Oct 27, 2018

Luvo Flipped Bowls Review Part Deux | 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 recently received some of Luvo's Flipped Bowls to taste test. Earlier you may have read my post on the Chicken Meatballs in Tomato Basil Sauce and the Kale Ricotta Ravioli.
Stroganoff is a dish I do not frequent, but is something I was interested in trying their variety of it. It starts with whole wheat rotini, the antibiotic-free chicken meatballs we saw in the penne, and then add Luvo's creamy stroganoff sauce. It also includes a mix of some vegetables as well. While not my favorite it was pretty good. It is definitely something different that is a good now and then.

The stats on it a pretty good, offering 16g of protein (1/3 of which are from plant-based sources), 1/2 cup of vegetables, and 34g of whole grains.

Chicken Meatballs in Garlic Wine Sauce

Next, we have yet another set of Italian flavors: the garlic wine sauce. They add this sauce to whole wheat rotini, white beans, greens, and antibiotic-free chicken meatballs topped with a blend of parmesan and mozzarella cheese. While sauce is pretty good, overall this bowl as not for me. The reason why is the white beans. I personally just do not like the texture. I ate them - as they were in the bowl and I know a healthy addition - it is just is not for me.

This also offers some great stats: 17g protein, another 1/2 cup of vegetables, 32g of whole grains, and no sugar!
The last bowl goes green and by green I mean pesto sauce. Whole wheat penne, antibiotic-free chicken meatballs, yellow squash, all combined with their creamy pesto sauce. I usually do not go for pesto sauce on my noodles - I'm more a red sauce kind of guy - I really enjoyed this one. It is quite a pleasant surprise. It is a good combination, I enjoy some yellow squash, and overall enjoyed this bowl.

The stats on it a pretty good, offering 17g of protein (1/3 of which are from plant-based sources), 1/2 cup of vegetables, and 31g of whole grains.


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