Healthy, ready-to-eat meals from the grocery store
Looking for a nutritious, convenient meal that’s ready to go? Celebrate Health has a NEW range of healthy, ready-to-eat meals available at Woolworths and AusPantry!
These tasty meals are gluten free, vegan-friendly, with no added sugar and no artificial colours or flavours. Whether you need something quick when you’re on the run, wondering what to buy for lunch from a grocery store, or need an easy side to bulk up a family meal, these Celebrate Health meals fit right in.
There are 4 internationally inspired flavours that you can simply pop in the microwave for two minutes, then they’re warmed and ready to enjoy as is or with extra toppings! Check them out:
Tuscan Style Italian Beans & Tomato: Take your tastebuds straight to Italy with this Tuscan Style meal. Inside are tender beans and lentils in sauce of tomato, basil and fire-roasted capsicums. Savoury and subtly smoky, serve with shaved parmesan and crusty bread.
Mexican Style Black Rice & Red Beans: Mexican is always a favourite, and this meal is made with nutritious tomato, black rice, quinoa and red beans. Make it a Mexican fiesta and serve with guacamole, tomato salsa and sour cream.
Asian Style Soybean & Grains: Brown rice, red sorghum, soybeans, chia seeds and sesame seeds are flavoured with soy sauce and miso for a little umami bomb in a packet. Enjoy as is, or add a fried egg, steamed Asian greens and tofu for something extra filling.
Indian Style Turmeric & Ancient Grains: If you like to spice it up, this Indian Style meal is one to try. Full of spiced brown rice, red sorghum, lentils, chickpeas, and coconut milk, this one is perfect to wrap up in naan with a dollop of yoghurt and some sliced cucumbers.
More healthy meals
Looking for more healthy meals made with wholesome ingredients and less sugar? Check out more Celebrate Health recipes below for more meal ideas.
Celebrate Health is a contributing recipe Partner at myfoodbook.com.au. This article features content sourced from Celebrate Health and our own opinions. For more information visit the Celebrate Health website.