Lundberg Frozen Rice & Quinoa Bowls
I’m not typically one for frozen foods, but this Organic Grainspirations bowl has made me a believer. Full of veggies such as black beans, corn, onion and red bell pepper, and topped with a spicy seasoning blend, this authentic, convenient meal had me fooled it was farm fresh.
Maud’s Coffee Pods
I’m the first to admit I’m not a morning person (and my family can certainly attest to that). But Maud’s Tall, Dark & Handsome roast offers a gentle kick to start my day, with tasty, subtle notes of toasted nuts. I also applaud the recyclable, eco-friendly pods.
Ready To Thrive! Smoothies
I bought a Nutri-Bullet and have used it make sauces and cocktails instead of healthy smoothies because I never feel like buying large amounts of fresh or frozen produce. These preportioned cups are a revolution, and I am finally drinking my fruits and veggies.
Diestel’s Deli Slices
Although I seldom purchase prepackaged cold cuts, I’ve seen the light after road-testing a new entrant to the category. Diestel’s Non-GMO Project verified deli slices are all-natural alternative for assembling a quick sandwich that also happens to taste fantastic.
Baileys Original Irish Cream Baking Chips
A new licensing partnership between two well-known brands, Clabber Girl and Baileys, has brought forth yummy, versatile Baileys Original Irish Cream Baking Chips. Ideal for eating by the handful, mixing into trail mixes or folding into baked goods, the decadent, nonalcoholic chips—which are slated for an Easter 2019 national launch—are a mini-party in your mouth.