(There's no doubt that I'm a big fan of Dreamfields pasta! But new information about Dreamfields has come out since I chose it as one of my picks in 2011. Dreamfields has now removed the words "Low-Carb" from their packaging, but this pasta product still has more fiber and protein than most pasta on the market. However if you're concerned about carbs and blood sugar, you may want to do some research to decide if Dreamfields is suitable for you. And although the glowing review below was written some time ago, I am still eating Dreamfields sparingly like I always did.)
If you've been reading my blog for any length of time, you know I love Dreamfields low-carb pasta, made with a special process that makes the glycemic index and digestible carb count lower than regular white flour pasta. I even order it by the case from Amazon.com when I can't find certain shapes in my local stores!
I've been eating Dreamfields for so long that I can hardly believe I'm just now making it one of my Kalyn's Kitchen Picks, where I recommend products I've tried and loved so much that I would happily buy them over and over. There's no doubt that Dreamfields has been one of my favorite products for a long time now, but even so this post has an important caution about Dreamfields (especially for people who need to monitor their blood sugar for health reasons) so if you're a Dreamfields fan, please read on.