This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of Conagra Brands
Decades ago – and by decades I mean closer to a century – foods were much simpler and eating “healthy convenient foods” merely meant going to your garden and picking whatever you had that was ripe and in season. Yes, there were some canned goods, but convenience foods weren’t full of the chemicals, preservatives and other “non-real” ingredients like they are today. (Commercial canning actually started in 1912, for those who are curious. Haha.)
Thankfully though, there has been a shift back to the old ways of doing things and making foods as natural and chemical-free as possible is now taking over as the new fad! Can I get an amen! This means that even convenience foods are better tasting – and better for you! It also means that living a busy lifestyle doesn’t mean your diet has to suffer – which us moms, unfortunately, know all too well!
Take these foods by Conagra Brands, for example. And while 3 out of the 4 do contain meat – and you all know I’m not a meat-eater – the majority of my extended family and friends are, so I know what it takes to please one. Hehehe.
Evol Fire Grilled Steak Bowls
Are you a lover of a good bowl, but don’t have all evening to prepare one?! Then you may just need to check out this burrito bowl by Evol! Packed with fire-grilled steak, raised without antibiotics, you’ll also find a delicious blend of black beans, white rice, red and green bell peppers, roasted corn and cheddar cheese, all mixed with an insanely tasty cilantro lime pesto sauce. With 18g of protein and 7g of fiber in each bowl, Evol’s Fire Grilled Steak Bowls are not only free of anything artificial, but you’ll also be surprised to learn that their gluten free as well!
Gardein Nashville Hot Chick’n Tenders
Are you a fan of spicy?! Well, then these Nashville Hot Chick’n Tenders by Gardein are just what your taste-buds ordered! Filled with a proprietary Pea + Wheat protein blend, these plant-based breaded Chick’n Tenders are juicy, spicy, and finger-licking good! And as is customary with all Gardein products, they are Certified Vegan, non-GMO, Dairy-free, and Kosher. Committed to quality, not only do these Nashville Hot Chick’n Tenders have a great texture, your family won’t even realize they are meat-free – mine didn’t!
Healthy Choice Grain Free Power Bowls Spicy Beef Teriyaki
Looking for a heartier way to go grain-free? Then you may want to check out these Spicy Beef Teriyaki Grain Free Power Bowls by Healthy Choice. Filled with braised all-natural beef and a variety of vegetables, and then served on top of riced cauliflower in a sweet and spicy teriyaki sauce, you’ll be amazed at how much grain-free goodness can be packed into one bowl!
Providing between 18 – 20 grams of protein and 5 -7 grams of fiber per bowl, not only will you be eating a delicious and nutrient-dense combo of leafy greens and colorful vegetables, but you’ll also get in a good helping of lean protein and riced cauliflower, as well.
Udi’s Sweet Potato Crust Chicken BBQ Pizza
Whoever thought Sweet Potatoes could make for a good pizza?! Definitely not my Italian husband! That is until he tried Udi’s BBQ Flavored Chicken Pizza, that is! With a crust made from sweet potatoes and then topped with a delicious combo of mozzarella and smoked gouda cheese, sweet BBQ sauce, and white meat chicken, this pizza is definitely a new staple in my house! Plus, it’s gluten free and grain free, so those with [those] allergies can love it too!
Want to dig into all this goodness too? Then check out this whole bundle worth of products, HERE. And remember, eating healthy doesn’t have to be difficult – and it definitely doesn’t have to be boring either! Better yet, check out Fort Collins Nursery so you can start growing fresh produce at home!