Hands down, this White Lasagna is our all time favorite in the house!

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A contemporary take on the classic Italian lasagna, this Slow Cooker White Lasagna mixes pasta with cheese and sauce. This white lasagna dish differs from the traditional one in that it uses a creamy alfredo sauce instead of a tomato-based meat sauce and a combination of cheeses and chicken instead. The first pasta, called "laganon," is believed to have originated in Ancient Greece, where the dish is believed to have originated. It is in Italian cuisine, nevertheless, that the lasagna of today was born. This variation utilizes a slow cooker, which makes cooking much easier and allows the flavors to integrate wonderfully over many hours. The result is a satisfying dinner that requires little effort to prepare.
The rich and decadent Slow Cooker White Lasagna goes well with many different sides. In contrast to the heavy lasagna, a refreshing green salad tossed in a tangy vinaigrette cuts through the richness, and a serving of roasted or steamed broccoli or asparagus brings extra nutrition to the dish. Garlic bread, an assortment of olives, and Italian cured meats are other possible appetizers to round off an Italian meal. Creamy alfredo sauce is the perfect accompaniment to a chilled glass of white wine, like Pinot Grigio.