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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Annie's Macaroni & Cheese Gluten-Free Rice Pasta and Cheddar Review

You won't feel guilty when you eat gluten-free; that's what my sister always tell me. She knows I'm struggling with my weight and because of my age (the terrible perimenopause stage), losing weight has been really tough. I have read a lot about the gluten-free diet but, I was just too afraid to try because I also heard that gluten-free foods are bland. It's enough already that I've been cutting back on food and I'm exercising to death, but no bland foods for me PLEASE. Less on salt yes, but not completely tasteless.



I was hesitant to try Annie's Macaroni & Cheese Gluten-Free Rice Pasta and Cheddar flavor when my MamaVox Box from Influenster arrived. Although I saw it in the label that it's made with real cheese, it took a few days more before I finally decided to give it a try.

It looked gooey and really cheesy just the way I like my mac and cheese. It smells good too and even if it was still hot, I wanted to dig in right away. Well, it's tasty and not bland at all. Now I look at gluten-free in a different way. If all the others taste like this, I can survive eating gluten-free products.

Here are some reasons why Annie's mac and cheese is different:

  • 0g Trans Fat 
  • Good Source of Vitamin B6 
  • Good Source of Calcium 
  • Vegetarian 
  • No Artificial Flavors, Synthetic Colors, or Preservatives 
  • Cheese from cows not treated with growth hormone rBST*

Disclaimer: I have received one or more of the products mentioned above in exchange for my honest review. I was not paid for my thoughts and opinions. What was written above are 100 percent my own and was in no way influenced by the brand or anyone.

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