Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

It is unbelievable that this dish is low fat because it is so good! Use as meatless main course or as a side dish.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Melt butter, stir in flour and salt& pepper.
  2. Add milk and broth.
  3. Heat to boiling, stirring constantly.
  4. Boil and stir 1 minute.
  5. Stir in cheese.
  6. Add spinach which has been thawed and squeezed to drain.
  7. Heat through.
  8. Add to pasta which has been cooked per package directions.


Most Helpful

We really liked the dish - it was a good quick midweek meal. I think next time I'd cut back a little on the spinach :) Thanks for the recipe!

eillena September 06, 2007

We really liked this. It was easy to prepare and we felt like we were eating very healthy! I added garlic and some chopped onion for extra flavor. I also used fat free half and half instead of milk, and used rotini instead of fettucine. This was great and we will make it again. Thanks!

Katelyn1009 June 13, 2007

A really delicious and quick to prepare pasta which can be whipped up very quickly when time is at a premium! I wanted to add onions and garlic, so minced these earlier in the day. I sautéed these in butter in a separate pan, while making the cheese sauce, then added them with the spinach. I used two packets of spinach because I love spinach and one packet thoroughly squeeze-dried always seems so little to add! And I added also a generous handful of baby spinach leaves. I confess to not having used reduced fat cheese; I find it too lacking in flavour. But I did use very low fat milk. Then because the sauce – no doubt because it was jam-packed with spinach!!! – needed a little thinning, I added two tablespoons of Greek yoghurt, which gave it an extra yummy flavour and made the sauce really creamy. Tonight’s dinner: fabulous! Thank you, Marie!

bluemoon downunder May 21, 2006

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