5 Insanely Delicious ‘Dessert Lasagna’ Recipes
Lasagna is one of Earth’s best creations. Whether it’s from a five-star restaurant, your local Olive Garden, or a homemade tray of the most famous lasagna recipe on the Internet, you can’t improve upon layers and layers of cheesy delight.
Or can you?
Enter “dessert lasagna”! We know it sounds weird, but dessert lasagna doesn’t incorporate cheese or tomatoes or other traditional lasagna ingredients. Instead, it’s made with chocolate and whipped cream, as well as a host of other sweet ingredients like fresh fruit, peanut butter, cookies and candy.
Here are some of our favorite dessert lasagna recipes. Give them a try and let us know how they turn out!
Red Velvet Dessert Lasagna
Red velvet cake is a luscious dessert that makes every special occasion even more special. This Red Velvet Dessert Lasagna from The Cookie Rookie comes together with cream cheese, chocolate pudding and Oreo cookies, and can be served chilled or frozen.
Key Lime Pie Lasagna
How perfect is this dessert lasagna for spring weather? The delicious pairing of sweet and tart combines the traditional Key lime pie flavors in a spectacular dessert. It would be an epic end to a backyard BBQ or a Mother’s Day luncheon. Get the recipe from Oh My Goodness Chocolate Desserts here.
No-Bake Birthday Cake Lasagna
This unique birthday cake recipe is so festive and sweet, and you don’t even have to turn on the oven to wow your guests with this creation. With Belgian waffle crisps, heavy whipping cream and cream cheese, this recipe from Wine and Glue only needs three to four hours to set before it’s ready to serve.
White Chocolate Berry Lasagna
This decadent dessert lasagna looks (and tastes) restaurant-quality, but it comes together with just a few simple ingredients. Get the recipe at O Taste and See.
Lemon Coconut Cream Dessert Lasagna
Nothing says summer quite like seasonal produce such as bright yellow lemons and the light, sweet taste of coconuts. The recipe for Lemon Coconut Cream Dessert Lasagna at I Heart Naptime is so simple to make (it uses Golden Oreos and instant lemon pudding mix), but the fresh elements of lemon zest and toasted coconut elevate the dessert to something kids and adults alike will enjoy.