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Quick and easy Spicy Shrimp Stuffed Peppers jumpstarted with a Michael Angelo's Meal Starter. Learn how to take a classic Italian style meal on a south of the border road trip!
I have been so busy lately. Work just seems to keep piling up—it's like I take two steps forward, one step back.
I never feel like I can accomplish everything that I want to in a day. Between family, the house, and pets all on top of all the work-work I have to do the day is WAY too short.
I try to prioritize my day which often means I literally don't have the time to be cooking a fancy meal. That's not to say we don't eat well because we do.
Meals just have to take 30 minutes or less, otherwise, I just can't pull it off on a weeknight.
One of my favorite weeknight meals is Spicy Shrimp Stuffed Peppers [Mexican-Style!]. It's just my style—tasy and quick with a kick!
Spicy Shrimp Stuffed Peppers [Mexican-Style!]
As a very busy parent, I need meals that are simple, quick, and realistically doable on a hectic weeknight. That's why I'm loving my new friends at Michael Angelo's—they offer all that and more.
Their frozen food line includes everything from single serve to family size, calzones to meal starters. All with a homemade taste and ingredients that you can actually pronounce.
They are conveniently located in the Walmart freezer section.
For this recipe, I jumpstarted my meal with Michael Angelo's Spicy Shrimp Scampi Meal Starter. It makes this meal pop, featuring tender shrimp in a yummy spicy marinara sauce.
This meal is made nice and quick with the help of the microwave. I love that invention, don't you?!
I kept Michael Angelo's wholesome, simple ingredients with no artificial preservatives, flavors or colors intact—I just added some Mexican spices. It turned out great!
My grandfather loves this meal. I think it reminds him of the good old days where everything was homecooked and tasted like it—just like Michael Angelo's!
Goes great with garlic bread or a fresh salad!
Try these Spicy Shrimp Stuffed Peppers today! They will have you eating a rewarding, quick meal—like you spent hours cooking but didn't.
Also, these guys are freezer friendly!
Do everything the same except skip microwaving the peppers. Individually wrap the stuffed, raw peppers in foil or with another freezer safe method.
Thaw in the refrigerator. Cook at 400 degrees for about 30 minutes. Yum!