This post is sponsored by Weight Watchers but all thoughts and opinions including meal suggestions are my own.
I’m the first to admit that I’m a culprit of the glorification of “busy”. I know that running my own business and working in an active environment can take a lot of time and energy. It’s often hard to find “balance” and be a perfect example of health and wellness when you are run off your feet and genuinely very busy. That’s where Weight Watchers frozen meals come in handy.
I like to eat well and when time permits I enjoy preparing my meals from scratch, but of late I’ve found it difficult to always be proactive with my food prep. Sometimes when I come home late from work or the studio the last thing I want to do is spend an hour cooking (or God forbid even venture to the supermarket).
My clients often ask me if there’s still a place for frozen meals, so I put it to the test. Often when I’m time poor I’ll opt for a protein shake, but let’s face it, this just doesn’t cut it for a healthy dinner. What I love about the Weight Watchers frozen meals is that they fit into my busy fast-paced life and are made from wholesome and nutritious ingredients, meaning my family and I can take control of our food choices without the effort. Affordable healthy meals are a big tick in my books!
Thai Red Prawn Curry from the Gourmet Menu and the Quinoa and Vegetables from the Light Menu are my personal favourites and Honey Soy Noodles and Chicken & Mushroom Fettuccine are on hand for my husband. There is a variety of modern, tasty and quick meals that are a perfect combination of ingredients, flavour and balance meaning there’s no shortage of options.