Dreamfields Pasta Review and Giveaway

Who doesn’t love pasta? It’s easy to make, hard to screw up and always a nice comfort food. The problem is it’s high carbohydrates which in excess, turn into fat if not burned off, which is likely if you have pasta for dinner. I have tried just about everything to combat this issue – tofu noodles, miracles noodles, julienned zucchini, nothing seemed to measure up. That’s why when Dreamfields contacted me to review their low carb pasta, it felt like the angles had heard my cries! Ok, that might be a bit dramatic but, hey, if the shoe fits 🙂

Stats:

  • Only 5 grams of (digestible) carbs per serving which lessens post-meal blood glucose rise as compared to regular pasta.
  • Contains 5 grams of fiber per serving
  • Contains insulin which is ideal for those with diabetes but also helps with digestive health, satiety and calcium absorption.
  • Maintains the same taste and texture as traditional pasta

Baked Veggie Ziti

Vegetable Lasagna Rolls

Dreamfields was kind enough to offer one lucky Dishin’ About Nutrition reader the same package of pasta that I received. There are four ways to enter, leave a separate comment for each entry:

  1. Comment below telling me which pasta dish you would try first if you won
  2. Tweet about this giveaway. (sample tweet: Enter @DishNutrish’s giveaway to win a huge box of low-carb @HealthyPasta! http://wp.me/p19QAn-zQ)
  3. Add me to your blogroll
  4. Blog about this giveaway

This winner will be announced on Friday (8/5/11) so get your votes in before then! Good luck!

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37 responses to “Dreamfields Pasta Review and Giveaway

  1. I would love to whip up some vegan pumpkin lasagna if I won!

    katherinedibello (at) gmail (dot) com

  2. I would love to try the baked veggie ziti. Both look great but the ziti dish caught my eye.

  3. I’ve had a hankering for summer veggie lasagna rolls…so I’d probably make something like that. [And I’ve never actually HAD “summer veggie lasagna rolls,” but I imagine they would be good. :)]

  4. Yummy!! I would definitely try the baked veggie ziti first … then baked mac & cheese soon there after 🙂

  5. I tweeted!

    ps I always feel like I did something wrong when I say “I tweeted” … must just be me 😉

  6. Mmm I’d make lasagna!! I also tweeted!

  7. I would definitely love to try the baked veggie ziti

  8. Both look amazing!!! I would have to say the vegetable lasagna though

  9. Oh my gosh…the vegetable lasagna looks to die for!!

  10. I’d try the baked veggie ziti!

  11. the baked ziti looks good! i would want to try that!

  12. tweeted 🙂

  13. Kaila @ healthyhelperblog!

    I would try one of the many vegan cream sauce pasta dishes I’ve seen on a ton of blogs! They look so delish!!!!

  14. I’d try the vegetable lasagna rolls for certain!

  15. I love pasta…it’s the ultimate comfort food 🙂 In the summer I try to make it lighter with fresh veggies, olive oil and parmesan cheese. I’d love to try this pasta in my latest favorite dish 🙂

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  17. Can’t wait to try this pasta as soon as I can find it. Tired of the shiratake noodles that doesn’t have the texture of pasta. Recipes look really good. Your mother must have taught you well!!

  18. Yum! I would try the lasagna kind first!

  19. I tweeted the giveaway, @diabeticundrgrn

  20. I wanna try the veggie baked ziti….that looks AWESOME!

  21. I tweeted the giveaway.

  22. My sister in law got me hooked on blueberry vodka and sprite!

  23. The baked veggie ziti sounds really good!

  24. You are already on my blogroll.

  25. Cool giveaway! I’d try a baked ziti type of recipe since that’s what I really enjoy when I go out for Italian foods.

  26. I would definitely try the vegetable rolls! I’ve never experimented with rolls, only lasagne so it could be something new to try!

  27. The Baked Veggie Ziti would be first on my list…it reminds me of my Mom’s recipe which I loved as a kid. Thanks!

  28. Another vote for the lasagna. I think even my carnivore family couldn’t resist. Looks so good.

  29. The vegetarian lasagna rolls would be the first one that I’d try. My husband hates zucchini, so I think I’d have a better shot at him eating the lasagna. Looks wonderful!

  30. Lenna (veganlenna)

    That pasta sounds really good! I would try your veggie lasagnas, they look awesome 🙂

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