Amy's Kitchen Brown Rice and Vegetables Bowl, this used to be Parker's favorite treat when he was two or three. We don't buy the bowls now, but I'll definitely try to recreate this again at home.
Gardein products (I think we've had some at a vegan meet-up). Processed foods are more expensive and usually not as healthy as homemade, but this was an impulse buy at the Harris Teeter Express. I think there were four of these lightly seasoned chick'n scallopinis in the bag. I fried them a bit in olive oil and cut them in bite size slices. I think most meat-eaters would find these just as tasty as vegan do. In fact, the texture may be a little too much like chicken for some vegans.
Tofurky Coconut Curry Marinated Tempeh. We eat tempeh quite often, but we've never tried these pre-marinated strips before. Don't worry if you don't like spicy, these strips are not overwhelming, just the right amount of spice to add to any dish. They were quite good, but I find it pretty easy just to marinate tempeh on our own. If you want something quick or you are new to tempeh, I would definitely recommend this product. Both the tempeh and chick'n scallopinis are high in protein, tasty, and easy to make. I wouldn't use them as staples, but nice to have once in a while for a quick addition to a meal.