by Chef Boyardee |
Item # 404981
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  • Beef Ravioli, Spaghetti and Meatballs, Beefaroni and Lasagna
  • Variety pack includes 3 of each flavor
  • Microwavable
  • No preservatives, artificial flavors or artificial colors
  • Ready in minutes
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Whip up a quick dish with the Chef Boyardee® Variety Pack. It provides a convenient and easy option for delicious family dinners and more.

What's in the Chef Boyardee Variety Pack?

The Chef Boyardee variety pack features a flavorful mix of quick, satisfying meals. It includes spaghetti and meatballs, made with pork, beef and chicken, and beef ravioli in tomato and meat sauce. Other flavors include lasagna and beefaroni with tomato and meat sauce.

Ready in Minutes

Chef Boyardee takes only minutes to prepare, which makes it a great pick when you need a quick meal for dinner. Enjoy it alone, or pair it with your favorite sides for a filling dish. Each meal is packed in a convenient microwavable bowl, so you can treat yourself to a steaming dinner in just a few minutes.

Chef Boyardee Variety Pack: High-Quality Ingredients

Indulge your taste buds with delicious Italian goodness. Chef Boyardee pasta contains no artificial colors or artificial dyes. It's also free of artificial flavors, so you get to enjoy nothing but high-quality ingredients in the comfort of your home.

Explore Delicious Chef Boyardee Recipes

Put a creative spin on some of your favorite recipes with the variety pack. Work the spaghetti and meatballs into a spaghetti loaf, or create a delicious dish of creamy Italian beefaroni. Try baking a tasty deep-dish beefaroni pizza or a delicious casserole. With roughly 200 calories per bowl, Chef Boyardee pasta is easy to fit into almost any daily meal plan.

Who Makes the Chef Boyardee Variety Pack?

The history of Chef Boyardee begins in 1928 with Ettore Boiardi, an immigrant chef whose spaghetti sauce became so popular that he decided to launch his own brand. He renamed it Boy-Ar-Dee to ensure that everyone could spell his name correctly over the dinner table. In 2000, ConAgra Brands bought the controlling company.

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