Saturday, July 3, 2010

Dreamfields Pasta - 5g of fiber per serving - and a delicious taste!

Dreamfields Pasta is a tasty, low carb and high fiber alternative to whole wheat pasta. The digestible carb content is so low, Dreamfields is even safe for most people with diabetes.

We received the Penne Rigate Pasta to review.

The Penne Rigate is a short-cut tubular pasta. Penne describes the slanted "quill" shape on both ends and Rigate means with ridges. The ridges capture flavor making this cut great for a wide range of sauces from vegetable sauces to meat sauces. Kids may prefer to eat it with just butter and Parmesan cheese. Dreamfields is available nationwide in most grocery stores, and Online. Be sure to check out the Nutritional Information on this great tasting Pasta!

Dreamfields Pasta has the same taste and texture of traditional pasta. And, it's as easy to prepare as traditional pasta! My family loved it and looks forward to the next time we have it! So if you are in search of a healthier pasta for your entire family we suggest that you give Dreamsfields Pasta a try today!

Thanks so much to Dreamsfield for providing us this product for review!


barbara.montyj said...

I've been meaning to try the Dreamfields pasta.
Thanks for the reminder.

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