MorningStar Farms is a staple in my home. My freezer is packed with various products from the Meatless Crumbles to the Garden Veggie Patties. And just when I thought it couldn’t get any better…BOOM!…they come out with their new line of Veggie Bowls.

These frozen meals are perfect those quick dinner nights minus the fast food unhealthiness.  There are nine different flavors to choose from. It’s pretty much a different bowl for every day of the week, with two extra . If that wasn’t enough, preparing them makes them so easy you won’t know what to do with all that free time you would normally spend cooking. Simply take the bowls out of the box, either bake it or toss it in the microwave and enjoy!

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Here are some fun facts about MorningStar Farms Veggie Bowls I was able to sample
MorningStar Farms Japanese Soba Noodles: 100% vegan; combines a flavorful and authentic tasting blend of soba noodles,Veggie Steak Strips, edamame, snap peas, bamboo shoots, red pepper strips, julienned carrots, and green onions combined in azesty soy ginger garlic glaze. Nutritional information: 17g protein, 5g fiber, 14g whole grain, 3g fat and 240 calories.

MorningStar Farms Moroccan Medley: 100% vegan; features a sweet and spicy blend of peppers, sweet potatoes, greenbeans and Chick’n Strips over couscous in a spicy Harissa sauce. Nutritional information: 11g protein, 5g fiber, 4g whole grain, 6g fat and 240 calories.

MorningStar Farms Chik’n Tikka Masala: Bursting with a colorful and spicy blend of veggies in a savory tomato curry withauthentic spices, veggie Chik’n Strips, and a side of naan flatbread. Nutritional information: 17g protein, 9g fiber, 12g fat, and 340 calories.

MorningStar Farms Italian Sausage Bake: Combines hearty layers of spinach, zucchini, Veggie Sausage Crumbles, chickpeasand mushrooms, combined with creamy béchamel and tomato basil sauces and topped with shredded mozzarella cheese. Nutritional information: 14g protein, 6g fiber, 11g fat and 240 calories.

MorningStar Farms Chik’n Pot Pie: Packed with taste-of-home flavors from classic pot pie veggies and Veggie Chik’n Strips in acitrusy wine and herb cream sauce with a biscuit crust top. Nutritional information: 14g protein, 3g fiber, 15g fat and 330 calories.

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Keep in mind these are single serve bowls – no sharies!  They are a perfect choice for those who are mindful of their portion sizes. But if you’re a hungry gal like myself, then you can just add extra veggies or a handful of pasta. But what makes these bowls different from anything else on the shelf is how the taste and crunch isn’t lost because it’s a frozen meal. These bowls taste as if the MorningStar chefs prepared the meal in your kitchen. They’re that fresh, and flavorful.

Wanna try one? Two? Or all? Visit your local market as they’ve just launched this week!

*I received complementary packages of the new MorningStar Farms Veggie Bowls for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

Author: Mommy R+R

Valerie Pierre is the owner and content creator for Mommy R+R. She is a lover of food, wine & cuss words. She resides in Brooklyn, NY with her comic nerd husband and their two kids. Valerie is also Co-Owner of Sisterhued. A digital collective that showcases women of color in positive lights. She also contributes pieces to MomCave TV, Fit Noire and Football, Food & Motherhood.

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4 thoughts on “MORNINGSTAR FARMS VEGGIE BOWLS MAKES DINNER EASY & HEALTHY

  1. I’ve seen these in the grocery store but have never thought to try them. Maybe next time I’ll take a second look because the kids are getting tired of the same breakfast each week. The nerve of them having opinions..

    Posted on November 22, 2016 at 12:40 pm
  2. I’ve seen these in the grocery store but have never thought to try them. Maybe next time I’ll take a second look because the kids are getting tired of the same breakfast each week. The nerve of them having opinions at such a young age.

    Posted on November 22, 2016 at 12:40 pm
  3. These all sound and look great. I gave up meat one lent and lived off of Morning Star nuggets lol

    Posted on November 22, 2016 at 7:50 pm
  4. OMG I remember going vegetarian for a little over a year. Morningstar was my joint! These new options look great since I love Indian food. I can’t wait to try them. I like that the crunch isn’t lost. What’s the sodium content like because it tends to be higher in frozen meals.

    Posted on November 22, 2016 at 11:07 pm