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Simply Organic Seasoning Mix Alfredo Sauce -- 1.48 oz


Simply Organic Seasoning Mix Alfredo Sauce
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Simply Organic Seasoning Mix Alfredo Sauce -- 1.48 oz

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Simply Organic Seasoning Mix Alfredo Sauce Description

  • USDA Organic
  • 4 Steps
  • 10 Minutes Prep Time
  • 4 Servings
  • Non-GMO
  • Certified Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian
  • Kosher

Alfredo-- or pasta tossed with cheese and butter or cream has a long history. The dish was invented by Alfredo di Lelio at his restaurant Alfredo alla Scrofa in 1914. Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks fell in love with the dish while on their honeymoon in 1927, and brought it back to the states. Branches of Alfredo’s restaurants in the US soon followed.


Directions

You Will Need:

  • 1½ cups milk
  • 1½ tablespoons butter
  • 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese

Directions:

  1. In a saucepan, heat milk and butter until butter melts.
  2. Add packet contents to saucepan and stir until completely dissolved. Cook on medium heat for 5 minutes.
  3. Add Parmesan cheese and stir constantly for 20 seconds.
  4. Remove from heat and serve over freshly prepared fettuccine noodles, 8 ounces dry. Makes 4 servings.

Chef Suggests

For pasta primavera, prepare as above and toss in fresh sautéed vegetables.

 

For Alfredo style party potatoes, whip packet contents into 3-4 cups prepared mashed potatoes.

Free Of
Gluten, GMOs, pesticides.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tbsp. (11 g)
Servings per Container: About 4
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories35
   Calories from Fat0
Total Fat0 g0%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium310 mg13%
Total Carbohydrate7 g2%
   Dietary Fiber0 g0%
   Sugars2 g*
Protein2 g
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Calcium6%
Iron0%
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Organic nonfat dry milk, organic maltodextrin, organic potato starch, sea salt, organic natural butter flavor (organic maltodextirn, organic natural butter flavor, natural flavor), organic garlic, organic rice concentrate, organic white pepper, organic nutmeg.
Contains: milk.
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5 Kid-Friendly Seasonings for Healthier Meals at Home

Feeding kids shouldn’t be one of the major conundrums of parenthood — but it is. Sure, in an ideal world our two year olds are dining on delicacies like steamed salmon and asparagus or yellow curry, but the reality is in a society that assumes kids have the palates of a cartoon characters trapped in a fast food joint, it can be really tough to expand your kids’ food repertoire. When school cafeterias are pretending pizza sauce counts as a serving of vegetables and restaurant kid menus offer the same three things no matter where you go (chicken nuggets, burgers, and boxed macaroni and cheese) it’s not a stretch to say we’re fighting an uphill battle.

Hand Holding Half a Lemon to be Used as Food Seasoning Against Light Yellow Background | Vitacost.com/blog

Expanding your kids’ food preferences is a lot like hydroplaning in your car: make too much of a correction and you’ll go careening off the road, but if you steer into the slide you have better chance of gaining some traction. Instead of getting all crazy, start by introducing these awesome healthy and kid-friendly food seasonings to let them experience new flavors and rock their kinder-world with the mindblowing life lesson that there is another flavor besides ketchup.

1. Citrus (lemon, lime, orange)

This first one seems like a no-brainer considering it’s not exactly groundbreaking information that kids like fruit. Yet with all of our parenting brilliance we often forget that these flavors can perk up a lot of the old standbys at the dinner table. Baking chicken breasts with a citrus juice marinade will reignite interest in the mild mannered white meat. A squeeze of lemon or orange juice can turn your reticent salad eater into a leafy green munching machine.

Or if you’re blessed with one of those adventurous eaters (not the way you pretend to be when the pediatrician asks if your three year old eats a well-balanced diet but, like, your kid actually likes to try new foods and isn’t demanding to only eat white foods or things that start with the letter “m” at the present time) go for it and squeeze fresh lime on grilled steak or on top of fresh fish tacos.

2. Turmeric

You know the stuff, it’s all the rage for lattes these days. The beautiful golden hue sings with the voices of a thousand harmonic angels offering anti-inflammatory benefits and a blissful flavor to match. But since there aren’t a lot of kids clamoring for turmeric lattes a little creativity will go a long way with introducing your little ones to this savory sensation. A light dusting of turmeric over carrots roasted with ghee and sea salt makes a kid-friend side dish.

You can be a super-stealth parent and add a pinch to scrambled eggs or a smoothie (only a yellow smoothie if you’re trying to hide it, though).  What’s inarguably delicious is baked chicken seasoned with turmeric. You can serve this as a main dish or get really wild and add it to a salad with fresh and unique ingredients like arugula and honeydew.

3. Liquid aminos

A lot of kids love the salty seduction of soy sauce, but what it offers in flavor it lacks in nutritional value. Swap out this sodium-filled stuff for liquid aminos and add a dose of protein along with your new favorite seasoning. It goes great on broccoli, makes a tasty addition to most marinades, and if you really want to throw caution to the wind you can offer it as a dipping sauce for pretty much anything on your kid’s plate. They will love it and totally think they’re eating something super naughty and you’ll go to bed that night and just laugh and laugh at your (not really) evil ingenuity.

4. Cinnamon

This is an oldie but a goodie. It makes a great replacement for all of those well-loved breakfast goodies that you would be tempted to top with sugar. From French toast to pancakes, granola to morning muffins, cinnamon adds a kick of spicy excitement. A mysterious mix of sweet and savory, cinnamon is super kid-friendly. You can make mind blowing desserts with it too like gooey cinnamon rolls and spiced cakes. Of course, you don’t want to overdo it. Cinnamon is a strong spice, so less is more, but when you use  right it you will hit a home run with delicious and decadent (yet lightly sugared) sweets.

5. Nutritional yeast

This one of for the truly diabolical parent who is all for the fools old bait-and-switch tactic. Are you ready for it? These deceptive little flakes are packed with health benefits and explosive flavor. Sprinkle that stuff all over popcorn, roasted veggies, and on top of soup. It’s remarkably similar to Parmesan cheese so if your kids are squeamish about something with name like “nutritional yeast” just call it cheese flakes and they won’t be any the wiser. It also mixes into mashed potatoes and even mimics a creamy cheese sauce

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