Annie's Homegrown Gluten-Free Rice Pasta & Cheddar Mac & Cheese, 6-Ounce Boxes

May 16, 2010 by  
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  • Case of twelve, 6-ounce boxes (total of 72 ounces)
  • Made with 100% rice pasta elbows and real aged Cheddar
  • Gluten- and wheat-free pasta; KSA Dairy kosher
  • Easy-to-prepare comfort food for people who are wheat- and gluten-intolerant

Product Description
Annie’s gluten-free rice pasta & cheddar is made with gluten-free and wheat-free rice pasta elbows and real aged cheddar in a wheat- and gluten-free facility. Annie’s believes you will find the creamy cheddar cheese and natural, 100% rice pasta to be a winning combination. Annie’s rice pasta and cheddar is also KSA dairy kosher…. More >>


Annie’s Homegrown Gluten-Free Rice Pasta & Cheddar Mac & Cheese, 6-Ounce Boxes

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2 Responses to “Annie's Homegrown Gluten-Free Rice Pasta & Cheddar Mac & Cheese, 6-Ounce Boxes”
  1. Bel says:

    I usually let the noodles cook a bit longer, since rice noodles can be kind of tough. I add the two tablespoons of butter (or a bit more), a smidgen more than 1/4 cup milk, and about a 1/2 to 3/4 cup of shredded cheddar cheese. I put some salt and pepper on it and it is much better than the original mix and takes about the same amount of time.

    I like the idea of adding a bit of spice to it as well and will try that next time.

    This cannot be compared to the Kraft mix (and I loved that as much as anybody), but if you have to eat gluten free, this is a good substitute when you add some more flavor to it.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. Maneki Neko says:

    This may not be “Kraft,” but in my opinion it is better than the other gluten free mac ‘n cheese mixes out there. It isn’t terribly appropriate to compare it to a gluten box mix as those who buy this product do so because they CAN’T eat the gluten box mix. I like this product for a fast, tasty gluten free meal- I add coarse ground black pepper and vietnamese hot sauce, sometimes sprinkling chopped tomatoes and/or red peppers on top as a garnish. Of course homemade mac ‘n cheese tastes better, but for a night when there’s no time to do anything but turn on a burner and wait, this is a great product. (Amy’s frozen mac n’ cheese is also a winner- but avoid frozen glutino at all costs, yech.)
    Rating: 4 / 5

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