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Annie's Bunny Pasta with Yummy Cheese Macaroni & Cheese 6 oz. Box (Pack of 12)
- 6 oz. Box of Bunny Shaped Pasta with Yummy Cheese
- Made with Organic Pasta
- No Artificial Flavors, Synthetic Colors, or Preservatives
- Made with 100% Real Cheese
- Bunny and Carrot Shaped Cheddar Pasta
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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: Bunny Pasta & Yummy Cheese | Size: 6 Ounce (Pack of 12)
From the Manufacturer
*No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBST-treated and non rBST-treated cows.
Annie's Homegrown Bunny Shape Pasta & Yummy Cheese Mac & Cheese
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.
- The bottom line: we know that real food tastes better. That’s why every ingredient we use to make our food is chosen with care.
Contains milk and wheat ingredients. Made on shared equipment that also processes egg and soy.
Annie's durum semolina pasta, original white Vermont cheddar cheese (milk, salt, cheese cultures, enzymes), whey, sweet cream buttermilk.
Boil 6 cups water in a medium saucepan. Stir in pasta, bring to boil again. Cook at medium boil for 10 to 12 minutes or until done. Drain in a colander. Add 2-4 tablespoons low fat milk (or 1/2 cup low fat yogurt) and cheese sauce mix to the warm saucepan and mix well with a whisk. Pour pasta over sauce, mix well and serve. Traditional Way: For richer flavor, add 2 tablespoons of butter.
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Top Customer Reviews
I just can't let stand some mis-information comparing the two.
One correction needed is "I love mac and cheese and I know how to make it. -- The cheese powder doesn't dissolve entirely, and it tends to stick to the pasta in dry little clumps rather than blend into an actual sauce."
But if the preparation instructions are followed this is nearly impossible to happen. On the other hand, if one were to improperly prepare the Annie's product (for example using the Kraft preparation instructions), then this is exactly what you could get - clumps! The Annie product preparation instruction state to put 2-4 tablespoons of skim milk + the cheese sauce mix into the warm empty pot and wisk well until SMOOTH, and only then to add the cooked pasta into the pot. Whereas, Kraft tells you to pour the dry cheese powder on top of the cooked pasta.
As to the calories: "Now hear this: Annie's has more and fat and calories than KRAFT."
This is not true, again, if prepared according to the instructions. Kraft is 380 calories 23% from fat whereas Annie's is only 290 calories 8% from fat.
Note that Annie's obtains this by eliminating the need for butter. If someone were go and add the same amount of butter to the Annie's recommended preparation method, then the calories and fat count would be higher. But this would be silly, since the Annie's cheese mix is blended to replace the need for the butter.
Side note: Annie's does list an alternative higher fat preparation method using ½ the amount of butter as Kraft. In this case the calories would be roughly 350 with 18% coming from fat, still a little less than found with Kraft.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I don't like Kraft cheese since it tastes powdery. Unfortunately, this product tastes like Kraft, so I probably won't repurchase.Published 4 days ago by Jason L Hoggan
Our family likes this mac and cheese better than any other boxed kind out there. You can change it up too (ie. margarine instead of milk or yogurt instead of butter).Published 11 days ago by Tiana Wilson
Love this stuff. Bought it on Prime day, normally it cheaper at places like Target, who regularly as sales for a dollar a box.Published 13 days ago by Stephen Lesniak