Costco Is Selling Cauliflower Linguini That Has 2.5 Servings Of Veggies, But Tastes Like Pasta

When chickpea pasta first came on the scene, it cut the amount of carbs, added more protein, and proved that tasty, healthier pasta is possible. Now you can have an Italian meal with vegetables as the main dish, thanks to Taste Republic’s Cauliflower Linguini.

The brand announced that its Cauliflower Linguini, which is gluten-free, grain-free, and made with cauliflower, hit 55 Costco locations across California and Nevada in April. The 32-ounce package is split into two 16-ounce sections, so you have just the amount you need for a couple meals. For $9.89, you have a couple healthy dinners that are sure to pair with whatever sauce you’re craving on a particular night.

Less than a week ago, Taste Republic said that while its limited-edition run in Costco stores is winding down, it’s only a matter of time until it’s back. If you can’t find the Cauliflower Linguini, don’t worry too much, because it’ll be back in the San Diego region of California in early July. It’ll also be coming to 30 stores in California, Arizona, and Colorado. Fingers crossed that it keeps expanding!

You might even get lucky with some lingering packs available in other states, because according to Instacart, the Cauliflower Linguini is available near me and I live in New Jersey. It’s worth a look the next time you run to Costco even if you’re not on the West Coast.

While Taste Republic makes a variety of pastas, including gluten-free, chickpea, and red lentil varieties, the linguini is the only one you can get that’s made out of cauliflower. Each 3-ounce serving contains about 2.5 servings of vegetables, so you’re doing yourself a favor by choosing it for dinner. Plus, since it’s packaged freshly made, it only takes 2 or 3 minutes to cook on the stovetop. Quick, tasty, andhealthy? Jackpot! 

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