I love pasta.
I’d blame it on my Italian heritage, but I’m pretty sure I’d love pasta if I was from the North Pole.
There are so many delicious varieties on the market these days, and I think I’ve tried most of them.
I really love Barilla pastas, especially the thin spaghetti, which comes in a whole grain variety.
While thin, the whole grain flavor really holds up well to different sauces like marinara, arrabbiata or Alfredo.
Barilla whole grain pasta is made with 51 percent whole wheat in the form of durum wheat flour with semolina and oat fiber.
Each serving contains 6 grams of dietary fiber and 7 grams of protein, with 1.5 grams of fat and 200 calories.
We had it for dinner recently with a chunky marinara sauce made with fresh tomatoes from Brookshire’s, and it was heavenly.