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Ahhhhh. Pizza and pasta. It seems like one or the other is on our table five out of seven days of the week. I try to sneak at least one salad day in and then there is a meat and potatoes day for my husband. Other than that, I pretty much cater to the kids. I learned the hard way that if you make something they don’t like and won’t eat, you’re going to have your hands full later on. It started with frozen pizza and boxed macaroni and cheese, but now they are getting older and we can try out different, more grown up recipes, thank goodness. I was getting tired of those and I know my husband wasn’t impressed.
I have started adding meats and veggies to different kinds of pastas and they seem to enjoy them. I don’t have any complaints and my husband will go in for seconds so I think he’s happy. We have finally come to a mutual compromise. It took a while, but we made it. When I found this pizza stuffed shells recipe on Relative Taste, I knew it was going to be an instant favorite.
This was everything that everyone in the house loved. There was pizza flavor, pasta, meat for the man of the house, and veggies for me. It was perfect. It’s simple to make and pretty affordable too. It’s a regular on our menu board.
Recipe courtesy of Relative Taste. Photo credits go to Comfortable Food!
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Quick Tip: Stuff with all your favorite pizza toppings: jalapenos, ham, bacon, onions… whatever you want!