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Never-ending stuffed pastas are back at Olive Garden for a limited time

Posted at 4:00 PM, Jan 29, 2020

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Keto fans and anyone watching your carbs: Look away. Pasta lovers, however, should get ready for some great news.

Olive Garden is once again taking its never-ending pasta deal to the next level, bringing back never-ending stuffed pasta for the second year in a row.

After hitting menus for the first time in January 2019, the never-ending stuffed pasta is back for a limited time — and now it includes two new stuffed pastas and a new appetizer.

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Starting at $11.99, you can choose from three pastas, four sauces and four toppings. Pastas include cheese ravioli, new cheese stuffed shells and new stuffed ziti fritta, while sauces are alfredo, marinara, meat and five-cheese marinara.

For an additional charge, you can also add shrimp and scallops, chicken, meatballs or crispy shrimp fritta.

You can order a new dish each time you’re ready for more, so if your appetite is big enough, you can try all sorts of combinations. For example, you could start with cheese ravioli with alfredo sauce, then move on to cheese-stuffed shells with marinara, then end your feast with stuffed ziti fritta and meat sauce!

Olive Garden

Of course, all never-ending stuffed pasta entrees also include unlimited soup or salad and breadsticks. Try to take it easy on those, though, so you can enjoy more pasta!

You’ll also find a new stuffed ziti fritta appetizer on the menu — just in case the never-ending pasta isn’t enough. The ziti pasta appetizer is filled with five kinds of cheese, then fried crispy and served with alfredo and marinara dipping sauces.

Olive Garden

While Olive Garden doesn’t specify how long you can expect the never-ending stuffed pasta to be on the menu, it is for a limited time, so you’ll want to go as soon as you can.

What stuffed pasta and sauce combination will you be trying first?

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