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Lean Cuisine & Skinny Cow: #31Days

With all the talk of New Year’s Resolutions, have you made yours? Is working on a healthy lifestyle on your list?

I recently had the opportunity to give a Lean Cuisine Meal a try for Collective Bias, as part of the #31Days Challenge.

I tried the Grilled Chicken & Penne Pasta, it also came with Caramel Apple Dessert. While I wouldn’t eat one of these meals every night, I liked how easy it was to prepare and it tasted really good too.

Even during the cold, snowy days that we have, ice cream is always a hit at our house. I gave the Skinny Cow Bars a try. I tried the French Vanilla Truffle Bars, and let me say…they could definitely be addicting. 

You can see our Whrrl including our shopping trip to Walmart for the #31Days products, including Lean Cuisine and Skinny Cow.

Disclaimer: I was compensated for this post by Collective Bias, but all opinions and experiences are my own.

Comments

  1. I haven’t tried the penne pasta yet, but it does look good. I have tried the truffle bar.. but my favorite is the drum sticks… oh they are good!
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  2. Nellie Bragg says:

    As a Lifetime Weight Watcher at goalweight now for three years, it is a constant focus to make healthy choices! I have a real love of cooking, so that contributes a bit to the challenge. Healthy choices are a goal every day.

  3. colleen says:

    I am not a fan of frozen dinners eso the diet ones.The sodium content in them are through the roof. But Skinny Cow ice cream bars on the other hand are a must have in my house. Totally addictive which sometimes can defeat the purpose :O)

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