This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Stouffer’s. The opinions and text are all mine.
I love me some lasagna but I don’t want to cook it. Lasagna is difficulty level: NOT FOR ME. There is way too much involved in making lasagna and right now I choose to hit the easy button. The last thing I want to do is put in work in the kitchen after working all day. I really don’t want to cook but dinner can’t always be “mom boiled water and threw it in a cup” or “here’s a sandwich”. I want to feed my family better but can better be easy and good for you? Real questions I have. Stouffer’s is a real option.
Stouffer’s has recently announced its new “Kitchen Cupboard” commitment. This new initiative focuses on shortening and simplifying recipes that only include ingredients that consumers can recognize and can find at home, like vine-ripened tomatoes, freshly made pasta, and real mozzarella.
I popped it right in the oven to bake, paired it with simple sides to balance your plate, and served! Threw away the tray when we were done. Super easy to make and easy to clean.
Balance Your Plate is an educational program designed to help you put together delicious and nutritious meals that incorporate both frozen and fresh foods. Mom always said you need to eat your veggies! We like our lasagna with green salad and bread!
This is exactly what I’m talking about. I’m here for this! To learn more about #balanceyourplate + Kitchen Cupboard, please visit Stouffer’s
Over the next few years, consumers will see Kitchen Cupboard renovations across existing and new products. The guidelines include:
- Using ingredients that consumers trust and recognize, like what they would use in their own home kitchens, with no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives
- Working on simplified recipes that result in great taste with fewer ingredients
- Offering recipes that provide consumers with the same, or better, dining experience at a good value