NEW Goodles Pasta is a better-for-you noodle with the same great flavors and textures

GOODLES Pasta Now Available at Whole Foods. Image Courtesy of GOODLES
GOODLES Pasta Now Available at Whole Foods. Image Courtesy of GOODLES /

Are you looking for a better-for-you pasta that is packed with all of the essential nutrients? Look no further than with Goodles!

Goodles is a pasta brand that is trying to take the stigma away that a pasta that is healthier for you, tastes, looks, and feels different. With Goodles, you get all of the same tastes and textures as a regular noodle, except these ones are much better for you!

Goodles are delicious AND good for you! What more could you want?

Here are some of the important nutrition facts to know all about Goodles before trying them:

  • 10g of Protein
  • 7g of Fiber
    • With Prebiotics
  • 21 Different Nutrients from Plant Sources
  • Fewer Net Carbs
  • Low Glycemic Index Food
    • An Eating Plan Based On How Different Foods Affect Your Blood Sugar Levels

With Goodles comes three different shapes of pasta that we already know and love! Here they are:

  • Lucky Penne (Penne)
  • Loopdy-Loos (Cavatappi)
  • Curveballs (Pipette)

If you shop at Whole Foods, Goodles just became a buyable product there, but if you don’t live by one or have never been to one before, you can always go ahead and buy them on their website! As far as retail prices, Whole Foods is selling each box for $4.49. When it comes to the six-packs on their website, they are selling them for $22.90.

If you like a shortcut every once in a while, Goodles also has their very own line of Mac and Cheeses which can be found at Target. Some of their Mac flavors include: Shella Good (White Cheddar), Cheddy Mac (Creamy Cheddar), and Mover & Shaker (Cacio E Pepe).

If you’re like me and you love to whip up your own batch of pasta, then Goodles is also perfect just for you! Here are the ingredients that I personally use to make my own ‘Alfredo’ Sauce:

  • Flour
  • Butter
  • Milk
  • Parmesan Cheese
  • Shredded Cheddar or Colby Jack Cheese
  • Salt
  • Pepper

For my recipe, I just start with butter in a pan, melt it all up and then add in the flour. Create a thick roux and then add in your milk, cheeses, and salt and pepper to taste. Mix until to your desired thickness, add in your Goodles, and BAM! Lunch (or dinner, or breakfast, or midnight snack for that matter) is served! Enjoy!

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Have you ever tried Goodles before? If so, then what’s your favorite shape to work with? I personally like them all! If not, then what the heck are you waiting for?! I personally have never tried their Mac and Cheeses before, but am super excited to try them eventually! Share your very own personal sauce recipe that you think will go well with these! Eat up and enjoy as always!!