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As you may have noticed, the previous week was seriously lacking in outfit posts. Work has kept me busy running from place to place, and with what few posts I did manage to get up, I've barely had enough time to eat a proper meal. Quick food used to automatically mean fast food, until I was given the chance to try these Lean Cuisine Honestly Good meals, available at your local Target store. What can I say, they're fast, fresh, and healthy!
(pictured: honey citrus chicken)
These all natural meals come in six different varieties: Honey Citrus Chicken, Lemongrass Salmon, Pineapple Black Pepper Beef, Plum Ginger Grain-Crusted Fish, Pomegranate Chicken, and Roasted Red Pepper Chicken.
(pictured: pineapple black pepper beef)
Surprisingly, the ingredients are incredibly fresh and tasted nothing like the traditional quick meals I've had in the past. Although 'quick' is definitely an understatement, as it took me roughly 6 minutes to prepare each meal, and that's 6 minutes from the moment I opened the package to when I dug in for the first bite.
With my recently hectic lifestyle, I've been able to replace my normal 45-minute sit down meals with these quick, healthy meals. Not only do I feel satisfied, I no longer have those mid-afternoon food coma urges that come with heavier lunches!
(pictured: plum ginger grain-crusted fish)
My favorite? The plum ginger grain-crusted fish pictured above. These Honestly Good meals are so fresh that the fish comes raw and has a warning to cook thoroughly! Most other meals have precooked meats and fish that taste dry.
(pictured: lemongrass salmon)
So the next time you find yourself with a looming deadline, a final to cram for, or any hectic schedule, give these Lean Cuisine Honestly Good meals a try! You'll be quite surprised with the wholesome ingredients and taste of each meal.
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Lean Cuisine via Pollinate Media Group. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Lean Cuisine.