Wednesday, July 18, 2012

gopicnic ready-to-eat meals Review

As a mother of 3 young and super active kids, I feel as if I am constantly running. I don't always remember when or what my last meal was. I also have 3 very different kids. They all have selective taste in food so I often find myself preparing 2 or 3 different meals for lunch and dinner. I spend so much time in the kitchen that I tend to find something quick and crappy to feed myself because I am just too tired to take the steps it takes to make my own meal. I also don't eat large portions so who wants to spend all that extra time in the kitchen for a few bites?
I recently tried gopicnic ready-to-eat meals because I am always looking for easy solutions for my own lunch options and I must say they really worked out great for me. With gopicnic ready-to-eat meals, I am able to satisfy my hunger with the portion size I am comfortable with and I don't feel guilty afterwards. There are so many different gopicnic meals to choose from that I won't grow bored of eating the same thing. You can throw one in your purse and if you get hungry during the day, a healthy snack is always within reach.


I tried one of the Classic Deli meals, the turkey stick + crunch meal while my husband, who is a huge hummus fan, had an All-Natural meal of  hummus + crackers. Of course, we shared!

The turkey stick + crunch meal is a loaded with gluten-free goodies:

  • Old Wisconsin Turkey Snack Stick
  • Popchips Barbeque Potato Chips
  • Niagara Natural Tropical Fruit Bites
  • Sweet Perry Orchards Baja Blend Fruit & Nut Mix
  • Enjoy Life Double Chocolate Cookie
  • 9g Protein • 4g Fiber • 330 Calories


    The hummus + crackers meal is also gluten-free, vegan & kosher:

  • Wild Garden Hummus Dip
  • Crunchmaster Multi-Seed Crackers
  • Sweet Perry Orchards Baja Blend Fruit & Nut Mix
  • Seapoint Farms Dry Roasted Edamame
  • Endangered Species Dark Chocolate Square
  • 25g Protein • 12g Fiber • 400 Calories





    If for any reason, you can't  seem to finish the entire picnic, just close the box and save it for later!
    You can find gopicnic ready-to-eat meals at many stores near you. I found them at Costco, Target and 7-Eleven!

    Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. I was offered sample products in order to facilitate my review. These are just my two cents!

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