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Shout out to Bertolli and their new #BertolliSundaySupper calendar. It’s so hard to get Germaine to try new recipes and like them. So when I gave him three Sunday Supper inspired recipes to choose and he reluctantly chose one I had my fingers crossed. He chose Oven-Baked Alfredo Pennoni & Cheese because it had the least amount of ingredients he didn’t like eating. He started the night telling me, “You know I’m not a pasta fan,” so I was already a bit annoyed because he loves pasta until it’s a recipe he’s never had. He shopped with me for the ingredients, helped me make the recipe and shoot the photos to share with you.
Y’all…as soon as he finished his food he said, “That pasta dish was pretty good”. This is where I insert my side eye. I had a strong feeling he’d like it once he gave it a try and he did.
I say all of that to say, if Germaine liked it, you’ll love it. Oven-Baked Alfredo Pennoni & Cheese is just one of the easy Sunday suppers you can try and get in your inbox just by signing up for #BertolliSundaySupper calendar reminders. Go ahead! Click here to sign up and start getting free weekly dinner recipes, cooking tips, tricks and even craft ideas for the family.
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After dinner I told Germaine how much I appreciated him eating at the table. I know that’s not his thing. He grew up eating dinner with his family in front of the television. I on the other hand grew up eating almost every meal at the table with my family.
Every meal with my family together is special and the fact this one was planned out for me made supper super easy. For this recipe we used New Bertolli® Creamy Alfredo with Cauliflower and Milk Sauce. It’s been about 17 years since we had a dish with Alfredo. Once when we were visiting family in Atlanta, they made a shrimp fettuccine alfredo which Germaine loved. After that, whenever I’d suggested Alfredo recipes Germaine shot them down saying he didn’t like Alfredo sauce. I think he forgot how much he liked his cousins shrimp fettucine which is why we hadn’t eaten another Alfredo dish until now.
I made Oven-Baked Alfredo Pennoni & Cheese using Bertolli Creamy Alfredo with Cauliflower and Milk Sauce. The sauce is new, has the same delicious taste I expect from Bertolli. Some people shy away from Alfredo sauces because of the calories, but Bertolli Creamy Alfredo with Cauliflower and Milk Sauce has half the fat and calories of their other sauces. I use Bertolli red sauces often for lasagna and spaghetti. The sauce is alway thick enough to cover every inch of the pasta and has the Italian flavor we love. The same was true with the Bertolli Creamy Alfredo with Cauliflower and Milk Sauce. Their new Alfredo sauce combines cauliflower, fresh milk, and aged parmesan, to provide a lighter take on classic Alfredo sauce.
Lately Germaine and I have been so busy that meal ideas have been hard to come up with. I love how convenient it is to have weekly Sunday Supper inspiration sent to my inbox with new recipes, DIY crafts and cooking tips & tricks.
Oven-Baked Alfredo Pennoni & Cheese