By Lauren Griffin

Whether it's leftovers from a homemade feast, containers of take out or dishes from a favorite Italian restaurant, it seems like a shame to throw out a perfectly good serving of fettucine Alfredo. Rather than tossing this creamy, decadent dish in the trash, learn how to reheat fettucine Alfredo.

After properly reheating, you can enjoy a bowl of creamy pasta.

Step 1

Heat butter or olive oil in a non-stick sauce pan over low heat.

Step 2

Add the fettucine Alfredo to the pan. Cook for a few minutes on low heat while continuously stirring.

Step 3

Add a small amount of cream; about one tablespoon for every two cups of pasta. Continue to heat the mixture over low heat. Keep stirring.

Step 4

Turn off the stove when the Alfredo sauce has thickened. Plate and serve.