Oct 19, 2018

Luvo Flipped Bowls Reviews | BibRavePro

Disclaimer: I received the Luvo Flipped Bowl Sampler Pack to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro, and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

I love food. I know, a real bold statement there. I do love food and in particular I love to cook. Cooking is relaxing, enjoyable, plus it allows me to make healthier options. However, cooking takes time, something I don't always have. Sometimes you need something quick. The problem comes that quick does not usually equal healthy (quick != healthy for my fellow geeks). This is where Luvo enters. I've reviewed some of their meals in the past - which I enjoyed. I even tried some of their Planted Power bowls - which were also good but lacking in one thing to me: meat. I'm all in favor of vegetarian and vegan options but for me personally I like a protein with my lunch. Now, I received round three, the Luvo Flipped Bowls.
I'm going to start off with easily my favorite of all the bowls. It's their take on an Italian classic, penne and meatballs. It starts with whole wheat penne and adds a tomato basil sauce. They also add something you'll see a lot in these bowls: antibiotic-free chicken meatballs. Lastly, they add a blend of cheese. I love this one. Overall, the meatballs are pretty good. They're not grandma's meatballs, but they're a good addition to a bowl like this. The sauce on here is what makes this really good. It's much better than what you normally get out of a quick meal like this. I may have added a little bit of extra parmesan cheese myself, but that's just how I do pasta.

The stats on it a pretty good, offering 17g of protein, 1/2 cup of vegetables, and 31g of whole grains.

Kale Ricotta Ravioli

I know I mentioned my desire for meats in these bowls, but the other I'm reviewing in this post has no meat... but it is another Italian twist. Their ravioli starts with a ricotta ravioli and adds to kit kale, spices, and another good red sauce. I'm personally not a kale person, but it's good in here. It adds to the dish without being too much for me to dislike the kale. It's a good twist and better than any ravioli you'll get from a can, despite the chef on the label.

This also offers some great stats: 12g protein, another 1/2 cup of vegetables, and 14g of whole grains

More to come

I'll have a couple more reviews in a future post for you. Be sure to have a look out for some stroganoff, some pesto and even some garlic wine sauce. Follow my Instagram @itshighlandjohn to see more as I try them.

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