4 Reviews

We all really enjoyed this! I added 1/2 cup shredded parmesan cheese before bringing to the table. I did use my own spaghetti sauce though.

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Happy Harry #2 May 22, 2009

I wasn't sure if I would need so many pasta shells. Good thing I bought them all because it took me both boxes to find enough un-broken shells to assemble this recipe. Relatively time consuming but excellent for fulfilling those cravings without all the fat.

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kolleen1021 August 28, 2006

Wow this was really good! I added a bit more garlic and stuck with the cottage cheese. It was still very good and felt pretty healthy. Actually I used manicotti since that was all I had and it ended up splitting, so I made a pseudo-lasagna really. All in all, it was very good. Thanks!

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hippeastrum August 09, 2006

What a great recipe! I love stuffed shells and the fact that these are made low in fat is a bonus! These shells had such great flavor - I think the sauteing of the onions with the garlic and Italian seasoning really helps to bring out the flavors. The only changes I made were that I left out the mushrooms (personal preference) and I used the fat free ricotta instead of cottage cheeese. Thanks for the great recipe Kathy!

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Babs7 January 24, 2006
Stuffed Shells Florentine (low Fat)