|These were made with wonton wrappers but I've also done them with gow gee wrappers, so whatever you have on hand. I start with a spoonful of white sauce in the base before smooshing in the first wrapper.|
|Layer on some of your mince mix. . .|
|. . .then simply lather, rinse, repeat! When you have filled your muffins, top with some grated cheese. We like mozzarella, but again, whatever tickles your fancy :-)|
|You can freeze these here, and if I were making a family size lasagne that's exactly what I'd do. But being as these were made for daycare with microwave, not oven facilities, they were baked at 180 degrees C until golden - about half an hour.|
|Try to have your mince mix on the dry side, otherwise you end up with quite a bit of excess liquid oozing out of your muffins and no one wants that. I normally add a few extra veges to ours as well, great way to sneak in a few while no one's looking.|
It would seem that I have never taken a photo of one of these in a lunchbox - I would usually send them in a large Take & Toss container. You can of course eat these cold, but I prefer hot.
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