Gluten Free Pasta Giveaway – CLOSED!

UPDATE: This giveaway is now CLOSED!

Winner is #149 – Christy J., whose husband is GF and looking for something new to try! Congrats Christy!!!


One winner will recieve three boxes of GF (gluten free) pasta from DiPalo Selects!  Winner will receive 1 box each of Le Veneziane gluten free Fettuccini, Penne, and Tubetti.  These pastas are brand new to the US, and don’t even appear on their website for sale!  We are getting an exclusive look and opportunity at these great new pastas!

Here are the specs on this new corn pasta from Italy:

“Produced in the corn producing region of the Veneto, Italy, Le Veneziane pastas are made with nothing but water and cornmeal, which lends them their vibrant yellow color. Designed specifically for those with a gluten intolerance, Le Veneziane cooks up al dente, just like classic pasta.”

I’ve not tried any type of corn pasta, but would think it would add not only a fabulous color, but also a unique taste to any pasta dish!  So if you’re GF, if you know someone who is GF, if you have thought about going GF, then here’s your chance to try out some new pasta noodles!!!

Giveaway Details

1. Contest ends Tuesday, August 11th at 5 pm EST. Winner will be announced back here on this post, and notified via email with further instructions.

2. Entry #1: Leave a comment just saying you want to win.

3. Entry #2: Leave a SEPARATE comment telling me in what way you promoted this contest (i.e., posting it in a forum, posting about it on your blog, Tweet about it, emailing all your friends, and/or subscribe to my feed by email or in a reader).

4. Entry #3: Leave a separate comment with a helpful hint for cooking GF pastas (rice or corn).  Or what’s your favorite GF pasta noodle, spaghetti, penne, shells, lasagna? 

5. Winner will be selected by

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*Disclosure: I did not receive any products associated with this giveaway, nor did I receive any compensation.


  1. Noreen says

    I have a number of friends at church who eat gluten free due to health reasons. If I can create a new dish for them to try at the next potluck, then this could be the perfect product to use. I will be e-mailing those friends as soon as I am done here.

  2. Terry says

    My son’s girlfriend is over at our house quite often and when dinner rolls around sometimes it’s hard for me to come up with some dinner ideas that she can have, plus make it sound interesting enough to her so that she would even want to eat dinner at our house. Therefore, I would like to win!

  3. Terry says

    This is a great idea. I emailed my siliac friends to let them know about your giveaway. Hope they read their emails!

  4. Terry says

    Because my son’s girlfriend hasn’t eaten pasta in our home but one time I can’t honestly choose which one is my favorite. We have only had spaghetti. So, I guess I will say, spaghetti!


  5. says

    I would love to win this GF pasta, since I love pasta & I’m trying to eat healthier. I didn’t do too well for my 50th year, so on my Aug. 21st B-day, turning 51, I’ll try, try again! Thanks for sharing & I enjoy your site every day! I told several friends and family members about this “deal” on Facebook!! If they win & I don’t, they have to fix me dinner. I thought that was ONLY fair! Don’t over cook pasta. After draining, I just add a little olive oil to the noodles to separate them easier. My best friend (for 50 yrs.) has a 100% Puerto Rican Mother who made lasagne for my B-day & her’s for years & years, as we lived right across the street from each other. It was all I could do to get her “secret” recipe, but accomplished at my bridal shower. Now, I make it for my family on special occasions! We even broke the traditional food menu for our Christmas dinner, it’s now lasagne!! It’s YUMM-O!!!

  6. says

    I have been gluten intollerant, anemic, sickly and in pain all my life but didn’t know it until 15 years ago. I discovered my ancestors were too. I learned about it at a time when there was very little information and few products available. My absolute favorite GF pasta has been “Tinkyada” which for me has been foolproof. But I am always open to try the new products coming out and recommend them to friends who also deal with the issue and are new at it and struggling to find their way. I also guide and assist local groceries in what products to carry for customers who are diet challenged. I would LOVE to try this product out. Thank you.

  7. Percilla says

    Would love to win this, just found out our daughter has celiac disease, now she must learn how to feed herself and her family on a gluten free diet.

  8. says

    Do NOT overcook GF pasta. If you’re going for a firmer texture, make sure to rinse it in cold water immediately after draining. If your pasta sticks, a tiny bit of olive oil while cooking will help with that a little.

    GF pasta is a lot more “delicate” than gluten pasta – gluten is what gives pasta and bread it’s flexibility. It is NOT a great choice for cold pasta salads.

  9. Kiri says

    I would like to win and have also reposted the announcement regarding this to the local celiac group and in a note on my facebook.

  10. Michael B says

    I’ve found that with corn pasta you have to watch it especially closely or it can clump up into thick bundles. Near constant stirring seems to help with this.

    Gluten free spaghetti also makes a good substitute for noodles in chicken noodle soup. I’ve found that if the pot simmers a long time the noodles eventually break up into little 1″ long pieces which resemble a certain commercial brands variety of glutinious chicken noodle soup.

  11. whatbluedot says

    The trick I’ve found to rice pastas is to cook it a little longer than you think. The one we usually use firms up after it’s been drained. Your mileage may vary.

    I have liked corn pasta, but my husband isn’t a fan. He loves my lasagna though, which has whatever I happen to have on hand in it–usually spinach, olives, bell peppers, and mushrooms.

  12. Tara says

    I would love to win, I am new to gluten free cooking & am having a hard time adjusting. I have noticed that most gluten free pastas get really mushy so I’ve learned to really watch it & not over cook it. I have never tried corn pasta & would love to try it.

  13. Robin says

    I would like to be entered to win the gluten free pasta. Both my mom and I have Celiac spru. We love to share our ideas of new products with a chapter in denver.

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