Spinach Alfredo Stuffed Pasta Shells

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins

This is my spinach casserole doubled for stuffing shells. The Alfredo tastes great mixed with it! I am guessing on the servings because you may lose some shells from breaking while cooking. The remaining mixture freezes well before baking. BTW, we usually add a little more garlic powder for our taste.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat olive oil in skillet.
  2. Cut turkey bacon in half lengthwise, then start snipping every 1/2".
  3. Add onion, bacon, garlic powder and blackened redfish seasoning to oil.
  4. Cook until onion is tender (4 minutes).
  5. Add spinach and mix well.
  6. Remove from heat.
  7. Add bread crumbs and cheese and mix very well.
  8. Add as much Alfredo as you like to the mixture (reserve some for topping).
  9. Stuff Pasta shells and place in greased 9x13 pan.
  10. After all stuffed, drizzle remaining Alfredo over shells.
  11. Bake at 350 degrees until heated through.
  12. (The remaining mixture can be frozen before baking).


Most Helpful

I made the whole recipe and put it into 2--8 inch square baking dishes. Put one in the freezer for later and served one. This has a great smooth, creamy texture and tasts great. I served a mixed green salad with it. Thanks Stephanie! This is good!!

MizzNezz April 01, 2003

I used this recipe as a starter a couple of weeks ago and OMG!! My family absolutely loved it. I omitted the bacon (personal taste) and I only used 1 bag of spinach. I replaced the other bag with 1 pound of ground beef which I seasoned with Tastefully Simple's Garlic Garlic seasoning. These shells were absolutely amazing with the alfredo sauce. Thanks for a TERRIFIC base recipe.

Jenbria1004 January 23, 2010

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