Smoked Pumpkin Lasagna2

This Pumpkin and Sage Sausage Lasagna was created out of a random desire to eat something savoury, using whatever was leftover in the fridge and pantry. While not a conventional combination by any means, it does hit the spot if you’re looking for something with a smoky flavour that’s a little heavier (with your daily dose of beta carotene and iron to boot).

Smoked Pumpkin Lasagna3

In lieu of a traditional béchamel sauce, the cream of chicken soup adds the thick texture required for the sauce. This is a perfect dish to make if you’re expecting friends over for the weekend, maybe during a viewing party of the latest American Horror Story episode.

Smoked Pumpkin Lasagna1

Pumpkin and Sage Sausage Lasagna

Total Time: 90 minutes | Yield: 6-10 servings

Ingredients for the Base Sauce

Ingredients for the Chicken and Sage Sausage

Other Ingredients


  1. Combine thoroughly all the ingredients of the sausage together. Cook it in a pan using a little oil. Add spices and salt as you go along, according to your preference.
  2. Boil water and cook the lasagna sheets.
  3. Sauté the garlic and onions for the sauce in olive oil. Add the pureed pumpkin, spinach, and pureed bell peppers. Follow with the pasta sauce and cream of chicken soup.
  4. Add the spices, salt and pepper to taste. Incorporate the sausage into the sauce.
  5. Layer the lasagne using the pasta sheets, sauce,  gouda, and mozzarella. Top with a generous amount of even more mozzarella.
  6. Serve and enjoy!

5 Responses

  1. The photos on this site are gorgeous as is the styling, but the recipes are usually half out of the can. It just seems a bit of a mismatch.

    1. A lot of our readers are people who are new to cooking and/or on a budget. A lot are also young folk afraid of the kitchen. We try to cater to their abilities and needs. However, we do post more involved recipes every now and again. 🙂

  2. This is great! However, I don’t think the leftovers in my fridge include any of the main ingredients listed in this recipe. 🙁 Oh well.

  3. Nice! 🙂

    Where can you get pureed pumpkin in a can and the fresh kind? All I see in groceries is squash, but I don’t know if you can substitute that for pumpkin.

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