Veggie Pasta Mac & Meat – Swap in the Good Stuff

I tell you what, I often worry about my kids and their choices when it comes to food. Especially my Little Miss. She will choose cookies, cakes, etc over anything else and is really not a huge veggie eater. Though, I try to serve veggies at every meal I have noticed that many times she skips them for other choices and I figure that there has to be an easier way than fighting with her. This is why I was super-excited to partner with Birds Eye Vegetables to check out their all-new Veggie Pasta.

Veggie Pasta by Birds Eye Vegetables

One such meal I have made the switch in is our weekly Mac n’ Meat night. I am not going to lie, normally it consists of a box of Mac n’ Cheese, ground beef, and a side salad. Now, I feel so much better because I have swapped in the Birds Eye Vegetables Veggie Made Zucchini Lentil Pasta in a Cheddar Sauce and let me tell you, it is a HUGE winner and no one in the house has even NOTICED.

Now, I will be honest, I have thought about veggie pasta before, but have never had the time to try to figure out how to make them from scratch, so this is perfect for me.

Veggie Pasta Mac n Meat

Two ingredients make this meal super-easy to make, just cook up some ground beef, throw the Birds Eye Vegetables Veggie Made Zucchini Lentil Pasta in a Cheddar Sauce in the microwave and then mix it all together.

Veggie Pasta

I have noticed that the Birds Eye Vegetables Veggie Pasta all come out of the microwave ready to eat and are delicious. The ‘pasta’ is a tad more al dente than boiled pasta, but really, that is the only difference in the taste. My kids love it, I love it, so it is a win. Mac n Meat Veggie Pasta

Plus, knowing that we are getting a full serving of vegetables, without fighting is a major plus to me. So, next time you are in the frozen aisle of your local grocery, be sure to stock up on hassle-free, delicious veggie pasta from Birds Eye Vegetables. 

Have you tried any of the Veggie Pasta from Birds Eye


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