Review: Gluten-Free Ronzoni Spaghetti
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Sep 10 2013

Review: Gluten-Free Ronzoni Spaghetti

Just a few weeks back I shared the news that Ronzoni had added a gluten-free pasta to their line-up.  I didn’t expect to find the product on my local grocery store shelves so soon, so I was thrilled when I found it Saturday. 

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The 12 oz. package retails for $2.49.  Print this coupon for $1.00 off to make it even cheaper!

Ingredients: White rice flour, brown rice flour, corn flour, quinoa flour, mono and diglycerides.

My store only had the spaghetti version on the shelves, but Ronzoni is also making gluten-free rotini and penne rigate.  I immediately began to plan dinner around this box of pasta.  Jon likes meatballs, Hannah doesn’t.  Jon likes red sauce, Hannah likes white.  Fortunately I keep both on hand so they could each have the pasta dish they wanted. 

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The instructions on the box are just like any other gluten-free pasta.  Cook in water (salted) for 7-9 minutes, depending how you like your pasta.  The pasta cooked just as it was supposed to and I didn’t find it sticking to itself like I do with some other gluten-free pastas.  The kids enjoyed their meals, as did I.  The pasta is tender and holds up well to reheating.   A great addition to the gluten-free pastas already on the market at a great price!

The Ronzoni gluten-free pasta can be found in stores nationwide.  Use the store locator to find the closest location to you.  Don’t forget to print this coupon for $1.00 off of Rozoni gluten-free pastaHave you spotted or tried the new Ronzoni gluten-free pasta?  If so, how does it measure up to the other gluten-free pastas you have tried?

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Kimberly Bouldin is a gluten-free wife, runner & blogger with two children in Columbus, Ohio. After her celiac diagnosis in 2006, she has made it her mission to embrace an entirely new approach to nutrition in a gluten-free world, exploring options that run the gamut from "made from scratch" homemade bread to sampling and reviewing the gluten-free prepared foods that are continuously being introduced to the market. While navigating the waters of becoming gluten-free, Kim shares her experiences and passes along valuable product reviews in addition to helping other moms of celiac kids develop healthy menus that are kid-friendly and palatable. Kimberly is a valuable resource for those who are newly diagnosed, as well as for the more seasoned gluten-free veterans. Follow Kim on Twitter!

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  1. meagansmom says:

    I tried the spaghetti and this is by far the best GF spaghetti I have tried so far. My non-GF hubby thought it was good, too. Also thought it was worth mentioning that I found this in Kroger on the regular pasta shelf (not in the specialty/organic/etc section) and that Kroger also has it’s own GF pasta now, too, but I have not yet tried that. I’d love to know if someone else has and what they thought!

    • kbouldinrun says:

      So glad to hear that you enjoyed this as well! I haven’t seen or tried the Kroger brand GF pasta, but I do like their brand GF waffles – inexpensive and 8/box as opposed to only 6/box with other GF brands.

      Kim

  2. meagansmom says:

    I tried the spaghetti and this is by far the best GF spaghetti I have tried so far. My non-GF hubby thought it was good, too. Also thought it was worth mentioning that I found this in Kroger on the regular pasta shelf (not in the specialty/organic/etc section) and that Kroger also has it’s own GF pasta now, too, but I have not yet tried that. I’d love to know if someone else has and what they thought!

    • kbouldinrun says:

      So glad to hear that you enjoyed this as well! I haven’t seen or tried the Kroger brand GF pasta, but I do like their brand GF waffles – inexpensive and 8/box as opposed to only 6/box with other GF brands.

      Kim

  3. meagansmom says:

    I tried the waffles yesterday! on sale 2/$4 and very yummy

  4. meagansmom says:

    I tried the waffles yesterday! on sale 2/$4 and very yummy

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