Bring sauce to a boil, quickly lower the heat and then serve immediately. My issue was that I could not get the sauce to thicken up all that much, but as soon as I boiled it and then reduced the heat, that did the trick! Also, if you want to add spinach, I bought the green giant frozen package of 10 oz spinach, cooked in the microwave, squeezed out the juice (use gloves, it'll be hot...), and stirred in with the sauce before bringing it to a boil. Stick with the recipe when it comes to the milk: 2 cups is plenty, just be sure to have all of your 'before' ingredients nice and smooth (the butter, cream cheese) BEFORE adding the milk, otherwise you will end up with a clumpy mess. Also, if you want to save any of the sauce, spoon out what you want to eat and then pour the rest into a jar/container right away, otherwise it will be very thick and hard to get out of the pan! Hope this helped, Thanks for a great recipe!
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Bring sauce to a boil, quickly lower the heat and then serve immediately. My issue was that I...