Easy Gluten Free Lasagne

So yum! Hope you enjoy this one!

Lightly fry onions (2 brown 1 purple) and add to browned mince.


Season well with Salt and Pepper.


Add Sauce and whole peeled tomatoes, both of these are cheap and work well.

Cook for 3-4 hours on low, stirring occasionally.

Trick the kids by adding a heap of small cubed carrots, mushrooms, eggplant and any other veg that you have in your fridge that you think with compliment the sauce.


Layout everything you need including utensils for layering.


Then layer.  Mince, Gluten Free Pasta sheets or Mountain Bread, Bechamel sauce – Repeat.


If you’re on a short time-frame or you’re a slacker like me use this already made Bechamel Sauce.


Top with Cheese and Pop into a pre-heated oven at 180 for about an hour and a half.


Pull out and cover with tinfoil and pop a clean folded teatowel over the top to keep warm, we want the lasagna to set, so leave for about 15 minutes –  this step is quite important.
Serve with a green salad.
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2 Replies


Umm looks great but I thought the Dolmio Bechamel sauce had gluten in it? Is it now gluten free??

The Imperfect Mum

It contains wheat in the flavouring. But in the allergen advice it doesnt say it contains gluten. It may be wheat starch found in wheat based glucose, maltodextrose and dextrin which technically is considered gluten free. It would be something you would have to leave up to personal choice whether you would want to try it or not. A home made bechmel sauce is really easy though, butter, cornflour, milk, cheese and you're done