Three Bridges Pasta – Simple, Honest, Better, and Delicious!
Written and Photos by Jessica Lewandowski
If you’re anything like me, you’re still working on that beach body (I’m totally going to lose ten pounds by April). If you’re also anything like me, you know that carbs don’t count. Right? I can’t help it; I’m a pasta freak. Three Bridges must have been reading my mind because they sent me loads of stuffed ravioli and sauces. Yeah, the diet went out the window!
Here’s why I didn’t have to feel guilty about gobbling down their yummy pastas: Three Bridges has cut out all of the preservatives, hormones, and antibiotics in their products. Everything is made in small batches from wholesome ingredients, unlike your standard bagged pasta from the frozen aisle in your grocery store. That doesn’t mean their ravioli is just stuffed with really good cheese, either (although the cheese is really good). Besides a Three Cheese filling, I got my hands on Grilled Chicken and Mozzarella, Wild Mushroom, and Spinach and Cheese ravioli. There are a ton more types of pasta to sift through on the Three Bridges website too. Other ravioli pastas include Butternut Squash, Italian Sausage, and Lobster. They offer Gnocchi, a Gluten Free Ravioli, and everyone’s favorite: Mac and Cheese.
I also got to test out three of their most popular sauces (also all made with fresh and natural ingredients). I tried the Heirloom Marinara, Alfredo, and Basil Pesto sauces. When it comes to my carbo-loading, I’m a classic lady, so my favorite sauce was definitely the Heirloom Marinara. It was the perfect combination of velvety sauce with little bites of tomato throughout. The sauce wasn’t too heavy, but it still had plenty of flavor. If you pick up one of Three Bridge’s pasta sauces, try out their Kale Pesto, and let us know how you liked it!
Many of the pastas come in 9 oz. packages, which is perfect for a meal for two. There are also many 1 lb. Family-Size packages, which is great for a group of four or two really, really hungry people (don’t judge me). The packaging is transparent because that’s the biggest message from Three Bridges: they have nothing to hide! What you see is what you get, and that’s some pretty nom-tastic pasta.