For those who are looking for a quick appetizer or simply a faster way to enjoy a familiar comfort food, The Washington Post's recipe for mini lasagnas is the perfect solution. With a growing number of consumers looking for cooking hacks and shortcuts, this recipe offers a genius pasta alternative.
Unlike a full-size lasagna -- which can take hours to prepare -- The Washington Post's mini lasagnas can be assembled and baked in about half the time. To prepare, users simply place wonton wrappers into muffin tins and layer with a ricotta-spinach blend and marinara sauce. The use of wonton wrappers instead of pasta helps to cut down on cooking time, while still adding a satisfying crunch to the dish. Only 12 to 15 minutes of baking time is required, meaning the lasagna cups are a perfect last-minute appetizer for any event.