Ever since I tried the Al Dente Carba-Nada Noodles I have been hooked. I purchased the Egg Fettuccine and Garlic noodles from my local meat market and have incorporated them into my meal planning (for myself) because for 1 ½ cups its 3 points plus values. I admit when I purchased them in store I paid upwards to $5 a bag, which is pricy, especially when a box of pasta typically runs $1-1.50/box.
These noodles themselves taste like pasta and with red sauce or alfredo sauce on them you truly don’t notice a difference between the Carba-Nada and normal run of the mill fettuccine. I’m especially a fan of the serving size because since I am a volume eater having 1 ½ cups is definitely something I enjoy, especially without the added guilt.
I searched on Amazon for the Carba-nada noodles and I found the Egg Fettuccine Noodles for sale in a 6-pack case for a pretty decent price. The case cost me $20.53 which came out to be $3.42/bag. Ideally I do have more pasta on my hands, but I saved about 1/3 so I’ll gladly store it away and use it up. I will note if you’d like to try the brand check out the Al Dente website, find a store that sells it in your local area and then call that store before going in. There are stores that carry the Al Dente brand but not the Carba-Nada line. If you do end up liking them I’d strongly suggest comparing your store prices to the Amazon prices. A penny saved, is a penny earned, right?
Have you tried the Al Dente Carba-Nada line?