This would be great to add to your pasta substitute of choice, like Banza.
Promising review: "GRANDMA POST! My daughter, granddaughter, and I were on FaceTime this morning, just having a nice visit and I was musing about when they get back from Rome. I told her about my latest culinary discovery. They feed my granddaughter healthy, green, nutritious food but still — she loves mac n' cheese. I'm ashamed to admit that my kids teethed on frozen hotdogs and survived on Kraft mac n' cheese and applesauce. (Hey! Playing the #singlemom card!) Anyway, I've moved up in the world, both in age and palate, and for all my gramma friends: a tip. Get Anthony's Cheese Powder, buy some really fine Italian Lumacha (snail) pasta — and wow those babies. No chemicals, all natural, but it tastes like Kraft while being richer, cheesier and, um, saucier. 1/4 cup powder, 1/2 cup half and half and, of course, butter. And far less expensive per serving. Mac n' cheese that will linger in their memories. Also, you can eat it whenever it is cloudy and chilly outside." —Vicki A.
Get it from Amazon for $11.29.