They’re made with organic vegetables, quinoa, and walnuts, from a family-owned business that doesn’t use GMOs.
I expected them to be similar to Sunshine Burgers, but definitely not, if that’s what you’re expecting. The texture is a little different – more like a rice burger.
They were a little too salty for my taste, so if they made a reduced-sodium variety I’d be inclined to buy them more often. Also they could use more herbs and flavor, but perhaps they’ll come out with more varieties.
My favorite way to eat a veggie burger is on top of a salad beast! Lots and lots of veggies, preferably with some hummus.
I bet it’s also be great with some kale chips or sweet potato fries! Overall, pretty good, but not my favorite Amy’s product.
Have you tried any Amy’s products?
I don’t eat frozen food much, but their Indian dishes are amazing as is the Indian Dal Lentil Soup. I don’t eat prepared foods too often, but in a pinch these are some that I grab and pair with fresh produce for an easy on-the-go or in-a-pinch/time-saving option.
They’re continuously expanding their line to include more gluten-free, dairy-free, and light in sodium varieties – so two thumbs up!