When I first became a mom something happened. All of a sudden I was so concerned with caring for my baby and making sure their needs were met that I stopped looking after my own. And I stopped eating lunch. Eventually I got back into eating lunch again – when Maddie Grace and I could sit down together and eat lunch. And then came baby #2. He’s amazing, and I wouldn’t trade him for anything in the world, but I’ve once again found myself not having the time to sit down and eat lunch. And I know moms of newborns aren’t the only ones to not eat lunch. I know plenty of people who work who don’t find the time for lunch during the day.
Lunch is so important. We all need it to give our bodies the energy to pull through the day. But so many of us just don’t think we have the time for it. That’s why I’m always on the lookout for quick and easy lunches that are also health conscious as I’m working on losing the baby weight from baby #2. That’s why I stock up on Healthy Choice Simply Café Steamers to eat for lunch throughout the week.
Healthy Choice Simply Café Steamers are delicious, easy, and made with 100 percent natural proteins and absolutely no artificial ingredient. Simple ingredients become vibrant, crisp vegetables and juicy proteins for a delicious, fresh taste. These meals feature a tray-in-steam cooking method that separates ingredients during heating to unlock freshness you can see and taste. There are nearly a dozen meals as part of the Healthy Choice Simply Café Steamers line, all with less than 310 calories and more than 18 grams of 100% natural protein. With flavors like Grilled Chicken & Broccoli Alfredo and Grilled Pesto & Vegetables you are sure to find a few you will love! Healthy Choice is the only major brand in the frozen meals section that can call 100% of its products “healthy” as approved by the FDA. Find Healthy Choice Café Steamers in the freezer aisle at grocery stores nationwide for the manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $3.29.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.