• Paige J

    I”m planning to make this soon, but what if my tofu has been frozen, will it still work for this? If not, I”ll have to go buy more tofu, because all I have has been frozen.

  • http://www.myvegancookbook.com/ My Vegan Cookbook

    It can’t be frozen before. You’ll have to get more tofu. Sorry!

  • Paige J

    Sorry, but I went ahead and used the frozen firm tofu, it worked out very well, it had a ricotta cheese texture. I made mine without spinach because the vegan kid of the house dosne’t like spinach. I used mushrooms instead, the recipe turned out great.

  • Skinartia

    I made this recipe and I found it to be way too much sauce. My partner described it as “lasagna soup”, hahaha! I’ll definitely make it again but with some revisions (i.e. adding some faux meat, less sauce).

  • http://www.myvegancookbook.com/ My Vegan Cookbook

    How long did you cook the sauce? You may want to cook your sauce longer next time. Also, don’t add all the sauce if it doesn’t need it. Use your own judgment when putting it together. I should have put that in the recipe so I’m doing that now. Thanks for your input.

  • Skinartia

    Hahaha! Thanks for adding the “lasagna soup” quote to the recipe. :) I had the sauce cooking for a bit longer than it took for the noodles to finish. No worries though since I ate all the lasagna soup anyway.

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  • http://livingsimple-naturally.blogspot.com/ Bridy

    wow! this is SO very good. I have made this twice now with great results from the kids. I have one child who will eat anything and another child who is very picky. My picky eater ate every last bite of this lasagna. I was bad and did add a bit of organic cheese to the top, but I am going to make this without the cheese next time and I am sure the kids will love it just as much.
    I have never tried nutritional yeast, but I should get around to doing that one day.

  • Angela

    I just assembled it and put it in the oven. The sauce is excellent and the tofu mixture also tasted quite good, so I can’t wait to try it once it is all cooked. Thanks for the super tasty recipe :-)

  • Ginger

    Can you use the no boil noodles for this?

  • Jenny

    This was GREAT!! My whole family loved it! I used all of the sauce it was just right! Thanks for sharing!

  • Debby

    Hi! I made this recenty and it turned out fantastic! My sister/roommate is anti-tofu (eye roll), so I substituted peeled and shredded eggplant for the tofu and it was fabulous!

  • Katie

    This was a great recipe! Thanks so much. I modified this into more of a baked pasta (I didn’t have lasagna noodles on hand), used penne noodles and mixed all the ingredients together, topping it with the extra tomato sauce & some veggie cheese … yummmm!

  • http://www.myvegancookbook.com/ My Vegan Cookbook

    Thanks for the comment, glad you liked this recipe too :D

  • Kay

    The list of ingredients for the creamy spinach sauce includes “1/2 Tablespoon Canola Oil.” However, the dirctions never mention the oil. The reader can assume you just put it in the blender with the other ingredients, but mentioning it in the directions would take away any doubt.

  • http://www.myvegancookbook.com/ My Vegan Cookbook

    Sorry for the confusion Kay, making corrections to my database now. Thanks for you input.

  • Andrea

    I just made your lasagna last weekend as my first attempt at lasagna since becoming vegan a year ago. I can honestly say it was the best lasagna I’ve ever made, including my omni and vegetarian days! Thanks so much — it was delicious!

  • http://www.flatironwildcats.com Robin

    How do you recommend cooking the spinach before constructing the lasagna? I thinking of sauteing it with a lil garlic? Should just blanch it?

  • http://www.myvegancookbook.com/ My Vegan Cookbook

    hey Robin, if you are using frozen spinach from a bag, just thaw it out in the microwave. I don’t know about fresh.