For over 25 years, Farm Rich has been making products with one goal in mind: keep 'em happy. Whether it's the wholesome ingredients in their products you can feel good about serving your family, or the wide variety of their offerings that appeals to everyone, Farm Rich knows how to keep your family smiling. They have over 17 different products, ranging from cheese sticks to meatballs to breaded mushrooms.
We love cheese in our house, especially my oldest daughter. So when we had the chance to try Farm Rich products, we chose the cheese sticks and the mini quesadillas. You can either bake them or microwave them depending on the amount of time you have. We chose to bake them, because we were home for lunch and had the extra time. They were both very good, but our favorite were the cheese sticks. They had a nice crispy coating with lots of cheese on the inside. My girls devoured them and even asked for them the next day. My oldest said that they were delicious. The cheese sticks are made with 100% real mozzarella cheese and 0g trans fat per serving. The mini quesadillas had plenty of chicken and cheese on them and a nice size for a small lunch or snack.
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Giveaway: Farm Rich is going to give one lucky reader coupons good for three bags of Farm Rich products.
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This giveaway will end November 25th at 10pm. It is open to residents of the US only. Between the Lines received a sample product to conduct the review, but was under no obligation to give a positive one. All opinions are our own.