YummyTummyCo is a specialist gluten, wheat & dairy free meal company aiming to deliver to hungry London based workers. They hand make all their meals in their kitchen in King's Cross. Their selection of yummy pots offer a wide range of cuisines & flavours. All their pots are Gluten & Wheat Free. They also offer a range of Vegan, Dairy & Lactose free pots.
All these pots are gluten, wheat and diary free with no additives or preservatives.
This pots is made up of Quinoa, Kale, Black Beans, Sweet Potato, Sweet Corn, Coriander, Pumpkin Seeds, Garlic, Olive Oil and Salt and Pepper. The whole pot contains 344 calories. It is vegetarian, obviously. This pot can be heated up in the microwave on a medium heat for 2 minutes. Then stir and another 2 minutes more in the microwave. This is so easy to do and so quick for those days where you really can't be bothered to cook or are in a rush.
When eating it, I literally just ate it out of the pot it came in. I love the tastes in this pot, the Quinoa tastes so good and with the sweet potato it is amazing. I am not a big fan of the kale in it but that is personal preference. This pot is perfect for lunch or dinner, it is very light and if you have had a lot to eat in the day it is perfect for a light dinner. This pot is £5.25 but not all sellers stay to this price suggestion.
Catch of the Day
This pot contains Line Caught Tuna, Bell Pepper, Tomato, Black Beans, Sweet Corn, Cucumber, Spinach, Dill, Olive Oil, Lemon Juice, Salt & Pepper. The whole pot is 198 calories. This pot is cold and should be served cold.
I literally just got the pot out of the fridge and ate it out the pot so easy and quick. I was a bit wary of this pot because I didn't think I would like the flavours but this is actually my favourite. The tuna is so fresh and complimented with the cucumber and sweetcorn really well. I love this pot, it doesn't taste too fishy and it is the perfect size. This pot is £5.50 but not all sellers stay to this price suggestion.
This pot contains Salmon Fillet, Brown Rice, Green Beans, Tomato, Chick Peas, Spinach, Olive Oil, Tarragon, Sea Salt and Pepper. The whole pot is 491 calories. This pot is a 100% Organic and can be heated up by emptying it in to a frying pan and stirring it to heat up for 4 minutes.
Heating up with meal in a frying pan, I didn't put any oil in the pan but I would suggest it as the rice stuck to the pan again. I found that when I stirred the rice and salmon together the salmon mixed in with the rice and wasn't separate. I don't mind this myself but if you want them separate I would suggest putting the rice in first then put the salmon in after.
I then put into the my plate and topped with a bit of grated mozzarella cheese on top. I only put this one as I had it in my fridge and fancied a bit of cheese. I would really suggest it though, just adds a bit to the meal. The flavours of this pot are fresh and light. I didn't feel stuffed after the meal which is great for a little dinner. I would definitely suggest this pot for dinner rather than lunch as I hate a really heavy lunch. This pot is £8.50 but not all sellers stay to this price suggestion.
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