Cauliflower Alfredo Spinach Artichoke Lasagna. Vegan Nut-free Recipe

Cauliflower Alfredo Spinach Artichoke Lasagna | Vegan Richa

I thought I would not be baking this past week because the predicted temps were in the 80s. But you know this is the pacific northwest. So there were a few cool days (low 60s) at the end of the week and I cranked up the oven to cook up this delightful Lasagna. 

With Layers of Cauliflower alfredo sauce, pasta sauce, spinach, artichokes, veggies, and a parmesan topping, this one is a keeper. There are no nuts in the sauces and the sauces are gluten-free. The Lasagna can be made gluten-free with gf noodles. Add more layers, veggies of choice, some cooked lentils to make it hearty. 

Hubbs isnt fond of oozing pasta sauce, so it might look a tad bit less sauce, but it actually is very moist, and has so many flavors in every bite. Make this Cauliflower Alfredo Lasagna this week!

Cauliflower Alfredoa Lasagna | Vegan Richa

Here is a nice article on how clothes and cosmetics can be vegan too. Sometimes things as mundane as a scarf for winter or a pretty Indian dress can be entirely made of animal products like Wool and silk. Both are inherently cruel products. Most of our wardrobe, bedding, regular use items have changed to all cotton and other natural fiber products. With hubb’s hike training though, there are newer things to research like finding a non down insulated jacket (800 down rating) for him to sleep at 14000 feet, a non down sleeping bag, non leather hiking boots and so on. He found the hiking boots, but the search for a good jacket and sleeping bag continues. 

Look at all those layers and spinach and artichoke. 

More Lasagnas on the blog
Lasagna Bechamel with Cauliflower Sweet Potato
Lasagna Bolognese
Chipotle Tomato Sauce Lasagna with Havarti, mushrooms and spinach
Individual Sweet Potato Mini Pepper Alfredo Bake

Add a good layer of pasta sauce, then a layer of noodles. Then fresh or frozen spinach and alfredo.

spread the alfredo, another layer of noodles then pasta sauce. Add veggies og choice like mushrooms, zucchini, peppers etc. 

Add a layer of noodles, then alfredo sauce and spread chopped artichokes over the sauce.

another layer of noodles, pasta sauce, sprinkle salt, pepper, pepita parm and spray of oil. 

Bake for 45 – 50 mins. Cool slightly, cut up the slices and serve hot!

Cauliflower alfredo inspired by Pinch of yum and Oh she glows.

Cauliflower Alfredo Spinach Artichoke Lasagna
Allergen Information: Free of Dairy, egg, corn, soy, nut.
Makes one 9 by 9 inch square pan
For the Alfredo Sauce:
1 tsp olive oil
3 cloves garlic, chopped 
3 loaded cups cauliflower florets (1.5 to 2 inch pieces)
1/2 cup water
1/2 tsp salt
3/4 cup non dairy milk (I used almond milk)
1/2 tsp onion powder
1/4 tsp dry thyme
1/4 tsp dry basil or a Tbsp fresh basil leaves
3 Tbsp nutritional yeast
2 tsp lemon juice
1 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
a very generous dash of black pepper 
1 Tbsp flour of choice (omit to make gluten-free)

For the Lasagna:
Pasta sauce or marinara sauce
1 cup spinach
5 to 6 artichokes, finely chopped (I used canned, drain, rinse and use)
1 recipe Pepita parmesan
No boil Lasagna noodles as needed
salt, pepper and italian herb blend

Make the Alfredo sauce:
In a large pan, add oil and heat at medium heat. Add chopped garlic and cook for 2 minutes. Add the cauliflower, water and salt and cover and cook for 10 minutes or until cauliflower is tender.  Cool slightly, add everything including water to a blender and blend with non dairy milk, all the spices, oil, and flour. Blend to a smooth puree. Taste and adjust salt, herbs and tang if needed.

Make the Lasagna:
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. 
Layer 3/4 -1 cup pasta sauce in the baking pan, then layer noodles. Add more sauce to preference.
Then layer fresh baby spinach or use frozen(thawed), then 3/4 to 1 cup alfredo sauce.
Add another layer of noodles, then pasta sauce, then add veggies of choice like mushrooms, bell peppers, zucchini, cooked lentils or veggie burger crumbles. then layer noodles, alfredo sauce , distribute chopped artichoke hearts on the sauce. Sprinkle pepita parmesan (or nutritional yeast) on the artichoke hearts. 
Add a layer of noodles. add a 1/3 cup water all around the edges. then a good 1-1.5 cups pasta sauce on the top layer to seal all the layers. Drizzle some alfredo sauce on the pasta sauce and add pepita parm and a spray of oil. Sprinkle a generous sprinkle of salt and black pepper and italian herb blend. I also added some pepper flakes.  Add vegan cheese shreds if you like.
Cover with foil, punch a few small holes and bake at 400 degrees F for 45 to 50 mins.
Cool slightly, slice and serve hot. 

Note: I forgot to mention the added water in the last step when I published the post. No boil noodles take up a lot of the moisture from the sauces, so some added water helps keep the sauces from drying out completely. 

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  1. says

    Yum, this lasagna is perfection!! I love the use of the cauliflower alfredo for creaminess instead of having to load it up with cheeze shreds and what not, and you can never go wrong with spinach-artichoke.

  2. says

    This looks amazing! Can’t wait to try it. I replaced my down comforter with a non down one that I found at TJMaxx. Warm and cozy. I have switch to cruelty free cosmetics, I like elf.
    Thanks for all your beautiful posts, the pictures inspire me to make they lovely dishes.
    Keep on cookin’

  3. says

    This looks so good! David isn’t into lasagna at all, and since lasagna-for-one is on the tricky side, I never make it. However, yours sounds so amazing, I may have to invite some lasagna loving friends over for dinner!

  4. says

    Love how veggie-packed this is and artichokes = mega yum!
    it’s boiling here right now but I turned the oven on to make granola yesterday so I can turn it on for lasagna…

  5. says

    When I read “It was in the 80s and I didn’t want to turn the oven on” all I can think is how funny it is that I am praying for it to cool down to the 80s so I can turn *my* oven on and get baking :) hehe. Oh and praying also for this lasagna to magically appear on my table :) xo!

  6. says

    I am going to make this, but I don’t know about the no-boil noodles. I would likely want whole grain noodles, but would it turn out too sloppy, wet with cooked noodles? Could I cook them partway??

    • says

      it should be fine with regular noodles. you can use al-dente cooked noodles or as mentioned on the package the sauce dries out during baking. just add enough for a decent layer on the noodles.

  7. Anonymous says

    I need to be gluten free and low carb, as I need to lose weight for surgery. I’m wondering about substituting slices of eggplant for the pasta. What do you think? It sure looks yummy!

    • says

      someone already made it with eggplants and zucchini and it worked out fine. You can reduce the almond milk in the alfredo to 1/2 cup.

  8. says

    Made this for tonight’s dinner, turned out great! There are so many flavors going on here, and I love the cauliflower alfredo sauce (a great substitute for dairy). Thanks for sharing, can’t wait to try out your other recipes!

  9. KJ says

    Just made this, and it’s amazing. I used mushrooms, but next time will also add hot pepper seeds for spiciness. Also made the freezer fudge, but I’m still waiting for it to freeze.

  10. Bre says

    If I am making this now for a get together that is a few days away, would you suggest cooking it now or assembling it all and refrigerating it until the day of and cooking it the day of? Thank you!

    • says

      you can cook a day or so before or the same day and refrigerate the cooked lasagna till needed. I like my lasagnas that have been sitting for a day. if you assemble and store the sauce might separate, and that wont be fun .

  11. Dino Saadeh says

    Thanks a lot for this delicious recipe.. Just one question, is that a typo “3 Tbsp nutritional yeast”, 3 Tbsp of yeast isn’t that too much?

    • says

      nutritional yeast is inactive yeast which adds a cheese like flavor. its not the same as active yeast used for breads. think of it as a spice.


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