Midnight Snack

Amys Chinese Noodles & Veggies in Cashew Cream Sauce Review

Amys Chinese Noodles & Veggies in Cashew Cream Sauce will be in our bowl for this one. I guess it could be on a plate, but I’ve always felt like pasta or anything with noodles is better in a bowl. Maybe you think differently, but the good news is you can let me know at the end!

Subscribe to the YouTube channel!!

Food from the Amy’s brand rarely disappoints me. It’s generally pretty healthy and free of anything that might cause you to feel bad. That being said, this one has cashew cream sauce. Because of that, those of you with cashew allergies will need to make sure that you steer clear.

The last product from this brand that I tried was pretty good. That was their Rice Mac & Cheese, not bad at all. Anyhow, let’s hop on into those nutrition facts here.

Nutrition Facts for Amys Chinese Noodles & Veggies

Amys Chinese Noodles & Veggies

First thing to note is that 1 tray of this weighs 269 grams. That 269 amounts to 450 calories. Out of that, you’ll be looking at 29% of your total daily fat in this. That’s actually kind of a lot of fat overall at 23 grams.

In terms of saturated fat, it’s 3.5 grams, which amounts to 18% of your daily value there. You don’t need to worry about cholesterol because there isn’t any of that in here.

You might, however, need to worry about sodium because you get 34% of your daily value of that with Amy’s Chinese Noodles & Veggies in Cashew Sauce. Following that sodium, there’s 16% of your daily amount of total carbs at 45 grams.

There’s also a lot of fiber in this meal which is great to see. Fiber is actually really important whether people want to admit it or not. After that, there’s kind of a surprise. I genuinely wasn’t expecting to see so much sugar in this.

There are 12 grams of sugar total in this with 7 grams of added sugar. Lastly, there’s a ton of protein in this. Love to see that. You get 15 grams of protein, which is 23% of your daily value depending on who you talk to.

Amy’s Chinese Noodles & Veggies in Cashew Sauce Vitamins + Ingredients

There’s no vitamin D in this, there’s 10% of your daily amount of calcium. You’ll get 20% of your daily amount of iron in this, which is great. 10% of your daily potassium.

Digging into the ingredients, there’s a ton of them. Like, there’s probably too many to type everything out here. I’ll do what I can.

Okay, here we go. This Amy’s Chinese Noodles & Veggies in Cashew Sauce has rice pasta, organic carrots, organic tamari, organic broccoli, organic green beans, organic cashews, organic tofu, organic edamame, organic green onions, organic mushrooms, and some organic sauteed onions (not sure if it’s possible to actually type “sauteed” the right way here.

Then they’ve got organic cane sugar, expeller pressed high oleic safflower and/or sunflower oil, organic toasted sesame and even more super healthy stuff in it.

Something else that’s important to note: it contains soy and tree nuts (cashews). If you have an allergy to those, best avoid it.

The Review

There was a lot to pick up and that first bite was a big one. The noodles were surprisingly easier to chew than I thought and overall, it had a great flavor to it. This did run on the pricier side, but I’d say that it was worth it. If you’ve had this before, please leave your own review below.


There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write one.