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!