Amy’s Kitchen is amazing. This long-standing vegetarian company has been a staple of mine since high school. I’ve posted about them a lot on this blog and Lazy Girl Vegan social media channels that finding Amy’s in grocery stores as a teen helped me transition to vegetarianism in Cincinnati, back when I didn’t know how to cook tempeh or make a grain bowl.
No matter what stage you are at in life, Trader Joe’s has a frozen vegan meal for you. We all get busy sometimes, so if you’re going to go with a frozen meal, just add some more greens and veggies to make it healthier. Continue reading
Fermented foods are so healthy for us. Pickled cabbage, fermented juices and more strengthen your digestive and immune systems, as well as help support and build the natural ecosystem in your gut.
The delicious, fermented products from BAO are packed full of organic ingredients and vibrant probiotic bacteria. All BAO products are vegan.
Halo Top ice cream has skyrocketed in popularity this year, but sadly, vegans and those with allergies could not partake since every flavor contained dairy. Now, Halo Top is answering vegan and lactose intolerant prayers everywhere by releasing seven new flavors that are totally vegan!
School children and college kids are back in class, which means quick, travel-friendly snacks for those busy grab-n-go days are in high demand. Tired of veggie chips and veggie sticks? Try something a little different like cornbread crisps from Farmer’s Pantry.
GoMacro Thrive bars are made from a superfood ancient grain blend and other organic ingredients like cashews, almonds, dates, hemp hearts, puffed quinoa, pumpkin seeds, sprouted flax and fruit.
I have a sweet tooth, so I was happy to try Mini Coco-Roons from Wonderfully Raw Gourmet Delights. I give them two thumbs up for sure — these little bags of superfood sweet treats are both tasty and wholesome. Win win!