Creamy Garlic and Herb Chicken Stuffed Shells are creamy, cheesy, and absolutely irresistible!
This recipe is for all of you cheese and garlic lovers out there. And herb and chicken lovers. And pasta lovers. Okay, basically this recipe is for everyone. Who wouldn’t like jumbo shells stuffed with a cheesy, herb and chicken filling, topped with a creamy Alfredo sauce, and topped with more cheese?!
These Creamy Garlic and Herb Chicken Stuffed Shells are definitely a crowd pleaser, in my opinion! Whether you have a picky family to cook for or a big dinner party coming up, I think this recipe is exactly what you need.
This recipe does have a few steps to it, but none are too challenging. Let me break it down for you. First, cook the chicken and cook the pasta shells. While those are cooking, prepare the shell filling and the alfredo sauce. Oh and if you want to just use a jar of alfredo instead of make it, feel free! All there is left to do once these steps are done is assemble and bake.
One of the biggest tests of my recipes is whether or not my two year old will eat it or not. While it’s not exactly the BEST (or most accurate) test of how good a recipe is, I can always tell if it’s really good if he eats it. Guess what? This one got thumbs up all around the table.
These stuffed shells are best eaten with a big green salad and a loaf of garlic bread. At time I’ve thought, what’s the purpose of serving bread with pasta? It’s basically carbs on carbs. But then again, how are you going to get all of that delicious alfredo sauce off your plate if you don’t have a slice of bread to scoop it up with? So carbs on carbs it is!