Allplants adds healthy frozen lunch bowls to its award-winning range

Read Time:   |  17th March 2021

allplants has launched six new healthy lunch bowls into its existing award-winning range, delivered straight to your door.

The UK’s leading plant-based food delivery service, allplants, is adding six healthy lunch bowls to its menu.

As with all the allplants meals, the new lunch range is 100% vegan, chef-made and designed with an in-house nutritionist to ensure the dishes are delicious and nutritious.

Allplants meals are flash-frozen to lock in flavour and nutrition, so customers simply need to reheat the dishes either in the oven or microwave for the perfect convenient plant-based meals.

The new healthy lunch range consists of:

  • Lentil and Cutney Chana Bowl
  • Miso and Tamari Tofu Bowl
  • Green Goodness Bowl
  • Spiced Squash Grain Bowl
  • Smoky Corn and Spanish Rice Bowl
  • Protein Power Bowl

Each dish boasts various health benefits, such as the Protein Power Bowl providing 26.5g of protein, and 3 of your 5 a day, and the Spiced Squash Grain Bowl providing 70% of your daily Vitamin C and a boost of iron.

Plant-based indulgence

Super healthy bowls not your thing? Allplants also offer more indulgent meals such as Mac n Greens, Lasagne, Rigatoni Carbonara and Mushroom Pizza.

In fact, allplants cater to any kind of needs your plant-based life has, such as ‘lighter’ meals, quick meals, high protein meals and non-spicy meals.

Who said being vegan was boring? Definitely not allplants!

A box of six single-portion allplants meals (all the new Healthy Lunch Bowls) costs £40.50, but you can get £10 off with the code LUNCHBOWLS10 at checkout!

Prefer making your own healthy lunches?
Here are 10 tasty vegan sandwiches for healthy lunches that aren’t falafel


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