Olive Garden Alfredo Sauce

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

I got this recipe from copykat.com from a reviewer that put in the "real" recipe. According to the reviewer, this is right off of the sauce card. Time is just a guess as I haven't made this.


  1. Brown Garlic puree.
  2. Then add butter til melted.
  3. Add heavy cream and milk.
  4. Add parmeasan cheese, fontina cheese, salt and pepper.
  5. Stir on medium high until thickens.
  6. Turn off heat and continue to stir.
  7. Serve over cooked alfredo noodles.
Most Helpful

5 5

I have made this many times and it does taste the same as OG's Alfredo sauce. I believe that it is their recipe. When I make it for my family of 4, these are my measurements: 1/4 T pureed Garlic browned 1/2 cup butter 2 cup whipping cream 2 oz milk 4 oz shredded parmesan cheese (in the tub) 1 oz shredded Fontina cheese 1/4 t salt 1/2 t pepper Try this recipe and see if it tastes the same to you. It will. The funny thing is on that other web site a different recipe was posted claiming to be a copycat recipe for OG Alfredo Sauce. Then a reviewer typed up that it wasn't quite right since they used to work at the OG in the kitchen for 2 years and had the recipe off the line card. There were more reviews from her review than the original recipe. HAHA!!

5 5

I also got this recipe from copykat.com and its EXCELLENT!!! One thing I do suggest though is to buy the cheeses in block form and shred yourself. If you use the packaged shredded cheese it does not get completely creamy and has somewhat of a texture to it. Otherwise, this recipe is perfect as written and is a recipe my entire family loves! Note: this recipe makes a gallon, you will probably need to scale it down for your family.

5 5

I cut this recipe into 1/4 and it was enough to serve 4. This is a perfect base to work from. I used the Fontana cheese, pecorino Romano, plain Romano, parmigiano reggiano and parmesan cheese which gave it an amazing taste. I made some breadsticks and it tasted spot on, yum!