Costco Now Has A Cauliflower Pasta | Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free and Paleo

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Costco has pasta you can feel good about eating!

Cauliflower has yet again reinvented itself, and this one might be the best one yet! We’ve seen it transform into a substitution for some of our favorite carbs including potato, rice, and even pizza crust. Head to Costco where you score Taste Republic’s newest addition – Cauliflower Linguini!

This gluten and grain-free pasta alternative is non-GMO, certified Paleo, and each 3-oz portion contains 2.5 servings of vegetables. Each pack contains 32-ounces of cauliflower linguini.

back view of a package of cauliflower pasta

This is similar to fresh pasta and is found in the refrigerated foods section. It can also be frozen if you don’t plan on using it right away.

Cauliflower Linguini is super versatile and will pair perfectly with any sauce you would typically put on pasta. Alfredo, Bolognese, Primavera… the sky’s the limit. Plus, the cooking time is super fast – only 3 minutes!

Cauliflower Pasta in case at store

If you’re looking to get more veggies in your day, be sure to be on the lookout for this at your local Costco store for around $9.79 – prices may vary by location. Plus, check Instacart as this may be available for delivery in your area!

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Comments 14

  1. Kathleen

    Thank you so much for this! It’s even certified GF ❤

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome, Kathleen!

  2. kmark

    ATTENTION- this is NOT dairy free!!’ Please read your label before buying and labeling dairy free. This has egg in it!!!!! Yes, eggs are dairy!! Be cautious of processed foods like these

    • mudaliar1

      Eggs are not dairy…

      • kmark

        I literally have a bachelors in nutrition and am getting my doctorate to become a Chiropractor. Dairy is: milk, eggs, yogurt, butter and cheese. While internet often says eggs aren’t technically dairy, at most schools of nutrition they are considered dairy. While there is some grey area, eggs are just as inflammatory as other dairy products and are often grouped with dairy. These noodles either way are not a healthy choice. Make zucchini noodles for your best dietary options. These noodles have xanthen gun in them which in excess can cause gastrointestinal issues. So all around, these noodles are crap.

        • mudaliar1

          Dairy is literally defined as the products of the mammary gland of an animal. Did your school teach you that’s where eggs come from? If so, You might want a refund.

        • Ms

          According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, dairy refers to “all fluid milk products and foods made from milk.” This includes milk, yogurt, cheese, ice cream, and butter. Eggs are not included. They belong in the meat, poultry, fish, and eggs category, and are considered animal products.

    • Amy

      they are not. just because they are in the dairy isle does not make them dairy. it is certainly possible to have both an egg and dairy allergy, but they are not grouped into one.

    • SB

      oh my. I hope you are joking?? Eggs are eggs, which come from chickens. Diary is cows milk products, which is anything that is made from the milk from a cow. They are NOT the same!

    • Lase

      Lol. Dairy comes from cows, goats and they do not lay eggs.

  3. IH

    Eggs are dairy? Yeah, when pigs fly! Wait, does that mean pork is chicken?! Lol

  4. Kelli

    If your counting carbs this is high I believe so check it!

    • Alyssa

      Yikes! You are so right. 41 net carbs per serving. That’s a pass for me.

  5. hellotashakitty

    Aw man, such a bummer when cauliflower products end up being high in carbs.

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