Trader Joe’s Roasted Vegetable Multi-Grain Lasagna Review

Trader Joe's Roasted Vegetable Multi-Grain Lasagna

Here at Freezer Meal Frenzy, we take every opportunity we can to eat a delicious lasagna. We also make frequent trips to our local Trader Joe’s. It was a combination of those two factors that brought us to the Trader Joe’s Roasted Vegetable Multi-Grain Lasagna.

Now, this is a hefty chunk of frozen food, and it takes a hefty amount of time to cook. If you decide to stuff this into the microwave, it will take 17 to 18 minutes. Even though that’s the recommended cooking method, we actually went with the oven, which takes even longer. This baby needed to spend more than an hour in the cooker. (If you’re interested in seeing the full cooking instructions, we’ve posted a package scan of those below.)

Trader Joe's Roasted Vegetable Multi-Grain Lasagna

The above photo shows how this came out after all that cooking time. Are you ready to dig in? We sure are!

As you can see, the lasagna is absolutely loaded with vegetables. There’s a huge variety of veggies here, from zucchini to broccoli to red peppers. There are roasted mushrooms, carrots, and chunks of cauliflower. It’s a veggie lover’s dream come true.

Cheese lovers, on the other hand, might be a less than impressed by this lasagna. It isn’t cheese-free — it contains both mozzarella and ricotta — but the servings of cheese aren’t that generous. When you bite into this lasagna, you’ll be tasting, pasta, veggies, tomato sauce and not much else.
The lasagna layers are made from multi-grain noodles that have a distinct flavor to them. We really enjoy the way the pasta complements the veggies, but people that prefer plainer pasta might not like these noodles.

Trader Joe's Roasted Vegetable Multi-Grain Lasagna

Trader Joe’s recommends dividing this into quarters — a single serving is considered 1/4 of the package. The photo above shows how much food that is. We think it’s a pretty good serving size, though you could easily eat half a pan if you’re really hungry.

A Trader Joe’s serving (1/4 pan) contains 220 calories (45 from fat) and 380 mg of sodium. That means a hungry person’s serving (a half pan) contains 440 calories (90 from fat) and 760 mg of sodium. If you stay within the recommended serving size, this is not bad at all. If you up your serving to a half pan, you’re getting out of the diet-friendly range.

The Trader Joe’s Roasted Vegetable Multi-Grain Lasagna isn’t going to please all lasagna lovers. That said, if you’re a fan of whole grain pasta and roasted veggies, and you don’t mind a lasagna that’s light on cheese, you can expect to enjoy this dish. It’s a hearty and filling lasagna that’s large enough for leftovers!

If you want to learn more about the cooking instructions, nutrition content, or ingredients in this Trader Joe’s lasagna, check out our package scans below.

Trader Joe's Roasted Vegetable Multi-Grain Lasagna
Trader Joe's Roasted Vegetable Multi-Grain Lasagna
Trader Joe's Roasted Vegetable Multi-Grain Lasagna
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john suffolk
1 year ago

Please bring back Trader Joe’s vegetable lasagna

Sean Jay
Sean Jay
1 year ago

This isn’t all vegan. Looking at the ingredients here, it has rennet which is an animal byproduct.

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