Joy Bauer gives cheesy lasagna and peach Melba a healthy makeover To celebrate summer's vibrant fruits and veggies, Joy Bauer whipped up two super satisfying dishes. And while I absolutely adore pasta and classic lasagna, it was fun to create a lower-carb, lower-calorie rendition when you're looking for a lighter supper. Remove the foil and bake uncovered for 30 more minutes. Drain off fat. And no noodle-boiling required, thanks to a trick I learned from my mama! To celebrate summer's vibrant fruits and veggies, Joy Bauer whipped up two super satisfying dishes. Ingredients: 1 pound ground turkey, 93% lean One jar (24 ounces) preferred tomato or marinara sauce 2 cups part-skim Cover the bottom of the pan with a thin layer of meat sauce (about ½ cup) and place down 3 of the uncooked lasagna noodles. Think of a just-picked stalk of corn, a sweet watermelon, a juicy peach, a tender eggplant or a light zucchini — is your mouth watering yet? Don't forget to head to your local farmers market so you can stock up on these summery superstars. Let cool for 10 to 15 minutes—then add baby spinach leaves on top in the shape of a Christmas tree and decorate with star-shaped bell peppers and sliced cherry tomatoes as ornaments. Today show nutritionist Joy Bauer … And no noodle-boiling required, thanks to a trick I learned from my mama! Serve and enjoy! Add marinara sauce and ½ cup water to the pan with the cooked turkey. Creamy, cheesy, and saucy, this dish is the full package. Foods That Improve Memory & Mood | Joy Bauer, High Blood Pressure Diet and Treatment – Joy Bauer, TODAY Show 6 Months to a 6-Pack Challenge, One jar (24 ounces) preferred tomato or marinara sauce, 1 teaspoon garlic powder (or 4 cloves garlic, minced), 2 boxes (10 ounces each) frozen, chopped spinach thawed and thoroughly drained of water, 1½ cups shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese. Top with the remaining spinach-ricotta mixture and then the remaining 3 lasagna noodles. Trust me — one bite of this veggie, flavor-filled masterpiece and you'll be hooked. Cook the turkey in a medium nonstick pan coated with nonstick oil spray over medium heat until there is no pink remaining. Plus the spinach adds nutrition and fiber. Joy Bauer lightens up comfort food classics like lasagna, mozzarella sticks, cinnamon buns and pound cake for the TODAY anchors. Bake for 45 minutes. To celebrate summer's vibrant fruits and veggies, I whipped up two delectable dishes highlighting a few favorites: a mouthwatering No-Noodle Cheesy Lasagna and an sweet tooth-satisfying Peach Melba. Fresh, in-season produce can taste as indulgent as your favorite dessert or beloved beverage. For more tasty recipes, order Joy's new cookbook Joy Bauer's Superfood! I grill the peaches to bring out their natural sweetness, then top 'em with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, fresh raspberries and a sprinkle of granola or crushed graham crackers for a satisfying crunch. Preheat the oven to 350°. Top with half of the spinach-ricotta mixture and about 1 cup of the meat sauce mixture, then a layer of 3 more noodles. Use these delicious recipes to lower your cholesterol and blood pressure, prevent migraines, manage arthritis symptoms, and more! Nothing says "summer" like a succulent and juicy peach. Plus the spinach adds nutrition and fiber. Cyber Monday is just hours away! Mix thoroughly, cover and shut off heat, then set aside. Celebrate the holidays with this fun and festive Christmas lasagna! While eating this delicious stone fruit straight from the fruit bowl is plenty delicious, this decadent dessert will really wow your taste buds. Think buttery pound cake, cheesy lasagna… Add the drained spinach and mix again thoroughly. Coat a 9-inch x 13–inch baking dish with nonstick oil spray. Celebrate the holidays with this fun and festive Christmas lasagna!