New Cajun Pasta & Chick’n Pasta in the USA! 🇺🇸

Finally, we have launched our Cajun Pasta and Chick’n & Mushroom Pasta in the USA :us: We know you’ve been waiting for this day, we have too!

We promise it was worth the wait! Here’s what you need to know!

  • real spices like turmeric, smoked paprika, coriander, and cumin
  • 25g of plant-based protein
  • all 27 vitamins and minerals
  • and high fiber
  • 400 calories per serve

If by now you aren’t on our website ordering yet frankly I’m shocked, so get yourself to huel.com now!

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Stoked. Can’t wait to try them.

I can’t wait. Can you give me more information on the pasta that’s used? Is it still stay fairly lower carb? Huel has been essentially in keeping my sugars intake in line.

Oh, wow. My problem with H&S was texture, so pasta could be brilliant.

Sure can! :grin: The pasta is from durum wheat and it’s not low carb. I did want to note the pasta flavors of Hot and Savory do have a bit of fiber in there too (6 grams per serving) so that may be another consideration.

We have a bunch more information on the ingredients in Hot and Savory products (including the pasta flavors) here, if you’re interested too!

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Ordered it with my refer a friend code. So its extra special. ETA this Thursday!!! After 2 weeks of hiking and enjoying Arizona eating Huel powder and bars it will be a nice change.

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What a gorgeous sight, @Huel4Bill ! :heart_eyes: Enjoy that Huel package and thanks for sharing.

i just got these and they are easily the best H&S flavors.

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Really like the chik’n and mushroom

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Glad you’re loving the Chick’n and Mushshroom @enduro0125 . I just love when that flavor of chives hit :fire:

I just tried the Cajun Pasta today. Other than it needing a little salt, it was delicious. The pasta was done to perfection and just enough heat in it to enjoy it. Definitely adding it permanently to my subscription.

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Happy to hear @acolecobob, sounds like its going to be a favorite flavor for you! Are you into truffle oil? If so, I highly suggest drizzling a little on, it tastes wonderful. :raised_hands: