|Price:||$25.67 ($0.71 / Ounce)|
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Conte's Gluten Free Stuffed Shells, 12-Ounce Bags (Pack of 3)
- Pack of three, 12-ounce bags (total of 36-ounces)
- All natural product
- Wheat free; gluten free
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Gluten Free Dough: Domata Living Flour (Rice Flour, Corn Starch, Tapioca Dextrin, Xanthan Gum) Eggs, Water, Salt, Canola Oil, Guar Gum, Sodium Alginate. Filling: Whole Milk Ricotta Cheese(pasteurized Whole Milk, Starter, Salt), Romano Cheese(pasteurized Sheeps Milk, Rennet, Bacterial Culture, Salt) Eggs, Salt, Parsley. Contains: Milk, Eggs. Good Manufacturing Practices are Used to Segregate Ingredients In A Facility That Also Processes Wheat.
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Top Customer Reviews
If you recollect, prior to your Celiac diagnosis, the taste of fantastic Italian food as I do having grown up in New York City, which has some of the greatest Italian food this side of the pond, then you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference. Full of cheesy goodness, perfect pasta, I can find absolutely no fault with this product - and I am picky.
Yes, they're a bit pricey, but one pack is enough two adults. Served with some nice GF breadsticks, and a salad, and if you occasionally imbibe, a glass of good red wine, this is heaven. And let's face it, life is tough enough for a Celiac - aren't you worth it? (The response ought to be a resounding YES!)
NOTE: Be sure to place your order on Sunday night through Tuesday night to ensure that the package, which is shipped frozen, doesn't thaw too quickly while it languishes in some depot over a week-end. Mine arrived cold, but thawed. Froze the other 2 packs and ate the third that same night.
The consistency is that of regular pasta and the flavor is simply Italian.
The only thing is, I saw that the bag said it had 3 servings in it, so when pouring it out into my pan I was a little disappointed that there were only 6 shells. So, they consider 2 shells a serving. Yeah, right. Well, anyway, I did end up eating the whole thing, which was too much. 3 would be fine if you had a salad or meatballs or something else to go with them, but 2. Not! 4 is where I should've stopped, but I just couldn't stand putting 2 shells in the fridge, so I forced myself to eat them. Shame on me, but they sure were good!
I paid $7 for them at the store, I believe. So, Amazon's price seems way too pricey! See if your local health food store has them before spending this extra money here and for shipping! They really are probably the best "health" food I've ever bought. Besides ricemellow creme! That stuff is AWESOME!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
By far,the best gluten-free ravioli I ever tasted. Tender dough with delicious filling. I order again and again.Published 13 months ago by Math Whiz
Can't tell it's GF!! If you love stuffed shells and/or ravioli and want gluten free, Conte's is the way to go! Glad I ordered this several times and will keep ordering!Published 24 months ago by elsa
My son has an allergy to gluten and soy. The ingredients say that it is soy and gluten free but when i got it home, it has vegetable oil in it which contains soybean oil most of... Read morePublished on February 12, 2014 by K. Trickey
Just like what you would hope for. The ricotta was tasty and abundant and the shells were perfect! I added my own sauce and lots of cheese. Read morePublished on January 30, 2014 by Carin Jones
My family has turned gluten free. They were just about to revolt till I found these great tasting stuffed shells. Cant tell thier not wheatPublished on December 7, 2012 by mary