Blackened Chicken Alfredo

This Blackened Chicken Alfredo is deliciously spicy and creamy using my Air Fryer Blackened Chicken. 

The spicy chicken and creamy sauce is a perfect flavor combination. You guessed it, it’s quick and easy too.

Even better … add volume and veggies to your meal with some zoodles. Use any of the serving sizes noted on the recipe plus add in some zoodles and you’ve got yourself a huge serving with low fat and high protein! You can also add in Healthy Noodles from Costco. I love both of these options to add volume with very little effect to your macros.

Recipe card lists macros for servings as 4, 5 and 6 below!

Enjoy and let me know if you try it!

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5 Servings – 4 And 6 Listed In Notes


“ohsnapmacros – Blackened Chicken Alfredo”

4.45 from 16 Reviews


Adjust Servings
1 lbs (12oz. cooked) Air Fryer Blackened Chicken
8 oz fettuccini noodles - using De Cecco (UNCOOKED)
2 tbsp butter
1/2 tbsp minced garlic
2 laughing cow cheese wedges (light)
1 1/3 cup whole milk
2 oz cream cheese, cubed (room temp works best)
64 g grated parmesan cheese
Fresh cracked pepper to taste

Nutritional Information

392 Calories
11 Fat (grams)
36.3 Carbs (grams)
41.3 Protein (grams)



Cook blackened chicken according to instructions and chop into bite size pieces.
Mark as complete

Heat a pan over medium, add butter and melt. Once melted add garlic and laughing cow cheese. Lower heat to medium low.Using the back of a spoon mash the laughing cow cheese until it starts to melt. Add milk and cream cheese. Mash cream cheese cubes the same way you did the laughing cow until it has melted into the mixture.
Mark as complete

Add parmesan and pepper and stir together. Simmer until the mixture thickens into a nice sauce. This does not take long. Once sauce has formed add noodles and chicken and mix until coated well.
Tip - cut your noodles in half for easier serving when weighing.
Mark as complete

Reheating instructions:

When reheating add a tbsp or two of water to help the sauce separate as needed.
Mark as complete

Volume adds:

Add zoodles to create a higher volume serving. Add Healthy Noodles from Costco.
You can also make this low carb by using just zoodles or healthy noodles and opt out of the fettuccini.
Mark as complete


Nutritional information:
4 servings: 489 cals - 51.7 P / 13.8 F / 45.8 C - 295 grams
5 servings: 392 cals - 41.3 P / 11 F / 36.6 C - 236 grams
6 servings: 326 cals - 34.4 P / 9.2 F / 30.5 C - 196.5 grams


  • Whitney

    The holy grail of alfredo! Added a little crushed red pepper to give a kick….literal perfection!

  • Nat

    Since I have to be dairy free do you think we can alter the recipe and still be within the macros? This looks amazing!

  • Stephanie

    Can you create a video on how to enter this recipe into my fitness pal? I weighed all my raw ingredients & entered them & then changed the serving size to grams after it was cooked but it is not coming out right

    • Stephanie

      I figured it out, for some reason it didn’t like when I weighed my milk in grams

  • Shea

    This was really good! I’m not sure why the 3 star ratings when asking a question, maybe because that’s the default?

    I blended the milk, laughing cow and cream cheese in my smoothie blender and it blended nicely, poured into the pan then added the Parmesan. Wasn’t too spicy. Added a pinch of red pepper flakes. Yum!!!

  • Jennifer Womack

    Made this the past 2 Mondays and it was a huge hit – my 3 picky (10, 12 and 15 yr old) eaters loved it!!!

  • Suz

    This was great, and easy to make.

  • Nicole

    Is there a brand of blackened chicken you’d recommend?

    • daniellelima

      I recommend making mine but you can also use Tyson frozen strips.

  • Kacie

    My husband took one bite of this and said, “I’d eat this again” so I’d call that a win! Swapped blackened chicken for regular chicken since I can’t handle spicy foods. This one is definitely going into our weekly rotation. You wouldn’t even know it’s macro friendly based on the taste!

  • Shellene Hunt

    What brand of of grated parm & cream cheese were used? Low fat? Etc.. slight variations in these will change the Macros. Can you please provide those?

  • melissa

    Hi! Question, is it 8oz dry fettuccine or 8oz cooked?

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