Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells

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The ultimate fall comfort food, these vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed shells are cheesy, creamy, chewy, and garlicky. Made with a homemade vegan ricotta spread, pumpkin, and the best garlic béchamel sauce, you'll never put your fork down!
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 1 hr 5 mins
Total Time: 1 hr 15 mins
5 from 27 votes

The original title for this recipe was Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells with Creamy Garlic Béchamel Sauce. Once I said it aloud, I heard how ridiculous it sounded and realized I needed to work harder on coming up with succinct recipe titles.

In my defense, the original title is an incredibly accurate description of the recipe and it does sound incredibly delicious, which it is.

Regardless of the recipe name, let’s talk deets of what’s inside this recipe. This recipe is the ULTIMATE comfort food: it is cheesy, creamy, chewy, and garlicky, and is a must make during the fall/winter/holiday season!

	Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells

Why you’ll love these Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells

Fall comfort food: Giant pasta shells get stuffed in a cheesy pumpkin filling, topped with a creamy white sauce, and then baked in the oven. It’s the epitome of comfort food for cold weather and pumpkin season!

Texture, texture, texture! The contrast of the chewy baked shells with the creamy filling and sauce is so good you won’t be able to put your fork down!

Crowd pleasing holiday dish. I have made this for two Thanksgiving dinners, one Christmas dinner, and one fall dinner party, and this dish is always a hit. It usually gets the “I can’t believe this is vegan” line, and according to many of you, the results are the exact same in your homes :)

Surprisingly easy. Despite this being a crowd pleasing and impressive dish fancy enough for the holidays, it’s actually quite easy to assemble and make. If you watch the video down below or on Youtube, you’ll be able to see that it’s really easy and doesn’t require any special cooking skills.

Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells

Watch! How to make Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells.

Ingredients + Methods for this Recipe

Jumbo Pasta Shells

You can find jumbo pasta shells at many grocery stores (though not all). I’ve found them at Whole Foods, Vons, and Ralphs, as well as stores like Target and Walmart. The large shell size, in combination with the decadent filling and sauce, mean that just a few shells will satisfy your cravings!

Cook the shells in a large pot of salted boiling water until just al dente. When the shells are done cooking, drain them and toss them with a bit of olive oil to prevent sticking and drying out.

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Pumpkin Ricotta Filling

This filling is so tasty yet so easy to make and comes together in less than 10 minutes. It starts with my homemade vegan tofu ricotta cheese. I use a variation of this cheeze in a number of my recipes, from lasagna to savory tarts.

The tofu ricotta requires extra firm tofu, nutritional yeast, and a few dried herbs and seasonings to achieve the traditional texture of traditional ricotta. The nice thing about it is you don’t have to press the tofu – you just need to pat dry excess water before crumbling it up. The other nice thing is that the food processor does all the work for you. All you do is add the ingredients to a food processor and pulse repeatedly until slightly smooth but still a little chunky.

Traditional ricotta is fairly bland in taste, but my vegan version is so flavorful that you’ll want to eat it on its own! (many readers do just this).

Then, the tofu ricotta gets folded into a pumpkin filling, which features canned pumpkin purée, freshly grated nutmeg, salt, pepper, and vegan parmesan cheese for that extra cheesy goodness. The pumpkin and nutmeg bring a slightly sweet and slightly earthy flair that is irresistible! The slightly sweet yet spicy aroma of freshly grated nutmeg will truly delight your taste buds, so please don’t skip this step!

Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells

Garlic Béchamel Sauce

The final component of this delicious dish is the creamy garlic white sauce. I’ve made my fair share of plant-based white sauces, and this recipe is by far my favorite. It’s so creamy and flavorful that you can eat it by the spoon. You know a dish is going to be amazing when you can eat two of the components by the spoon.

Start off by cooking some onions in extra virgin olive oil until nicely softened and lightly browned, then add the garlic until very fragrant. The cooked onions and garlic are what take this sauce from an ordinary Béchamel sauce to an extremely flavorful, garlicky Béchamel sauce. After they are done cooking, you’ll add all-purpose flour and stir to incorporate, similar to making a roux.

And then to make this white sauce super creamy without using dairy-based milk or cream, I use canned “lite” coconut milk. It’s creamy enough to make this sauce luxurious and decadent, but light enough that the sauce won’t turn out too heavy or thick. The flour will help thicken the sauce very quickly, and it should take just 2 minutes.

Transfer the sauce to a blender, add salt and pepper, and blend until smooth and creamy! Keep in mind that if you taste this sauce before blending, it will taste quite coconutty. But, once you add the salt and pepper and blend it up in a blender until creamy, I promise it loses that coconut taste!

Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells

To assemble the dish, pour about 1/2 cup of the Béchamel sauce onto the bottom of a 13×9-inch (33×23 cm) rectangular pan (a 3 liter pan).

Stuff 1 to 2 tablespoons of the pumpkin ricotta filling into each jumbo shell. Arrange the stuffed shells on top of the sauce. Then drizzle the remaining sauce on top of the shells. Finally, scatter some chopped sage leaves on top for that earthy, woodsy perfect-for-fall flavor!

Bake in the oven at 350°F (or 175°C) for 25 minutes until the shells are lightly golden!

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Tips for Making Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells

Cook the pasta in well-salted boiling water until just al dente. I always recommend cooking pasta in well-salted water because that’s what will bring some flavor to the pasta. Obviously, the filling and sauce will have lots of flavor, but you want every little bite to be well seasoned, even the parts of the pasta that don’t have filling.

Also, don’t cook the shells past the al dente stage – they should still have a bit of bite to them. Since the stuffed shells will get baked in the oven for a bit, you definitely don’t want them to be too soft, or else the end dish could be a bit mushy.

Use freshly grated nutmeg. I know I sound like a bougie food snob channeling her inner Ina Garten when I say this, but freshly grated nutmeg really does make a big difference and adds so much more depth and intensity of flavor compared to pre-ground nutmeg. Plus, fresh nutmeg pods have an excellent shelf life when stored properly, about 3-4 years, so it’s an inexpensive purchase compared to ground nutmeg, which will lose its potency much quicker.

The key to the Garlic Béchamel sauce is allowing the onions to cook down in the olive oil until softened and lightly browned. It adds so much rich flavor and notes of umami.

Don’t overbake the stuffed shells. The shells will start to dry out if they’re baked too long, so keep an eye on them and use an oven thermometer if you have one!

For serving options, since this dish is so creamy and indulgent, I prefer to serve it as a side dish as opposed to a main course. But, it’s also so delicious that many people prefer it as a main dish. However you serve it, I guarantee that your guests will never know it’s vegan and/or will be very pleased.

Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells

How to make this recipe ahead of time

You can make the tofu ricotta several days in advance, and the pumpkin ricotta filling 1-2 days in advance. You can also make the garlic Béchamel sauce several days in advance.

Then, on the day of serving, you can (1) cook the shells, (2) stuff the shells with the pumpkin ricotta filling, and (3) bake the dish.

To reduce cooking time on the day of, you can even stuff the shells, arrange them in the baking pan, and store covered in the fridge for up to one day. Then, bring to room temperature before baking in the oven for 25 minutes.

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How to make homemade pumpkin puree

If you can’t find canned pumpkin puree, you can make your own pumpkin puree using fresh pumpkin!

  1. Preheat the oven to 400°F/205°C.

  2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

  3. Cut the pumpkin in half, from stem to end, using a rocking motion as you rotate the pumpkin. You’ll need a very sharp large knife. If it’s still too difficult to cut, pop the whole pumpkin in the microwave for 1 minute. Try again, and if you’re still not able to cut it, microwave for another 30 to 60 seconds.

  4. When you’ve sliced the pumpkin, pull the halves apart – they should separate at the stem. Use a large spoon to scoop out the seeds and as much of the stringy bits you can.

  5. Lightly sprinkle the flesh with kosher salt. Place the pumpkin halves, cut side down, on the lined baking sheet.

  6. Bake pumpkin until the flesh is tender and the skin is pulling away from the flesh, 40-45 minutes (dependent on size).

  7. Once the pumpkin is cool enough to handle, scoop out the flesh into a food processor and blend until very smooth, about 3 to 4 minutes.

  8. Store in the fridge in an airtight container for 5 to 7 days, or you can freeze it for several months.

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Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells

5 from 27 votes
The ultimate fall comfort food, these vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed shells are cheesy, creamy, chewy, and garlicky. Made with a homemade vegan ricotta spread, pumpkin, and the best garlic béchamel sauce, you'll never put your fork down!
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 1 hr 5 mins
Total Time: 1 hr 15 mins
Course: Dinner, Side Dish
Cuisine: Italian-Inspired, New American
Diet Vegan
Keyword: nut-free, pasta, pumpkin, ricotta, stuffed shells
Serving size: 8


  • 24 to 28 jumbo pasta shells
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • Tofu Ricotta (recipe below)
  • 1 cup (240-250g) pumpkin purée (canned or homemade; see notes above on “how to make homemade pumpkin puree”)
  • 1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
  • Freshly cracked black pepper to taste
  • 1/2 cup (50-60g) vegan parmesan cheese* (optional)
  • Garlic Béchamel Sauce (recipe below)
  • 15 fresh sage leaves, sliced or torn up

Tofu Ricotta

  • 1 (14-ounce/400g) block of extra-firm tofu
  • 1/4 cup (20g) nutritional yeast
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 medium lemon, juiced and zested
  • 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes (optional)

Garlic Béchamel Sauce

  • 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 yellow onion, diced
  • 6 cloves garlic, minced
  • 4 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 1 (13.5 ounce/400 mL) can “lite” coconut milk**
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt
  • Freshly cracked black pepper to taste


  • Preheat the oven to 350°F (or 175°C). Lightly grease a 9×13-inch baking dish with olive oil.
  • Cook the pasta shells. Bring a large saucepan of water to a boil and generously salt the water. Add the jumbo pasta shells and cook according to the box instructions until just al dente (do not overcook!), then drain well.
  • Transfer the cooked pasta shells to a baking sheet and drizzle with the 1 tablespoon olive oil to prevent sticking and set aside.
  • While the pasta is cooking, prepare the Tofu Ricotta. Drain the block of tofu and dab away the excess water with some paper towels. Place the tofu, nutritional yeast, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, extra virgin olive oil, lemon zest, lemon juice, and crushed red pepper flakes (if using) in a food processor and pulse repeatedly until the texture is smooth but still a little chunky, similar to the texture of ricotta cheese.
  • Make the pumpkin ricotta filling. In a large bowl, combine the Tofu Ricotta, pumpkin purée, nutmeg, 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt, black pepper to taste, and vegan parmesan cheese (if using). Fold the ingredients together using a silicone spatula. Taste the filling and adjust the seasonings accordingly, adding more salt, pepper, or nutmeg as needed. Spoon 1-2 tablespoons of the filling into each jumbo pasta shell, and set aside.
  • Make the Garlic Béchamel Sauce. Heat a large frying pan over medium heat and add the 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil. Once the oil is hot, add onion and season with a pinch of salt. Cook for 6-7 minutes, or until the onion is softened and lightly browned. Add the garlic and cook for 1 to 2 minutes, stirring frequently to prevent burning. Reduce the heat to medium-low and add the flour, whisking constantly for a minute until well incorporated. Gradually pour in the lite coconut milk in stages, whisking after each addition to prevent clumps, and then cook for 2 minutes until the sauce has thickened.
  • Transfer the sauce to a blender and add the 1 teaspoon kosher salt and black pepper to taste. Blend until the sauce is smooth and creamy. Taste the sauce for seasonings, adding more salt or pepper as desired.
  • Assemble the dish. Pour 1/2 cup of the Garlic Béchamel Sauce in the prepared baking dish. Arrange the stuffed jumbo shells on top of the sauce. Pour the remaining sauce on top of the shells. Scatter the chopped fresh sage leaves on top of the sauce. Bake the stuffed shells for 25 minutes, or until the pasta shells are lightly golden. Serve warm.


* The vegan parmesan cheeses I’ve used are Follow Your Heart shredded parmesan and Violife vegan parmesan wedge.
** To make your own “lite” coconut milk, mix together 1 part full-fat canned coconut milk with 2 parts water, stir together until well combined. Then measure out 13.5 ounces (400 mL).

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62 comments on Vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells

  1. Nabil

    This recipe seems heavenly and I am keen to make it. I live in Jordan and the only Tofu available here is Silken Tofu. Does any one know if the extra firm Silkrn Tofu would work for the filling?

  2. Anh Nguyen

    Can you use homemade postman parmesan cheese? Like from raw cashew, nutritional yeast etc? Or would that not taste quite the same?

    1. Anh Nguyen

      Typo. Parmesan cheese, not postman.

  3. Kathy

    This is so delicious! My non-vegan family loved it! The sauce is incredible. Would this sauce work well for scalloped potatoes?

  4. Deni Pisani

    Excellent – both the dish and the explanation.
    I added toasted pine nuts to the stuffing for a bit of texture and flavour.
    So good.

  5. san

    Ok so the ricotta is a game changer. Was just eating it with a spoon! I only had cannelloni so i used that. Also didn’t have plain butternut so I used leftover pumpkin mac and cheese sauce from the other post and mixed it in. It saved me time and was SO GOOD! Your recipes just don’t miss!

  6. Simone

    This is SO delicious. I didn’t have any pasta shells but I still wanted to try this recipe so I put it all together like a baked ziti and it was incredible! So tasty, comforting, and the flavors just work so well together. I’m very new to cooking for myself but this recipe was super do-able and turned out wonderfully.

  7. Robyn

    Such a great meal!
    I am not a big fan of pumpkin so I substituted it with butternut squash. It was so good! Cannot believe this ricotta.

  8. Diana D

    I just put this in the oven – I did half pumpkin and half spinach. All the components are delicious, but the bechamel sauce is really out of this world – after blending. Thank you for such delicious dishes, you are my new flavor mentor! I want to try palak paneer next, but all I have is firm tofu instead of extra firm. Can I use it, or should I wait until I can get extra firm? Thank you!

  9. SongMaker Dragon

    Hi, I love your channel on YouTube. So happy to have found you! 😄 Anyway… I have a very large can of Pumpkin Puree. Can I freeze the leftover pumpkin if I make this recipe?

    1. Nisha

      Thank you so much :) Yes, you can freeze pumpkin puree. this guide might help:

  10. Tara

    I made this for thanksgiving for three vegans and an omnivore and we all LOVED it! I’m making it again very soon bc I’ve been craving it ever since then. Thanks for another delicious recipe Nisha! ☺️

  11. Kayla

    Wow wow wow! Such an incredible recipe. Will definitely be making this again, so rich and delicious.

  12. Diana D

    Hi Nisha, I am so eager to make this recipe, it looks great! For the vegan ricotta can I use a stick blender or nutribulletbullet, or do I need a food processor necessarily? Thank you!

    1. Nisha

      Hi Diana, I’m glad you’re excited to try these pumpkin ricotta stuffed shells! A nutribullet should work well!

  13. LSloan

    I made these for Christmas Eve 2020 dinner—what a treat! They are labor-intensive, but easy. (I should have taken Nisha’s advice and recruited a helper!)

    My wife is a devoted carnivore, but she and her sister really enjoyed this vegan recipe.

  14. Gina Himes

    Decadent and delicious. I will be making this dish often. It was the perfect meal for a friend who cannot eat soft cheeses nor tomato sauces, but needed a comfort food pick me up! Your tofu ricotta has become a staple in my home for everything from cheesey dips to lasagna and baked ziti.

  15. Sravya

    every component of this dish was so so good alone, and together was just scrumptious! i can’t wait to make it again.

  16. Shuvya

    This was sooo good! Only change I would make next time is to add less nutritional yeast and make it less tart.

  17. Nora

    I’m obsessed with this recipe, and always make it for my non-vegan friends and family. This is a winner!

  18. Joel G.

    If I were to double the recipe to make two full baking dishes, how long would I bake both in the oven at the same time for? Excited to try this.

    1. rainbowplantlife

      Hi Joel, do you have two separate baking pans? If you do, just put them on two separate racks in the oven and bake for the time indicated in the recipe. Should work just fine!

  19. Dorsa Fahami

    Made this for thanksgiving. Was a hit for vegans and non vegans alike!

  20. Lyndsie T

    Life changing! Honestly one of the best dishes I’ve made this year and I make at least 2 new recipes a week <3

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  22. Alex

    Would anyone happen to know the nutritional information for this dish?I loved it!!

  23. Mel

    This can totally be made gluten free for my celiac or gluten intolerant brothers and sisters out there! Made these with Jovial gluten free manicotti and they were amazing! I also used bobs red mill gluten free flour for the béchamel, but only used 3 tbs and I had to add 1/4 cup of pasta water to thin the sauce. Will probably just add 2 tbs next time. Can’t wait to make these for the holidays this year! Was perfect for a chilly, October night. Thank you!

  24. Yanet Mantilla

    O M G…I’ve died and gone to pumpkin heaven! There’s not enough amazing things I can say about this dish! It satisfied every tastebud fantasy! It’s savory, creamy and pasta wonderland. Who would’ve thought plant based ricotta is better than the real thing! I’m excited to try different variations of this dish and will be incorporating the beshamel sauce into other pasta dishes. There’s no doubt these shells will make an appearance on Thanksgiving! 🧡🔥🧡

  25. Maggie

    This was delicious and super simple! Stuffing the shells took a little bit more time than I anticipated, but overall was really accessible and super yummy.

  26. Amy

    I would like to make this for someone who is allergic to soy — any suggestions for a Tofu substitute?

    1. Martyna

      Whole Foods sells “Chickfu” which is tofu made out of chickpeas. That might work as a substitute for someone allergic to soy

    2. Cindy

      You can use soaked cashews as a tofu replacement, I would think.

  27. Haley

    This recipe is incredible!! I highly recommend that EVERYONE try it! It’s not difficult to make either, although it does take a few steps to get everything together. The garlic bechamel sauce is otherworldly–I kept eating it with a spoon until I remembered I still had to make the rest of the dish. The only thing I would suggest is taste the ricotta filling while you add the lemon zest–I think my lemon may have been a little bigger than normal and it did turn out probably a little more lemony than intended. Mine filled 24 shells total. I’m gonna be making this again many many many times.

  28. Jewel

    Loved this recipe, it’s definitely going to become a regular in our household. Also heats up really well and makes for excellent leftovers.

  29. Nita

    This was so delicious!!! I couldn’t get my hands on shells so I used no boil lasagna sheets and it was suburb! Also added in some thyme for a fall flavor. My whole family even the kiddos loved it paired with broccoli and some meatless meatballs!!!

  30. Kari

    Oh yes. Looking for what to do with the extra canned pumpkin I bought. I would like to cook it straight in the oven, but I did buy a lot of canned to make some quick desserts and stuff.

  31. Kate

    Hi there! Our grocery store seems to always be out of Extra firm tofu lately – think the “ricotta” would still turn out more or less okay with regular old firm?

  32. Cassandra

    I made this tonight and it was absolutely perfect! The perfect fall dish!

  33. Eve

    4 minutes to go. Tasting the individual components tells me that this dish is going to be awesome. Thank you!

  34. NT

    Hey… if I were to make this as a lasagna (I don’t always find jumbo shells where I am), would you think that I’d have to double the filling and béchamel? Or would it be enough? Cheers!

    1. Liz

      I just made this tonight and if I made this as a lasagna I would definitely double the béchamel sauce!

  35. Elizabeth

    This looks delicious! Can it be prepared (up until baking), then frozen?

  36. Abbey Britton

    I just popped this dish in the oven! I am so excited. I’m a new vegan and still learning. When I saw this recipe I couldn’t resist! I actually can’t have soy so I just took that out and it still tasty and has a good consistency. I can’t wait for my mom to try it.

  37. Liza

    I just made this for my non vegan family and it was SO good. They all loved it and recommended that we make it again for Christmas dinner.

  38. Sydney

    This is SO GOOD! Hearty and filling and cheesey and a lil crispy and oh so satisfying! You’re the best!

  39. margie

    I made this for Christmas dinner. It was absolutely FANTASTIC! Everyone–including meat eaters–thought it was great! I was never even asked if it was vegan!

    1. Nisha Vora

      So nice to hear that everyone loved it at Chistmas! Thank you so much for sharing, Margie! It’s amazing what delicious food can do to change people’s minds about vegan food :)

  40. Emily L.

    This sounds amazing!! If you are not vegan and wanted to use regular ricotta cheese would that alter the recipe in any way?

    1. Nisha Vora

      Hi Emily,
      Thank you! I have not tried it myself since I’ve been vegan for several years, but since a lot of traditional baked pasta recipes call for using dairy-based ricotta and baking it this way, I can’t imagine why it wouldn’t work!

  41. Veggiedoctor

    Is it ok to use full fat coconut milk and will the dish taste too coconut-y?

    1. Nisha Vora

      Hi there, the coconut taste cooks off as you cook the sauce, so I’ve never had a "coconutty" taste with this alfredo sauce. If you do use full-fat coconut milk, i would whisk the milk well and water it down a bit with some water so it’s not too thick (otherwise the sauce will be too thick). Hope that helps!

  42. Amber

    I just popped this in the oven…but using puréed spinach in lieu of pumpkin and whole wheat spaghetti (stuff I had on hand). It smells lovely. Your recipes are helping me transition a very heavy consuming family of meat/dairy and a suspicious (recovering colon cancer) husband and two little kids toward a more rainbow plate! Thank you!

  43. Leeann

    How many oz would you recommend for the pumpkin? I have about half of a large can of pumpkin left over from making scones and was thinking of using it for dinner.

    1. Nisha Vora

      Hi Leeann! Sorry for the delay, but it’s about 8 ounces! Hope that helps.

  44. Emily

    This was fantastic! I made it for Thanksgiving and it was a hit! Looking forward to making it again soon. It’s one of those dishes you can bring to any holiday event and no one would know it’s vegan.

    1. Nisha Vora

      Hi Emily! I am so happy it was a hit! I love how cozy and comforting it is and yes…no one can guess it’s vegan!

  45. Erin Waters

    I cannot thank you enough for this recipe!! I made it last night for a family get together and everyone in the room couldn’t get enough of it! It’s so rich and delicious, my family had no idea it was vegan!

    1. Nisha Vora

      Hi Erin! You are so very welcome for the recipe. I am so thrilled to hear it was a hit at your family get together. And yes, it’s one of those recipes that makes you stop and think "wow, vegan food is amazing!"

  46. Emily Mortenson

    Finally a creamy alfredo pasta dish that’s cashew free, thank you thank you! My youngest is allergic to cashews so this will be the perfect recipe to make this holiday for our family. I am so excited to try it!

    1. Nisha Vora

      Hey Emily! I am so glad that you found this recipe useful for you and your family. If you make it, let me know what you think!

  47. Samantha Waters

    This recipe has my name all over it! I love stuffed pasta, pumpkin, and garlic, so I am DEFINITELY making this for Thanksgiving! Thank you!!!

    1. Nisha Vora

      Haha yay! I hope you enjoy it for Thanksgiving this year! Stuffed pasta is such a comfort food that everyone will love :)

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