In Case You Were Wondering, This is How You Make Corinne's Cheese Pasta from 'The Bachelor'

When it comes to Corinne on this season of The Bachelor, we have so many questions. Like, why exactly does a 24-year-old have a nanny? What went down in that bouncy castle? And for the love of God, what IS cheese pasta?

Luckily, Corinne offered up an answer to the latter and shared her recipe for the infamous cheese pasta her nanny Raquel makes for her on the show with Us Weekly. While her nanny does everything from making her bed every morning to preparing her cucumber and vegetable slices for lunch, apparently the cheese pasta is Raquel's true standout culinary creation.

“Cheese pasta is my number-one comfort food,” Corinne told Us Weekly. “I eat it when I’m sad or when I’m sick or just want to cheat my diet a bit. It’s my weakness.”


As far as the "recipe" goes (spoiler alert: there aren't exactly real measurements involved here), it's pretty simple - all you'll need is pasta, salt, cheese and water. Boil the pasta in the water for 10 minutes and a bit of salt to the water. Strain the pasta and add it back to the pot. On low heat, add lots of shredded cheese and stir until the cheese melts.

The jury's still out on exactly what cheese pasta is (Is it mac and cheese? Some kind of noodle nachos?), but at least now we can find out for ourselves what Corinne's obsession is all about. And if you're not a fan, you just might need to get your own nanny to make it the correct way for you, obviously. (Kidding.)