Amy's Kitchen Launches Vegan Dumpling Bowl

Each bowl contains 16 grams of protein
Amy's Vegan Asian Dumpling Bowl
The bowl features noodles, dumpling, tofu and vegetables (Photo: Twitter/Amy's)

Meat-free brand Amy's Kitchen has launched a fully vegan Asian Dumpling Bowl.

The bowl - which is the newest addition to the brand's heat-and-serve selection and is currently only available in the US - features dumplings, noodles, vegetables, tofu and a 'rich and savory hoisin sauce'.

It is free of meat, dairy, eggs and nuts and contains 16 grams of protein, and 400 calories per serving.

Amy's Paella Bowl
Amy's also offers a vegan paella bowl (Photo: Instagram)

Amy's

A popular vegetarian and vegan brand, Amy's was born out of necessity in 1987 when founders Andy and Rachel Berliner were unable to find ready-made meat-free organic meals to buy.

The brand has since expanded to offer over 250 products across 23 countries.

Amy's Kitchen's completely plant-based range is clearly labelled 'vegan' and includes items such as chili, curry, soup, pizza, and burritos.

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