Kraft Cheesey Pasta Reviews
Product Type: Kraft Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Kraft / Type: Other Ready Meals / "Canadian thrash metal band Annihilator pays homage to Kraft Dinner in the ... more
Newest Review: ... hypercritical but the strength of the cheese sauce is just perfect. Summary: Kraft Cheesy Pasta, is probably my favourite ... more
by - written on 26/08/11 (Very useful, 127 readings)
Cheese is probably my favourite food ever. Followed by pasta, so it's a natural progression to Kraft Cheesey Pasta. This is something I have eaten frequently over the years, apart from a fairly long period where I was working to lose weight (guess what I had for my last supper the night before I started?) I buy this regularly from both Morrisons and Tesco where it has been on special at about 67p a box for a long time. This comes in a red cardboard box with a picture of some yummy looking cheesey pasta on the front, along with a brief nutritional breakdown. One box claims to feed 3, but I think this is a bit ambitious unless you are having something with it. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/09, updated on 28/04/09 (Very useful, 238 readings)
It's only recently that I've even considered tasting pasta of any kind. It's not really something that's ever appealed to me. I needs meat in my dinner and lots of it, wiv gravy and roast pots. OR CHIPS. My son's girlfriend comes to us at the weekend and she prefers to eat Pasta other than that which we are having which is usually beef. She has persuaded me to try it now and then. On this occasion however I was very pleasantly surprised. It comes in an uninspiring red box with cheesy pasta written in yellow letters and a few nutritional bits on the back. The actual Pasta is very small less than half an inch long by less than an eighth on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 148 readings)
I'm sure most of us have had Kraft Cheesey Pasta. In my view it is a cheap and easy to make meal, and I often have a box in the cupboard for those can't be bothered eating much times! This is sold in a 190g box and costs abot 90p in Supermarkets. Sometimes you get offers such as 3 for £2 etc, but often it is just the normal price, which is pretty cheap anyway! This is in a red box, so it stands out on the shelf easily. I normally find this around the Pot Noodle/Pasta breaks aisles. There is a picture in the front of this pasta cooked, and it looks nice and Cheesy. On the sides of the box is the cooking instructions, and on the back is the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/01/13 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Cheesy Pasta from Kraft Is an Instant Macaroni pasta which takes around 8 minutes to prepare on a hob and 6 minutes to prepare in a 750w microwave. Packaging: The packaging is quite standard with the background being red and the lettering being in yellow, at the front it clearly labels the nutritional content, there is not much waste packaging and because its cardboard it is more environmentally friendly than plastic containers. Nutrition: The Box contains 190 grams of pasta which is supposed to serve 2 but I find I need to use the whole packet unless I am eating something particularly filling. Per 100 grams the box tells us ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/09 (Very useful, 87 readings)
Kraft Cheesey Pasta Description: Manufacturer: Kraft / Type: Ready Meal ww.kraft.co.uk This is basically a box filled with dried pasta and a sachet of powdered cheese sauce. You simply cook the pasta in a few minutes and then add the sachet, along with a little milk and butter. Hey presto, you now have cheesy pasta, one box being enough to serve 2 as a snack or side or 1 as a main meal. This is a very bright orange colour and may seem a bit offputting, however, I simply love it! It tastes creamy and delicious and yet not stodgy or sickly. Don't get me wrong, it isn't macaroni cheese, and if you expect it to be then you ... Read the complete review
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