I know that frozen meals are surely not healthy diet food, but I still indulge in them once in a while. I usually only stock up on pasta varieties. When I am in the mood for some pasta, instead of forking over $12-$15 at an Italian restaurant, I turn to my trusty frozen meals. For $1.50 (on sale at Food-4-Less), I get to satisfy my pasta cravings. And let me tell you, this was oh soooo yummy. I think this must have been one of the best frozen meals I’ve had in a long long time. The pasta was perfect, the chicken was tender, and the basil pesto really made my taste buds go wild. I was really satisfied after my meal because, unlike Lean Cuisine, the portion size was really on the ball. The key to making your frozen dinner meals more gourmet is by plating it and enjoying it slowly. Definitely a lot sexier than eating off a plastic tray.
Retail: $2.00 at Food-4-Less
My Cost: $1.50 on sale when you mix-n-match
Calories: 390 for whole box