10 Reasons to Eat Frozen Food from EatingWell

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This is a sponsored post written on behalf of EatingWell. All opinions are my own and I am really excited to share with you! 

A few weeks ago, I discovered EatingWell Frozen Food Dinner at the grocery store. One meal has 19 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber! The meals are so awesome and are exactly what I looking for in frozen food. They have no preservatives, no artificial colors or flavors. The chickens are raised without any antibiotics, too. These meals actually make me feel good about skipping cooking dinner and lunch for the family and myself. I am going to give you this awesome list of reasons why I love EatingWell Frozen Entrees.

1 Cup of Vegetables

Every meal contains 1 cup of vegetables. Score!!


Every diet that I have ever been on says to eat more protein. EatingWell probably got this memo too because all their meals have massive amounts of protein. The protein content ranges from 13 grams to 24 grams in each frozen food. The protein makes the EastingWell meals extremely filling.

No Preservatives

There are no preservatives in these frozen meals. That means no MSG and a ton of other ones that are all over other frozen meals to keep them on the shelves longer. They use Fresh-Seal™ packaging to helps maintain freshness and the window into the box lets you peek inside and see for yourself how great it really is.

No Artificial Colors

There are no artificial colors that are in all kinds of food to make them look beautiful. EatingWell’s food looks good without the need to add any colors.


No Antibiotic Meat

The meat is raised without the use of antibiotics.

Good Source of Iron

The frozen food from EatingWell is a good source of Iron. They have between 8 to 15% of your daily value of Iron. Most of the meals at 10% daily value of Iron with only one at 8% and another st 15%.

Good Source of Vitamins

The meals are a great source of Vitamin A and Vitamin C. Love to see all these vitamins on the labels.


High Fiber

Fiber helps prevent heart disease according to my hubby’s doctor. Each meal has some fiber to help move the food out of your system.


Quick Easy Heat Up

You don’t have to  poke or cut slits. You take it out of the box and follow the heating directions based on your microwave. Also, the packaging is really helpful in determining how much to heat up the meal. It is clear how much you should heat it up based on your microwave’s wattage. Being clear about heat time makes all the difference in the meal taste and texture.

Yummy & Unique Meal Choices

EatingWell is a magazine that knows what people like. They have put together an amazing variety of dinner options that make we want to stock my freezer. Wait! I already did that! From the epic Cherry Port Pork to the  Moroccan Inspired Chicken, you will be impressed by the flavors.


Find out where you can find EatingWell Frozen Entrees here: http://frozenfresh.eatingwell.com/where-to-buy/

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17 thoughts on “10 Reasons to Eat Frozen Food from EatingWell”

  1. I just tried the chicken with fingerling potatoes and the mustard sauce on that is DIVINE. This didn’t taste anything like a frozen meal. I’m totally hooked!

    • I feel the same way EXCEPT the asparagus was awful – it was the woody, tasteless ends, which I threw away. Otherwise, the meal was delicious!

      • I love that meal also, but also found asparagus to be tough and woody. Every meal I bought with asparagus was the same. Otherwise this meal is delicious!

  2. I had the Chicken and Fingerling Potatoes meal today and all I can say is, “WOW!” Can’t believe a frozen meal can be so good. Will definitely try other varieties now.

  3. Korean Inspired Beef. Beef was so very tough it couldn’t be chewed. The vegetables were okay and sauce was good. But why pay for meat that can’t be eaten? Skip this one.

  4. I also am very impressed with how good these meals are! I had the chicken stroganoff and the veggies were cooked to perfection and the chicken was nice and juicy not overcooked and dry like the terrible frozen meals I have tried in the past. Excited to try the other options!

  5. Thanks for any other informative blog. Where else could I get that kind of info written in such a perfect way?
    I have a undertaking that I am just now operating on,
    and I’ve been at the glance out for such information.

  6. I have been eating these meals for the last 2 years. I was disappointed in the last chicken and fingerling potatoes. Plenty of potatoes but very little chicken. Also I wish they had more variety. I like the idea of a more healthy frozen entre.

    • You meant you wish your local store carried more variety. they have 13 different meals but my local stores only carry the same 3 to 5. This must be their distribution but if you go to Eating Well Web Site you will se their variety.

  7. I am concerned that the products are covered with a shrink wrap plastic against the food. I have read that chemicals in the plastic transfer to the food. What is your opinion?

  8. Sorry, but we just had the Steak Carne Asada and it was awful. Tiny little bits of chewy meat, gluey rice and an over seasoned sauce. Yuck! We read all the good reviews and were really disappointed.

  9. Where can I find the nutrition information. My Mom must have low sodium. Most frozen food has far too much sodium.
    Looking forward to seeing the nutrition labels posted.
    All of the other info listed on the website is great; but nothing is mentioned about sodium.

  10. For @Judy Riley. Sodium content is listed under the Nutrition Facts for each meal. Just go to the EatingWell Dinner web-site and scroll over any of the meals until the picture appears of the packaged meal, then click. I’m on a very low sodium diet too, so wanted to check out the sodium as well. The site doesn’t give the info though on the two breakfast choices for some reason.


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