July 17, 2009

Kashi Frozen Meals

I have found several Kashi frozen meals that I enjoy for lunch while at work. I like that they are labeled 'vegan' clearly on the front of the package and this makes it easier to find out what options are safe for me to eat. I have never fed any of these to my toddler though and I am not sure that she would appreciate the flavors and spices as much as I do.



My two new favorites are Garden Vegetable Pasta and Mayan Harvest Bake.




I also like Tuscan Veggie Bake. I have not yet tried the Veggie Chana Masala or some of the other options.
I could not find an official allergy statement and I am unsure how these product lines are made as many of there other food options do contain dairy.

2 comments:

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