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A few months ago, the folks over at Good Food Made Simple (GFMS) reached out and asked us to give their food a try. I am always skeptical about packaged/frozen food. In my experience convenience usually comes at a (nasty!) cost. However, when our sample pack arrived I was blown away. Every package contained all natural, real food. There was no confusing or scary ingredients on the labels. And best of all, the food was delicious and ridiculously easy to prepare.

(I wasn’t paid to post this review and I’m under no obligation to post a positive review. I genuinely feel this way about the GFMS products. They’re just good, really good.)

The folks at GFMS passionately believe that ingredients are the priority in any product. Clean, simple ingredients that you know and trust. They make sure each and every ingredient in their products meets their strict clean food criteria. With nothing artificial… ever. It’s food you can trust, made with clean, simple ingredients that you can understand. The people at GFMS, go to great lengths to discover and source only the finest, cleanest, GFMS-approved ingredients available. They don’t cut corners by formulating with hydrogenated oils, inexpensive filler ingredients or chemical preservatives.

When you try their food, it’s clear that they take the time to strike the perfect balance between taste, texture, nutrition and presentation. Just real food made with all-natural ingredients, packed into quick, delicious meals.

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We tried out a whole bunch of the Good Food Made Simple products and enjoyed them all. My favourites were the southwestern veggie breakfast bowls, the veggie and potato breakfast burritos, and the mac & cheese with pepper jack. I gave Roman the kids mac n’ cheese and he loved it.

As much as I would love to prepare fresh, local, homemade meals every day of the week, the reality is that I don’t. (I mean, really, who does every single day?) GFMS is the next best thing. It’s so nice to have a quick, easy and healthy alternative in the freezer for those days when I’m just not up to the whole rigamarole of cooking from scratch.

Good Food Made Simple products can be found all over the U.S. in most major grocery stores. Check their map to find a store near you and find them on Facebook here.

If you’ve tried Good Food Made Simple or if you have other recommendations for quick + easy — let me know in the comments.

3 thoughts on “Good Food Made Simple”

  1. Loooove their food! Before I was a vegetarian I was obsessed with their breakfast burritos. I’d love to try the vegetarian options but I don’t see them in stores around here, just the meat ones.

  2. Sounds great! I started eating clean three years ago and it was the best decision ever. It can be so hard to find quick, healthy options so I will definitely try and find some of these products! xo

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