Strong Roots | Cooking

I don't know about you, but I just love food, and cooking of course.

I find there's something so therapeutic about cooking, but sometimes we don't have enough hours in the day to prepare a meal from scratch, and on days like that, I have found some of the most perfect products to help.

Warning: This post is photo heavy!!:D

In a nut shell: ( is an award-winning brand on a mission to revolutionise frozen food. It has launched in the UK at Waitrose and Whole Foods Market with its innovative, delicious and nutritious range of vegetables and veggie meals.

Working with the best producers in the world to source the finest veg, the brand was launched to help those with busy lifestyles cut corners in the kitchen and enjoy healthy food easily.  All Strong Roots products are fresh, tasty and bursting with goodness. The range includes Oven Baked Sweet Potato Fries, Kale & Quinoa Burgers, Ripened Avocado Halves and Garlic Roasted Sweet Potatoes. All are a great source of fibre, vegan friendly, have no artificial flavours and are perfect whether they are enjoyed on their own or part of a balanced meal.

Strong Roots Oven Baked Sweet Potato Fries (RRP £2.99) and Kale & Quinoa Burgers (RRP £2.99) are available nationwide at Waitrose.
While the full range, including the Garlic Roasted Sweet Potato Cubes (RRP £3.99) and Ripened Frozen Avocado Halves (RRP £5.29) is available at Whole Foods Market.

I decided to whip up the burgers along with the sweet potato goodies and put them to the ultimate taste test. I also made the avocado halves into Crushed Avo/Guacamole and it went down a treat!

I had great fun trialing out all the yummy food, and they were so lovely too. I was surprised how much I enjoyed them, the garlic sweet potato cubes were my favoruite!

The Lunch I made was so good and my family loved it too. I had so much positive feedback, and that's down to the products, not me. We put the burgers into sandwich thins, to make a healthier option. It worked so well! I think this goodies would be perfect for any gatherings around this time of year, if you wanted to make something on the healthier side.

Overall I think are definitely worth checking out, whether you are vegan/plant based or not. I don't follow either of them diets but I enjoyed the food greatly, I love exploring and experimenting with new products, especially in the kitchen, and I think it's great to try something that you normally might not.

I hope you enjoyed this post, I certainly enjoyed making it.

Bye for now,
Tamzin xxx

**this product was sent to me for free. In no way does it shape or form my opinion


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