NEWS: Lean Cuisine’s New Spring Rolls Are Something You Can Bring To Work For Lunch and Something Your Co-Workers Can Steal From The Company’s Lunch Room Refrigerator

Isabel's Mum's Spring Rolls

Update: Click here to read our Lean Cuisine Spring Rolls review

Spring rolls are typically an Asian dish, but the rebels at Lean Cuisine decided not to play by the culinary rules with their new line of Casual Cuisine Spring Rolls. They come in three ethnic varieties.

The Garlic Chicken Spring Rolls contain white meat chicken, garlic, spinach, onions and parmesan cheese. The Fajita-Style Chicken Spring Rolls have white meat chipotle chicken, corn, black beans, bell peppers and onion. The Thai-Style Spring Rolls contains white meat chicken, shredded cabbage, julienne yellow carrots and spicy red coconut curry.

The folks that have filled the freezer aisle with a frozen meal variety that’s as vast as a Cheesecake Factory menu, call these spring rolls a “snack.” But I, and probably a Cheesecake Factory menu, think of them as appetizers, and something to make sure I don’t get hungry 20 minutes after eating a portion-controlled Lean Cuisine meal.

All three varieties have 200 calories, 7-8 grams of fat, 2 grams of saturated fat, 4 grams of polyunsaturated fat, 2 grams of monounsaturated fat, 10-15 grams of protein, 580 milligrams of sodium, 23-24 grams of carbohydrates, and 1-2 grams of fiber.

The Lean Cuisine Casual Cuisine Spring Rolls are available now and each box contains two servings of three spring rolls.

7 thoughts on “NEWS: Lean Cuisine’s New Spring Rolls Are Something You Can Bring To Work For Lunch and Something Your Co-Workers Can Steal From The Company’s Lunch Room Refrigerator

  1. The garlic chicken spring rolls are shockingly good. But you won’t be able to be near anyone for days, and the entire office will smell of garlic. I have a package of the Thai-style ones in the fridge, but I haven’t tried those yet.

  2. I tried the fajita style and Thai style. I have to say that they tasted like the exact same flavor: salt. And that’s saying a lot because I am a big fan of salt. No good.

  3. I have tried the garlic chicken and the thai, both were super delicious and totally filled me up. These will be a favorite for lunch!

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