Garden Lites Super Veggie Cakes Review. The Superfood Veggie Cakes are packed with nutrient-rich superfood veggies and are gluten-free.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Garden Lites. The opinions are my own.
I was recently introduced to the Superfood Veggie Cakes by my friends at Garden Lites. I already was a fan of their muffins, so I was excited to try another one of their gluten-free products.
Garden Lites mission is to get America Hooked on Veggies. Vegetables are the first and primary ingredient in every Garden Lites product. They are committed to helping you and your family find new and delicious ways to eat more veggies.
They have a whole line of gluten-free products where vegetables are either the main focus, like the Superfood Veggie Cakes, or they are cleverly hidden, like in their muffins. Their products are made with clean and simple ingredients and are Non-GMO.
You can find out more about their gluten-free muffins by reading my review of them HERE.
The Superfood Veggie Cakes are packed with nutrient-rich superfood veggies like kale, cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, zucchini, red peppers, and onions. These veggie cakes also include brown rice and eggs that perfectly compliment the variety of vegetables in the cake.
They are allergy-friendly being gluten-free, soy-free, peanut & tree nut free. They are also only 80 calories!
Lunch is the meal I struggle with the most, and now I have a new and delicious gluten-free option. The veggie cakes are frozen, and they heat up quickly in just 45 seconds in the microwave.
I really enjoyed the taste and texture of the veggie cakes. The veggie cakes have a really nice balance between the vegetables and rice. They are perfectly seasoned and would make a tasty breakfast, lunch, as a snack or a side dish.
All Garden Lites products are frozen and can be found in the freezer section at your local grocery store. You can use their store locator to find these gluten-free muffins in a store near you. I can buy them at my local grocery store, Walmart, Target, and Costco.
Disclosure: This review post is sponsored by Garden Lites. The opinions are my own.