Quick, creamy pasta recipes under 30 minutes that doesn’t make use of tomatoes.

When you’re sick and tired of your classic tomato pasta recipe or if tomatoes don’t suit your pallet at all, try out these pasta recipes that are quick, easy and creamy – perfect for busy weekday nights and mornings.

Busy Weekday Breakfast: Avocado Pasta by WhatsUpMoms

On days when you want something healthy and easy to whip in the morning, or on days when you simply do not want to get up your new mattress from the best mattresses 2019, try out this avocado pasta recipe by WhatsUpMoms. All it takes are a few chops and a blend in the blender. It takes about 10-15 minutes of cooking time depending on how fast your pasta cooks. You can also opt to chop your ingredients the night before to make preparation time in the morning easier and faster.

Chill Weekday Dinner: Creamy Butternut Squash Pasta by So Vegan

This are for those weekday nights with a bit of time on your hands. It takes about 30 minutes to cook. This is a simple, healthy, and indulgent dinner recipe that only requires 5 ingredients excluding the pasta. This is a recipe that’s perfect for college students who are on a budget and on a diet.

Busy Weekday Dinner: Soy butter Pasta by Donal Skehan. 

Its ingredients may not sound creamy at first read, but let’s take the chef’s words for it, according to Donal Skehan, “you get all the creaminess and silkiness of Carbonara without even cracking an egg”, give it a try and see what you think. This recipe is perfect for a tough day at work/school with extra homework to boot.  Quick and easy, this recipe only requires 5 ingredients and less than 10 minutes to whip up

Chill Weekends – Chill Weekday Breakfast: Sweet Potato Pasta Recipe by James Strange. 

On weeks when your weekends are relatively free, try out this Sweet potato pasta recipe by James Strange. You can start baking your sweet potatoes in the weekends so that you have your ingredients ready for weekday breakfasts. It takes about 1 hour of preparation for the weekends and 15-20 minutes of cooking time for the weekdays.  

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