Slacker Recipe: Perogies Alfredo

I feel like I should introduce this post by reminding everyone that I am not the best cook. Better cooks: please proceed with caution.

I was trying to come up with a family-friendly dinner involving minimal effort on Sunday night. It was the last day of March Break and we were all feeling a little worn out and ready to go back to our usual routine. My googling led me to a Pierogies Alfredo recipe I found on Feels Like Home. It looked tasty, but I didn’t have any broccoli. Flora probably would have fought me on it anyway. I simplified the recipe even more to appeal to the pickier eaters in my household (read: Flora and Sean).

Pierogies Alfredo


  1. 1 package of frozen pierogies (I used potato and cheddar, but use what you like.)
  2. 1 jar of Alfredo sauce
  3. fresh black pepper
  4. bacon bits


  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9×13 baking dish with cooking spray.
  • Pour a package of frozen pierogies into the baking dish.
  • Pour a jar of Alfredo sauce over the pierogies and mix it all together.
  • Grind fresh black pepper to taste and sprinkle bacon bits over the pierogies. You can also do this step at the table if like me, you have picky eaters that will flip out if there are spices in their food. Being allowed to customize it at the table is fun too.
  • Bake uncovered for 40 minutes.

I didn’t take any pictures because I’m not a food blogger or food stylist. The pierogies were delicious, but completely un-photogenic. I made the whole package, so there were leftovers for our family of three and we had the rest last night. Flora liked sprinkling the bacon bits on them, but she picked at them as four year-olds like to do. Sean and I ate them with great gusto and I will probably make them again. If I was cooking them for more adventurous eaters, I’d add some onion. If I had more time, I’d have probably fried up real bacon to put on them (I did that with my leftovers and it was a good idea.) These are a substantial side-dish so make sure your main is light. We had it with ham slices and mixed veggies and they were good companions.

This would also be a good dish to take to a potluck. I’m writing this recipe down so I remember it the next time I need something easy, quick and comforting.

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