Introducing the world’s first croissant-shaped gnocchi by Salty Seattle! We were chosen as one of Oprah's Favorite Things for good reason. Every handmade, rainbow-colored package comes with six Crocchi™ colors, each made with a different vegetable, herb or superfood! While the vegetables such as kale and beets add nutrients, they are designed to be neutral in flavor so that even the pickiest palate can enjoy the healthy, colorful pastabilities. This is a frozen product that arrives on your doorstep in a temperature-controlled box. It will retain freshness in the freezer for one year. We suggest purchasing multiple boxes to offset the shipping charges, as the more we send you, the more you save! Thank you for supporting our small, woman-owned, diversity-employed business & enjoy your Crocchi! *proudly made in Seattle, WA, USA.
Congratulations! You’ve found the world’s first ever croissant-shaped gnocchi! This gorgeous new product will arrive frozen at your doorstep. They are super easy to boil and serve so that you can feature them as the stunning centerpiece of your meal!
I’ve been gearing toward a larger product offering to share this journey with you all, and this is where Crocchi™ comes in.
They’re quick to boil, healthy for your crew to eat, and most of all, lot’s of fun! I’m so thrilled to have you along for the vibrant vegetable ride.
How to Make
Add frozen Crocchi™ to boiling, salted water. Boil Crocchi™ until they float, 2-3 minutes, stirring occasionally.
For brightest color and best nutrient content, do not overcook.
Drain Crocchi™, reserving some pasta water. Toss Crocchi™ in a pan with your favorite sauce, butter or olive oil and add a little bit of pasta water as needed to thin the sauce. Serve immediately.
Tip: Use translucent sauces to let the Crocchi™ color shine!
Flour, ricotta, eggs, parmesan cheese, beets, annatto, nutmeg, kale, butterfly pea flower, turmeric, salt.
Shipping & Storage
Note that this product arrives to your doorstep frozen on dry ice. Please freeze immediately upon removal from the shipping box.
Product Weight: 18 oz
Freeze Crocchi™ immediately upon arrival. They’ll keep frozen for up to one year.
AS SEEN IN
“Tender, delectable, toothsome, these are just gorgeous. Crocchi. It’s what’s for dinner. The coolest new product I saw all year! ”
“I am not sure I have ever seen anything as beautiful as Crocchi. I love that it’s a cross between croissants and gnocchi. I am so glad I discovered this product- it makes me the hero at every dinner party I bring it to. ”
“My daughter and I absolutely loved these colorful creations. Put on a pot of boiling water with Salty Seattle and experience pure pasta joy!”
“While the obvious selling point is the colorful pasta meravigliosa...don't let that fool you. This is DELICIOUS gnocchi!”
“I never knew pasta could be this good! The texture is like biting into a gentle cloud. I love that I can serve it to adults and kids alike and they all say the same thing- beautifully delicious! ”
“There’s no law that says classic Italian flavors can’t be mixed with the whimsy of modern cooking. For a fun spin on a pasta dinner that will delight the kids’ table as much as the adults, try these rainbow “crocchi” asap. ”
“Tonight we ate the crocchi my partner ordered for my birthday and it was delicious! Our first Salty Seattle experience, it was SO good. ”
How It Began
Healthy pasta for my family
My pasta journey started when I was four, and the amazing thing is that it came full circle when my own son, Bentley Danger, turned four and rejected most healthy foods. So knowing that pasta was his favorite food, I had the idea to puree vegetables into the actual pasta dough, hoping he would eat it. It worked!
Rainbow Colored Pasta
Soon I was making pasta in every color of the rainbow. I began to share my creations and they went viral. I’ve been gearing toward a larger product offering to share this journey with you all, and this is where Crocchi™ comes in! They’re easy to cook, healthy for your family, and fun to eat!
Creating my own journey
For years, large companies have asked me to “put my name and face on a box of their pasta”. I said no to those opportunities because I felt that we didn’t connect on the personal colorful company values I wanted to bring to the table.