Pioneer Woman's Fettuccine Alfredo

Well, I did it. I made it. Now excuse me while I run to Canada and back to work off the gazillion calories I just consumed. 


I bought the best Parmesan Cheese Walmart carries ;)

I cooked my noodles to perfection and tossed with butter & heavy cream.

I served Pioneer Woman's Fettuccine Alfredo with this salad

and make sure you have a white sangria with fresh fruit.

I used my iPad as a cookbook. This was a first for me.

Would I cook this again? Probably not. Hubby liked it but this is not a meal that we eat often or even once a year. If I am going to eat Fettuccine Alfredo, Olive Garden does a better job and cleans up after.


*I am linking this to It's a Keeper*
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Christina @ It's a Keeper said...

I do love fettuccini alfredo, but you're right, it is a lot of work. Your meal looked amazing though!

Thanks for sharing on It's a Keeper's cookbook review!

Christina @ It's a Keeper

elizabeth said...

Ok you know thats my favorite pasta dish except I love it with angel hair pasta!!!
Looks yummy
next time invite me for dinner :)

Kelley at My Island Wedding said...

aren't you fun! good for you! i'm sure it was better than olive gardens... but the clean up is a plus!

can't wait to read more of your fantastic blog!

Simple Daisy said...

I'll be right over for dinner:)
Looks amazing!

brooke said...

I make my own alfredo sauce for a pesto lasagna, which I make about once a year for that very reason. Tasty but such a pain in the rear on the clean up. It looks great though, and I love the salad you served alongside.

km said...

Wouldn't be nice to be able to eat like this EVERY SINGLE DAY of our lives??! 6,000 lbs and counting! But it sure looks Gooooood!

sara said...

I thought that it was good, but it wasn't worth the trouble in my opinion. I'll boil noodles and heat up ragu before I'd make this again. Now, your salad? OMG, amazing. Why can't I make a salad like that? Seems so easy! :)

Mandy said...

Heavenly goodness!
I'm going to make that tomorrow night!