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Lasagna Cups

Lasagna Cups
I have to tell you guys, I had a lot of fun with this recipe! I had a blast making these with my niece and turning this idea into dinner the other day. Who doesn’t love a pasta cup filled with delicious sauce and ooey gooey cheese? I think I could say that EVERYONE falls under this category. Oh mama are these good. If you like lasagna, then you will love these. Quick note: I used a new product called cooking cream {a Philadelphia product}. Hope you like this one, guys! Don’t these scream “Eat me!

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