cups? And so fun to eat, no utensils needed. The outer wonton shell is thin and crispy, while the inside is soft and chewy, just like a lasagna noodle. Stuffed with gooey cheese and an incredibly meaty red sauce, these are sure to please. They’re so easy to whip up, hearty, filling, and great for a quick weeknight dinner. I’ve posted the step by step recipe over on the cooking section of Kevin and Amanda. Hope you enjoy!

Mini Lasagna Cups Recipe



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    1. Amanda

      I am so so sorry about that! We are working on some website issues… I will try to fix this ASAP!!

  1. Jessica Dudley

    *******BLUSH********** My apologies!!! I just fully read the recipe and see that you divide the meat into 4 portions….sooo…..just disregard my little “correction” comment earlier. Oops!!!

    1. Jessica Dudley

      Wait! Now I don’t even see my comment!!! Haha! Did I totally just call myself out or what??? Geesh…is this day over yet?

  2. Zack Henningsgaard

    I attempted these tonight, turned out very good except I used oil when cooking the ground beef/sausage which made the cups very oily. Definitely will try again!

  3. Missy Allaire

    Made these this past weekend and LOVED them. I used the 5 Italian Cheese blend. I can’t say enough how delicious these were. I sent the recipe to everyone I knew. I think a mexican version would be delicious too!

    Thank you Amanda!!

  4. Paulette

    I made these for dinner last night, YUM YUM YUM! I did add onions to the burger/sausage when cooking. I’m going to get mini muffin pans to make these for parties. I’m sure it’ll take some tweeking on the cook time/temp. Any suggestions would be welcomed! THANKS!

  5. Tahsha

    Thanks for the recipe. This is the first thing I cooked from scratch for my daughter and I since my husband died three months ago. I loved that it was easy and small. Most recipes aren’t worth my time when it’s only me and a four year old eating. I even blogged about it :)

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  8. T. Sass

    Did you make these in mini muffin pans or in regular ones. Mine didn’t crisp up but I also didn’t see that you get could get all the stuff in a mini one.

  9. Lisa Y.

    Made these for dinner and they were delicious and super easy (much easier than a whole lasagna). I will definitely make them again.

  10. Paula

    Hi Amanda,

    I would like to make these ahead for a graduation party. I have the same as Nikki – could these be baked and then frozen?


  11. Lauren@LittleYellowKitchen

    These are clever! I do something similar with eggs but I love this idea for an appetizer at a cocktail party. So easy and so adorable!…and I am sure they are delish :)

  12. Regina

    Thank you for adding the nutrition info! I recently joined Weight Watchers and having this info saves me a lot of time from figuring points!

  13. Emily

    Oh, oh, oh I’m in love!!! I cannot wait to make these…. We have a party coming up also that these look like they’ll be great for, thank you so much!!!

  14. Alison

    I, too LOVE mini things! If you have more “mini recipes” I would love to see them!! Can’t wait to try the lasagna cups!

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