I had made extra shell in case they split. So glad you loved the recipe as much as we do! I can’t wait to make this – how much do you think would be lost by using frozen spinach? Your email will not be published or shared. So happy to hear it . I will definitely be making this again and experimenting too! This recipe was great!!! I do have one question though: What is a good side dish to go along with these shells? Came out very good. LOVE this recipe!!! I increased the mozzarella to a cup and a half also. Will definitely make again. Not worth the fuss to precook anything. I am definitely making YOUR recipe (making 2 trays – one to take on Christmas, and one to freeze for a couple of days later!). Even my husband, who doesn’t like garlic enjoyed it. Mix 1/2 of the chopped meatloaf and 1/2 Italian sausage in with cheese mixture. I used a whole jar of sauce and a 16 ounce container of ricotta, and this yielded about 20 or so stuffed shells. Growing up, I was one of those bizarre children who actually liked eating vegetables. Hi Alexandra! Or would I need to just add it to the marinara sauce? Italian sausage tastes really yummy with this as do meatballs. So glad you enjoyed these! Pour a cup of marinara in the bottom of a 9×13″ baking dish. Made this dish for office party . Thank you and Merry Christmas!! How could I make it light? I use about 20 small shells with the same proportions of filling. Add 2 lg cans whole tomatoes (crush with hands) and simmer for at least 20 min. I’ve made it countless times for my husband and I and we never get sick of it! All-in-all it was absolutely the best stuffed shells I, or my family, have ever had! I usually throw in one or the other while baking it to make my husband happy. Add the shells to a large pot of well salted boiling water … They do! I plan on making these again and would like to add sausage to some of the shells for people who want a little meat in the stuffed pasta shell. This is SO yummy!! Stuff the cooked pasta shells with the beef and ricotta filling. Enjoy!! Required fields are marked *. I love simple dishes like this! Easy-to-follow recipe and completely doable for a novice cook. I have a problem with judgment calls like”packed”, greatly preferring an objective measure like grams or pounds/ounces. Thank you for sharing ! Have made this twice now and followed the receipe as listed except omitted Parmesan (kids don’t like). Mix to combine. In this easy spinach and ricotta stuffed shells recipe, three cheeses combine with quick sauteed spinach and jumbo pasta shells for a hearty and comforting, crowd-pleasing vegetarian dinner. I don’t recommend trying this with stuffed shells. So, so good. Hope they come out good as they look!! We used a little extra ricotta parm and mozz, just because we had it. I am a big fan of vodka sauce, and it would be great with these stuffed shells! Thanks for sharing your recipe. Hi Ted, I’m sorry you found the measurement confusing. I used kale in mine instead of spinach and cooked it the same just in a Dutch oven instead of skillet! I left a previous review, but after making it again I wanted to add some things. Excellent, we added ground beef to the sauce and cut up a small onion finely . Thanks, Kathleen! I used Hazan’s tomato sauce with a little garlic added. Strain the shells and lay in the pan. Ricotta Stuffed Shells Recipe - Rich and cheesy EASY stuffed shells. One of the few meatless meals my bf loves!! ©2010 — 2020 A Spicy Perspective. Pair this stuffed shells … These 5-ingredient spinach and ricotta stuffed shells is a quick and simple vegetarian pasta dinner that is perfect for a busy weeknight or a special occasion. Thanks, Katie! I’ve also made successfully with Persian feta, goat cheese, and cream cheese if you don’t like ricotta texture. It was an ok recipie. Will have to cook it for my wife, she loves pasta. If you’re freezing leftovers or the premade dish (with the sauce), simply cover with foil and bake at 375. The only I added to her recipe is that I put in a can of Rotel tomatoes , just to kick it up a notch. One of my main complaints about recipes is the “prep time”. With Covid 19 it’s nice to make something different. This recipe is in my top 5 favorites. Thanks for my new go to recipe. Second time making this! Excellent ratio of spinach to cheese. NEW! Thanks, this will be made again and again! So glad I made this. I added a splash of heavy cream to the ricotta to make it a little less grainy. Another reviewer mentioned this too, so I would use a larger dish if you’re going to make this. Other than that, I followed it to a T. I love this recipe! BOOM. I did add extra spinach, extra fresh basil and a pinch of nutmeg as one reviewer suggested. Finally now just checking out this website and very excited to try a bunch of the other recipes out! Thanks! I want to add Italian sausage to the Marinara. These are so delicious, this is my second time making them. I’ve been following this recipe for 2 years now and I love it! Making Ricotta Stuffed Shells is so easy. Thanks! I did use my own homemade sauce and my own fresh herbs, so of course, I’m a bit biased, LOL. Smells AMAZING!!! I don’t usually LIKE Italian style food, but the use of basil instead of oregano pursueded ne to try it. Delicious and easy! So glad you enjoyed my recipe! Mine took a little longer to bake uncovered, I had to use a covered glass dish because I was out of foil. Place the shells in the baking dish on top of the marinara. Mix the ricotta filling in a bowl. Yum! My husband said it must be on our regular rotation! Stuff the Shells and Bake. Do I make it now and freeze it until Saturday morning then bake? It’s size is reduced by half. I’m so glad you and your family loved them! I used Presidents Choice sweet basil pasta sauce and it was perfect. Also used the entire 16 oz container of ricotta and most of 1 26 oz jar of marinara. But what do you serve with it?? I used cheap marinara in a can from the dollar store and the recipe still came out fine. It was less expensive so I went for it. At the end I covered with remaining sauce added sprinkle raw cane sugar, Parmesan, mozzarella. To the spinach, add the Parmesan cheese, ricotta cheese, 1 cup mozzarella cheese, and spices. Recipe was clear and easy to follow. Check us out on Instagram @doublebatch.co ☺. Preheat oven to 350 °F. It served 12 easily with enough left over for my lunch the next day. Believe it or not, you can make this amazing Stuffed Shells Recipe in a Slow Cooker! I froze the other pan for another day. Tasty and very easy recipient to cook and is a really good meal for a weekday dinner. Have had this recipe for a while and finally decided to try. Just fabulous. They came out just right! Works with frozen spinach too. Good recipe. I also added lemon zest, oregano and red pepper flakes to my ricotta mixture. Left a few plain ones for the kiddos…thanks for sharing! Yes, you can either freeze them prior to baking, or freeze the leftovers. Something that is classic and comforting, the perfect meal to end any sort of day?? Thanks so much, Mura!! Does anyone have any recommendations on doing this? Thanks again! This is a great recipe. Hi, Jeanne! Thanks so much for letting me know, Julie! So glad you enjoyed these! I would have made a double batch but wanted to try the recipe first. My husband and I had these for dinner with a garden salad and there is lots for leftovers. I didn’t have shell pasta (my girlfriend used the pasta and didn’t tell me)). If so, would you mind letting me know if you needed to adjust the cook time, etc?? In my cheese mixture I added nutmeg. I’m so glad you and your husband are enjoying them as much as we do! Do you think I could make these ahead and freeze? Or, you can even put it in your lunchbox, and it will fit perfectly. In all honesty, this recipe has a lot of wiggle room to it, and using slightly more or less spinach won’t make a huge difference. I used Classico pasta sauce sweet basil. Oh I’m so happy to hear that, Suzanne! Thanks! This is straight-up the best “impress your neighbors” recipe out there! I’m so happy to hear you love this one – your substitutions sound amazing! Ricotta Stuffed Shells are made into individual portions, so it is a nice dish to have when you are serving a big group. I made two 8×8 pans full. Will make again soon! Thank you for the recipe, very simple and not too overwhelming for a weeknight family dinner. We loved it! Thanks! I was a bit shy on the seasoning – but that’s my fault. It holds up well and then I have it ready for a weeknight when I don’t have as much time! Baked Dried? Using a spoon, hold a shell and fill it with some of the ricotta … Thank you so much for posting and I wish you and yours a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!! Thanks so much, Antheleas! Easy and delicious. If so, for how long should I bake? We made it two weeks in a row! Before you envy my parents having a child content to munch on spinach, sweet potatoes, peas, tomatoes, or other fresh produce procured in our family vegetable garden, they also lived through my angst-filled adolescent years, and I’m sure they’ll remind you that it all evens out in the end. I’ve made these numerous times since I first found the recipe on Pinterest a while back. Thanks for sharing! Great recipe — I have made it many times. I am making this for a party Saturday night. So be sure you plan accordingly. I made it for dinner today and it came out amazing. Hope that helps! OH NO!! All I can say is ‘YUM!” I found this recipe on Pinterest and my husband and I absolutely loved it! It really didn’t take long to make so it is good for a week day meal and we will eat leftovers tomorrow night for dinner. So easy and yet so good. Family-styled dinner that you can batch make and have all week as leftovers! I must try it! Wondering if this freezes well and if so what the reheating/cooking instructions would be? This is such a great meal!! Everyone absolutely loved it. I really recommend doing it . So happy this recipe is a hit . The result is a healthy and hearty baked pasta dish that makes for a crowd-pleasing vegetarian meal. Thanks, Anastasia! So happy this could be a little part of your celebrations this year . It has become a real family favorite. Fill each shell with 1-2 tablespoons of the cheese mixture. Me and my husband loved this recipe. I only changed the mozz and sub’d in pearl fresh mozz, 8 oz pouch. Making it today for my bookclub! Green beans, sala, carrots? Side note that you’d never know from the taste that it’s skim everything – so nice & creamy! The green color of the vegetables and the red color of the marinara sauce are so appetizing. Yes, you could absolutely add ground beef, just be sure it’s fully cooked and slightly cooled before adding it to the filling/shells. Hi, Gabrielle! If no egg is used you will taste a difference and may need to cook it longer. I got RAVE reviews on these shells! I made my own marinara sauce, used frozen spinach, and sprinkled the leftover mozzarella on top, with a quick broil at the end. Love this rceipe either way. I’d bet money even your pickiest eaters will ask for seconds. I substituted chopped kale for the spinach and used bechamel instead of marinara-delicious. Wishing you all a merry, merry Christmas!! I squished the spinached into the sauce between the shells and baked it according to the directions. Made recipe as directed, except I added a little more mozzarella on top rather than Parmesan. Just cover tightly and refrigerate. So glad I found it online and it will be a family recipe for life! Love the fresh rosemary! My husband, who grew up in Baltimore, said it tasted just like what you get in little Italy. Do you have to boil the pasta before baking it? <3. Hi Debra! Then the anticipation of this bothered me a little, I hate to wait as I am a fast food guy. Five solid stars! Try making a double or triple batch. That is such a sweet compliment! Loved the simplicity of your recipe. Took to heart your comments about the shells being delicate and treated them gently. Lightens it and busts up chunks. Can I use it? Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. These were delicious! I want to use a healthier type like chicken sausage. I ended up with a creamy stuffing because I didn’t read the recipe closely enough. Can the shells be made one day ahead of time and baked the following day. Hi, Brittani – You bake these at 375 degrees F. (see recipe directions above). It had a more intense flavor first bite, but quickly followed by the creamy ricotta. Glad I did. Easy and delicious recipe. This is a favourite in our house. She has two recipes for marinara but it is the same recipe but halved. I used manicotti instead of shells. Thanks so much, Trish!! Thanks much. Or any recommendations for adjusting cooking time/temp? Thank you, Joe!! Great recipe. But I do not want the egg, can I use cream cheese as a binder instead? I made this a few nights ago! Hi Casey! So happy to hear it’s a family fave . Such a nice dish! It still turned out great and my girlfriend had heart eyes all dinner long. If a salad,,,what kind of salad?? I’d be curious to know how it turns out if you try! Debbie, I think the sauce is more of a preference. Easy and outstandingly delicious! The can be served with a side of meat sauce for us and plain sauce for our two guests. Hope you enjoy the finished dish!! This bumped the bake time to 40 mins at 400 degrees. You’re not saying what kind of marinara sauce you used so how’s everybody saying this is so good if you don’t know what sauce is being used…. These were super yummy. I usually pair these shells with a big green salad, with whatever fresh veggies I have on hand to throw in. Could you substitute the spinach for kale and mushroom instead? Thanks so much, Jenni! What could have made this better? A lady in line at the grocery became invious when she saw my ingredients. Cover the pan tightly with foil. In this spinach and ricotta stuffed shells recipe, we combine quick sauteed spinach with creamy ricotta and mozzarella cheeses, all tucked in to extra-large pasta shells and baked to bubbly goodness. So happy to hear you enjoyed my stuffed shells!! Very good…big hit. Even my 3 year old loved them! If I were to freeze it, would it be best to freeze before or after baking? Omg so much better than pre shredded mozzarella, it has so much moisture! Thank you so much, Carola!! I made this for dinner tonight and it was so good! I’ve been making it for years and it is always a hit! I didn’t have mozzarella so used cheddar, still incredible! It was super easy to make. Put a little sauce in the bottom of a large, rectangular baking tray (you will probably need another tray, too). Crap. Thank you! These were amazing!! Does this freeze well? Mix together all the ingredients for the stuffing and with a small spoon or a piping bag, stuff the pasta with the filling. I couldn’t find large shells so I used small ones and it ended up making enough for 2 dishes. Hope that helps, and that you and your guests love the recipe! Thanks, Rachel! Tried this tonight.. my husband had 5 shells! I had a hard time fitting 16 shells in an 8×8 baking dish. I hope that helps at least a little bit! Yes, it’s true that traditional Parmigiano-Reggiano is not vegetarian, but you can find parmesan cheese made without animal rennet if you’re making it for a vegetarian crowd . I make these all the time in my house my husband, my children myself anyone I’ve ever made these for have been obsessed!!!! The really great part is how easy it is to put together ahead of time, have everything cleaned up and just pop in the oven before all ready to go. Making this recipe? All that gooey cheese. There are only a few things in this world more comforting than a carb-tastic pasta dinner like stuffed shells with vegan ricotta and pasta sauce. Totally worth turning on th, In case it’s a thousand degrees where you live t. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Cook the pasta al dente, according to package directions. I don’t understand the following: “The spinach should be reduced by half.” The amount? (I maybe could have squeezed 2-3 more shells in there.) A yummy way to get lots of veggies into our system <3, So delicious! Or is it better to just leave out the egg and proceed with the recipe? Thank you, Amanda! All that being said it is a great recipe, so easy to make ahead and refrigerate, then put into cook just before serving. Step 6: Top the shells with the remaining marinara sauce. Delicious!! Although, I would slate over an hour for this recipe, prep is a little more time consuming. Unfortunately I burned the fresh garlic so we had to use garlic powder the second go round. My family absolutely LOVES this recipe. I usually can never find recipes with enough flavor but this was delicious and even better the next day. I haven't made them in so long…I will have to correct this and try your recipe! I’m actually not a big ricotta fan, but the additional ingredients give it a much more palatable texture for me to enjoy! I usually recommend freezing beforehand. Thanks, Beth! These classic stuffed shells are made with cooked pasta shells, a cheesy ricotta filling, a few Italian herbs, and plenty of marinara! I have made this a few times so far and it is excellent as written. If she just doesn’t like eggs, I promise you she will never notice. I’m thinking of cooking it in a pan with a little onion before adding it to the mixture. This recipe was amazing! I'm Sommer Collier... Travel Enthusiast, and the Resident Cookery Queen of A Spicy Perspective. Oh no! Made your recipe to the letter, AWESOME ! I will definitely make this again. I added ground meat to these- ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC! That says A LOT! FABULOUS recipe. Thank you for sharing this! can of tomato sauce and spiced it with 2 T olive oil, 2 tsp garlic, 1 T of italian seasoning, 1 T parsley flakes, 1/2 tsp oregano, 1/2 tsp thyme, salt and pepper stir and cook. Came together quickly. Love the recipe, but in order for it to be vegetarian you need to leave out the Parmesan Cheese. You said they could be frozen, any idea on heating instructions after being frozen? Trying to figure out the best time to make this. They really had fun doing it and it was DELICIOUS!!! I have made this a second time today absolutely the best comfort food ! Delilah!! Very good. It would probably work fine, but I bet fresh spinach would taste better! Drain and run under cold water. Any thoughts on this? Is it ok to bake cream cheese for that long? Have you ever made ahead of time and froze? Great recipe and easy to do! I plan on making this again using the same recipe for my family! I follow it to a T and comes out perfect every time! I’d just be sure to cut the broccoli pretty small. I was wondering if I could sub broccoli for spinach? Plan to make this dish, looks delicious. The whole family loved these! My cousin isn’t a big green person and my husband is a big meat eater. So good, and leftovers taste just as great! Thank you! These were full of flavor and so delicious, and also easy to make. And of course homegrown tomatoes and some very good red wine! I had wanted a recipe that would help use the large tub of spinach I frequently buy at Sam’s Club and this recipe was just the ticket. I moved to a 9 by 11 dish to get all 16 in and added moz and park on top. Would it be possible to freeze these for later use? Freezing the rest of it for another meal. As weir, If your thanksgiving looks a little (or a lot) dif, The day after Halloween means it’s basically Chr, Of all the silly food holidays, #nationalsmoresday, If you’ve ever grown cherry tomatoes, at some po, More peach love because I just can't get enough th, Brown sugar peach pie. It was definitely a winner with the family. In a medium bowl, stir together ricotta, pumpkin, Parmesan, and spices. Instead of marinara I made my regular lasagna sauce which includes ground beef and some ground mild Italian sausage. Lately I’ve been loving big spinach salads with fresh cherry tomatoes, diced red onion, kalamata olives, cucumber, avocado, pine nuts (or almonds) and a liberal amount of goat cheese (or feta), which has a really fresh, summery/Mediterranean vibe that would be really good with the shells. 5 Stars!!! You can also fill the shells and freeze them before adding the sauce/cheese, which makes them a little more flexible for different sized portions. Keep the recipes coming, they’re wonderful! Want to service spinach & ricotta stuffed shells for dinner party…but what do I serve with it?? No, no! In need of some classic comfort food like this!! Nothing wrong with extra cheese! Reserve 1 Tablespoon Parmesan for topping. All Rights Reserved. That doesn’t always happen for me, either too much or too little. So happy to hear that , Made this for a Christmas party last night. Awesome recipe Laura, perfect for a college student to make and keep in the fridge! ❤️. Not sure what to do…. I'm going to try this home made sauce next time – it sounds great! Have used this recipe so many times and never fails me . there has to be some fake reviews in this the recipe without stating how to make marinara sauce, This was absolutely amazing! Hi Laura – I’m having a neighborhood party in a few weeks. Inside of using bottle sauce, yuck, I made Giada’s marinara sauce. Help . So good and super easy to make! I will make this dish again and again, its that good!! Stuffed Shells are simple. My meat-loving husband also loves these stuffed shells . I am hoping to make this tonight but I have one question please. Cheesy stuffed shells are the best!!! Although your recipe was perfect on its own, I tend to add things and change things up (slightly) while I’m in the middle of cooking. *never thought to add an egg to my cheese mixture *I’m the main cook. A comforting dish you'll serve again and again! Hi, Samantha! We loved the fresh basil in these. Oh my – absolutely delicious and very easy to make. I’ve made stuffed shells before…and this recipe is perfect! Followed recipe exactly. I usually make a double batch and freeze part of the mixture. Hi! Prep the pasta: Preheat the oven to 400F. You’ll end up using the full amount you start with… Hope that helps! Do you have the nutritional value and calories for this dish? I don’t usually comment on things like this, but I just had to mention that these were amazing! I make these once a week now. I told my 4yr old very picky eater that it was Santa’s favourite meal. While the pasta is cooking, combine cheeses, egg, parsley, and basil in a bowl until well mixed. I made this for my boyfriend and he loved it. I made these for a tough crowd on New Year’s Eve this past year for a progressive dinner, the main course being at our home. Assemble the Stuffed Shells Now you are ready to assemble the stuffed shells. They remind me of good home cookin'. I would like to add ground turkey to this… can I add it into the cheese mixture without ruining them? Stuff the shells with the meat and cheese filling. If she is allergic, simply omit the egg and continue with the rest of the recipe – no water needed. I will have two trays on the sternos and of course I’m afraid of it drying out. Less expensive than buying the ready made and a lot tastier. I love how this recipe can be done on a weeknight and it turned out super delicious. I can’t read any comments, so I don’t know if this has been asked, but how do you think frozen spinach would work? I reckon I can get it all done and in oven and cleanup in dishwasher in 10! This is a winner– and freezes SO well. easy and tasty! Ones in the oven and the others in the freezer. I bet the shells are incredible with the homemade ricotta! I substituted the marinara sauce with meat sauce I had from spaghetti I made last night and it was unbelievably incredible! You’ll still cook the pasta shells al dente (in step one), then stuff them with the filling, cover with sauce, and bake until the cheese is melted and the shells are cooked through. Thanks, Valentina! Thanks, Maryam! Bake until bubbly and golden, about 25 minutes. Great recipe for one of my favorites growing up!! Oh, I’m so happy to hear I could convert you Thanks, Kari!! It’s blizzard-ing outside right now and this is baking in the oven-fingers crossed the power doesn’t go out for at least 20 minutes so it can bake all the way! Even the (very) carnivorous males loved them and were satisfied, I made this for Sunday dinner and everyone really liked it. It was great to be able to make these up the evening before and we set our oven to come on while we were having appetizers at House #1 on our dinner tour. It makes me so happy when I try a new recipe and it turns out even better then expected. I’m thinking of getting a healthier type of sausage such as chicken sausage. So happy to hear that, Charlotte!! These look amazing! For the meat eaters I put a couple of bags of Trader Joe’s Italian style meatballs in the crockpot with more of the marina sauce in the morning. I especially love anything that I can make ahead of time and just pop in the oven when I need it. I’m sure our guests will truly enjoy this meal. I’m having my “guy’s” vegetarian daughter and her friend over for dinner. Let me know how it turns out! People raved about how delicious it was. xoxo. Lay the shells on top of the tomato sauce and top with the cream cheese sauce and torn … Thank you for your recipe!!!!!!!! You only need to boil the shells for only a few minutes. That makes any dish even better. Oh, I love this!! So happy they’re such a hit! I sometimes do in lasagna so was wondering if it would work in these. Is it that she doesn’t like eggs? I will follow this blog more often. There is no way you can put this together in 15 min unless you have all of the ingredients out and measured, chopped and ready to go. I need to transport it and heat it back up on the sternos for a 7pm party and we plan on leaving the house around 3PM. Love that you use fresh spinach, not frozen. Suggestions on that if you have? I’m definitely going to try this one, but what would you recommend on the side? . Dang, these were awesome! Enjoy! Super easy, they’re in the oven right now! Very yummy!! We are garlic lovers too, can never really add too much Thanks, Emily!! They’ll take a little bit longer to cook from frozen, probably more like 35-40 minutes. HELP!! Mix the ricotta, parmesan, egg, parsley, rosemary, salt, pepper, nutmeg, and crushed red pepper together in a medium bowl. Whoops, so many typos! Or should I use egg replacer? I’ll make this agin for sure! Your email address will not be published. I didn’t precook the shells either. 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