With shells. Organic corn-quinoa. No trans fat. Cooks in minutes. Gluten-free. Taste and texture of traditional mac & cheese. USDA organic. Non GMO. Excellent for use in gluten-free diets. History of Quinoa: Quinoa (keen-wa), known to Bolivians as The Mother Grain, is now being heralded as the supergrain of the future. Ancient Harvest has worked with local, indigenous farming communities for over 30 years to offer delicious authentic foods you can trust. Our ancient grains descend from farms that span the entire length of the Bolivian altiplano (high plains) at the base of the Andes Mountains. Not only do our products deliver a taste your whole family will love, but they are always gluten free, organic, non GMO and delicious. Ancient Harvest understands that the best traditional mac n' cheese is rich, creamy and deliciously cheesy. And, eating gluten free doesn't mean you have to compromise on the taste and texture of the mac n' cheese you love! That's why we had our culinary experts pair our supergrain pasta with delicious ooey-gooey cheese. So now you can have it all! Taste the Ancient Harvest difference. Learn more at ancientharvest.com. Always organic. Always gluten free. Always delicious. Certified organic by Quality Assurance International (QAI). Please recycle. Product of USA.
6.5 oz (185 g) x 12
74 g dry
2.5 per pack
1. Boil 4 cups of water in a medium saucepan. Boil 8-9 minutes, stirring occasionally, or until tender. 2. Drain pasta into a colander. Return to saucepan. 3. Measure 1/4 cup lowfat milk into measuring cup, add cheese and stir until smooth. 4. Add cheese sauce to pasta, stir well and enjoy! Variations: For a richer and creamier flavor add 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter and stir in with the milk and cheese packet. For a reduced fat alternative, substitute 2% lowfat milk with 1% or nonfat milk.
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