Using tofu instead of ricotta cheese, this vegetarian lasagna recipe adds plenty of flavor with artichokes, black olives and Italian spices. If you love these Mediterranean flavors, it doesn't get much better than this meatless lasagna.
Low-fat lasagna photo courtesy of Fiona, About.com's Guide to Low Fat Cooking
You can use a fat-free ricotta cheese to make a very low-fat vegetarian lasagna. It's also got plenty of fresh vegetables so it's healthier than many other lasagna recipes and is a good source of fiber and nutrients. This is a good vegetarian lasagna recipe if you're cooking for kids.
Vegetarian matzo lasagna is kosher for Passover.
If you'd like to try a matzo lasagna recipe that is vegetarian as well, this matzo lasagna recipe is Kosher for Passover! Watch this quick video to learn how to make an easy vegetarian matzo lasagna for Passover or anytime. Matzo lasagna uses matzo instead of lasagna noodles, but it still includes all the traditional Italian ingredients and flavors, so it tastes great!
About.com's Guide to Italian Food shares this recipe for a more traditional vegetarian lasagna with fresh Parmesan as well as Italian ribiola cheese and fresh tomatoes.
If you still haven't found the perfect vegetarian, vegan, low-fat or cheeseless lasagna here, try searching through these vegetarian and meatless lasgana recipes to find the perfect Italian lasagna to feed your family.