Garlicky Creamy Alfredo Sauce; make no mistake, with this handy dandy sauce you and your family are in for a treat + more free time to spare!
I remember when, in an effort to get rit of some heavy cream prior to expiring, my Alfredo Sauce was born. Back then it was just a plain creamy-ish (at best) sauce, missing a few too many factors to even qualify as a good meal. I-will-be-honest!
However, a couple weeks ago I was determined to change the fate of my poorly invested Alfredo Sauce. While my family and I were eating at a restaurante and I noticed that all four kids had ordered pasta with Alfredo Sauce (again!). While most times I am too busy stuffing my face with bread and olive oil, this time it hit me hard… why don’t I make some Alfredo Sauce?
That’s when THIS garlicky and deliciously creamy Alfredo Sauce was born… only to confirm (what I already knew) that garlic makes everything better and cheeeeeese, oh cheese, you are the cherry on top!
Here is why I am glad I did…
Ever since I made this sauce, we’ve been eating it non-stop! I love it how this just make my life so much easier. As easy as boiling pasta. Seriously! Because that’s all I need to do with this handy dandy Alfredo Sauce.
Here is why I think you should…
This family favorite Alfredo Sauce will simplify dinner time. No chopping or mixing. No extra pots to clean or steps to count. Just boil some pasta and add in the sauce! Cut down dinner time by a fraction with this tasty, rich and creamy sauce in hand! Plus, everyone will love it 🙂
And that’s not all… this sauce will make any dish incredibly tasty! Try adding it to lasagna, pot pies and pizza!
I hope you like Alfredo Sauce because you and your family are in for a treat…
- 6 tbsp high quality butter, salted or unsalted
- 4 garlic cloves, minced
- 6 tbsp cream cheese
- 3 tbsp parmesan cheese, grated
- 1 cup heavy cream
- ½ cup milk
- salt and fresh ground pepper, to taste
- In a medium sauce pan melt the butter. Add all the remaining ingredients one by one, stirring in between to prevent the sauce from clumping.
- Cook sauce for about 10 minutes. Serve over your favorite pasta. Refrigerate remaining sauce in a jar for up to one week