Conagra Brands sponsored this post, but the opinions are my own.
I’m always busy but when the holiday season rolls around my busyness goes into overdrive. Working full time, blogging, taking care of a teenager, and running a household tends to get rather hectic. Add in all the extra work and stress of the holidays and what you have is a recipe for exhaustion. When I’m tired after a rough day at work or a weekend of preparing holiday meals I just want something that is warm and comforting to my weary soul. If this sounds like you then Marie Callender’s Delights are just what you need.
Marie Callender’s Delights are warm and tasty dinners that are quick to make. They are made sensibly so that you can enjoy your meal and not have to skip dessert. When I’m worn out the last thing I want to do is come up with a recipe. With Marie Callender’s Delights, I can skip the whole kitchen scene by warming a meal of someone else’s creation.
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You can find Marie Callender’s Delights in the frozen section of your friendly neighborhood Walmart. This is a new product line so be on the lookout for in-store signage. You can also check availability by using the free Walmart app. Just type in Marie Callender’s Delights and you can find which store in your vicinity carries what you are looking for. Products may vary depending on location.
Marie Callender’s Delights Baked Turkey Meatloaf with Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Sauce is a sensible turkey dish complete with roasted potatoes and leafy greens. The turkey meatloaf is smothered in a roasted red pepper tomato sauce and the potatoes are sprinkled with seasoning for added flavor. This dinner is a good source of protein (20g). Just pop it in the microwave and it’s done in just a few minutes.
Marie Callender’s Loaf Cake Pound Cake may be just what you need to sweeten up your day. You can eat it as is or if you’re like me you will probably want to dress it up with whipped cream and fresh fruits. Strawberries, blueberries, peaches, and raspberries are my favorite toppings. They add just the right amount of tartness to a light and fluffy dessert I rarely feel guilty about eating.
Could you use a break from cooking?