A Review of Lean Cuisine Chicken with Almonds Dinner: No Preservatives

When I came across Lean Cuisine Chicken with Almonds Dinner, in the frozen meals section at my local grocery store, I was very interested in it. I am a fan of chicken and almond entrees and this one looked intriguing. I decided to purchase it, try it out and write a product review all about my personal experience with it. Here is what I discovered!

Lean Cuisine Chicken with Almonds Dinner is affordable. It costs around two dollars and fifty cents. Not a bad price for a well balanced healthy frozen meal. This dinner has chicken tenderloins, white rice, broccoli, green beans, almonds, yellow carrots and a gourmet type of ginger sauce. All of that sounded great to me. This meal has no preservatives in it and that is nice! I could not wait to try it!

I discovered that this dinner is low cal, protein rich, low fat and fiber rich. Wonderful! This frozen meal is perfect for microwave cooking and that is how I chose to prepare it. I cut a slit in the film cover, cooked on high for five minutes and then let it stand in my microwave for one more minute before uncovering, stirring well and serving. This meal smelled fantastic! It looked fabulous.

When I tasted Lean Cuisine Chicken with Almonds Dinner, I just fell in love with it. The chicken is tender and plentiful. The sauce is divine and it is what makes this meal so special. It tastes gourmet and along with the almonds and veggies, the combination is yummy! This product impressed me. It is hard to believe that a diet friendly dinner tastes this good. But it does. I am grateful. I rate this meal five stars out of five stars. I will be buying it again. It is filling and fun to eat. It gives me a creative and healthy quick meal choice.

This dinner has only 250 calories in it. Wow! Only 35 of those calories come from fat. Double wow! It has 4 grams of total fat, 0.5 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 1 gram of polyunsaturated fat, 2 grams of monounsaturated fat, 30 mg’s of cholesterol, 490 mg’s of sodium, 360 mg’s of potassium, 38 grams of total carbs, 4 grams of dietary fiber, 13 grams of sugars and 16 grams of protein. This meal has small amounts of vitamins A, C, calcium and iron in it. This product does contain almonds, wheat and soy. This dinner equals 5 weight watchers points according to Nestle.

I loved trying Lean Cuisine Chicken with Almonds Dinner and writing a product review about it. It really surprised me and pleased me. A different and creative meal. For more information, you can visit the leancuisine.com website. This dinner is a winner, in my book.