There’s Cauliflower Linguini That’s Made Up With 2.5 Servings Of Veggies But Tastes Just Like Pasta

Make your favorite pasta dishes healthier with the Cauliflower Linguini, a linguine pasta made from cauliflower. We can’t just live without pasta dishes, that’s a fact. But it’s also no secret that pasta noodles are high in carbs and gluten, making it a total turn-off for health-conscious people. Pasta is traditionally made from durum wLinguiniheat but other grains can be used as well including rice, barley and buckwheat. Apparently, high-carb grains are a big no-no for people on a low-carb and gluten-free diet.

Thankfully, the creation of veggie pasta will solve this issue. Since the noodles are made from vegetables, they are not as high-carb as the grain-based ones. Additionally, veggie pasta is free of gluten. Not to mention, vegetables are rich in protein, vitamins and minerals. Hence, they provide higher nutritional value than whole grains. Pasta made from chickpea, lentil, potatoes, beans, spinach and zucchini have given us a healthier option. So all pasta lovers can now enjoy pasta without the guilt. And now, a new addition to these healthy alternatives has arrived – Cauliflower pasta.


Cauliflower Linguini

cauliflower linguini pasta

As the name suggests, the pasta is made out of cauliflower veggies which is grain-free and gluten-free. The veggie-based linguine noodles come freshly-packed in a 32-oz pack which is divided into 2 separate 16-oz sections. Each section makes one perfect serving which is equivalent to 2.5 servings of vegetables. You can pair it with a sauce of your choice, whether it’s tomato sauce, garlic sauce or Alfredo sauce. Simply boil this easy-to-cook pasta in water for at least 2 to 3 minutes, drain the noodles, mix your favorite sauce, garnish and serve.

cauliflower linguini veggie pasta

The Linguini is available at 55 Costco locations in California and Nevada. Or you can check the availability of the new veggie pasta near your area here. Hopefully, it will find its way to other states apart from California and Nevada. And we can only keep our fingers crossed because this limited-edition Costco exclusive is quickly selling out.

Source: Taste Republic