Warm & Hearty Lasagna Soup

Lasagna Soup Leftovers

So, this past week, a cool front came through and I must say, it was WONDERFUL!  Here in deep South Texas, it’s November and yet our temps are still in the 80’s/90’s.  Weird, I know!  To celebrate the cooler temps, I made this Hearty Lasagna Soup and as a result, it was just what we needed!

I have a love/hate relationship with Lasagna.  I utterly love the dish and can lick my plate clean if no one’s around but because of all the work that’s involved in preparing it, I also hate it.  Well, hate is a strong word, it’s probably more of a “It’s too much work, I don’t want to make it unless someone’s going to help me do it AND clean up” kinda feeling.

I’m thinking I need to clone myself, that way, I can play Candy Crush while mini clone me makes it.  Sounds *almost* possible, right!?  No, I guess not really but until it is, I will easily volunteer to make this Lasagna Soup at moment’s notice!

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This recipe can be easily customized to suit your taste buds.  It is fantastic with this Italian Sausage but if that’s not what you have on hand (or like), use ground beef or turkey.  I also added Cayenne Pepper to give it a little kick but it can be 86’d or just adjust the quantity to suit your liking.  In my opinion, the Italian Sausage is the one I like most of all but, that’s just me.

Lasagna Soup

Cooler, and wetter, days are imminent therefore, take a look at some of my other favorite soups that are especially relevant warmer-uppers this upcoming season.  My Pozole and Pasta Fagioli recipes are a couple of all-time favorite’s so be sure to take a look.

With soups like these, leftovers are inevitable which is why soup is so great!  They store pretty well and the flavors become BFF’s after hanging out in the fridge overnight.  In a recent trip to our local Sam’s Club, we found these storage containers and I immediately fell in love!

For one thing, they’re glass which means they won’t warp or get that orange-y colored film that always bubbles up in the microwave…Yuk-a-roni!! This set comes with 6 square and 6 rectangle containers with corresponding matching airtight and leak-proof lids!

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Plus, because they are NESTING containers, they have quickly become my favorite ones to use!  Snap the lid on each container then nest them to save space!  No more fussing with the lids or trying to find them…they can all be stacked nice and neat.

Lasagna Soup Leftovers

Then when you’re ready to have some more of this delicious Lasagna Soup, simply grab the container from the fridge, remove lid and pop in the microwave!  No more grabbing a container only to find leftover corn from last week that somehow, managed to get shoved to the back of the fridge and forgotten.  These containers are clear, making it’s contents easily identifiable, which is a win in this house!

Now, here’s the recipe you’re going to want to make tonight!


Hearty Lasagna Soup

Hearty Lasagna Soup
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
40 mins

Lasagna noodles along with a Ricotta Cheese blend is what makes this warm, hearty soup a delicious bowl of comfort that's perfect for any day of the week!  

Course: Main Course, Soup
Cuisine: American, Italian
Servings: 6
Author: Cori
  • 8 Lasagna Noodles
  • 6 tbsp Olive Oil, divided
  • 19 oz Mild Italian Sausage, casing removed
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1/2 tsp Black Pepper, ground
  • 1/2 tsp Basil, dry
  • 1/2 tsp Thyme, dry
  • 1/8 - 1/4 tsp Cayenne Pepper, ground
  • 1 tbsp Parsley Flakes, dry
  • 1 tsp Oregano, dry
  • 1/2 White Onion, chopped
  • 2 tbsp Garlic, minced
  • 5 cups Water
  • 3 Chicken Bullion Cubes
  • 1 large Bay Leaf (or 2 small)
  • 2 tbsp Tomato Paste
  • 14.5 oz Petite Diced Tomatoes
  • 28 oz Crushed Tomatoes (with Basil)
  • 1 cup Pasta Water
Ricotta Mix
  • 8 oz Ricotta Cheese
  • 1 1/2 cup Mozzarella Cheese
  • 1/2 cup Parmesan Cheese, grated
  • Fresh Parsley for Garnish *optional*
  1. Break lasagna noodles into small, bite sized pieces.  Cook according to package directions.  When ready, reserve 1 cup of pasta water before draining.  Set aside.  In a small bowl, mix all three cheeses and also set aside.

  2. In a large stock pot, heat 3 tbsp olive oil and brown sausage (casing removed), salt, pepper, oregano, parsley, cayenne, basil and thyme. Cook through and crumble.  Strain and set aside.

  3. In same stock pot, heat remaining oil.  Add onion and saute until translucent.  Stir in garlic and cook an additional 3 minutes.  Add water, bay leaf, bullion cubes, tomato paste, diced and crushed tomatoes.  Bring to a boil.  Reduce heat and simmer 20-25 minutes.

  4. Stir in pasta and reserved pasta water.  Simmer 5 minutes.  

  5. Remove from heat and discard Bay Leaves.  Serve while hot into bowls and top each with a heaping spoonful of ricotta mix.  Garnish with fresh parsley if desired.

52 responses to “Warm & Hearty Lasagna Soup”

  1. Patricia G. says:

    Your recipes are sooo yummy! This is one I might try sometime in the future! 🙂 I tried making the seasoned fries one and they were addictive (because they were so yummy). Your pics of the food are also mouth-watering! 🙂

    • Cori says:

      Aww, thank you Patricia 😉 I agree, those seasoned fries are totally addictive and if I could, I’d make them as a stand alone meal for myself, lol. I appreciate your sweet words, totally made my day 😉

  2. I love lasagna and soup, so I will totally have to try this! I am so happy for Fall and this cool weather, because it is perfect for soup and some nice crusty bread 🙂 Mmmmmmm!

    • Cori says:

      Yes, crusty bread to soak up all that goodness is *almost* mandatory, lol. Soups like these are one of the reasons why Fall is my favorite season!! 😉

  3. Priya says:

    I’ve never heard of lasagna soup but maybe I can make the vegetarian version of it.

  4. Suanlian Tangpua says:

    It looks Yummy!! can I use sunflower oil/coconut oil instead of Olive Oil?

    • Cori says:

      Definitely, of course! Either would work just keep in mind that the coconut oil might give it a mild “coconut” taste. For that reason, I’d probably choose sunflower over coconut unless you’re okay with it 😉

  5. lucicoo says:

    This looks really delicious. I live in Louisiana and it still in the 80’s which make me sad.

    • Cori says:

      Thank you, Luci. I completely understand…I live in deep South Texas and we’ve been in 80/90 degree weather all week. We get teased with “cool” weather occasionally, which is when I take advantage and make soups like this one 😉

  6. I am making this the second that the first snowflake falls this winter! I love lasagna and there’s nothing better than soup on a cold night.

  7. I love soup and lasagna so this sounds like the perfect recipe for me to try. Especially on a cold fall day!

  8. Tara says:

    lasagna soup is one of my favorite fall/winter soups! it warms you to the bone!

  9. I have never heard of a lasagna soup but my goodness, I’m drooling over my keyboard!! This looks so delicious, and your photos are excellent. Thank you for sharing this with us, I’m saving this recipe for later!!

  10. There is something special and comforting about a well-done lasagna! Looks delicious!

  11. Lasagna soup is such an interesting idea. I had a friend bring a taco soup to a football Sunday one year, and I was amazed how much taco flavor he was able to put into that soup. If this is anywhere close to that, I might have to try to make this over the weekend.

    • Cori says:

      Oooh I’ve made Taco Chili before and that was so good, I can imagine it’d be great as a soup also. I hope you do get to try it out. Let me know what you think and thanks for stopping in today 😉 (and for the inspiration, lol)

  12. Courtney says:

    This is my first time seeing this recipe, but it looks DELICIOUS! Also, so glad you got your cooler temps! I don’t know if I could handle 90 degree weather in the fall months.

  13. Kelly says:

    This looks SO good! I really want to make this!

  14. Ashvin says:

    This looks so tasty and delicious. I have never tried this but the recipe looks pretty easy. This will definitely work for the winter!

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  16. Kyle says:

    I must try your recipe. I looks yummy! Thanks for sharing!

  17. MeganSays says:

    I can honestly say I’ve never heard of lasagne soup – but it sounds incredible. I’ve printed this off to try though – perfect for the freezing cold winter nights here in Ireland.

    • Cori says:

      Thank you Megan! Yikes, I have a couple of friends living in Ireland and the photos of winter are intimidatingly beautiful! If you love lasagna and soup, this will definitely keep you warm and satisfied during the cold nights! 😉

  18. I’ve already pinned this and I cannot WAIT to try! I love Lasagna and with the winter months in Chicago I definitely eat a lot of soup! Thank you for such a delicious recipe

  19. oyibougbo says:

    This is my first time coming across this, have never heard or tasted this lasagna soup but would love to. looks so inviting.

  20. Wow. I recently tried a recipe for Lasagna soup. This one looks so much better. I’ll definitely pin it for later.

  21. Ashley says:

    OMG this looks so delish! Saving it because I need it in my life and my belly lol

  22. Shell says:

    Oh my goodness this sounds absolutely heavenly!!! What a delicious soup idea!!! My family loves lasagna so I’m sure they would totally love this recipe!

    • Cori says:

      It is a pleasant surprise and a perfect combination on cold nights, that’s for sure! Thank you for stopping in today, Shell 😉

  23. Wow, this looks amazing! I love lasagna and I love soup so this is the perfect combination! 🙂

  24. Heather Hart says:

    Yum!! That looks and sounds so good! I’m going to have to eat lunch early today…

  25. Lydia says:

    I love lasagna and I love soup, so clearly I need to try this recipe! 🙂 It looks so tasty and amazing- and like you said, easier than actual lasagna too.

  26. Mary Leigh @ Live Well Play Together says:

    YUMMY! I love lasagna, but never thought of it as a soup! This is a fun twist!

  27. I’ve never made lasagna soup, sounds yummy!

  28. Jessica Lynn says:

    YUM!!! I can’t wait for soup weather to come around here, because this sounds delicious…and something my kids would eat which is always a bonus

    • Cori says:

      I can’t either, Jessica! Fall is my favorite time of the year because of the cooler temps but even more so, the soups that come with it! I hope y’all try it 🙂

  29. This sounds so good and perfect for fall! I love lasagna too, but it can definitely be time consuming to make.

    • Cori says:

      It’s one of the reasons I don’t make it more often. This soup version is SO much quicker and tastes just as great! Thanks for stopping in 😉

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