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Short Cuts In The Kitchen With Good Food Made Simple. The Kids Will Never Know! #Giveaway

I love to cook but after baby number 3 the last thing that I want to do is prep a meal. With my new schedule that means before I drop the kids off to school WITH A BABY, I’m defrosting meat in the sink, cooking rice in a rice cooker, beans in a slow cooker, and boiling corn in a pot on low. It’s just way too much going in my kitchen!

I need a shortcut that’s going to make me feel less guilty yet still give my family that comfort of an at home cooked meal still cooked with love.  So when Good Food Made Simple reached out for a taste test I knew this Mom not only needed a break from the kitchen but needed a new backup plan for the days my kitchen is closed.

Not only are these meals found at Target (where I basically live) but they’re so affordable and easy to make! I simply popped these frozen meals into the microwave and dinner was served in about 6 minutes. Good Food Made Simple never is made from scratch and doesn’t use any artificial ingredients, colors, flavors, chemical preservatives, fillers, or MSG!

As a Mom, I want to feed my kids good wholesome food and with Good Food Made Simple I’m happy to know that their meals are made with no artificial ingredients, colors, flavors, chemical preservatives, fillers, or MSG!

Thier entrees are made with a minimum of 70% organic ingredients, cage-free eggs and they never use antibiotics, hormones or animal byproducts.

STEAK BLACK BEAN

When vegetarians cheat, they combine their love of Mexican cuisine with our fork-tender, fire-grilled steak. This classic southwestern rice bowl is both hearty and balanced. The naked burrito bowl features fire-grilled steak & southwestern style vegetables with black bean rice, ranchero sauce and is topped with sharp cheddar cheese.

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I served the kiddos on a plate to make it look as if I’ve been cooking all day!

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LASAGNA BOLOGNESE

Layered handmade organic pasta with rich ricotta and slow-simmered Bolognese for a lasagna that’s made with the same wholesome ingredients used by generations of Italian Nonnas.

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CHICKEN ENCHILADAS VERDES

Organic corn tortillas are filled with tender chicken and then topped with their signature hatch chile sour cream, award-winning cheddar and served on a bed of organic basmati rice. Made with simple ingredients!

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CAVATAPPI BOLOGNESE

Decadent Bolognese sauce off of a traditional Italian recipe pairing rich meat sauce with fresh, sautéed organic carrots, onions, and basil. Tossed with perfectly cooked organic Cavatappi noodles and topped with organic mozzarella, it’s a deliciously gratifying dish that’s been around for ages. Now, ready in minutes.

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GOOD FOOD FOR ALL.

Simply put, we wanted wholesome meal options we could feel good about feeding our own families. Over time, we’ve turned that vision into a company that’s revamping the freezer aisle, and beyond. – Good Food Made Simple

Make sure to check out Good Food Made Simple at http://www.goodfoodmadesimple.com to learn more about their breakfast bowls, entrees and snacks!

Did these entrees make you hungry? Want to try some for yourself? Well, enter our giveaway! (1) One lucky reader will win free product coupons to try these delicious meals yourself. Simply leave a comment below on the entree you can’t wait to try. For more points:

  • Like 3citygirlsnyc on Facebook
  • Share this giveaway on your Facebook timeline
  • Like Good Food Made Simple on Facebook

 

Giveaway ends 3/22/17

*Disclosure: This post was made possible thanks to our friends at Good Food Made Simple. The content and opinions expressed here are of my own.

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