Farfalle pasta on a black plate with black fork

Farfalle Pasta With a Boost!

I made this delicious Farfalle Pasta with a boost of protein and veggies using Pampered Chef enrichables making it a one-pot meal in 30-minutes! Currently I am trying a new product to boost the protein and veggies in our meals. It is called enrichables and it comes in Kale & Fiber and Pea Protein. Before we go any further, if you order anything from my personal Pampered Chef website I will earn a commission. Ok, back to cooking! Pampered Chef has a recipe that uses the Kale & Fiber to give a Farfalle pasta dish a boost.

However, I modified it to also add a boost of protein! Now it becomes a one-pot meal that is on the table in 30-minutes!! Store the leftovers and reheat in the Rockcrok Dutch Oven, and then place in the dishwasher! Easy peasy with minimal dishes – that is a win for me! Since I only made minor modifications, I am not sharing a separate recipe card but an image and a link to Pampered Chef recipe. Check out my blog post introducing enrichables for more information on this wonderful product.

Farfalle on a black palte with black fork with two enrichables boxes behind it

Farfelle with a Boost Recipe

There are two ways you can locate this recipe. The first is through my Pampered Chef website and I am including the image below.

Enrichables Farfalle recipe image

How to Make Farfelle with a Boost

  • Start with microwaving the pasta and water in your Rockcrok Dutch Oven.
  • While the pasta is cooking, grate your cheeses and combine the ingredients except the enrichables in your Manual Food Processor to make the cream sauce.
  • Once the pasta is cooked and drained then mix in the cream sauce!
  • Add the Pea Protein and Kale & Fiber enrichables!
  • Add more liquids until you get to the desired consistency.
  • Serve with additional Parmesan Cheese and fresh herbs!
  • Store any leftover in the Rockcrok Dutch Oven, reheat the next day in the Rockcrok, then place in the dishwasher!

My Modifications and Tips

  • Bring the cream cheese to room temperature and you might want to take the chill off the milk.
  • Reduced the white cheddar cheese in half and did not add the parmesan cheese to the pasta but instead as a topping. Ok, a generous topping!
  • Not a big fan of parsley so used fresh Basil instead!
  • Skipped the garlic because I just was not in the mood for garlic.
  • Lastly, add a little more milk and Greek Yogurt to compensate for two packages of Enrichables. But this is totally up to your preference!
Farfalle pasta on a black plate with black fork
Farfalle Pasta with a Boost

How do you order Enrichables?

Ordering is simple. Enrichables is offered on a subscription basis that allows you to skip a month if you do not need the order! You can subscribe on a monthly basis or pre-paid 3 months or 6 months for the best price. If you want to give it a try, Pampered Chef has a one-time option of ordering a small pouch or large pouch! But your best price is to start with month by month because you can skip a month or cancel. Shipping is included in the price.

Here is the ordering information for Pea Protein. And the ordering information for Kale & Fiber.

Contact Information

  • We have a lot of quality products and pantry items available through my Pampered Chef website!
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  • On my YouTube Channel I am starting to share closed caption cooking videos and product reviews.
  • I am authorized to sell Pampered Chef in the United States and will receive a commission if you order from my personal website.

Other Recipes You May Enjoy

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8 comments

    1. It is really easy to make. I love adding the enrichables as I always struggle with pasta for the added protein. Plus I had left overs which is always a win.

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