I used a fresh, flat-type of pasta, but of course spaghetti is OK. You can lessen the calories by using skim milk.
I'd bought a flat-type pasta, so I made this thinking I wanted to make a delicious pasta in cream sauce. Of course, you can use skim milk instead of fat milk, and non-dairy cream instead of dairy.
When boiling down the cream sauce, be sure to use low heat, and stir well. By changing the skim milk and cream to a non-dairy type, you can get a lighter flavor and reduce the calories.
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