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Good Food Made Simple NEW Flavor Alert! 12 New Meals/12 New Flavors @GFMSimple

Good Food Made Simple NEW Flavor Alert! 12 New Meals/12 New Flavors @GFMSimple

Deliciously Savvy received samples in order to provide an honest and unbiased review and all opinions are 100% my own. Regardless, I only review products that I am truly interested in for myself and my family and of course for sharing those reviews with my savvy readers. Thanks for stopping by and enjoy!

I was so excited to try the newest addition to the Good Food Made Simple lineup…. expanding from delicious & healthy breakfast options to delicious lunch and dinner entrees! Good Food Made Simple is the #1 brand of natural and organic breakfast burritos and they are committed to revolutionizing the freezer isle with clean, made-with-organic foods. This is why I was so excited that Good Food Made Simple has just expanded and added a new line of restaurant inspired Entrée Meals! The Entrée Meals are made with organic ingredients and use simple, real foods like whole grains, organic veggies and humanely raised meats. Focused on flavor, Good food Made Simple worked with a professional chef to recreate restaurant-inspired recipes for a true culinary journey. I found these at my local Target store and was impressed with the huge selection of delicious entrees and breakfast items available.


Now Let’s See What I Thought……

These were a few of the entrees that I received. Hands down my absolute favorite is the Chicken Enchiladas Verdes and my husbands was the Three Pepper Beef. They were both so delicious and tasty and the enchiladas are layered on top of rice… so the rice absorbs the sauce and all together you are treated to a delicious quick and organic meal. I am picky when it comes to frozen meals…. but Good Food Made Simple creates delicious entrees that really satisfy and taste amazing all while providing  a clean and organic meal anytime of the day.

This was Allen’s favorite Good Food Made Simple entree choice. He loved the Three Pepper Beef. As you can see it looks delicious… with perfectly cooked rice, spices and broccoli with tender chunks of beef…. but I must warn you that this is a spicy one. Allen loved, loved, loved it and I will be picking up a few more of these when I visit Target this week. Simply put… this is really tasty. Good Food Made Simple’s Three Pepper Beef is a very satisfying and delicious dish.

The Chicken Pad Thai was another fabulous dish! I actually must say that this ties with the Chicken Enchiladas Verdes! The Chicken Pad Thai was one that I just tried and everything was delicious about this dish. It gave a little heat but not too much….. just enough without being too over powering.  The noodles, the sauce, the delicious cuts of Chicken and the veggies were all delicious and I finished each and every bite! Delicious quick entree for either lunch or dinner.

So as you can see Good Food Made Simple has an amazing selection of Entree Meals! The selection is abundant and there is definitely an entree to suit everyone’s tastes. Sometimes you need a quick and delicious organic meal in a pinch and Good Food Made Simple Provides….. here are the choices:

Good Food Made Simple Entree Meals

So tell me…. Have You Ever Tried Good Food Made Simple’s Breakfast Burritos? Would You Like To Try Their New Delicious and Organic Line Of Entrees? Tell me You Thoughts Today & As Always… Thanks For Visiting Deliciously Savvy!


  • gloria patterson

    These all look so good, hate to admit but I do eat a lot of frozen dinners. As a senior some times I just don’t want to bother cooking.

  • Amber Ludwig

    Yummo!! I love that they actually look like the picture when they are cooked lol!! That doesn’t happened much in microwave food 😉

  • Jo-Ann Brightman

    All of these flavors, dinners sound delicious. I think that my favorite would be the Three Pepper Beef dish.

  • Jerry Marquardt

    I love the information in the new flavor alert on these 12 new meals and 12 new flavors to make for a good food made simple.

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