**Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are ours and ours alone**
The folks at Evol Foods came up with a novel idea in frozen foods...offer frozen meals with ACTUAL food ingredients. Ingredients that are easy to identify and just as tasty as fresh made. Brilliant, right? They have a huge variety of frozen meals and side dishes that can ready in just minutes.
We were sent so many amazing meals and cups to try out and have really been enjoying them over the last few weeks.
The meals come in great choices with Mexican, India and Asian and Italian influences.
The cups come in three versions: Fajita Cups, Veggie Cups and Scramble Cups:
Just peel back the plastic seal and pop in the microwave for a few minutes and you are left with a tasty and portable meal-in-a-cup that is perfect for on-the-go!
Evol Foods also offers Meals For 2, meals large enough for two people to share.
We tried the Thai Style Curry Chicken and the absolutely amazing Truffle Parmesan Portabella Risotto.
All of the meals and cups we tried were gluten-free, which is a huge bonus in our household, but Evol makes many other products including frozen burritos. My personal favorite of all the meals we tried from Evol was the Smoked Gouda Mac 'n' Cheese:
Just a sprinkle of red pepper flakes and this dish was good to go! I was super impressed by the texture of the pasta, not mushy at all:)
Evol Foods is changing the way the world thinks about frozen food. Their meals feature antibiotic-free chicken, pork, beef and cage-free eggs; herb-roasted skin-on potatoes; house-made green chile and salsas; and numerous local and organic ingredients. Their dedication to raising the bar in the world of frozen foods is apparent in all of their meals!
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