Costco’s New Cauliflower Linguine Tastes Just Like Traditional Pasta
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Pasta lovers, this is the healthy answer to all of your carb cravings.
What if we told you there’s a cauliflower pasta that tastes like the real thing? And, even better, it contains over two servings of vegetables? This is no fantasy, it’s Costco’s new cauliflower linguine—and it’s the answer to all of your carb-y cravings!
Looking to incorporate more vegetables into your meals? Here’s how to make cauliflower rice.
Pasta, Meet Vegetables
This gluten-free, grain-free linguine is made by Taste Republic and is available in 16-ounce two-packs for the low price of $9.89. According to the package, each 3-ounce serving contains a whopping 2.5 servings of vegetables, so it’s practically a balanced meal in itself! Just add sauce and you’re good to go.
Treat this cauliflower pasta like you would traditional linguine—the only difference is that this pasta is fresh so it cooks up quicker than the dried kind. We suggest pairing it with a sauce made from fresh tomatoes and basil, ham and Swiss cheese, creamy clams—the options are endless!
How Can I Get My Hands On It?
Taste Republic mentioned on Instagram that its pasta is available in Costco stores across California and Nevada, and is expanding to stores in Colorado and Arizona in the coming weeks. But even if you don’t live in a western state, you still might be in luck. Be sure to check Instacart to see if it’s available for delivery. After all, healthy pasta and social distancing are a double win! Or, you can buy single packs of the cauliflower pasta straight from Taste Republic.