Creamy Mushroom Pasta

Yummy! Another delicious way to serve pasta. Serve with some broccoli or peas on the side if you want to.

This Creamy Mushroom Pasta is a wonderful meal for getting your toddler involved in, as mushrooms chop really nicely with the doddl toddler knife! Helping to prepare the meals they eat is a really good way of getting your little one interested and involved in their food.



-200g dried pasta

-100g mushrooms

-2 cloves garlic

-100g cream cheese

-100ml low salt vegetable stock

-150ml single cream

-A very good grinding of black pepper


-Cook the pasta according to packet instructions

-In a deep frying pan fry the chopped mushrooms for 3-4 minutes until soft and browning

-Add the garlic and cook for a further couple of minutes

-Then add the vegetable stock and cream cheese, stirring to combine thoroughly

-Add the black pepper and allow to simmer for 5 minutes until the sauce has thickened up

-Finish the sauce by adding the cream, then stir through your cooked drained pasta

Serves 2 adults and one toddler

Have a go at making this delicious creamy mushroom pasta, and let us know how you get on – or post a photo of the finished result and tag us @doddl.

Don’t forget to check out our other family recipes here!

Another simple and tasty recipe made especially for doddl by Jess at babyled_bears.

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