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Yes, you can fall face-first into a warm, cheesy plate of pasta and come out on the other end of it feeling, well, fantastic. The trick? Using whole, fresh ingredients and making some smart swaps when possible. Voilà, 31 healthy pasta recipes that are all still super satisfying.
It’s gorgeous enough to serve at your next dinner party.
The best part (beyond having just one pot to clean)? You can customize the recipe to your heart’s content.
It's pretty magical and not too fancy for the kiddos.
This delicious one-pan meal is summer in a skillet.
This recipe is rich but totally virtuous, and the whole meal takes just 30 minutes to prepare. (Cue singing angels.)
Creamy cauliflower sauce takes this casserole over the top.
Best of all, you can make four servings for less than $10. Salute!
Half pasta, half veggies and topped with creamy almond milk sauce.
Full of good-for-you veggies and fresh herbs.
Cashews and lemon create a cream sauce that doesn’t use any actual cream for this way-too-easy-to-eat pappardelle.
Whole-wheat linguine gets bathed in a luscious Thai sauce.
Hold the phone: It’s less than 250 calories a serving.
If pasta is the best carb, bagels are a close second, and this super easy recipe combines the two for a tasty vegan hybrid.
This pasta is gorgeous, salty, savory and crunchy in all the right ways.
All you need: nine ingredients and 30 minutes.
The whole wheat penne adds a nutty flavor and ups the nutrition factor at the same time.
This fresh mix of vegetables and balsamic is filling and healthy at the same time.
plus a whole head of cauliflower florets. That makes this count as a vegetable, right?
Salty Parmesan cheese will pop on the tongue alongside sweet grapes and apples.
Chickpea noodles are gluten-free, low in carbs and packed with extra protein—a no-brainer in this already chickpea-heavy recipe.
This classic combo of summer produce never gets old. Especially mixed with cubes of sharp cheddar, fresh basil and lemon juice.
Minimal prep time, minimal cooking time and maximum payoff.
Twirl, fork, repeat. Even the kids will like this recipe.
The gang’s all here: cherry tomatoes, fresh mozz, Kalamata olives, salami and pepperoncini.
When the toppings are this good, the pasta is pretty much just filler.
Just what the doctor ordered. We’re officially obsessed with this recipe.
Nothing screams “comfort food” like a steamy plate of carbonara.
It’s so healthy, it’s basically a salad.
Basically checks off all of the food groups.
Similar to our old friend, but more delicious.
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