I received a gift card to purchase the product for this review. All opinions and thoughts are 100% my own.
How often do you cook a meal at home? With life so hectic these days, It seems just easier to get fast food or anything that you can grab on the go. I have had enough with all of this. I do cook meals in my home daily. Sometimes I will admit, It is something from the freezer that is already made and I just have to heat and serve it to my family. I am fed up with all of the high calories and poor nutritional value of most of them but that was until I met Good Food Made Simple. I was thrilled when the opportunity came about for me to review Good Food Made Simple. I have heard of it but I have never tasted one. You can find more great recipes and product reviews from our friends at the Village Bakery.
About The Company~
We exist because we believe we can make food better—by keeping things simple. Starting with breakfast, the most important yet most overlooked, meal of the day. In contrast to most frozen breakfast foods laden with preservatives and artificial flavors, we use only natural, minimally processed ingredients and make all our meals from scratch. Then we freeze them to lock in the freshness the natural way, so there’s no need for all that junk. Looking back it’s been a fun and successful journey. Delicious too. Read on for the juicy details.
Maker of the #1 brand of natural and organic breakfast burritos, Good Food Made Simple is committed to revolutionizing the freezer aisle with clean, made-with-organic foods. Just this month, Good Food Made Simple announced its expansion to lunch and dinner with a new line of restaurant inspired Entrée Meals. The Entrée Meals are made with organic ingredients and use simple, real foods like whole grains, organic veggies and humanely raised meats. Focused on flavor, Good food Made Simple worked with a professional chef to recreate restaurant-inspired recipes for a true culinary journey.
The Entrée Meals launched nationally at Target stores and are available in the frozen aisle in 12 varieties retailing for $3.99.