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High-Protein Philly Cheesesteak Pasta Skillet

published: February 24, 2024

updated: February 24, 2024

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Creamy, cheesy, and reminiscent of a classic Philly Cheesesteak, this simple pasta skillet is a hit with the whole family!

3 Reasons Why You Will Love This Recipe

  1. 28g of protein per serving. Anytime you can enjoy a full-flavored pasta dish and put a significant dent in your protein goal is a major win!
  2. Creamy and cheesy. This High-Protein Philly Cheesesteak Pasta Skillet offers warm, gooey, and comforting pasta with a cheesy indulgence in every bite.
  3. Family-friendly. This is the kind of dish that the whole family can agree on! And you'll feel great knowing that you're helping to fuel your crew with hearty protein & sneaky veggies.

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Philly Cheesesteak Pasta

High Protein Philly Cheesesteak Pasta Skillet

This warm, cheesy, comforting dish is high in protein, easy to make, and family-friendly!
4.88 from 8 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 50 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Course Dinner
Cuisine American
Servings 6
Calories 381 kcal

Equipment

  • 1 Cutting Board
  • 1 Knife
  • 1 Spatula
  • 1 Measuring cups and spoons

Ingredients
  

  • 1 tbsp Olive oil
  • 1 Green bell pepper, diced
  • 1 Yellow onion, diced
  • 1 lb lean ground beef I used 96/4
  • 2 tbsp Minced garlic
  • 2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 3 cups Beef or chicken broth
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 2 Laughing Cow Light Cheese Wedges
  • 10 oz Pasta shells or pasta shape of choice
  • 1 cup Shredded Italian cheese
  • 1 tbsp Italian seasoning
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Instructions
 

  • In a large skillet or pan, heat the olive oil over medium-high
    heat.
  • Add the diced peppers, onions and minced garlic to the
    skillet. Sauté for about 2-3 minutes, or until the onions
    become translucent and fragrant.
  • Add the lean ground beef to the skillet. Break it apart with
    a spoon and cook until it's no longer pink, stirring
    occasionally to ensure even cooking. Season with salt and
    pepper to taste.
  • Add Italian seasoning and Worcestershire sauce. Stirring until distributed.
  • Pour in the broth, milk, and laughing cow cheese wedges.
    Stir well to combine all the ingredients.
  • Carefully add the pasta to the skillet. Make sure it's evenly
    distributed in the liquid.
  • Reduce the heat to medium-low and cover the skillet with a
    lid. Allow the mixture to simmer for about 12-15 minutes,
    or until the pasta is cooked al dente. Stir occasionally to
    prevent sticking.
  • Taste a small piece of pasta to ensure it's cooked to your
    desired tenderness. If needed, add a little more broth and
    continue simmering until it reaches the desired texture.
    Once the pasta is cooked, remove the skillet from heat.
  • Once the pasta is cooked, remove the skillet from heat.
    Sprinkle the shredded Italian cheese over the top of the
    mixture.
  • Cover the skillet with a lid and let it sit for a few minutes to
    allow the cheese to melt and the flavors to meld together. Enjoy!

Nutrition

Calories: 381kcalCarbohydrates: 43gProtein: 28gFat: 10g
Keyword High Protein Pasta
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About the author, Tami Smith

Hi, I'm Tami, a certified macro coach, nutritionist and personal trainer! I love creating and sharing quick and easy macro-friendly recipes, and working out in my garage gym!

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    • Hi Terrah! I used 96/4 (I will add that to the recipe notes!). You can use your preferred leanness, just be sure to re-calculate your macros/calories based on what you use 🙂

  • 5 stars
    How much is actually a serving ? U said six servings so do I weigh it all cooked and divide that by 6?! Would help if u could just tell us. Thank you.

    • Hi Stephanie, Thanks for reaching out! Yes, if you would like the exact serving in grams, you would need to weigh your entire dish after it’s cooked in grams (less the weight of the container) and then divide by 6. The reason why I didn’t put an exact amount is because there is so much variability. For example, if you cooked your pasta longer than mine and it absorbed more water, it would have a different weight. If you need to be accurate for tracking purposes, weighing your final product will be the most accurate way to go!

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