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When it comes to baked pasta, there’s something that I learned at a very young age. You can’t go wrong with more cheese! My best friend was from a very loud and loving Italian family, so I was often invited for dinner and I learned to love all the traditional dishes. It would have been a nightmare for someone who was trying to avoid carbs, but gosh, was it delicious! Baked pasta was something my mother never used to make – until I brought home the recipe.
Cheese was an essential part of making this baked pasta. And not just one cheese, but a whole bunch of different kinds. I think that’s what makes this the tastiest recipe out there – and if you ARE trying to avoid carbs or watch your weight, maybe you should skip this one right now…
However, if you’re having a cheat day or if you just love Italian food as much as I do, you’ve come to the right place! This makes such an amazing meal that you’ll forget about your calorie intake when you’re stuffing your face with this. And even if you don’t, it’s still worth every sinful bite.
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Quick Tip: Use your favorite pasta shells for this!