Innocent Mexican Sweet Potato Chilli Veg Pot Reviews
Product Type: Innocent Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Innocent / Type: Potato
Newest Review: ... low in fat each pot contains less than 3% fat. They are also really high in fibre the packaging states it contains 90% of ... more
by - written on 30/09/11 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I have looked at these for a while but always been put off by the hefty £3.79 price tag. However these are currently half price in Tesco so I bought a few to try. A pot contains 390g. You will find Innocent veg in the ready meal section. They come in plastic pots through which you can see the contents. The pot is surrounded by cardboard which contains the ingredients, cooking instructions and some fun facts about veg inside. The packaging states that an Innocent veg pot is; 'a delicious meal of fresh veg, tasty sauce, wholegrains, herbs & spices giving you 3 portions of veg in every pot. With no colourings, flavourings or nasty things you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/11 (Very useful, 123 readings)
I have a new found desire for the innocent veg pot's, this one being Mexican variation and I am slowly plodding my way through reviewing them. I tend to buy them when they are on offer only as at around £3.50 for a 390 gram pot it is very expensive. In Tesco recently they have had them on offer again at around £1.80 each, so I decided to buy 3 different ones that I have not tried to taste and review. **LABELLING** Each pot gives you a wealth of information upon it's cardboard surround. You get the usual information regarding the ingredients which generally speaking has things I have heard of and no mention of E numbers and chemical additives ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
*** Sweet and innocent *** Better known for its fruit smoothies, Innocent recently launched a range of healthy meals in a pot. Designed for microwaving (but also cookable on the hob), they are ideal for a quick lunch or healthy snack. I had seen these around in supermarkets and been keen to try one out, but had been put off by the price tag (around £3.50). So when I saw them on offer for 2 for 1 in my local Sainsburys I thought this would be the perfect chance to give them a go! And the only ones left were the Mexican Sweet Potato Chilli, so I picked up two of these! *** Veggie boost *** I was drawn immediately to the claim on the front that these ... Read the complete review
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