Growing up, pasta came in two forms to my house: dried spaghetti and dried macaroni. Â Boy, have my horizons expanded. Â 🙂
We recently received some samples from Cappello’s
Braden said “This is pretty good pasta. Â It’s good cold and by itself.” Â After tasting the pasta, I added some pesto and fresh parmesan to mine (the pesto was awaiting a chance such as this for me to finish it off).
Thick, kind of buttery tasting. Â It only takes 45 seconds to cook after the water boils, and feels like you’re eating a fancy restaurant pasta. Â The pasta is much more filling than it looks. Â I couldn’t finish my helping.
The cookie dough comes ready-to-slice.
The cookies have a crispy bottom and very thin “crust.” Â Soft and chewy insides with huge chunks of chocolate await you. Â These cookies have a great flavor and sometimes you taste the sea salt, which gives the cookie a bit more sophistication. Â They taste like cookies with nuts without the annoyance (at least to me) of chunks of nuts.
Carter: “mmm, yummy”
Braden said they are soft and slightly oily, and have a good amount of chocolate. Â Martin said they were soft and chewy and held together really well while he dipped them in milk.
I’d say give them a try (especially if you are avoiding grains)!
Cappello’s would like to share this infographic with you: