If you would like a healthy vegetable lasagne then this really is the perfect choice for you. It is full of flavour and if you don’t like any of the vegetables included it would be easy to swap them for other vegetables if preferred.

Mediterranean vegetable lasagne
Mediterranean vegetable lasagne served with salad

Just Average Jen is an independent blog and in no way connected with any weight loss plan and no contributors have been trained by them or worked for them. It is the reader’s responsibility to check Slimming World syn values, WW points and any other allowances themselves as those given are approximate.

Vegetable lasagne for dieters

If you follow Slimming World, Weight Watchers (WW), Noom or any other weight loss plan you can usually count the ingredients within this recipe in your allowances.

It is of course important to check yourself any plan you follow and remember all nutritional information and ingredients are found in the recipe card below.

For Slimming World

This is an unofficial Slimming World vegetable lasagne that is vegetarian and I believe it to be Syn free (uses one healthy extra A choice per person).

It is delicious and loved by vegetarians as well as meat-eaters as a tasty Slimming World lasagne. It is full of flavour but easy to prepare and then leave in the oven to cook.

Sweet potato quesadilla
Sweet potato quesadilla

Adding extra veggies to this healthy vegetable lasagne recipe

This healthy vegetable lasagne recipe is packed full of vegetables but if you want to have some on the side or a salad on the side too then go for it!

If you follow Slimming World then you will know many vegetables are referred to as speed foods.

Vegetables are low in calories compared to their density. This essentially means that they fill you up with very few calories.

Bowl of salad
Bowl of salad

The more vegetables you have in a meal either as a side dish or mixed in with the meal itself the lower-calorie the meal tends to be. A filling but low-calorie meal is perfect for weight loss.

All my recipes include vegetables where possible but do feel free to add more as an accompaniment when you can.

Always choose vegetables that you enjoy because otherwise you will begrudge eating them and are more likely to before long stop cooking them at all.

Trying vegetables cooked differently or with herbs and spices can make them a little more exciting too.


What is Quark?

It is a soft cheese made with skimmed milk. It’s rather like Philadelphia in its consistency and, due to the fat-free aspect of it, there is little flavour. Because of this, quark on its own is not often enjoyed.

Quark is, due to its limited flavour, very versatile and useful in some great recipes. I frequently use it in both sweet and savoury recipes and share a variety of my favourite quark recipes here.

Quark pot
Pot of Quark

Healthy Lunches

If you are eating healthily then you may have difficulty in finding lunches for work.

This is just one of many amazing Slimming World lunch ideas I have found so do check out my other recipes for more ideas.

If you take lunch then you are so much less likely to buy food which inevitably will be less healthy. Taking a variety of food throughout the week to work keeps your lunchtimes interesting and stops you from getting bored.

Even if, like me, you work alone at home it can make such a difference having your food already prepared for you. Why not give it a go and make sure you build a variety of lunches into your weekly meal plan.

Mediterranean vegetable lasagne
Mediterranean vegetable lasagne served with salad

More healthy recipes you may enjoy

If you like the look of this healthy vegetable lasagne don’t forget to check out my recipe menu for more tasty recipes including roasted Mediterranean vegetables in a balsamic tomato sauce.

For more pasta-based recipes for all the family check out my ultimate pasta recipe post they vary from ones with butternut squash to ones with chicken in there is something for everyone.

If this healthy filling vegetable lasagne with a quark cheese sauce has made you realise you should use quark more and are looking for more recipes with it check out my ultimate quark recipe list here.

If you are vegetarian or want to eat more vegetarian or plant-based meals I have a full list of vegetarian and vegan recipes here.

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Courgette bakes with tomato sauce

Etsy for weight loss

If you are like me and like buying fun new items to motivate your weight loss, then here are my favourites. Etsy is great for items for the kitchen and weight loss goodies. I could spend hours browsing there.

There are so many great food diaries too so you can record your meal plans and track your weight loss to keep a record of the good and bad weeks. Click the photos to have a look for yourself.

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A weight loss sign
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Weight loss magnet
A close up of a bouquet of skinny whip bars

Weight loss and Exercise Support

I have a lot of weight loss guides and support if you want to exercise including if you have a condition like fibromyalgia.

Have a good look around and see how I can help you achieve your weight loss goals. Request my free resources to get you started too!

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Mediterranean vegetable lasagne

Mediterranean Vegetable Lasagne Recipe

  • Author: JustAverageJen
  • Prep Time: 20 Minutes
  • Cook Time: 45 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 5 minutes
  • Yield: 6 Portions 1x
  • Category: Main meal
  • Method: Hob and oven
  • Cuisine: Italian
  • Diet: Low Calorie


The best vegetable lasagne recipe out there is this Mediterranean vegetable lasagne which can even be syn free on Slimming World!



Spray Frylight or other 1 cal cooking spray

1 Courgette (cubed)

1 Aubergine (cubed)

3 Peppers – red, orange or yellow (deseeded and cut into bite size chunks)

1 large Red Onion (quartered then sliced)

2 500g Cartons Passata

30 g Fresh basil (torn)

3 Cloves Garlic (crushed)

250 g Baby Plum Tomatoes

400 g Lasagne Sheets (dried)

500 g Quark

1/4 tsp Mustard Powder

1 Egg

160 g 50% Less Fat Cheddar (grated)

150 ml Vegetable Stock

Salad To Serve

1 Fresh Tomato Sliced for top if wanted


Preheat oven to 200°c

Using a large saucepan add the Passata, basil, aubergine and courgette and heat on a medium temperature for 10-15 minutes

Meanwhile using a large frying pan fry the onion and pepper in Frylight for approximately 10 minutes or until starting to brown slightly and softening.

In a mixing bowl combine the quark, egg, mustard powder and vegetable stock until well combined. Then set this mixture aside.

Mix together the vegetables in the frying pan and saucepan.

Carefully layer the vegetable mixture and lasagne sheets in a large ovenproof dish.

Pour the quark mixture on top. Then top with the grated cheese.

Bake for 40-45 minutes until browned lightly on top. Serve hot with a side salad.

Keywords: Lasagne, Lasagna, low syn, Mediterranean, vegetarian

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  1. Definitely a fave in our household. Love the flavours of the med veggies with the cheesy sauce – yum!