Amy’s Harvest Casserole Review

Amy's Harvest Casserole

Vegetables are undeniably good for you, but not everyone loves the way they taste. Some people have to slather vegetables in butter, sauce, or seasoning before they can choke them down. Amy’s Harvest Casserole definitely isn’t designed for people that hate their veggies; the tastes of kale, sweet potatoes, broccoli, and Swiss chard are on full display here. If you do enjoy a good vegetable, however, this Amy’s Bowl has a lot to love.

Amy’s Kitchen offers some of the healthiest frozen food options on the market, but this meal is a particularly nutritious choice. It’s packed full of vitamins and minerals. As a matter of fact, it contains a full day’s supply of vitamin A. It’s also low in fat and in calories.

Amy's Harvest Casserole

This meal consists of more than just veggies; it includes rice, quinoa, beans, and a variety of seeds as well. Seasoning the dish is sesame seed oil blended with red wine vinegar and a few subtle spices. While you’ll want to stir this bowl before you start eating, it isn’t a sauce-heavy dish. For the most part, you’ll be enjoying the ingredients on their own.

If you don’t love dark leafy greens, you’ll want to give this meal a pass; it isn’t going to convert you. If you’re trying to increase your vegetable intake, this Amy’s Bowl might be what the doctor ordered.

For full ingredients and nutrition info, see our package scans below.

Amy's Harvest Casserole

Amy's Harvest Casserole