The mac and cheese comes with dried pasta and a cheese packet. The pasta is made from corn flour. The cheese sauce contains milk, so it’s not dairy free. It takes about 8-10 minutes to cook. Then, you drain it and add the cheese sauce.
With a Randall’s card, the mac and cheese cost less than $4, which was less than the Annie’s brand. I will say that I’ve tried the Annie’s brand, both regular and gluten free, and I’m more of a Kraft fan. Unfortunately, I’ve yet to find gluten free Kraft Mac and Cheese.
The verdict? It had a lot of sodium and tasted quite salty. I didn’t finish it. I tasted the pasta alone, and it was fine. I feel it was the sauce that needed improvement.
Will I buy it again? No.
Was it worth the drive, to try a new gluten free mac and cheese that had the possibility of being a real treat? Absolutely.