Innocent Veg Pots: An easy way to get 3 of your 5 a day

If you’re looking for a fresh and filling lunch you might want to grab yourself a tasty veg pot from Innocent. Of course, Innocent are more famous for their smoothies, thickies and juices. But they’ve recently added veg pots to their range – and they’re absolutely delicious.

Which Innocent Veg Pots are gluten free?

Which Innocent Veg Pots are gluten free?

There are eight in the range and I tried these two this week: Mexican sweet potato chilli with brown rice, jalapeno peppers and smoke paprika; and Indian daal curry with spicy cauliflower, chickpeas and fresh spinach. The ingredients are all fresh with no colourings, flavourings or nasty E numbers. And these two are gluten free, low in fat and contain three of my daily veg portions.

Not all the pots are gluten free so be sure to check the ingredients before you buy.

You can buy Innocent tasty veg pots at Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose and Asda where they normally retail for about £3.50. But Asda currently have them for 2 for £5 which is a bargain!

Try out a few of the other flavours and let us know what you think.

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2 Responses to “Innocent Veg Pots: An easy way to get 3 of your 5 a day”

  1. Leon: 10th November 2010 at 12:21pm

    Please start your article by highlighting that most of the Veg Pots are NOT Gluten free and do not leave this to a one liner way down in your article. It is wrong to promote a product well ahead of other peoples health. Please reign in your self-interest and be more conscientious.

  2. Gluten Free Girl: 10th November 2010 at 5:39pm

    I think you do the Gluten Free Blog readers a disservice Leon. They’re an intelligent, knowledgeable bunch and know that you always have to check the labels, no matter what you eat. I was not in any way “promoting” Innocent pots nor is it in my “self-interest” to do so. If we are ever asked to review products we will say in the blog post which company we’ve received them from.

    On this occasion I’d picked up these two Innocent pots at my local Asda and had chosen the gluten free ones as I’m a coeliac. They were tasty and delicious and I was happy to share this information with our readers.

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