Campfire Cooking: Dutch Oven Lasagna

Dutch Oven Lasagna

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Here’s a new twist on an old classic. Lasagna in a Dutch Oven! Layers of gooey cheese and fragrant Italian sausage makes this recipe the ultimate comfort food. The best part? Like many of our other recipes, it’s amazingly simple! So delicious and simple, in fact, you might not ever want to go back to making lasagna the traditional way again!



  • -Olive oil
  • -1 9-oz package of oven-ready lasagna noodles*
  • -1 24-oz jar of spaghetti sauce
  • -1 bag of spinach
  • -1 lb. of Italian sausage
  • -2 8-oz bags of mozzarella cheese
  • -Garlic powder

*It is essential to have oven-ready or precooked lasagna noodles. If you are using regular lasagna noodles, you need to boil them before preparing the lasagna.


1. Brown the Sausage

Heat and grease your Dutch Oven. Use only enough oil to coat the bottom of the oven. Add in the Italian Sausage and cook until browned. Once cooked through, transfer the meat into another bowl and drain off the excess liquid.

2. Start Layering

Start with a layer of sauce, adding a layer of noodles, more sauce, spinach, cheese, Italian sausage, and garlic powder. Repeat this layering until out of ingredients or Dutch Oven is full. Cook on a bed of hot coals, while also using 17 coals on top of the lid. Bake for 30 minutes.

3. Serve & Enjoy!

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