Shrimp Campanelle Salad Recipe–Vote for Me :)

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I enjoy creating new recipes, so I was super excited when Jen at Balancing Beauty and Bedlam asked me to create a dish for the Philadelphia Cooking Creme Virtual Barbecue she’s hosting today. With summer coming, I knew that I wanted to create a dish with shrimp. Other than burgers on the grill, seafood really reminds me of summer fun.

I also knew that I wanted to create a cold pasta salad and when I found this beautiful flute-shaped campanelle pasta, I just had to use it in the recipe. Doesn’t the delicate flower shape just make you want to eat it?

After trying all four of the Philadelphia Cooking Creme flavors, we decided that the Italian Cheese and Herb was simply wonderful in combination with the shrimp.

If you’d like to try my newest creation, here’s the very simple recipe (super simple, but I promise you, it’s delish!):


Simple Shrimp Campanelle Salad Recipe

Simple Shrimp Campanelle Salad Recipe

A simple and delish dish from!


  • 1 16 ounce box campanelle pasta
  • 1 container Kraft Philadelphia Cooking Creme--Italian Cheese and Herb flavor
  • 1/2 pound medium cooked shrimp-- rinsed, peeled and deveined
  • 1 red bell pepper, diced
  • 2 green onion stalks, finely chopped


  1. Cook pasta according to package directions (Don't overcook, you want it al dente).
  2. Remove pan from heat and pour pasta into a collander to drain.
  3. Add Philadelphia Italian Herb Cooking Creme to the hot pan.
  4. Stir until the Cooking Creme thins and reaches a smooth consistency.
  5. Add pasta and shrimp to the pan and stir to coat evenly.
  6. Add peppers and green onions and mix well.
  7. Chill for 1-4 hours. Enjoy!


Come join our Virtual Summer BBQ, hosted by Balancing Beauty and Bedlam.

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Creamy Bacon and Tomato Potato Salad – Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures
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Philly Creamy Deviled Eggs – Smockity Frocks

and Shrimp Campanelle Salad – The Peaceful Mom (me!)

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  1. Juli says

    This looks scrumptious! I have never seen that pasta in our neck of the woods, but I will look for it next time at the grocery store.

  2. Jenny says

    This looks delicious. I will have to give it a try, sadly sans red pepper, though. Just can’t handle any kind of bell pepper.

  3. Linda Reese says

    This salad look yummy! I will be making this…I love shrimp salads!!
    Thanks for the recipe.

  4. Natalie says

    Looks delicious! I’ve never heard of Philadelphia Cooking Creams though I do use Philadephia Cream Cheese in a lot of cold dishes. I’ll have to look at the store and see if they sell it here.

  5. Alycia M says

    I’ve never seen that kind of pasta before. It looks like a flower bud, so cute! Looks like a winning recipe :)

  6. Kelly Loving says

    Looks awesome – hope and can find this “cute” pasta :) Otherwise may have to dig thru the stockpile for something…maybe some tri-color :)

  7. Christi says

    This sounds wonderful! We are scheduled for lots of hot weater this weekend. I think that this should be on my menu

  8. Cathy Bechtel says

    I love the idea of using campanelle pasta. Campanelle pasta always has the little flower shape, like lillies. I have used the Cream sauces before yet hadn’t thought of using in a salad recipe. Love the sauces, quick and easy to use and so tasty. Thanks for sharing the recipe, it looks so yummy.

  9. diane says

    yummmmmmy!! i don’t like shrimp, but my daughter does. I see another addition to her HS graduation party menu!! TYSM!

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