CrockPot Vegetarian Lasagna Soup Recipe

Lasagna Soup

We love lasagna around here. It’s our go-to holiday meal and it was even the first thing I ever cooked for Mr. Meaty back when we were dating (yes, the “real” meat version just for him).
So, when I saw this fantastic-sounding Lasagna Soup recipe, I had to give it a shot. Tomato soup with creamy cheese and noodles? Yum!
I found this beautiful Lasagna Soup and converted it to veggie “beef” and made it into a CrockPot recipe. You can use homemade ground beef substitute or your favorite store-bought variety, like Quorn. I’m so glad it’s Slow Cooker season again! Hooray for easy CrockPot meals!

Lasagna Soup


2 teaspoons olive oil
4 cups “ground beef
2 onions, finely chopped
4 garlic cloves, minced
2 teaspoons oregano
1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes
2 tablespoons tomato paste
1 (28-ounce) can diced tomatoes
6 cups vegetable broth
2 bay leaves
1/2 cup finely chopped fresh basil
8 ounces ricotta
1/2 cup grated Parmesan
1/4 teaspoon salt
Pinch of pepper
2 cups shredded mozzarella
8 ounces fusilli pasta


Place all ingredients except pasta in CrockPot and cook on LOW for 8 hours. Add pasta and switch to HIGH, cook for 15 more minutes. Serve.


Incredibly simple to throw in the CrockPot and go. And, it is delicious!
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  1. dawn says

    This soup sounds yummy!!! Im gonna try this one on sunday… JUst curious tho… I have used the ground beef substitute before. I cooked it in a fry pan to make a meatless taco salad.. It only took 5-7 minutes in the fry pan to cook through. Is 8 hours going to be too long in a slow cooker for the veggie meat??? That just seems like an awfully long time.. Will it break down??? Thank you for your time

    • says

      It depends which kind of "beef" you're using. If using store-bought like Quorn, it works great. If you're using homemade, you may want to wait until the last hour to put the "beef" in the pot. Alternately, you could put the "beef" ingredients (brown rice, lentils, etc.) in raw. But yes, Quorn holds up great for 8 hours in the crock, if that's what you're using!

  2. Shira says

    I'm so excited that the dairy is added to the bowl before serving! Makes it possible to feed to my newly gone dairy free hubby. :)

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