The Hain Celestial Group
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I have a 14 month old that is allergic to milk, egg, peanuts, tree nuts and shell fish. we just found out a couple months ago so I am trying to find new foods as well. I found one brand by Mrs. Leepers and its 100% organic. They have Rice or Corn pasta noodles that are safe of these ingredients. They are also gluten and wheat free. Their web site is . I get mine at the health food store we have in our little town. The baby loves them. I also found a soy butter by earth balance that is really good. I am still trying to find safe egg substitutes so if you have any ideas please let me know
Flavored (like spinach or tomato)
What it's made of: Don't let the mention of vegetables fool you. Even though a tiny amount of veggies are added to these white or whole wheat pastas for color, it's not actually enough to make a difference nutritionally.
Who should eat it: If you can tolerate gluten and crave the slightly veg-like taste, eating flavored pasta is fine. But pick a whole wheat version—and don't fool yourself into thinking that you're actually getting a serving of vegetables.
Good to know: If you decide to buy, check the label first. Some flavored pastas contain food dye to make their color more vibrant, says Swift.
One to try: Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Spinach Spaghetti ( )