Jeanne, that’s awesome, I’m so glad to hear it! I was pregnant with my son over 18 years ago and was blessed with a STRONG aversion to seafood. In a small saucepan, on low to medium heat, melt the butter. And no, it wasn’t my sister-in-law, Wendy’s or even my friend, Wendy’s because I have neither. UGH!!!! Kim!! (Don't use the cheese sold in a can, or the sauce will be grainy.). Just like on FB the other night when I said I would be eating home alone because everyone was out and I went to… WAIT FOR IT… yes, I went to…*sigh*…Wendy’s. I made the alfrado using the Gruyere cheese, then in a separate skillet sauted 4 chopped green onions, 1T crushed Note: I always pour olive oil over the garlic head before baking/roasting. You'll love this easy, Homemade Alfredo Sauce with Garlic! Place the pot over low heat and stir until the sauce is thickened further. One of the simplest sauces you’ll ever make. It’s made from scratch for us from now on, baby! I adapted this from my Fannie Farmer Cookbook, Thirteenth Edition. Cook … There's so much flavor here. Simply add this creamy, indulgent sauce to pasta for a quick and easy meal, or try it in recipes like our 3-Step Bowtie Alfredo with Sausage recipe on the jar! You have to try this Alfredo Pumpkin Pasta. Seriously excellent taste with this sauce and the bit of flour made it all hold together. Prego® Roasted Garlic Parmesan sauce is the perfect blend of butter, fresh cream and Parmesan cheese with the rich flavor of roasted garlic. Return to saucepan and stir in sauce, broth, black pepper and nutmeg; heat through. Your email address will not be published. hi, Lynne. Slice top off garlic head and wrap in foil. How can I do this? Gluten free. Remove papery outer skin from garlic (do not peel or separate cloves). The Best Roasted Garlic Alfredo Sauce We’ve Ever Eaten. Fresher is better, not processed, green bottle type stuff. We really love it, too and many times we’ve had it without the garlic and I think it tastes just as good!As a matter of fact, I’ll be using that in a recipe in the next few days. This post may contain affiliate links. Do you think if I served it over zoodles and ate salads for the rest of the week, I could have seconds? You'll love this easy, Homemade Alfredo Sauce with Garlic! Water, Cream, Parmesan Cheese (part-skim Milk, Cultures, Salt, Enzymes), Enzyme Modified Egg Yolks, Modified Food Starch, Soybean Oil, Butter (cream, Salt), Contains Less Than 2% Of: Salt, Romano Cheese (part-skim Cow's Milk, Cultures, Salt, Enzymes), Roasted Garlic, Sugar, Enzyme Modified Cheese Paste (granular And Parmesan Cheese [milk, Cultures, Salt, Enzymes], Water, Sodium … Made this tonight. Note that your sauce will take less time to come to a boil and thicken. But mothering is my first order of business. Annie, I used all-purpose flour and do throughout my recipes unless stated otherwise. If you love cheesy pasta dishes, check out my Linguine with Creamy Walnut Sauce, Italian Mac and Cheese, Cacio e Pepe or Penne alla Vodka with Bacon. Thanks, Veena! You cringe at your son eating processed Alfredo sauce and at the bottom of this page is an ad to buy processed Alfredo sauce. Ugh. Then, we ate diet food for the rest of the day. "Well, you don't have homemade Alfredo sauce on your blog!" Well, look what Mamma's got now. I feel REALLY bad about admitting this, but I’d run out and I certainly wasn’t going to head back out to the store for the second (or maybe it would have been the third) time that day… But I used…*GASP* the Parmesan cheese from the green plastic bottle!!!!!!!! When my kids need me, I'll drop everything. I hope your family loves this! Thx. Delicious. Especially since they don't live at home anymore. Let it cook for 30 seconds, being careful not to let the garlic burn. So, I finally bit the bullet and went for the cream. . 1. It was that fast food joint. Prego® Roasted Garlic Parmesan sauce is the perfect blend of butter, fresh cream and Parmesan cheese with the rich flavor of roasted garlic. Let it cook for 30 seconds, being careful not to let the garlic burn. Pour in cream and garlic and heat to a simmer. Thanks!! I used that the first time and it tasted better. I love fettucini alfredo and this looks so yum, authentic and easy. P.S. Add the cream and roasted garlic, and heat to very warm, but DO NOT boil. (Tito, get me a tissue!). It's processed! It’s not too buttery or dense.