Parents check your cupboards. With summer here, you know there's a very good chance that anything that only takes 60 seconds to make in the microwave for the kids' lunch is piling up in there; including a childhood favorite- Chef Boyardee.

It's fast, cheap, delicious (is it still, if you're an adult?) and it's also being recalled.

According to CNN, Conagra Foods has recalled 717,338 pounds of spaghetti and meatball products. They include:

  • Libby's
  • Del Pino's
  • Hy-Top
  • Food Hold
  • Essential Everyday
  • Chef Boyardee- spaghetti and meatballs made with pork, chicken and beef in tomato sauce and mini pasta shells & meatballs.

The above products contain milk but it was never specified on the list of ingredients.

If you have a little one who has allergies to milk and dairy products, you are strongly encouraged to return the items to the store or throw them away. The USDA says "consuming the products could cause serious health consequences or death."

If you have any questions or concerns about the recall, you can call Conagra at 1-866-213-1245.

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