I received a coupon for one free product and it would have cost me about four dollars otherwise.
Truthfully, Craig cooked up the meal while I was working on something else, but it was really easy to make on the stovetop. He just added 1/2 cup of water like the package said to and heated it up on the stove for about 8 minutes.
The flavor was nice and cheesy. The three cheese sauce had parmesean, romano, and cheddar cheeses. I picked out something cheesy so Craig would be able to eat it too. He wasn’t about some of the vegetables, but picked them out and ate a lot of the chicken and noodles.
The other flavors that are available include:
-Chicken & Vegetables in a Pot Pie Gravy and Crust Crumbles
-Cheddar Chicken Potato
-Cheesy Ranch Chicken
-Creamy Tomato Penne with Chicken
-Chicken Penne with Vegetables
-Beef Lo Mein
-Sweet & Sour Chicken
-Beef & Broccoli
As you may know, I don’t eat a lot of meat and I am picky about it when I do. I liked the chicken pieces in this meal. They tasted nice with the veggie ingredients and sauce.
I mentioned this earlier in the week, but I wanted to reiterate that I took the leftovers to work on Monday and they heated up very nicely too.
As the information I received from Foodbuzz states, “Birds Eye Voila! gives you a complete meal, full of quality Birds Eye veggies, proteins, and grains.” I did like that I was able to make a meal that contained all of those ingredients in only 5-6 minutes.
I’ll be honest though–the ingredient list is quite long and that always leaves me a little leery.
I also received a huge amount of buy one, get one free coupons, so I may be trying a few of the other meals, like Chicken Parmesan, in the future.
Overall, I really enjoyed reviewing this product and would recommend it to others who are looking for a complete, but easy to cook meal that they can keep on hand in their freezer.
Thanks again Foodbuzz Tastemaker program with Birds Eye Voila!