Innocent Sweet Potato Chilli Veg Pot Reviews
Product Type: Innocent Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Innocent / Type: Potato
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by - written on 05/08/11 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Loving innocent smoothies, I was delighted to discover new innocent veg pots are being introduced. I bought mine from a tesco express, as a quick dinner as I was planning to go out later that night. From the various different flavours, it was really hard to choose between all of them: 'mexican veg pot', 'portugese red pepper piri piri', 'thai coconut curry', 'thai vegetable sweet chilli' and 'indian vegetable masala' are just some examples! After a lengthy decision, I chose the Thai vegetable sweet chilli pot! (Just to note, I've chosen to review this version because currently the thai vegetable on isn't available on dooyoo! must be new!). The veg pot is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 206 readings)
I love Innocent smoothies, ok they are overpriced but they are a great way of getting your five a day, so when I spotted the Mexican Sweet Potato Chilli Veg Pot from Innocent, I thought I would give it ago as an accompiant to enchiladas, it was shared between two people. I bought mine in Tesco's but they are available in Waitrose and other big supermarkets for the extorniate amount of £3.49 considering you could buy vegetables and mix them up yourself for half the price but anyway it seemed a quick and easy way to get 3 of the 5 a day into my boyfriend and was a little treat to myself as I am trying to eat healthily. The veg pot is suitable for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/09, updated on 11/09/09 (Very useful, 389 readings)
Variety is the spice of life especially when it comes to lunch time. I'm always on the look out for something quick, healthy and tasty for the most important hour of the working day. Yesterday i had something very different courtesy of Innocent the smoothie manufactures. Innocent have diversified fr4om smoothies, thickeis and juices into the ready meal market with their veg pots. These are little pots full of fresh vegetables, herbs spices and grains for a guilt free lunch. I chose the Mexican sweet potato chilli . I had little choice , as that was the only one lurking in Tescos reduced cabinet. I had seen them many a time before but i was unwilling to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/09, updated on 20/04/09 (Very useful, 1370 readings)
After years of selling us squished up fruit, Innocent - those smoothie people - decided it was time to branch out a bit. Logical next step from fruit is veg, although fortunately they've decided not to squish it up! Instead, they've mixed up the vegetables with beans, rice, couscous and other yummy healthy things to create the new range of 'Veg Pots' - basically a veggie-based meal in a microwavable pot, handily providing three of your five a day (add a smoothie, and you hit all five, according to Innocent!). I was attracted to try the Veg Pot range as they are healthy and yet totally lazy to make - sort of posh Pot Noodles, in a way (no, not really). Add in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/10, updated on 25/10/11 (Very useful, 229 readings)
I like to vary what I eat at lunchtimes because even if I really like a particular food choice eventually I will go off it if I eat it day in day out for lunch. For instance I enjoy toast, sandwiches, pitta bread and bagels but I wouldn't want them everyday. So with this in mind I am always on the look out for new ideas from cookbooks, internet websites and of course when out shopping. I am a vegan and I have often enjoyed smoothies made by 'Innocent' so you could say that I was very interested when I saw the opportunity to purchase a 'Veg Pot' in Tesco for Half Price! Yes, I thought to myself, this looks appealing. I like Mexican food and enjoy sweet potato too so . Read the complete review
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