I’m a big fan of Amy’s Kitchen products. When I’m running short on time and looking for a quick meal, it’s Amy’s frozen meals I often turn to. I don’t often eat microwavable meals…One, because I am weary of microwaves, and two, because they’re usually loaded with fat, calories, artificial ingredients, and perservatives.
But, this is simply why I love Amy’s products. While the frozen meals do require a microwave, they’re made with all natural, organic ingredients. I know I can turn to Amy’s when I’m in a crunch and need something real to eat. There also all-vegetarian with the addition of a lot of vegan options as well…SCORE! They don’t taste bad like the brands who put out vegetarian products and think they’re allowed to taste like crap either. Nope, Amy’s, a family owned and operated company started by real vegetarians, knows what they’re doing. Their website says: “We made the amazing discovery that they [the products] were being eaten not only by vegetarians and those interested in natural foods, but by millions of people looking for easy to prepare meals that really tasted good.” That’s the key: Their products are delicious enough to appeal to both nonmeat-eaters and meat-eaters alike.
I recently tried the Mexican Tofu Scramble….It was way better than I had imagined. Beans, salsa, potatoes, tofu, and a little cheese = a great combo. I’d prefer this over scrambled eggs anyday, and while I didn’t eat it for breakfast, it’d make a quick grab-and-go breakfast meal.
Some of my other favs: Black Bean Vegetable Enchiladas, Tofu Vegetable Lasagna, Brown Rice & Vegetables Bowl, and the Teriyaki Bowl. With over 80 different options, I haven’t tried nearly all of Amy’s products, but I can vouch for the one’s I have tried. There are also several Indian entrees, which satisfy my love of Indian food.
So if you’re looking to stock up your freezer with some easy, go-to meals, don’t suffice for those junky tv dinners. Instead, try-out of one Amy’s many products and keep your health in line. While they’re not quite as good as home-made, they kick most of the frozen world’s booties.
Not a fan of the microwave either? Check out her pasta sauces, soups, and other canned goods.