This is an old time treat without the sugar. Many of us remember growing up and spinning letters together trying to get those e’s and a’s in the right place to make words in our alphabet soup. Now you can continue these fun memories with the next generation or great grand kids. Try Alphabet Pasta in homemade chicken noodle or tomato soup, however, you may want to skip the soup altogether and serve them with seasoned cheese sauce or with plain butter.
Another way to have fun with these quarter inch size letters is to play spelling games seeing who can make the most words from one pile, or use them for lettering art projects, or for making name place cards for your child’s next party.
Usage:1 Pound of pasta to 4 quarts of water. Bring water to a boil. Add salt to taste if desired. Add pasta gently. Return to a rolling boil and stir occasionally. Pasta is cooked when tender, but firm to the bite. Drain pasta in a colander and serve.
Ingredients:Durum Semolina, Niacin, Ferrous Sulfate (Iron), Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid. Contains: Wheat
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Posted by Unknown on 25th May 2012
Always get great product from them I can not get Alphabet Pasta where we live
Posted by angie k. on 9th Aug 2011
I boil the noodles and add some marinara sauce then i melt some cheese over it and top it off with parmasian its a fun meal that my kids love!
Great Product for making Toddler's Lunch!
Posted by Rachel S. on 31st May 2011
I wanted to stop paying Campbell's Soup to make lunch for my kids. So I made some chicken broth from chicken bouillon granules and added in this pasta. It cooks up just fine. The letters are very small - not quite 1/2 inch tall. But they are fun for teaching kids letters of the alphabet.