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Sun-Dried Tomato, Basil & Spinach Tortellini in a super CREAMY Mozzarella Cheese sauce. Comfort food made in 30 minutes! #pasta #Italian

Sun-Dried Tomato, Basil & Spinach Tortellini in a super CREAMY Mozzarella Cheese sauce. Comfort food made in 30 minutes! No spinach. Use cheese, chicken or beef tortellini.

Spinach and Ricotta Stuffed Pasta Shells recipe - rich and hearty pasta dish that's easy to make! Jumbo pasta shells filled with creamy ricotta and spinach filling, topped with more cheese and baked on top of hearty red sauce.

Spinach and Ricotta Stuffed Pasta Shells recipe - rich and hearty pasta dish that's easy to make! Jumbo pasta shells filled with creamy ricotta and spinach filling, topped with more cheese and baked on top of hearty red sauce. by janna

Mexican Chipotle Beef Stuffed Peppers

Made with rice, corn and Mexican spices such as cumin, chipotle powder and oregano, this Mexican Chipotle Beef Stuffed Peppers recipe makes the perfect weeknight meal. Better yet, they also make great leftovers for lunch the next day.

5-Ingredient Oreo Cheesecake Cookies- They’re all cookie (think crispy edges and chewy center), but taste as smooth and creamy as cheesecake. They’re totally addicting!

golden Oreo Cheesecake Cookies- They’re all cookie (think crispy edges and chewy center), but taste as smooth and creamy as cheesecake. They’re totally addicting! Use golden oreos

Saint Louis Original Gooey Butter Cake recipe made from scratch! One of my FAVORITE cakes, and this recipe is the real deal! !

Saint Louis Original Gooey Butter Cake recipe made from scratch! One of my FAVORITE cakes, and this recipe is the real deal! Tastes Better From Scratch

Recipe for Old Fashion St. Louis Gooey Butter Cake - The cake was first made by accident in the 1930s by a St. Louis-area German American baker who was trying to make regular cake batter but reversed the proportions of sugar and flour, hence the Gooey Butter Cake was born!!

The cake was first made by accident in the by a St. Louis-area German American baker who was trying to make regular cake batter but reversed the proportions of sugar and flour, hence the Gooey Butter Cake was born!