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. Kris says

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  2. Jennifer C says

    I have never used GF pasta, but if I win I will give it to a family at my church that has a daughter allergic to gluten.

  3. Sue says

    Thanks for the giveaway! I would love to try this.

    When I was first told I was sensitive to wheat, the world was not very friendly to wheat free eaters. The only alternative to wheat pasta was a corn pasta. I still remember how much I disliked it. Fast forward to today, and I’d love to try this version!

  4. Ben says

    I had to learn to moderate my cooking time for GF pasta, possibly since I dislike my spaghetti served at the consistency of oatmeal!

  5. Jennifer Woodruff says

    Our son is on a GF/CF diet. We are always looking for more items we can try! We would love to win!

  6. Jennifer Woodruff says

    Other readers have already stated this but, not overcooking the pasta is very important! Our favorite GF pasta is rotelle.

  7. Lyn says

    My favorite GF pasta is Tinkyada, but I find one still has to be careful not to overcook it or it gets mushy. Make sure you use plenty of water because the water gets starchy. I like the spaghetti and penne best. Thank you again for the giveaway.

  8. Heather says

    I’ve only recently heard about GF pastas and have enjoyed following your GF cooking and would love to try it! Thanks!

  9. CMC says

    My favorite way to fix GF pasta is to simply toss it with some freshly diced tomatoes, olive oil and some fresh basil. A dash of oregano, and it’s dinner!

    I prefer tagliatelle over most cuts of pasta, but it’s difficult to find semolina tagilatelle, nevermind GF; for that, I typically use plain old spaghetti.

  10. Christine says

    Gluten free Italian pasta is great!!! I”m a fan of the corn pasta since it doesn’t ‘mush out’ like other pastas. My fave? Freshly cooked spaghetti tossed with sage fried in browned butter , topped with parmasano reggiano. Yum!!

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