Broccoli Alfredo Stuffed Shells

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 Creamy Broccoli Alfredo Stuffed Shells topped with melty parmesan cheese. An easy 30 minute family favorite meal for busy weeknights. 

Broccoli Alfredo Stuffed Shells

 I don’t know why, I’m just in a stuffing mood lately. Not turkey stuffing, although Thanksgiving is sneaking up on us pretty quick here. Gahhhh don’t talk about that, back to the non-holiday stuffing. I’ve been stuffing apples like a mad woman lately, no really, I may have a slight addiction. Thank heaven we’ve moved on to pasta right?

Broccoli Alfredo Stuffed Shells


I love the flavors of alfredo pasta and if you haven’t tried it with broccoli, you need to, it’s amazing. A little extra flavor, a little texture, not to mention the extra health benefits… just sayin.

Broccoli Alfredo Stuffed Shells

I’ve decided I really like this whole inside-out pasta idea. It’s a fun way to switch things up with traditional pasta flavors. This particular recipe is technically vegetarian, but feel free to throw some shredded chicken in the mix for an all-around family favorite dish!

Broccoli Alfredo Stuffed Shells

Broccoli Alfredo Stuffed Shells

Broccoli Alfredo Stuffed Shells

Creamy broccoli alfredo stuffed shells topped with melty parmesan cheese. An easy 30 minute family favorite meal for busy weeknights.
5 from 5 votes
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 4


  • 20 pasta shells, cooked al dente (til just tender) according to package's instructions
  • 3 cups alfredo sauce
  • 2 cups cooked broccoli florets
  • 1/2 cup mozzarella cheese
  • 1 cup shredded parmesan cheese, divided
  • optional: parsley


  • Preheat oven to 350. Spray a casserole dish with cooking spray. Spread 1 cup of alfredo sauce in the bottom of the dish.
  • In a large bowl combine remaining alfredo sauce, broccoli, mozzarella cheese, and 1/2 cup parmesan cheese. Stir until combined.
  • Spoon broccoli mixture into pasta shells. Place side by side in baking dish (it's okay if they're touching). Sprinkle remaining cheese over shells.
  • Bake for 15-20 minutes until heated through and cheese is melted. Sprinkle with chopped parsley if desired and serve.
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I am not a vegetarian by any means, but this looks AMAZING! However, my neighbor is a vegetarian and I really would LOVE to do something nice for her by making her dinner. So I was wondering if this is a freezer friendly meal? I mean could I make a huge batch for her dinner and then have some leftovers for her to freeze??

    Hi Shana! I haven’t frozen them myself but I think it would work great! You could probably do it a couple of ways. 1) you could make the whole dish (doubled even if you wanted a lot) and then she can simply freeze the leftovers. Or you could leave half of it disassembled and she could freeze the filling separate from noodles and cook the noodles fresh. 🙂

5 stars
My house has made this several times! It was even requested by my mother to be her birthday dinner. It is SO good and such an easy dinner.

5 stars

    Thanks, Jamie!

5 stars
My Boyfriend and i really loved this! we followed the recipe exactly. This OBVIOUSLY ISN’T a low calorie meal, but do you have an estimated calorie count?

    Hi Jessica! Super excited to hear that you two enjoyed this recipe! As far as the nutritional information goes… I recommend using MyFitnessPal. They have a great online (and free!) tool where you can input any recipe URL into and it will generate what you are looking for!

I’ve made this recipe many, many times now. Sometimes I add chicken or crushed res pepper flakes, but it is delicious just the way you wrote it. Thank you,thank you

    I love adding red pepper flakes to this one, too!!

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