I love the idea of a 160 calorie alfredo sauce. So this was something I absolutely had to try. The butter and flour combo does a great job of thickening up the alfredo since there is no cream cheese in this recipe. However, it really does too good a job. My first try on this gave me the impression that I should put the alfredo on a chicken fried steak or some chicken nuggets. This had too much of a gravy consistency for me. I halved the butter and flour but kept the same amount of half & half. I used a whole bag of World Classics grated parmesan cheese in it. For more flavor, I used (in lieu of the minced garlic) about 1 t garlic powder, 2 T basil, 1 t parsley, 1 T oregano, some kosher salt, and some pepper. (I'm just guessing on the amounts. I really just eye-balled it and gave it a taste.)
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I love the idea of a 160 calorie alfredo sauce. So this was something I absolutely had to try....