6 Easy Pesto Pasta Recipes

Pesto Princess © Burst Cherry Tomato Pasta

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Pesto pasta: the ultimate comfort food.

It’s a go-to weeknight meal for so many of us; an easy feed-a-crowd or take-to-work option, and feeds a hangry family in minutes.

Check out our favourite ways to enjoy this classic dish below and make them your own!


1. Perfect Basil Pesto Pasta

Being in the business of making pesto for nearly 25 years, we know a thing or two about the ultimate pesto pasta dish 😉

With one little jar of our concentrated pesto, you’ve got an entire meal that can feed (and delight) the whole family in minutes. Try this classic recipe.

Pesto Princess © Pesto Pasta

2. Basil & Lemon Pesto Pasta

Our goal is to bring you recipes (and products) that save you head space and time like this quick and easy Basil & Lemon Pesto Pasta. Change-up the veggies depending on what you have on hand – all you really need is a jar of green goodness in the form of our Pesto Princess pesto!

Pesto Princess © Pesto Pasta

3. Sundried Tomato Pesto Pasta

Here’s a recipe that literally takes minutes to make. It may look fancy, but we can assure you all it really needs is a jar of pesto, pasta and a little cheese.

With this one recipe, you can either make a comforting and quick pasta for the whole family, or level-it up with exotic mushrooms and you’ve got an impressive supper for guests. Find the recipe here.

Pesto Princess © Sundried Tomato Pesto Pasta

4. Burst Cherry Tomato Pasta

Roast all the ingredients for this recipe in a sheet pan, boil some pasta and you’re minutes away from a delicious dinner. Here you go!

Pesto Princess © Burst Cherry Tomato Pasta

5. Plant-powered Pasta Bake

If you are constantly on the lookout for great plant-based (and super easy) recipes, then this one’s a keeper

Pesto Princess © Pasta Bake

6. Basil & Chilli Pesto Pasta

Love a weekly meal plan? Then add this recipe to the list. It only needs 5 ingredients!

Pesto Princess © Basil & Chilli Pesto Pasta

Photography, Recipes and Styling by Michelle Parkin.


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