Amy’s Tofu Scramble with Hash Browns and vegetables is truly a vegan delight for those who do eat soy and want a healthy gluten-free, dairy-free breakfast.
I’m a major fan of the Amy’s Kitchen products – not just because I had success with the Amy’s Amy Kitchen Diet — but also because I love the taste of the meals. Even though I’m not currently on the Amy Kitchen Diet, I always look forward to reviews such as this one of the Amy’s Tofu Scramble.
I paired my Amy’s Tofu breakfast with a glass of grapefruit juice. A lot of people who are vegan enjoy Amy’s products as part of their Eat, Love, Pray philosophy.
Amy’s has unveiled a lot of dairy-free, gluten-free items such as their rice mac and “cheeze,” bean and rice burritos and a wheat and dairy-free chocolate cake.
When you are on a diet to lose weight, it’s always critical to get in as much protein, vitamins and minerals. Breakfast is also the most important meal of the day, according to The Reverse Diet followers.
No. 1: The Amy’s Tofu Scramble with hash browns and veggies has 320 calories, 19 grams of fat, 4 grams of fiber, 19 grams of protein and 4 grams of sugar. It’s an ideal pick for someone on a moderate-fat diet, which some believe is better for weight loss.
No. 2: The Amy’s Tofu Scramble with hash browns and veggies has 40 percent of the recommended Vitamin A; 30 percent of the recommended Vitamin C; 15 percent calcium and 30 percent iron which are great numbers, making it one of the best vegan breakfasts in my opinion!
No. 3: The Amy’s Tofu Scramble with hash browns and veggies ingredients include organic tofu, organic potatoes, organic tomatoes, organic onions, organic spinach, organic mushrooms, organic zucchini, organic extra virgin olive oil, organic spices including garlic.
No. 4: The Amy’s Tofu Scramble with hash browns and veggies can be heated up in the stove at 400 degrees for 45 minutes. Make sure to remove the wrapper and cover with foil if desired. I don’t use the microwave, but find it’s easier and quicker to heat up the Amy’s tofu scramble on the stove.
No. 5: The Amy’s Tofu Scramble with hash browns and veggies tastes great served with a little organic ketchup with no high fructose corn syrup. It’s fun to be creative and add slices of avocados or a chopped up red pepper. I did not feel the need to add an egg, though, because the protein content was adequate for me.
I loved the crispy, thin slivers of potatoes, the beautiful, green wilted spinach and the slices of tomatoes. I often order tofu as part of a Thai dish, but had never had tofu for breakfast until Amy’s Tofu Scramble.
I love Amy’s even when I’m not on a gluten-free, dairy-free diet. When I am taking a more vegan approach, Amy’s makes it easier. And it makes life bearable when avoiding wheat and dairy as part of an elimination diet to test for food sensitivities.
Wake up. Your tofu is ready at the breakfast table!
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Source: Amy’s Kitchen website