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Mint and ricotta go together like peas and carrots in this stuffed shells recipe. True story.
Think about all your favorite seasonings, now think about stuffed shells. Blend these two together and you have a delicious stuffed shells dinner everyone will go crazy over!
Loaded with sausage, ricotta, and mozzarella, these are not your ordinary shells. If you are lucky to have leftovers, enjoy these for lunch the next day or freeze them for a quick dinner on a busy weeknight. Easily modify this recipe to your liking by adding your favorite cheeses and seasonings!
This is also the perfect recipe for using those spaghetti sauce leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. And if you know you’re going to have a busy week, make this ahead, freeze it, and bake when needed!
Recipe and image courtesy of Simply Recipes.
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Quick Tip: You can make these ahead and freeze for later! Just take it out of the freezer the night before and bake the next day, or bake frozen but add about 15min to the baking time.