What we liked: There wasn't much we liked about Kashi's Sweet and Sour Chicken dinner ($4.50), but we did appreciate the recyclable packaging and lower sodium content as well as its ingredients — no artificial ingredients and a pilaf made from Kashi 7 Whole Grains (including brown rice, buckwheat, barley, and rye).
What we didn't like: This dinner looked little like the picture on the box, much in part to the lack of vegetables and the overpowering amount of sweet and sour sauce. There also was a disproportionate amount of rice to veggies or meat.
Nutritional highlights: No artificial ingredients. Contains wheat, soy, and milk. Calories: 320, fat: 3.5 g, sodium: 380 mg, carbs: 55 g
Final verdict: We liked this dish the least. It had way too much sauce, which contributed to its high sugar content (25 g, higher than the others we tested). But while it tasted too much like bad Chinese takeout than we liked, it does contain less sodium than most frozen entrees and a pretty good calorie count as well.