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Back To Nature Shells & Cheese Dinner, 6-Ounce (Pack of 12)
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Back To Nature Shells & Cheese Dinner, 6-Ounce (Pack of 12)

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Product Details:
Product Weight: 5.18 pounds
Package Length: 8.9 inches
Package Width: 7.6 inches
Package Height: 7.4 inches
Package Weight: 5.6 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 36 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.0 ( 36 customer reviews )
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8 of 8 found the following review helpful:

4Great with a few extra ingredients added.Jul 03, 2006
By C. Byrd "jagrsgirl"
I am a huge fan of organic foods and have experimented for years on how to get my children to eat things that are better for them. That said, this pasta is as good as any other on the market, but you can make it wonderful just by adding two simple ingredients. After I take the pasta out of the pan to drain it, I add about a tablespoon of light margarine (any soft butter-type spread will work) and about 3 tablespoons of fat free sour cream (you may also use plain yogurt). I whisk the cheese powder into this mixture and then add the pasta back to the mix. My kids finish an entire box EVERY time. Try it!

6 of 6 found the following review helpful:

4Great alternative to KraftMar 18, 2007
By Sexysmurf
My kids have always preferred Kraft Mac & Cheese. *I* did not prefer it's ingredients but I relented because they liked it. I took a chance and ordered this mac & cheese hoping they would like it. I have purchased other organics (like Annie's) which they hated so I wasn't holding out much hope. I made it in place of the Kraft for dinner one night and there wasn't even a comment made about the switch! They ate it up and wanted seconds! This is now a staple in my pantry and I feel better about serving mac & cheese twice a month or so since it's ingredients are organic. If your kids like Kraft but don't like Annie's, I encourage you to try Back to Nature

5 of 6 found the following review helpful:

5Great way to feed kids lots of veggiesDec 17, 2008
By Anatoliy Ryaboshapko "Dragonfly"
I like Back to Nature's mac and cheese a lot, my toddler do too. I do add my ingredients as well.
Here's what I do:
I cook pasta as directed, but on top of the pot with pasta I set a steamer basket with variety of frozen veggies, like mix of squash, cauliflower, green beans, carrots, corn, clove of garlic and either butternut squash or a winter pumpkin. By the time pasta is ready, veggies are nice and warm too. Then I cream all the veggies with some milk, cream and the cheese powder from the pouch. We never do anything low fat in our house, but if you do, you can use whatever you usually do. I add this sauce to the drained pasta, put it back on the burner just to warm it up again and add a good amount of a frozen carrot/sweet peas mixture. My kids finish their plates and ask for more. It's really good and you can never tell how much veggies are in there.

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5Tastes just as good as the blue box!May 29, 2012
By Lisa "Shopping Maven"
I haven't eaten Kraft Mac and Cheese for years because it wasn't organic and it was filled with chemicals and flavorings, etc. So I figured it was just something I couldn't have, and the organic brands at the grocery store were ridiculously expensive and tasted awful! Well, after reading the reviews here, I decided to give the Back To Nature Organic Mac and Cheese a try and I wasn't disappointed! It kinda felt like a treat to be able to eat it again! I didn't have regular milk on hand, so I used buttermilk instead and that gave it a really good, tangy flavor and seemed to enhance the cheese flavor as well. I did the Subscribe and Save option, so each box averaged out to about $1.65. I will definitely be ordering again!

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

1Terrible ...Dec 27, 2011
By M. Sawyer "Sawyer"
This Mac & Cheese is chalky and incredibly salty. I was shocked at the poor quality considering it is organic. My daughter took one bite and refused to eat it anymore. My husband ended up eating it, loaded with hot sauce, which was the only way he could tolerate it. Had it been possible to return it, I definitely would have.

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