CedarLane’s New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas

Somedays, you want it to be simple. Come home from work, stumble over to the freezer, sift through a few boxes, pop something or another in the microwave, and wahlahh! Food. Other days, you want something like, oh I don’t know, quinoa & vegetable enchiladas – something natural, healthy, delicious. Something that requires lots of slaving away in the kitchen, four or five pans of boiling water, sauces, veggies, the whole works, and an angry tummy that’s like, “Feed me. Feed me now.”

I’ve never considered myself much of a wordsmith, but I feel the need to pull out a dictionary and find new ways to describe what CedarLane has done with their new Quinoa & Vegetable Enchiladas. Before I blather, I should mention that I actually am a fan of the frozen food section in the grocery store. Of course, I like all-natural frozen entrees, free of preservatives. I’m a picky frozen foodie. I’ve sampled just about everything organic, packaged and shoved in a grocer freezer, and I get a little kick out of visiting Trader Joe’s because they have that one aisle . . . you know what I’m talking about. But CedarLane has gone beyond creative and natural and yummy, and done something truly . . . magical . . .

CedarLane's New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas as reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blog. CedarLane's New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas as reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blog. CedarLane's New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas as reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blog. This was lunch on a Sunday afternoon. I should’ve saved it for my Monday blues (as it would have cheered me up and been a welcome distraction), but the thing about Sundays is they’re awesome. Church, football, pigging out. It’s like national day of singing, watching people run and tackle each other, and falling asleep with cheese in your mouth. What’s better? So I tried this on a Sunday because Sundays are beautiful, and CedarLane made them even more so. Perfect serving size, perfect flavor, perfect nutrients, perfect everything. They were so tender too, which surprised me. So many times you eat a microwavable enchilada, and the tortilla has hardened or been completely saturated in sauce, but neither was the case. I found myself both full and wanting more, more, more. The sauce, too. It was rich, creamy, but not overwhelmingly so. You could tell the CedarLane chefs pride themselves in using various seasonings and avoiding artificial flavors. It tasted homemade. It tasted like Mom’s. CedarLane's New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas as reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blog. CedarLane's New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas as reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blog. CedarLane's New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas as reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blog. Do yourself a favor. Try CedarLane’s NEW Quinoa & Vegetable Enchiladas today. If you don’t know where to buy this product, access CedarLane’s store tracker now to find a grocer near you. CedarLane's New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas as reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blog. CedarLane's New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas as reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blog. CedarLane's New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas as reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blog. CedarLane's New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas as reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blog. CedarLane's New Quinoa and Vegetable Enchiladas as reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blog.

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