I like alfredo pasta and I prefer white sauce pasta over red sauce. Many versions of white pasta sauce are not healthy because they are loaded with butter and heavy cream. This vegan cauliflower alfredo is one of my favorite pasta recipes and it’s definitely better than original alfredo recipe. This recipe is so good that my little one enjoy this healthy pasta equally like us.
I am not vegan, but I prefer to eat plant-based diet about 90% of the time, also I stay away from many unhealthy ingredients and unluckily heavy cream falls into that category. This pasta recipe is also one of those vegan recipes which I can serve without any guilt. This cauliflower alfredo is creamy, quick and easy and it gets ready in no time.
Also, I prefer to use healthy pasta noodles so I have used high fiber white pasta. This is a great way to incorporate healthy food options to your diet without noticing. Cauliflower alfredo is also a perfect recipe for kids, they won’t even notice that the sauce is made of cauliflower. Try this cauliflower alfredo recipe for at least once even if you are not a big fan of cauliflower. I have also added broccoli to my pasta but you can add any vegetable of your choice. Carrots, asparagus, peas, bell peppers and green beans work really great with this recipe; options are just endless.
A traditional/ original creamy alfredo served at restaurants has more than 1,000 calories and 60-80 gms of fat and this one has only 260 calories and 8 gms of fat with 7gms of dietary fiber plus other nutrients (vitamins and minerals).
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