Amy’s Light & Lean Meatless Swedish Meatballs Review

Amy's Meatless Swedish Meatballs

We had high hopes for Amy’s Meatless Swedish Meatballs. Vegetarian “meatballs” are hard to come by, and this dish looked like a savory treat. As part of the Amy’s Light & Lean line, this dish also has a low calorie count. A delicious meal at only 260 calories sounded too good to be true.

We were even more excited when we pulled the dish out of the microwave. Everything about it looked appetizing, from the thick noodles to the herb-coated meatballs.

Amy's Meatless Swedish Meatballs

Unfortunately, this frozen dinner failed to meet our high expectations.

The meatballs, which should have been the highlight of the dish, were incredibly dry. Even rolling them around in the pasta sauce didn’t do much to solve the problem. The texture of the noodles was fine, but they were seriously lacking in flavor. Even though this dish contained a lot of appealing ingredients, like long grain red rice and organic mushrooms, the meal as a whole was bland.

y’┬áIf you’ve been craving meatless meatballs, you should pass up this dish and seek out something else. Even if you’re looking for low calorie meals, there are better options available. We love Amy’s Kitchen, but we can’t recommend this dish.

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Amy's Meatless Swedish Meatballs

Amy's Meatless Swedish Meatballs