- The pasta snack in a mug
- No artificial colours, no artificial preservatives
- Suitable for vegetarians
- Price marked
- Long expiration dates
Craving for pasta, but there’s not enough time to prepare one? Try Mug Shot Pasta in Creamy Cheese flavour.
This pasta in a mug is ideal for people who just do not have that much time for leisure breaks because of very busy schedules and tight deadlines. Perfect to snack on any time of day, mothers will also love to serve this healthy snack to their kids. Even vegetarians can enjoy a cup of this creamy cheese pasta, and women on very strict diets – they can also have them for it contains less than 3% fat.
It’s very easy to prepare: Pour in contents of sachet into a standard-sized mug and fill with boiling water. Stir well. Leave for 5 minutes. Stir and serve.
Symington’s Ltd. has been committed to creating great tasting food since 1827. The company believes that the taste of the food must not be compromised for convenience. Mug Shot, launched in the United Kingdom market in 2001, provides a range of easy to prepare pasta and noodles in delicious, savoury sauces.
Contains the following: Gluten, Wheat, Eggs and Milk.
No artificial colours and no artificial preservatives added.
|(as instructed) per sachet 258g|
|of which sugars||3.7 g|
|of which saturates||2.7 g|
Dried Pasta (55%) [Durum WHEAT Semolina, Spinach Powder], Dried Glucose Syrup, Potato Starch, Cheese Powder (from MILK) (5%), Palm Oil, Yeast Extract, Lactose (from MILK), Salt, Onion Powder, Whey Powder (from MILK), MILK Protein, Flavourings, Dried Parsley, Garlic Powder, For allergens, including Cereals containing Gluten, see capitalised ingredients
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Nutritional and guideline daily amounts (GDA) information is based on the typical composition of the product. Guideline daily amounts are those for a typical adult (men and women).