• Mexican Lasagna

    Comfy Belly: Mexican Lasagna

    There are so many great ways to make grain-free lasagna. Here’s one of my favorites from one of my cookbooks, The Healthy Coconut Flour Cookbook.

    There are a couple of techniques I use to make a gluten-free, grain-free lasagna: use vegetables as noodles, like zucchini or celeriac, bake all the ingredients minus the noodles and call it good, or use grain-free crépes or tortillas as noodles.

    Comfy Belly: Mexican Lasagna

    Here’s the very cool thing about this recipe: you can change the type of noodle and it comes out great no matter what you choose.

    I’ve made this recipe with roasted zucchini, coconut flour tortillas, fried egg, crêpes, and all purpose flour tortillas when guests are not following a special diet.

    And a bonus: this recipe makes great leftovers! Store sealed in the refrigerator for several days, or seal and freeze for a few weeks.

     
     
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    1 tablespoon 3 teaspoons
    1/4 cup 4 tablespoons
    1 cup 8 ounces
    1 teaspoon 5 ml
    1 tablespoon 15 ml
     
     
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    almond flour 1/2 cup 48 g
    coconut flour 1/4 cup 26 g
    honey 1/4 cup 85 g
    honey 1 cup 12 ounces
    maple syrup 1/4 cup 81 g
    maple syrup 1/4 cup 59 ml
    butter 1/4 cup 55 g
    butter 1/2 cup 8 tablespoons
    cocoa 1/4 cup 22 g
    chocolate chips 1 cup 6 ounces
    chocolate chips 1 cup 160 g
    olive oil 1/4 cup 54 g
    olive oil 1/4 cup 2 ounces
    coconut oil 1/4 cup 52 g
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      1/2  250  130
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        3  325  170
        4  350  180
        5  375  190
        6  400  200
        7  425  220
        8  450  230
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