If you've have ever stepped into a health food store, which I'm guessing 99% of you have, chances are quite high that you've heard of Amy's Kitchen. This kitchen kicks out all sorts of tasty dishes, like: soups, pizza, burritos, mac n' cheese, pot pies, and pasta sauce.
These prepared meals and sauces are made with organic vegetables, organic pasta, and whole grains. Not only are they completely trans fat, preservative and GMO's free, they're completely vegetarian. They even use rBST hormone free cheeses, but Amy's Kitchen also makes dairy and gluten free versions of many dishes for folks with dietary intolerances to those ingredients. I must say, I am liking the attention to detail.
The frozen entrées are great in a pinch, especially if you're looking for a quick, healthy lunch. Check out this Vegetable Lasagna.
Layered between organic lasagna noodles, perfectly tender organic spinach, zucchini, and sweet carrot mingle with low fat cheeses and mix with fresh organic tomato sauce. It is a veritable vegetable party.
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|Taste||Delicious! Very flavorful tomato sauce,
pasta had good consistency - not too hard or
squishy, the vegetables had great texture.
The serving size was perfect. I felt
satisfied, but not like I needed to unbutton
my top button on my pants.
The nutritional info looks great considering this is fit for one meal. 680 mg of sodium may seem a little high, but it's recommended to have about 2,300 mg, so if you split that up between 3 meals (766 mg per meal), 680 mg isn't too much at all.
Here are some more pictures. It looks a lot different than the lasagna on the box, but I guess that's to be expected. The actual lasagna didn't have as much cheese and veggie filling, but it still tasted great!