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Win a month’s supply of Innocent Veg Pots

Innocent veg pots have had a makeover, and taste better than ever. There are six delicious, healthy recipes, perfect for a quick lunch. Try Indian Madras, Thai Coconut Curry, Mexican Chipotle Chilli, Indian Lentil Sambar, Caribbean Jerk or our hearty guest recipe: the limited edition, British-inspired Pearl Barley & Veg.

Win a month's supply of Innocent Veg Pots

I recently tasted all the new flavours at a lunch at Fruit Towers and I can say that they all tasted really fresh and the flavours were suitably zingy. The Thai curry one is well balanced and spicy, the Madras one gives a really good curry hit and the British hot pot is both delicious and comforting.

I like that each pot is packed full of veg and it helps me up my vegetable intake without thinking of new recipes too. Despite being under 280 calories, the new innocent Thai veg pot is generously packed and bound to fill you up – great for those on the 5-2 diet. If you want a more substantial meal, add a piece of grilled fish or chicken. 

Each pot is packed with veg (at least 2 of your 5-a-day), is low in fat and comes in under 350 calories. And it takes less than 5 minutes to heat one up in the microwave or in a pot. We think you’ll agree that’s pretty tasty. 

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Comments

  1. I use courgette in place of spaghetti byt using a potato peeler to make ribbons. Or, I use cauliflower instead of rice

  2. Tracey Peach says:

    I love to add more vegetables to my diet by hiding them in stus & Cottage Pies

  3. I love vegetables so always have a big serving with my meals.

  4. I throw peas or sweetcorn in when boiling pasta to add extra veg in!

  5. Tracy Nixon says:

    I love veg and eat them cooked or raw in salads, snacks etc. I add them to sandwiches, pies, casseroles, soups and stews – I don’t think I ever eat a meal without veg!

  6. katherine grieve says:

    LOVE veg, dont have a meal without it. Roasted veg are my favourite, closely followed by raw crunchy veg. I love snacking on raw carrots, raw corgettes and raw mushrooms

  7. kim neville says:

    I like my veg so always have a variety with my meals

  8. Christina Curtis says:

    I snack on fruit and veg – I also add lots of veg to most meals and to bulk up most meals.

  9. laura banks says:

    i use a lot of leftovers to make bubble and squeak

  10. Mary Chez says:

    I like my vegetables so always have them with most meals. When the kids were young I would disguise them so they didn’t know they were eating them.

  11. kellyjo walters says:

    RAW VEG WITH DIPS

  12. I constantly snack on veggies. That’s what everyone at the office knows me for (and also the way I’m introduced to new people!!)

  13. I like to grate courgette into pasta sauce to thicken it and add veggies.

  14. Hazel Christopher says:

    When making dinner I cut up extra veg like carrots and peppers and put them in snack pots in the fridge, then when I fancy a snack they’re ready waiting for me to nibble on, having them already done makes it super conveinient and makes me more likely to pick them up. Also having them in snack pots means I can just grab one if I’m off to the park with my little boy and we cansnack on them whilst we’re there.

  15. Pretty easy when you’re vegetarian! Cooked +fresh veg are a great combo.

  16. frances hopkins says:

    By eatings them raw as snacks x

  17. Angela Wilcox says:

    I make tomato based pasta sauces with loads of different vegs in them

  18. Lots of smoothies with kale.

  19. Natalie Crossan says:

    Chop them up in soups :) xx

  20. Elizabeth Williams says:

    I add vegetables to our spag bol

  21. Smoothies are a good way of having lots of fruit and veg at once – as a vegetarian though, it’s not difficult to have lots of vegetables during the day

  22. I love these – my favourite is the Thai Green curry one!

  23. Tina Holmes says:

    Just started to juice and I love fruit and veg anyway

  24. emily omara says:

    Every few days I have a salad for lunch, but I enjoy eating veggies anyway (especially a jacket sweet potato) so I dont have trouble!

  25. Laura morgans says:

    Grated veg in everything, great for bulking out food

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