Veggies Made Great

I recently did a TV segment on The Daily Flash national show with Veggies Made Great because as their name states, they really do make them taste great!

You can view the segment here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V53-FRr9VYQ

Here are a few things I LOVE about this brand:

• Only 1 in 10 Americans eat the daily recommended amount of vegetables.
• With Veggies Made Great , Veggies come first – they’re the first and primary ingredient!
• The entire line is Gluten free, made with clean/simple ingredients, soy free, peanut/tree nut free, vegetarian
• The frittatas and muffins are in retailers nationwide, and Walmart and Costco are go-to stores always in the freezer aisle.
• Let’s start with the Muffins. They can be a snack, part of breakfast, or even dessert. The first ingredient is zucchini, and depending on the flavor could also have carrots, bananas, blueberries, or other produce.
• Talk about convenient! Whether you’re off to school, work, gym (or in this case, running around for the holidays) and need a bite here, a snack there, Veggies Made Great has you covered with quick, easy and nutritious options that put veggies first.
• The Frittatas! OMG they are so delish and easy to make! They can be breakfast, snack, or side dish.
• Veggies don’t have to taste boring! Feel confident knowing you’re fueling your body with nutritious veggies that actually taste great
• The Egg patties are brand new launched in Target nationwide. Put them on a salad, on a bagel thin, in a breakfast burrito, really the possibilities are endless! The air fryer works best but you can also microwave them in no time.
• All of the Veggies Made Great line is low in calories, takes less than a minute in the microwave (the plastic is BPA free so it can even be microwaved in the wrap!)

Check them out and let me know what you think!

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Tara Collingwood
MS, RDN, CSSD, LD/N
Tara is a nationally recognized expert and spokesperson on nutrition, fitness, and health promotion and is quoted in a variety of media including television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and websites.

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