Quorn Speedy Creamy Pasta

Today I'm excited to share with you one of my favourite recipes at the moment using Quorn. 
Quorn is perfect for everyone whether you are a full time vegetarian or looking to reduce your meat intake like me. It is high protein, and low in saturated fat whilst allowing you to enjoy your favourite dishes without feeling guilty you can read more here.

This creamy pasta is so super quick and easy to prepare, and tastes amazing. You'll forget it's not even meat. And it only takes 20 minutes to make, so a perfect dish for those busy nights.

  • 8oz of Tagliatelle Pasta
  • 8 rashers of Qourn Bacon - sliced
  • 4oz of Cream Cheese
  • 8oz of Frozen Peas
  • 150ml of Milk
  • 2oz of Grated Parmesan Cheese 
  • 1/2 tsp of Garlic Powder
  • Cook pasta as directed
  • In a separate pan cook bacon till crispy
  • Add all remaining ingredients and stir on a low hit for 5 minutes or until the peas are cooked
  • Add pasta to sauce and mix lightly
  • Salt and pepper to taste as needed 
To find out more about the health benefits of eating Quorn and be inspired by some more recipes click here.


  1. This looks absolutely delicious and very similar to a meal I already eat regularly. I didn't know Quorn did bacon rashers, and they don't actually look too bad, I will definitely be picking them up in the next shop! :)

  2. I've never tried Quorn before but me and hubby are trying to take better care of our health so I think it's time to give it a go!

  3. What a lovely and delicious plate of pasta . Quorn is indeed very versatile.

  4. Oh my goodness yes please! This sounds absolutely amazing. x

  5. I love quorn and pasta - I haven't seen this bacon type one though. I am going to pin this recipe, it looks delicious. Kaz x

  6. This looks lovely and I would be happy without the quorn x

  7. I am a veggie and I have to confess I was put off by trying Quorn Bacon by the texture and reviews but it looks tasty here! I am pinning!

  8. Oh wow this is my sort of dish. Why haven't I thought about putting peas it! Thanks for the idea :D