£2.9974.8p per 100g
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per 100g|
|of which saturates||0.3 g|
|of which sugars||0.9 g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (43)
Really Handy for Weaning & Small Children
We have used this anellini since we weaned our son, who is now 4yrs & are once again using this pasta to wean his sister. That being said we have also found it really handy to feed a 2, 3 & 4yr old because it is so much more manageable than many pasta shapes for them to handle, helping to develop their independence & confidence. Equally however we love this brand of gluten free pasta for ourselves too & find it reasonably tasty & good quality. However, they really need to do something to improve the cooking size of the instructions on the packet - it is tiny!. It is only because we have used it for years that I find it quite straightforward to find the timing instructions - but my husband still struggles!.
We like this in soup and for making meals for my now 1 year old, it was really great when we were weaning him and while he is going through his no chewing phase!
Good to use in soup
I wouldnt normally buy pasta this small, but I thought Id give it a try. I put some in a home made soup, and it was a nice addition. The fact that it is gluten free was a bonus too.
Ok, not great
Probably wouldn't get this again
I received this to review and thought it tasted fantastic. Youd never know it was gluten free. As the hoops are very small Im not sure how often I would use it, but it would be great for soups.
Tastes the same as normal pasta
No one could make out a difference and this is definitely a healthier option with the added quinoa and brown rice.