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Every once in a while I come across something that transforms the way I think about the food that I am making my family. Let me introduce you to the Wonderbag, the unique bag that allows you to bring food to a boil then it finishes cooking in the bag. Wonderbag greatly reduces the need for energy and fuel consumption because it uses the heat of what food is already inside to continue cooking.
For our family that means easily making a meal in the morning and then allowing it to cook throughout the day. I don’t have to worry about leaving any appliances on throughout the day because Wonderbag is safe! It’s a great solution for busy moms but it also practical for use around the world because it doesn’t require that you use fuel to finish cooking.
You can also easily transport hot meals which means other women around the world are finding a useful solution to preparing and serving meals. Also because of the way Wonderbag is constructed it’s insulated core helps retain moisture which means you need less water to cook.
Wonderbag is incredibly easy to use. We don’t use (or even own) a microwave so it’s nice to know that I can easily prepare a meal ahead of time and allow it to cook. It fits in with our healthy and sustainable lifestyle.
Butternut Squash Lasagna Recipe
- 1 package cooked lasagna noodles
- 2 cups cubed (and cooked) butternut squash
- 2 cups italian cheese
- 1/4 cup chopped Italian parsley
- 1 cup Ricotta cheese
- 2 tsp garlic chopped
- 1 package frozen spinach
- 3 cups Alfredo sauce
This recipe is incredibly easy as long as you have prepared your ingredients. You’ll want to be sure your butternut squash is cubed and then cooked. You’ll also want to defrost and drain your frozen spinach. Your lasagna noodles should be cooked and also ready to go.
I started first by creating my cheese and spinach filling. You’ll want to combine your ricotta cheese, spinach and garlic in a bowl.
Once the ingredients are ready you’ll want to start and layer your lasagna. Since I am cooking in my Wonderbag I started by heating my pot in the oven for an hour at 375 degrees.
You want your pot to be nice and hot so start with your very hot pot and add 1 tsp of butter at the bottom. Then add a light layer of Alfredo sauce then layer on your first layer of lasagna noodles. Your first layer will be the spinach and ricotta mixture then another layer of lasagna noodles. On top of that layer add your squash and parsley. Add another layer of lasagna and top with cheese and sauce!
Once your lasagna is ready to go you’ll want to get it inside your Wonderbag to finish cooking. Simply place your pan inside the Wonderbag, top, and tie shut. Allow your lasagna to cook for 4-6 hours! What I really liked about cooking in the Wonderbag is how safe and easy to use it is. To serve my meal I can simply open it and serve anywhere!
I can easily see our family taking Wonderbag with us on family outings and even for quick meals made easy. You can find Wonderbag worldwide now on Amazon.com. I really respect how Wonderbag is helping families all around the world create safer and more sustainable meals!
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