Green and White Lasagna – Low Carb Keto & Gluten Free

Posted by on October 16, 2014 in Gluten Free Recipes, Low Carb Keto Recipes, Main Dishes | 4 comments

Green and White Lasagna – Low Carb Keto & Gluten Free

Low carb keto lasagna…isn’t that an oxymoron? Not when Fluffy Chix Cook gets involved! If you’re looking for  a big plate of Italian  comfort food, and want to be knee-deep in low carb keto lasagna, you’ve definitely come to the right place. All of the flavor, and none of the guilt!








Sometimes we marvel and pinch ourselves—that we’re truly living a low carb keto lifestyle, because it doesn’t feel like it. Where’s the abstemious, low carb diet? The deprivation? The angst and longing? Frankly, we live simply, and eat simply, about 90% of the time. But that 10% of our keto lifestyle is saved for treats and treasures such as Psylli Pumpkin Induction Pasta and lasagna. You heard me. I said lasagna and Induction in the same sentence. Are we nuts? Or just pulling your leg? Is it really possible to enjoy lasagna with noodles, in a low carb way of life (WOL)?




Yes. You can really enjoy pasta and lasagna in a low carb lifestyle. And we’re not talking Dreamfield’s either. This tastes very similar to homemade pasta. The Psylli Pumpkin Induction Pasta does have a slight  texture difference from real glutinous, high carbage pasta, but it is thoroughly enjoyable and eats just like real lasagna! We love using the chimichurri in place of pesto. Chimichurri Sauce has few carbs than pesto and doesn’t taste overwhelmingly like cilantro. It’s richly balanced! You wouldn’t think it went with mushrooms, but it SOOOO does! The Alfredo Sauce helps bring everything together: the mushrooms, the chimichurri, the pumpkin (that doesn’t taste at all pumpkin).




We chose to use the Egg Fast Alfredo, even though it is not an authentic Alfredo, because it’s made in about 2 minutes and has fewer carbs than the true version with cream and butter. It also stands up to longer cooking times a little better, too. In fact it’s the Chimichurri and Alfredo that gives the lasagna the name Green and White Lasagna!

Now, we know, it’s not exactly low calorie and sometimes we do have to be mindful of calorie-dense food. But we are not foolin’; a half serving was plenty for this Fluffy! And, it’s not like we eat it every day, either! (But you probably could!)

Hope you will try it and drop us a comment! What is your favorite lasagna variation?

Green and White Lasagna – Low Carb Keto & Gluten Free

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 40 minutes

Yield: 1-2 servings

Serving Size: 1/2-1 recipe

Calories per serving: 639

Fat per serving: 55g

Green and White Lasagna – Low Carb Keto & Gluten Free

Mushroom Chimichurri Lasagna is seriously elegant, hoity-toity hanky panky. The green and white sauces wardrobe seamlessly together. It reheats well, but shouldn't be frozen.



  1. Make a recipe of Psylli Pumpkin Lasagna, Chimichurri Sauce, and Alfredo Sauce per recipe instructions. Use 1 serving of the pumpkin lasagna noodles (1 whole lasagna noodle). Cut pasta into 2 shorter pieces of equal size.
  2. Preheat oven to 350° and spray an individual casserole dish with olive oil cooking spray or brush with olive oil.
  3. Sprinkle mushrooms with pinch of sea salt. sauté sliced mushrooms in a dry, nonstick pan. Cooking the mushrooms dry, actually pan roasts them and allows the moisture to quickly evaporate, while building caramelization.
  4. Place a spoon of Alfredo in the bottom of the individual casserole and top with the 1st lasagna noodle. Top with Chimichurri Sauce or pesto. Add 1/2 of the mozzarella and 1/2 of the Parmesan cheese (reserve the rest for the last 10 minutes of cooking). Top with mushrooms. Drizzle on another spoon or 2 of Alfredo Sauce. Top with second layer of pasta. Put remaining Chimichurri on the pasta. Add mushrooms. Add remaining Alfredo. Cover with nonstick aluminum foil. Try not to leave a little space between the sauce and the foil. Bake in a preheated oven 350° oven for 20 minutes. At 20 minutes, remove the foil, and top with the remaining shredded mozzarella and parmesan. Return to oven and cook uncovered until cheese is melted, golden in spots, and hot in the center. Top with crispy bacon crumbles and optional pine nuts. (You can also add a little extra Parmesan, chopped Italian parsley and red pepper flakes, too!)


Warning! This low carb lasagna is so rich and delicious, you might find yourself only eating half of a serving! We tried to eat a whole portion and just couldn't do it. It's as tasty as it is pretty—and filling! Having the low carb keto Psylli Pumpkin Pasta and sauces prepared in advance are great time-saving tips! We plan on making Mushroom Chimichurri Lasagna whenever we've prepared chimichurri for steaks, chicken or seafood because, we know there will be leftovers and chimichurri is lower carb than pesto (and equally fabulous), and this lasagna tastes insanely delicious!

Serving Ideas Serve with a simple green side salad and House Vinaigrette.

Nutritional Information

Per ½ Serving 320 Calories; 28g Fat (76.8% calories from fat); 14g Protein; 5g Carbohydrate; 2g Dietary Fiber; 3g Effective Carbs

Per Serving 639 Calories; 55g Fat (76.8% calories from fat); 28g Protein; 10g Carbohydrate; 3g Dietary Fiber; 7g Effective Carbs

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  1. I have been told that my kidneys are at 40 percent and that my potassium needs to be reduced so there goes almond flour so looking for other types I do not eat grains so they are out. Do you think that Psylli can be a product we could use in baking I have the psylli pumpkin pasta recipe . I want to know can you make a bread type recipe with psysllium

    • Hi Paul, sorry to hear about your struggle with kidney problems. ((hugs)). So the bad news is that because I’m just a recipe developer, photographer, writer, and food blogger, I’m not equipped to answer questions pertaining to nutrition. So I don’t know if psyllium powder would be ok to use in your individual situation. I would suggest talking to a pharmacist about whether psyllium would a) interact with any meds, or b) if it is high in potassium. Also check with your doc to make sure you can use it. The psyllium used in Fluffy recipes is NOW! brand whole psyllium husks and the daily serving size is up to 2 teaspoons. The recipes/serving sizes keep this recommendation in mind and per serving, stays under that amount. I don’t know if you can have the products used in the Mile High Keto Biscuit Mix, but maybe check out those with your doctors as well. You can make biscuits, English muffins and bread from it. Barring that, Maria Emmerich has a psyllium bread that you might also consider. Since I can’t have almonds either, I would make sure to sub coconut flour for the almond flour in the amount specified in her recipe. Maria’s recipes rock.

  2. Have you ever frozen this? I made a traditional lasagna using these noodles and it was Ah-mazing! Best noodle replacement I have found by far. My husband said he couldn’t tell the difference. Since normally lasagna is a great dish for freezing I was hoping I’d be able to make an extra next time and freeze for a busy day. Just not sure if the noodles would lend themselves to freezing.

    • yes you can freeze it, but omit the glucomannan! 🙂 So glad you loved these!!! We think you just can’t tell the diff!

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