Right now, the only thing that really matters to me is getting this gigantic bowl of pasta in my belly. RIGHT NOW. Maybe I should just stop typing this post and go eat dinner instead. Note to self: working on your blog posts with an empty stomach is not a good idea. But it happens to me all the time. For some reason, I’m always hungry when editing my photos and writing posts. Or if I’m not, well, looking at food and talking about food will just make me hungry anywat #lifeasafoodblogger
If you like super quick-easy-delicious dinners (and who doesn’t?!) then this super creamy tomato sauce is exactly what you need. Because really, you can’t beat a 2-ingredient sauce ready in 5 minutes. FIVE MINUTES. Cook some pasta to go with it, or make zucchini pasta and bam, you’re done.
And then, there’s the taste. It’s like an old favorite, only creamier. nom nom. Cream cheese has this fabulous faculty of making everything taste better and this pasta dish is no exception! The original recipe called for ground beef but I simply decided to leave it out because I didn’t have any on hands. I’m sure it would add extra flavor and be even more delicious. Next time!
Some of you already joined the Et Voila! Cookbook Team on Facebook and I couldn’t be happier. This really means a lot so thank you
If you missed my last post, here’s the deal. I’m writing a e-Cookbook called Et Voila! featuring easy, unfussy and delicious classic French recipes (you can learn more about it here). I would love to have your input on the ebook’s recipes, pictures, design and more so I’ve created an Et Voila! Cookbook Team group on Facebook that you can all join. I’ll be posting e-cookbook updates, sneak peeks and other fun behind the scene stuff. All the members will benefit from an exclusive discount when the book launches. Will you join us? I would love to see you there!
There are three easy ways you can join the community:
1. Follow this link and click on the Join group button and I will accept you very quickly.
2. Search for the “Et Voila! Cookbook Team” directly via your Facebook search bar.
3. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you an invite to join the group.
And now…the recipe!