If you haven’t noticed by now, we are all about fast dinners that come together in a matter of minutes. This soup has all the flavor of lasagna without all the work.
Now, if you do want a yummy lasagna recipe, be sure to check out our Creamy Chicken Lasagna. It’s just as good as this soup.
If you are looking for lightened up versions of your favorite recipes, be sure to check out our Weekly Healthy Menu Plan where we email you 6 dinners (just like this soup), 2 side dishes, and 1 dessert each week.
how to make Ground Turkey Sausage Lasagna soup
Step 1: In a large stock pot, add onion, garlic and turkey; cook until turkey is browned. Drain grease. I usually rinse my meat in water and drain out the water a couple of times as well.
This is an option, but the less grease, the happier my stomach.
Step 2: Add in chicken broth, tomatoes, tomato paste, oregano, Italian seasoning, and basil.
Step 3: Mix well and bring to a boil.
Step 4: Add in broken noodles and zucchini and cook for 8-10 minutes or until noodles are tender. Break the noodles into bite size pieces to allow easier eating.
If they are too large, they will be uncomfortable and unflattering to eat, especially if they don’t fit on your spoon.
Step 5: Stir in Parmesan cheese and add salt and pepper to taste.
Step 6: If you are looking to garnish, you can add extra cheese, fresh cherry tomato slices, parsley or cilantro.
not a sausage fan?
My kids don’t love sausage. When I make this for my family, I usually make it with just original ground turkey or ground beef.
You could use any sausage you’d like as well if you are not a turkey sausage fan. This recipe is very flexible and tastes delicious with just about any meat.
My sister likes to make hers with shredded chicken, as well. So really any meat you like, this soup would taste delicious with.
I have recently made this using Italian Sausage and it was delicious. Try it for yourself to see what you prefer.
what could I serve with this?
Whenever I serve soup for dinner, my husband just feels like it doesn’t fill him up. However, this soup is very filling, so I usually choose simple sides when I make it.
One of my favorites to serve with this is our, Easy Cheesy Sticks. They are only five ingredients and you make them with pre-made dough. I also love dipping them into our soup.
I also love a good fresh salad. One of my favorite salads to serve with this soup is our Copycat Olive Garden Salad. It is so easy to make, and the salad is inexpensive. My kids love the olives and banana peppers in it.
watch how to make our favorite breadsticks
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