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Annie's Homegrown Gluten-Free Rice Pasta & Cheddar Mac & Cheese, 6-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 12)
- Made with 100% Real Cheese
- Made With Rice Pasta
- Good Source of Calcium & Protein
- No Artificial Flavors, Synthetic Colors, or Preservatives.
- Cheese from cows not treated with growth hormone rBST (no significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBST-treated and non rBST-treated cows).
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About the Brand
Annie's Homegrown has stayed committed to its goals even as the company has expanded. With distribution in all 50 states, it's become the second-largest brand of macaroni and cheese in the U.S. And in their own words: "We know we're the first most delicious."
History of Annie's Homegrown
After creating Smartfood in 1982, one of the fastest-selling snack food products in U.S. history, Annie Withey co-founded Annie's Homegrown in 1989 with the idea of making a great-tasting, all-natural macaroni and cheese. In the end, though, she did a lot more than that.
In 1998, Annie's Homegrown was the first to develop and introduce three amazing kinds of organic macaroni and cheese. At the end of 2001, Annie's introduced a line of certified organic pasta, dressed up in a lovely bright purple box. And in 2005, Annie's introduced three flavors of Deluxe Mac and Cheese, four awesome flavors of organic crackers that they call Cheddar Bunnies, and three flavors of graham crackers called Bunny Grahams, made with organic ingredients.
Annie continues to be the inspirational leader of Annie's. She works from her home in Connecticut, answering some consumer letters and providing input on new product and marketing ideas. She remains the company's corporate conscience.
Flavor: Cheddar Mac & Cheese | Size: 6 Ounce (Pack of 12)
From the Manufacturer
Real food tastes better
For 25 years, Annie’s has been nourishing families with simple, down-to-earth foods that taste great and are easy to love. We never use artificial flavors, synthetic colors, or preservatives in our mac and cheese. Made with real cheese from cows not treated with the growth hormone rBST*.
In 1989, Annie Withey co-founded Annie’s Homegrown with the goal of giving families healthy and delicious foods and to show by example that a successful business can also be socially responsible. Annie chose Bernie, her pet rabbit, to be the brand’s 'Rabbit of Approval'. She put her address and phone number on the original boxes to encourage consumers to connect with her. Today, we continue to value direct and honest communication with our consumers.
We sell premium products made from high-quality wholesome ingredients at affordable prices. Our products appeal to health-conscious consumers who seek to avoid the artificial flavors, synthetic colors and preservatives used in many conventional packaged foods. Today, we offer over 175 products, including mac and cheese, Cheddar Bunnies, fruit snacks, crackers, graham snacks, granola bars, salad dressings, condiments, and more.
Annie’s sources only from places and people we trust, with high emphasis on quality, as well as agricultural and environmental sustainability. We believe in transparency and we work with trusted suppliers to source only non-GMO ingredients.
Contains milk ingredients.
Rice Pasta (Rice Flour, Water), Cheddar Cheese (Cultured Pasteurized Milk, Salt, Enzymes), Whey, Buttermilk, Butter, Salt, Annatto Extract (Color), and Natural Flavor.
Boil 6 cups of water in a medium saucepan. Stir in macaroni, bring to a boil again. Cook at Medium boil for 10-12 minutes or until done. Drain macaroni in a colander. Add 1/4 cup low fat milk (1/2 cup low fat yogurt) and cheese sauce mix to the warm saucepan and mix well with a whisk. For a thicker and cheesier sauce, add less milk. Pour macaroni over sauce, mix well and serve. Traditional way: for richer flavor, add tablespoons of butter. One serving provides a good source of calcium.
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Top Customer Reviews
For those who like to see ingredients, here is a comparison (and please note I am not a nutritionist - just writing a friendly review:):
Kraft Mac & Cheese:
Cheese sauce mix ingredients: whey (milk protein), milk protein concentrate, milk, milkfat and cheese culture, salt, sodium tripolyphosphate, sodium phosphate and calcium phosphate, Yellow 5 and Yellow 6, citric acid, lactic acid and enzymes.
Annie's Rice Pasta & Cheddar: cheddar cheese (cultured pasturized milk, salt, non-animal enzymes), whey, buttermilk, salt, cream, natural flavor, natural sodium phosphate, annatto extract for natural color.
*wiki annatto extract: Annatto coloring is produced from the reddish pericarp or pulp which surrounds the seed of the achiote (Bixa orellana L.). It is used in many natural cheeses (e.g., Cheddar, Red Leicester, Gouda (cheese) and Brie), margarine, butter, rice, smoked fish, and custard powder.
Annie's also has less sodium and sugars, which I am grateful for.Read more ›
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.
Great product and I appreciate Amazon stocking quality, good tasting gluten free items like this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We're regular customers of this Brand. My family loves it, and its easy to make and gluten free. Yummy and creamy!Published 9 days ago by Mother & Creatrix
Tastes exactly like I want it to. Nice full flavor. My kids and I love it without the guilt of of the other brands.Published 1 month ago by Misty D. Savo
Better than average box mac n cheese. The pasta is not as gummy as some other brands and holds up well for leftovers. Our go-to meal when no one wants to thaw or cook anything.Published 1 month ago by Kim K. Gilbert
It's good. It really doesn't feed a whole family because my two children eat a box on their own. I gave it five stars because you really can't tell it's gluten free. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jen