Easy Cheesy One-Pot Bow Tie Pasta

Easy Cheesy One-Pot Bow Tie Pasta Recipe

Ciao, amicis! Hi, friends! (I’m really getting good at this Italian stuff.) As mentioned before, Handmade Charlotte has partnered with our favorite sous chefs at Ragú to create simple one-pot pasta recipes for you and your family. Today’s menu item? An Easy Cheesy Bow Tie Pasta! But just because a recipe is easy, that doesn’t mean it has to be boring. In fact, I like to think of it as the perfect opportunity to let your culinary creativity shine. So use your noodle (come on, I had to! It’s a cheesy recipe) and let’s get to cooking!

One-Pot Bow Tie Pasta Ingredients

We used Ragú® Chunky Tomatoes, Garlic, & Onion to make our super cheesy bow tie pasta. This is a great weeknight meal for you and your favorite little chef!



Having Fun with One-Pot Bow Tie Pasta

Step 1
Gather up all your ingredients. Make a scene! Yes, we’re giving you permission to play with your food :)

Easy Cheesy Bow Tie One-Pot Pasta Recipe
Step 2
Pour everything into the pot. Soak in the beauty of a one-pot pasta dish. Give it a stir.

Easy Cheesy Bow Tie One-Pot Pasta
Step 3
Cook on medium to medium-high for 20 minutes. Every pot is different, so test to make sure your noodles are al dente!

One-Pot, One-Minute Bow Tie Pasta
Step 4
This step is pretty easy too! Serve up and enjoy!

Easy Cheesy Bow Tie One-Pot Pasta Recipe

Buon appetito!

If you’re hungry for more, both the Handmade Charlotte and Ragú Pinterest pages (with the help of some amazing food pinners) are spending this entire month collecting the most delicious One-Pot Pasta Recipes out there. Jump on over to find your favorites!

This post sponsored by Ragú.

  • Madison Beaulieu

    Love the paper bow tie! It would be cute to use as a place card or napkin ring too!

  • Katie Anderson

    Hold on. Idea! Bow tie pasta would be the perfect platform to teach kids etiquette. And this recipe makes it so easy!

  • Kate

    So, no water required for the pasta?

  • http://www.handmadecharlotte.com/ Rachel Faucett

    Hi Kate,

    We just used the sauce. To add extra water you could certainly add a tablespoon at a time if needed. I’m super fond of this recpie as well as the others and I’ll bet you will too! Thanks so much for stopping in!

    Let me know how it goes!



  • http://www.handmadecharlotte.com/ Rachel Faucett

    Hi Estabon,

    Thanks for dropping in! You’ll have to let me know what you think once you make it + pass along your favs for sure. :)

    Pasta Forever!


  • http://www.handmadecharlotte.com/ Rachel Faucett

    Hi Katie,

    Great idea! Your a loyal reader and we love you! Share pics please!



  • http://www.handmadecharlotte.com/ Rachel Faucett

    Hi Madison,

    I completely agree! How cute!


  • http://www.handmadecharlotte.com/ Rachel Faucett

    Hi Bliss,

    It not only looks delicious it is delicious!


    Rachel Faucett

  • JoAnn Smith

    I am making this tonight and I was so worried that I was suppose to cook the pasta first. Even after I put all dry ingredients in… I was… I need to find out if it should have been cooked first!!! Thanks to Rachel… hopefully, it’ll come out “al dente”. I did add a “bit” of wine to the Ragu container to get all of the sauce :)