Dreamfields Pasta Angel Hair, 13.25 Ounce Boxes

Make Dreamfields Pasta Part of Your Healthy Carb Lifestyle. Delicious, nutritious and easy! Our fiber-rich Dreamfields pasta makes a flavorful and healthy meal in minutes. Prepare it with your choice of colorful vegetables, lean meat or fish, grated cheese, and a savory sauce.

Quick facts

  • Dreamfields has 5 grams of fiber and 7 grams of plant protein per serving
  • Dreamfields Helps you feel full with a balance of fibers and plant proteins
  • Dreamfields contains a Prebiotic fiber which helps promote healthy digestion
  • Dreamfields has all of the Taste and texture of traditional pasta

Top reviews

Its pretty much the same as normal pasta

Great for most people that are trying to control blood glucose impact of their foods by controlling digestible carbohydrates.

This stuff tastes the same as regular pasta. Just be sure to read the label on your pasta sauce so you don’t inadvertently take in a lot of sugars via the sauce, or better yet, make your own.

A few things to be aware of that I have discovered:

Don’t overcook it!

Don’t put cooked pasta in the sauce and heat it – that is, do NOT pour the sauce into the pasta and mix it up in the pan and heat it! Cook and drain the pasta firs according ot the directions ont he box, THEN plate the bare pasta first (possibly tossing it lightly in olive oil) and only then pour the sauce and other toppngs on and serve immediately.

Again: Don’t put the sauce, meat and cheese on the pasta until you actually plate it and serve it.

I’ve found if you “re-cook” Dreamfields “angel hair” pasta in normal (acidic) tomato based pasta sauces that it does hit my blood sugar a lot harder than if they are put together at the last minute. Same goes for overcooking it (aside from the fact that any pasta that’s overcooked turns to mush). My guess is the extra heat or acidity causes the “sequestered” carbs to break out and become available for digestion.

All in all, this stuff in incredible, and tastes no different than most other boxed pastas, and doesn’t cause the blood sugar spikes and weight gain that the normal pastas do. I bought a case of it, and have some of the other types of Dreamfields as well.

ArielCraigville, IN

insulin resistant diabetics beware

This product tastes great and, I’m sure, is the great white hope for MANY Type II diabetics…just not me and probably others like me. I am quite insulin resistant and a couple of hours after my meal of Dreamfields my blood sugar was 149…….4 hours later it was 229 with NO additional food of any kind. I found out later that this is a known issue with this pasta with some insulin resistant diabetics. I feel that the Amazon page for this product should say that as should Dreamfield’s website. Just thought someone should warn people. (But it tastes great)
GuadalupeHickman, NE

Fret no more!

Here at last is a low-carb pasta so good that you will be able to enjoy your favorite dishes whenever you wish. [My concern is low carb eating to lose weight; I can’t address the blood sugar situation.]
But a major bane of a low-carb diet has been the necessary elimination of pasta. And we all know that whole wheat pastas just aren’t the same. Well, Dreamfields is just the same. Welcome back, quick, easy, delicious pasta meals. A jar of that wonderful Costco White Linen Collection Marinara Sauce, 2 carbs per 1/2 cup, and a quarter cup [cooked] of Dreamfields pasta, and: Bob’s your uncle! You have a lovely dinner, with a simple salad, and the next day your weight will not be affected negatively [don’t eat any cake, though!].
Happy days are here again!
OmerQuebeck, TN

GREAT Pasta!

We love this pasta. We don’t have any blood sugar problems, but like to limit our carb intake. Dreamfields is great tasting pasta, but you don’t have to pay a fortune for it. We have an imported pasta we like better, but it’s $8-$9 for 12 oz. at a gourmet shoppe. We like this ALMOST as much, it’s low carb and MUCH less expensive. I can heartily recommend you try it.
LauriceDelaware, AR