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Nutritional Information of Amy's Kitchen Bowls

Amy's Kitchen: Bowl Breakdown

Who doesn't need a quick meal every once in a while? For that reason, I always keep a few of these bowls in the freezer from Amy's Kitchen. Many of them are vegan or lactose free, some are gluten free or soy free, and some are light in sodium. They're made with whole grains and vegetables and are full of flavor.

To see how they compare nutritionally

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1 bowl Calories Total Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Carbs (g) Fiber (g) Protein (g)
Baked Ziti 300 12 590 62 6 9
Brown Rice & Vegetables 260 9 550 36 5 9
Brown Rice, Black-Eyed Peas & Veggies 290 11 580 38 8 11
Country Cheddar 400 19 690 41 4 15
Mexican Casserole 470 16 780 70 7 11
Pesto Tortellini 430 19 640 45 3 20
Ravioli 380 12 680 55 4 14
Santa Fe Enchilada 350 11 780 47 9 16
Teriyaki 290 4.5 780 52 4 10
Tortilla Casserole & Black Beans 390 18 780 41 7 17
Light in Sodium — Brown Rice & Veggie 260 9 270 36 5 9
Light in Sodium — Mexican Casserole 370 16 390 48 7 12
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floppyfish1986 floppyfish1986 6 years
I love Amy's stuff I just wish it wasn't so pricey compared to other frozen/easy meals.
cloroxcowgirl cloroxcowgirl 6 years
I love their vegan pot pies and tofu lasagna.
spacebear spacebear 6 years
brown rice and veggie bowl....yummmm.
Niami Niami 6 years
They've gotten me through 4 months of morning (all freaking day long) sickness so far. I just opt for the lower sodium choices.
laellavita laellavita 6 years
My absolute favorite is the low sodium brown rice and veggie's bowl. I'm a college kid so I keep a few of these on hand during those days when I am rushing way too much and would rather grab one of those for breakfast than something really unhealthy at the local deli.
Zulkey Zulkey 6 years
I actually eat Amy's a lot, like every day at lunch some weeks. Sometimes I just can't deal with preparing food--heating it up is all I can handle.
darc5204 darc5204 6 years
These aren't so bad nutritionally. Not an everyday food, but certainly fine in a pinch.
livetolove livetolove 6 years
loooove Amy's and I for one don't count it as a cheat... but I can't really afford to buy them so I make sure I usually make dinner
misskacie misskacie 6 years
Moderation in all things. A quick cheat is no problem as long as it doesn't become the norm!
Zulkey Zulkey 6 years
if I could marry the Pesto Tortellini bowl I would.
bluepuppybites bluepuppybites 6 years
Mmm...Amy's are awesome!!
ELLEHUDSON ELLEHUDSON 6 years
i love Amy's!!!
vegesquire vegesquire 6 years
"peddle as health food"?! Ok, so frozen meals certainly are not the healthiest options, but doesn't Fit say that these are to have on hand for a quick meal every once in a while? Sure beats the drive-thru, and some of these bowls have great nutritional stats! I'm glad this site showcases some healthier alternatives for those that need a quick, wholesome meal.
hithatsmybike hithatsmybike 6 years
780mg's of sodium? Really Fit, it's concerning how many microwavable meals you peddle as health food. People believe you, you know.
lizrocks lizrocks 6 years
I *love* the Country Cheddar Bowls! So fantastic!
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