Even if you’re not a parent, I know most of us enjoy the comfort of a home-cooked meal or an easy dinner on a weeknight. Thankfully, Kraft-Heinz knows the struggle and with the introduction of Homebake 425°/:30, things are getting much easier.
The company introduced this new line of products which includes main dishes, side dishes, and veggies. If you’re looking to have a balanced meal, Homebake 425°/:30 has you covered on all fronts depending on your plans for that week.
The company is really changing the game as everything cooks at the same temperature for the same time and even comes in recyclable pans which makes for an easy clean-up.
Homebake 425°/:30 by Kraft-Heinz makes cooking dinner a breeze.
As evidenced by the product’s name, Homebake 425°/:30 is made to cook at 425 degrees for 30 minutes. All you have to do is take the tray out of the packaging, pop it in the oven, and let the scent of home cooking lure you to the dinner table. It’s especially helpful for those with families or picky eaters.
For the main dishes, Homebake 425°/:30 is offering Chicken Parmesan, Southwest Style Chipotle Chicken, and Pulled Pork with BBQ Sauce to name a few. For veggies, you can choose between Italian Style Cauliflower, Green Bean Casserole, and Cheesy Broccoli among others. Lastly, some options for sides are Southwest Style Cheesy Rice, Parmesan Crusted Potato Medley, and Homestyle Mac & Cheese.
With all the different options, the possibilities are endless. Personally, I feel like any or all of these could be used to complement different meals. Maybe you’re cooking chicken breasts and forgot a veggie or side or if you’ve got a lot of rice but need some protein. That’s where Homebake 425°/:30 comes in as it’s quick and easy.
Thankfully, you don’t have to wait as these products are rolling out on shelves nationwide. If you’re a busy parent, these are great for weeknight meals with the potential for leftovers. Even if you’re not a parent and just crave some home cooking, you can’t go wrong by trying these. I’m dying to try out the Southwest Style Chipotle Chicken with the Southwest Style Cheesy Rice as it’d be great for a burrito night.
Personally, I feel like all of the Homebake 425°/:30 dishes sound too good not to try. They’re also frozen which makes them easy to just pop out of the freezer and into the oven. I don’t know about you, but I’m always looking for ways to save time in the kitchen. That’s why Homebake 425°/:30 is definitely going to be on my grocery list this week.
What do you think, Guilty Eaters? Will you be trying out Homebake 425°/:30 this spring? Share with us!