Review of Kashi Mayan Harvest Bake

Food Review: Kashi Mayan Harvest Bake

You just can't go wrong with foods made by Kashi. Not only does everything they make contain whole grains and real ingredients, but they're always full of flavor too. A while back, I was thrilled when they began making frozen pizzas and entrées. The ones I've tried I really liked, so when picking up a couple boxes at the store, I discovered a new dish — Mayan Harvest Bake.


Talk about a unique meal. It's made with plantains, kale, and amaranth polenta. Want to see what it really looks like? Then read more.


This has to be my favorite Kashi entrée yet. The amaranth polenta had a satisfyingly creamy texture, and the baked sweet potatoes and cooked kale made this meal seem homemade. The plantains were delicious, very sweet and soft, and they complemented the spicy ancho sauce so well. I loved the sprinkled pepitas (pumpkin seeds) on top that added a crunchy texture. This meal is warm and savory, perfect for a quick Winter meal. It's also vegan, so it contains no cholesterol and is low in saturated fat. It's pretty low in sodium too, which I was happy to see. The fiber content is not too shabby, but I would have thought it contained more protein since there were tons of black beans mixed in. Overall, I loved this Mayan Harvest Bake and would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes bean and veggie dishes.

Serving Size 1 container
Calories 340
Total Fat 9 g
Saturated Fat 1 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 380 mg
Carbs 58 g
Fiber 8 g
Sugar 19 g
Protein 9 g

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