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Slow Cooker Lasagna Soup

Slow Cooker Ground Beef Lasagna Soup

  • Cooking Time:

    7-8 hours on Low or 4-5 hours on High
  • Servings:

    6

Ingredients

1 lb. ground beef
1 onion, chopped
10 3/4 oz. tomato soup, canned, condensed
14.5 oz. tomatoes, canned, petite diced
15 oz. tomato sauce, canned
2 chicken bouillon cubes
2 beef bouillon cubes
4 c. water
1 1/2 tsp. oregano
1 1/2 tsp. basil
1 tsp. parsley
2 tsp. garlic powder
1 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
8 oz. Ricotta Cheese
8 lasagna noodles, broken into small pieces - UNCOOKED
12 oz. Shredded Mozzarella Cheese


Slow Cook­er Ground Beef Lasagna Soup is great for a week­night meal. We love this one at my house — even the kid­dos!

  1. Com­bine onions, toma­to soup, diced toma­toes and toma­to sauce and place in a 6-Quart slow cook­er.
  2. Add all of the spices and bouil­lon cubes to the slow cook­er.
  3. Add water and spread your bro­ken UNCOOKED lasagna noo­dle pieces all around. (do not use no-bake noo­dles, make sure they are reg­u­lar lasagna noo­dles like the ones shown here.)
  4. Crum­ble RAW ground beef over top.
  5. Cov­er. Cook on Low for 7–8 hours or on High for 4–5 hours.
  6. Approx­i­mate­ly half hour or so before done, stir in the Ricot­ta cheese.
  7. Serve with shred­ded Moz­zarel­la Cheese on top!

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Crock Pot Ground Beef Lasagna Soup

 

Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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De
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Does the noo­dles get mushy being in the crock pot for so many hrs. ?

Jen
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Jen

Yes! That was my one com­plaint! Next time i will add them 60–90 mins lat­er.
But the ground beef was per­fect­ly cooked in only 4 hours on HIGH.

Margaret
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I’ve made this twice, and love it! I put Ricot­ta cheese in each bowl, rather than the big crock pot. Next time, I want to try raw spinach on top about an hour pri­or to serv­ing. Thanks, I love your Crock­er recepies!!!!

Jerri Silver
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Hi! This looks yum­my 🙂 Note: It would be help­ful if the recipes includ­ed how many peo­ple they serve…thanks

Dawn
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Dawn

How does the ground beef turn out not pre-cook­ing first? Just wondering.….never tried it that way. Always “heard” it was best to brown ground beef before adding to a crock pot, but this way is quick­er & eas­i­er!

Angie
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Angie

When­ev­er I am mak­ing a crock­pot recipe that calls for ground beef, I always put the beef in raw and it turns out fine. Just make sure your are using the 93% lean ground beef or high­er, oth­er­wise it will add a lot of fat to your recipe and make it greasy. Also, be sure to crum­ble the beef into the desired size because large chunks do not fall apart dur­ing crock­ing.

amy
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amy

I was won­der­ing if it would be ok to use pas­ta sauce instead of the cans of toma­to prod­ucts? I hap­pen to have pas­ta sauce on hand and was want­i­ng to use it up.

Julie
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Julie

The bul­lion cubes I have are extra large. Would I still use two, or only one?

Kris
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Kris

Can you sub­sti­tute cot­tage cheese for the ricot­ta?

Debra
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Debra

the cot­tage cheese will add extra salt to the recipe where ricot­ta cheese doesn’t have that much salt in it. I am going to try this — sounds real­ly good -

Cydney
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Cydney

Hi! If I want­ed to freeze this in batch­es, would I just wait to add the ricot­ta? Thanks!

Marge Haywood
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Wish you would put the calo­ries, fat, & fiber val­ues of the recipes. Weight Watch­ers mem­ber.

Amy
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Amy

I am a WW mem­ber and if you use E-Tools with WW you can run the recipe through recipe builder, oth­er­wise just use the cal­cu­la­tor. If you do not have one, there are plen­ty of free points plus cal­cu­la­tors online. 🙂

Lori
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Lori

Can you leave out the ricot­ta cheese com­plete­ly? None of us like it! Thanks!

Jessica
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Jessica

I real­ly wish you had an option to print your recipes. I am a print­er. I print every­thing. 🙁

Diane Ricci
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Diane Ricci

Seems like allot if toma­to. Do you think kids would like? Thanks

Christine
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Christine

Do you drain the can of toma­toes first?
Thanks! Can’t wait to try!!!

Dawn
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Dawn

Is there a way to cut the sodi­um?

Bonnie
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Bonnie

You could use extra dry cot­tage cheese instead of ricot­ta. The dry cot­tage cheese does not have as much liq­uid as reg­u­lar and before using it strain out the liq­uid. Hope this helps

Toni
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Toni

This looks sooooooo good. As I am a wid­ow, I will make this to freeze in por­tions. Thanks for the tip on wait­ing to add the ricot­ta or cot­tage cheese. Thanks Amy for your tip as well on fig­ur­ing out val­ues. Can’t wait to try this.

Pat
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Pat

12–09-13
It was a team a effort for the fam­i­ly. I pre­pared every­thing the night before. The fol­low­ing morn­ing my hus­band put the lasagna n beef n in the after­noon around 3 when our daugh­ter got home from school she added the ricot­ta cheese n we all top it off with the moz­zarel­la cheese n it was deli­cious. Will cook this again n again.

Pat
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Pat

Mime did not come out soupy cuz I added lit­tle bit of bar­ley it was per­fect. 5 stars for the recipe.

Eileen Keane
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Can ground turkey be sub­sti­tut­ed for the beef as long as I brown it first?

Amy
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Amy

I’ve loved a lot of your recipes, but this one didn’t turn out well for us. Every­thing was a glop­py, mixed mess. I fol­lowed the direc­tions exact­ly. I used the low set­ting and the noo­dles were falling apart and almost indis­tin­guish­able from the rest. Every­thing sort of com­bined to make a thick gravy like sub­stance. My sons likened it to lasagna put through a blender. I’m sure a soup like this would be good, but per­haps a crock­pot recipe would have the noo­dles added much lat­er in the day?

Linda
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Linda

I’d like to know if you put the noo­dles in lat­er so they don’t get mushy, how long do they have to cook for before they’re done? I’ve nev­er cooked pas­ta in the crock before. Thank you.

Janice Weston
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Janice Weston

Want­i­ng to get Ground Beef Lasagna Soup

Robbin Dinbokowitz
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Would oven ready Lasagna noo­dles work? At what point would you add them? TIA

ena
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ena

That is what I used, it worked fine. I also added more than called for, it was like bee­fa­roni.

Crystal
Guest

Am I read­ing it right 10 cans of toma­to soup

Karen
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Karen

Im mak­ing this today, can’t wait to get home from work! Thanks for post­ing!

Karen
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Karen

Im mak­ing this today, can’t wait to get home from work! Thanks for post­ing recipe!

Karen
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Karen

Oops, i added a word and post­ed twice.

Jen B
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Jen B

Noo­dles mushy but added from the start… Les­son learned! But taste was awe­some!! Used mafal­da noo­dles. Same type yet small­er. Maybe too many s well… Lol. Next time. Deli­cious exper­i­ment!

Kelli
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Kelli

Very yum­my & easy to make! Went great with our hol­i­day spread for an ear­ly Christ­mas cel­e­bra­tion!

Amber
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Amber

Tried this today. Very sad. The noo­dles were so mushy they resem­bled missed pota­toes. And after cook­ing 8 hours the ground beef still wasn’t cooked. Had to throw out the whole pot! Hope oth­ers have bet­ter luck!

Helen
Guest

how do I get a print­er friend­ly receipt?

Lee Ann
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Lee Ann

Did you use fresh or dried herbs? Just won­der­ing which you are refer­ring to in your recipe. It looks deli­cious and I can’t wait to try it this week­end!

Anna
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Anna

Has any­one ever tried this with ground turkey?

Kelly
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Kelly

I used ground turkey. I’ve nev­er made this before, and I prob­a­bly nev­er will again. I think it would have been bet­ter if I browned the ground turkey and put it in. The whole thing had the con­sis­ten­cy of baby food. I’m super dis­ap­point­ed 🙁

Lea
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Lea

I loved it. I actu­al­ly put the noo­dles in for only 2 hours on low and I left out the ricot­ta all togeth­er (because I was a ding dong and for­got to buy it!!) I was won­der­ful!!! Def­i­nite­ly a hit.

Deborah
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Deborah

How many serv­ings does this recipe make? I need to make about 4 quarts of soup and am won­der­ing if I should dou­ble the recipe.

Thanks!

Deb­o­rah

Cindy Chong
Guest

This is an absolute­ly deli­cious recipe.
Thank you so much.

Christina
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Christina

I made the recipe exact­ly as in the recipe and it came out perfect..no mushy noo­dles or anything…I did cook it on low and am won­der­ing if cook­ing on high might change that but I plan on mak­ing two batch­es for a school func­tion tomorrow…the teach­ers will love it!

Janer
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Janer

Hi, do we have to use the bouil­lion?

Linda
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Linda

I used a roast­er and dou­bled the recipe and left it for half the day. It didn’t turn into a soup, but instead, it turned into the best eas­i­est to make and moist lasagna we have ever tast­ed. I don’t think I want to make a soup out of it now.

Jen
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Jen

First crack at this and it turned out great- only had beef oxo, used 3 tsps, added extra lasagna noo­dles from the start, and used pas­ta sauce. Every­thing cooked up fine after 7 hrs on LOW includ­ing ground beef- noo­dles were nice and soft, but not mushy. If you’re wor­ried about noo­dles just cook them sep­a­rate­ly and add them with ricot­ta cheese.But found this recipe very easy to fol­low and ver­sa­tile with what I have on hand.Thanks!

Maureen
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Maureen

Hi there- is there any way to decrease the sodi­um on this? For exam­ple, do I have to use toma­to soup, beef bouil­lon and chick­en boul­lion? All those are high in sodi­um. I was think­ing of just remov­ing the toma­to soup alto­geth­er and doing 4 cups of low sodi­um beef broth instead.

Thanks!

Cheryl Maksymowski
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Cheryl Maksymowski

Just won­der­ing.… I was telling some­one about this recipe and they asked me this ques­tion… “Wouldn’t it be pret­ty greasy if you don’t brown the ground beef first?” Got me think­ing about it.. How does that work?

Thank you!

andrea
Guest

I am a dum­my and just threw every­thing in the crock pot! Even the ricot­ta cheese. Do I need to throw it out? Sor­ry didn’t read till lat­er that you added that the last hour… Ugh

Mary
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Mary

Made this tonight & we loved it! This will become
a reg­u­lar dish in our rota­tion. We added a can of
Rotel (drained of juices) because we pre­fer spicy.
Also sprin­kled in red pep­per flakes with the oth­er
spices. I added the noo­dles 2–2 1/2 before we were
to eat and I put in 10–11 bro­ken noo­dles. We love
pas­ta so the more the mer­ri­er. Real­ly loved
the fla­vor & con­sis­ten­cy. Thank you for the recipe!

SANDRA LOFARO
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SANDRA LOFARO

THIS RECIPE IS SO EASY AND FLAVORFUL. IT TASTES LIKE LASAGNA BUT IS SO MUCH EASIER TO MAKE. THE NOODLES COME OUT PERFECT! THIS IS PERFECT FOR A COLD NIGHT OR A POT LUCK. MY HUSBAND REALLY LIKED IT. WOULD DEFINITELY MAKE IT AGAIN.

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