Classic Alfredo Sauce

“Nothing beats a classic!” I have an amazing recipe for a Classic Alfredo Sauce for you!

Classic Alfredo Sauce, easy and incredibly delicious! from #alfredo #sauce

 I know that I should have shared this recipes a long, long time ago and I’m sorry. A while back, I’ve decided to collect my favorite classic sauces and share them with you. I’ve always written in recipes for a sauce in other recipes but I feel like I should share them separately. Most of the classic sauces can be used with so many different meals so why stick to one? So this week, I will share some of my favorite sauce and I will finish it off with a collection of homemade dressing recipes. Stick around and see which sauce I share each day!

Classic Alfredo Sauce, easy and incredibly delicious! 1 from #alfredo #sauce

My Alfredo Sauce has taken me years to perfect. I’ve tried a few different variation and this one is the best by far. I like using fresh grated Parmesan and some dry Parmesan. The combination of the two makes perfect texture and flavor.

If I had to choose, Alfredo would have to be my favorite sauce. It’s perfect with chicken, seafood, vegetable or to dip some bread sticks in it! Speaking of bread sicks, I really need to make some Copycat Olive Garden Breadsticks for this sauce. They would be amazing together!

Classic Alfredo Sauce, easy and incredibly delicious! 3 from #alfredo #sauce

Classic Alfredo Sauce
  • 2 Tbsp butter
  • 1 large clove of garlic
  • 1 tbs flour
  • 2 cups Heavy Cream
  • ½ cup fresh grated Parmesan cheese
  • ½ cup dry Parmesan cheese
  • salt/pepper
  • ¼ cup sour cream
  1. Melt butter in a sauce pan on medium heat.
  2. Add minced (pressed or grated) garlic and saute until fragrant (just a few seconds). Sprinkle the flour over it and slowly add heavy cream WHILE whisking constantly (I suggest using a silicone covered whisk). Heat through on medium heat, keep stirring slowly.
  3. Add sour cream, Parmesan cheeses, salt and pepper. Keep cooking on medium-low heat for about 5-7 minutes, stirring often.
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Classic Alfredo Sauce, easy and incredibly delicious! 2 from #alfredo #sauce


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  1. says

    I love Alfredo sauce and so do my kids–hubby prefers tomato based sauces – heh! heh! heh! Kids and I have a feast. I will definitely make your recipe. Every recipe I have made of yours has been perfection. Thank you I have zipped it into the recipe box.

  2. says

    Oh how I love alfredo!! I make mine a little different but I’m always looking for the latest & greatest ways to make it better. I will be putting this into the meal plan here soon. I can’t wait to try it. Thank you my friend!!

  3. Rachel Drake says

    Oops – I believe you mean a CLOVE of garlic (not a glove). LOL!!! Will have to try this – never used sour cream in my alfredo!!

    • lyuba says

      Oh no, Teri :) Here, the mason jar is just for the photo. (I also keep it in the jar in the fridge.) Since it’s freshly made and cream based, the shelf life is not that long. I don’t think we can can it.

  4. says

    Thank you for this recipe!! I can’t wait to try it out. My family loves alfredo but I don’t like the jarred kind. I’ve tried other recipes but they haven’t worked for me and I just know that yours will be awesome!

  5. says

    This sounds yumtastic!

    You ROCK for linking up this week to Tip Me Tuesday. {high fives}

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  6. Gayane says

    I really liked this recipe. For sure I’m gonna try it because my family loves pasta/spaghetti, specially with Alfredo souce. Thank you for shering it.

  7. Lisa says

    does this make equivalent of a 16 oz store bought jar? I am about to attempt an applebee’s copycat recipe that calls for alfredo sauce today and am thinking to make fresh sauce…

    • lyuba says

      I’m so sorry for a late response! Yes, that is a 16 oz mason jar above and it definitely filled it. I believe there was actually about 1/2 cup more.
      Again, sorry for the late response!

  8. Bernice Sandoval says

    Hi! I’ve been searching for an Alfredo sauce recipie everywhere and I finally found one that looks and sounds delicious!! I just have one question, I’m making chicken fettuccine Alfredo tomorrow for 60 people, how much sauce should I make? You didn’t say how many sservings this quantity makes, please I need some help ASAP, thank you!!:*

    • lyuba says

      Hi Bernice!
      This makes a little more than a 16 oz jar. That is a 16 oz mason jar in a photo and there was a little leftover in a pot.
      60 people, of goodness! I don’t think I’ve fed a crowd like that before. May be double the recipe, so you will have 2 to 2 1/2 jars.
      Good luck!!
      Thank you!

  9. Bernice Sandoval says

    Hi! I’ve been searching for an Alfredo sauce recipie everywhere and finally I found one that looks delicious!! I just have one question, I’m cooking chicken fettuccine Alfredo tomorrow for 60 peolple, how much sauce should I make? You didn’t say how many serving this quantity makes, please I need some help asap!! Thanks! :*

  10. Bernice Sandoval says

    Thank you for your prompt reply, I appreciate it! I forgot to also ask, how much chicken and pasta do you suggest I use? I’ve never fed so many people before either, I’m kind of going crazy just thinking about it! Lol

    • lyuba says

      Well if it’s chicken with pasta, pasta will be pretty filling so I would estimate a cooked and sliced chicken breast to serve 2 people (depends on your budget and how much you like them 😀 , may be even 3). Check pasta box and, in nutrition box, it should say how many servings are in the box. That could be a good way to calculate how many boxes you will need. Also, take other food in consideration. Will there be appetizers, salads, bread or desserts? If yes, there will be other food to fill them so you can even stretch that a bit more. I would also triple the sauce recipe because it’s pretty heavy and filling but relatively cheap to make, at least in comparison with chicken. Pasta and sauce will be much cheaper than chicken and more filling.

  11. Stacey says

    Made this Alfredo sauce tonight — it was delicious. So easy and restaurant quality! My family loves it!

  12. says

    I just loved the Alfredo sauce, as did my children. I have been on your site for hours at a time today. I have been looking for a delicious peanut butter cupcake recipe along with a peanut butter frosting, can you help me out…


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