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Green Giant Veggie Blend-Ins 100% Vegetable Puree, Variety Pack, 36 Ounces (9 Pouches)


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Variety Pack
  • Contains 9 puree pouches - 3 carrot pouches, 3 spinach pouches and 3 butternut squash pouches
  • 100% vegetable puree, just one ingredient
  • No additives or preservatives
  • Easily add veggies into your favorite meals, snacks, smoothies and desserts
  • Blends right in so your favorite foods still taste delicious
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The Easy Way to Add Veggies into Your Favorite Dishes

Now there’s a quick, easy, and delicious way to add veggies into your favorite meals, snacks, desserts, and smoothies: Green Giant Veggie Blend-Ins. It’s 100% vegetable puree. No additives. No preservatives. Just vegetables. It’s the perfect substitute for fresh veggies.

Jessica Seinfeld Approved

Green Giant Veggie Blend-Ins were created with Jessica Seinfeld, best-selling author of Deceptively Delicious, as a quick and delicious way to make all your favorite recipes even better for you. We all need to eat more vegetables. There’s no easier way to get it done.


Simply Pour, Blend, and Enjoy

We all know we need to eat more veggies. But peeling, chopping, and preparing fresh vegetables takes time. With Veggie Blend-Ins, the prep work is done for you. Just tear open the pouch, pour, and stir. It blends right in. In seconds, you’ve made a more nutritious and delicious meal.

Step 1
Prepare your mac & cheese per instructions.
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Step 2
Pour and blend one pouch of Butternut Squash Veggie Blend-Ins.
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Step 3
Blend in completely. Watch it disappear.
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Step 4
Looks and tastes great: Serve and enjoy.
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Endless Veggie Makeover Possibilities

Veggie Blend-Ins are so versatile. There’s no limit to all the meals, snacks, and desserts you can makeover. Everything from mac and cheese, tacos, and pancakes to cupcakes, smoothies, and more. Use Veggie Blend-Ins as a substitute for oil or butter to make baked goods that are more nutritious and still delicious.

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At Green Giant, we go to great lengths to deliver the freshest, most delicious vegetables on earth. We pick at the peak of perfection, then clean, heat, puree and seal to lock in freshness. All you need to do is enjoy.


Product Details

Flavor: Variety Pack
  • Item Weight: 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00HHFWJWI
  • UPC: 020000487250
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,360 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

The amounts are not large, but when you are cooking for one or two, that is an advantage.
Glenda Boozer
I'm a picky eater, and in the past have to puree my own veggies to sneak them into food to get them down, but these make my life so much easier!
Keleigh May
Works great, consistency still the same, taste still the same, and nice to know it's an added vegetable!!
Marilyn L. Bruce

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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Dan Sherman VINE VOICE on April 2, 2014
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I am sure that are lots of folks (kids included) who don't like to eat their vegetables, but this seems like a very expensive way to get small amounts of vegetables into a diet by basically diluting them into other dishes. There are 9 packets in each box, with pureed vegetables that look a whole lot like baby food. There are three recipes on the back of the box, including one for tacos. You can use the package of carrot puree as part of recipe for 10 tacos, so for about $1.50 (the price of a packet), you are adding the equivalent of one medium carrot (I am basing this on calorie estimates) to the recipe. It certainly is good to eat carrots, but this seems like a really expensive and inefficient way to get small amounts of vegetables into the diet. It might even be better to skip one of the tacos and just eat a few baby carrots, since each taco will have the equivalent of one half of a baby carrot in it.

I guess this product isn't awful but just seems like a way of turning a small amount of vegetables into a pretty pricey product, for what to me really is not a lot of needed convenience. There are, let's recall, lots of ways to eat vegetables. Even if one doesn't really like vegetables in salads, snacks (think baby carrots rather than tacos), soups, or simple side dishes, you can always have them in smoothies. If you want convenience, try vegetable juices - they are a lot cheaper (the vegetables in these 9 packets are equivalent to 4 glasses of v8 which costs about $1.50 or so for that amount).

Not a horrible product, but for me a pricey (i.e., about $6 per pound) product for some convenience, which many people may not really need. To stars.
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By deeper waters on February 26, 2014
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These vegetable purees are versatile, convenient ingredients to have around and can be incorporated into any number foods, made from scratch or prepared. Putting the carrot puree into the pot roast gravy added a little thickness, a hint of sweet and a healthy dose of vitamin A. I added butternut squash puree to my regular bran muffin recipe, cooked the spinach into my rice and included the spinach in a green smoothie, all with good results. It would probably be less expensive to make the puree but with no added ingredients and the time factor involved, this is at least as good an alternative. In terms of marketing, I would encourage General Mills/Green Giant to include more recipe suggestions than the three on the back of the box to maximize the potential that customers will not only use them but like them enough to be repeat buyers.
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82 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Otto Correct TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 8, 2014
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I hate to be that old man yelling at those danged kids to get off his lawn (esp. since I'm just recently 27 years old), but why does this product exist? I grabbed it off the Vine list not knowing exactly what I was getting into, but now that I've received it and tried it, I'm convinced this product isn't so much deceiving children as it is their parents.

The purpose of these Veggie Blend-Ins is to provide some vegetables in your kids diet without them knowing. In reality, its tricking parents into thinking they're feeding their children healthy meals when in actuality they're doing nothing of the sort. Allow me to explain:

Each packet of vegetable puree is roughly a half cup. A serving of vegetables is a quarter cup. You essentially get two servings of veggies per packet. Now consider the directions for tacos as found on the back of the box. One packet of puree is supposed to go into the meat for 10 tacos. So do the math and your kid has to eat *FIVE* tacos to get *ONE* serving of vegetables! So not only does he have to pig out on tacos to get some veggies in his stomach, but the whole time he's doing so he's having the idea re-enforced that he doesn't even need to eat vegetables since they're not on the table in the first place.

Again, why is this product around and who does it *really* benefit? I tried the squash puree in some mac and cheese, and while it did add some sweetness to the dish and thicken the sauce, I'm sure a kid would still eat it. So it does function the way its supposed to, which is why it gets three stars. What doesn't work for me is the underlying principle in which nutritional education is being supplanted by parental deception in what becomes only slightly healthier unhealthy food.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Edward Alexander Gerster VINE VOICE on March 30, 2014
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As a vegetarian, I don't really need the added veggies in my diet, nor do I need to deceive anyone to blend these in for "additional nutrition." So on that front, I find the Blend-Ins idea a bit strange. However, I do enjoy the convenience of having vegetable puree in a packet as a real time saver for quick meals. Here are a few ways in which I used these packets:

Butternut squash puree + a bit of veggie broth and nutmeg = quick & easy soup
Carrot puree + ginger paste + yogurt = Nice Carrot Lassi drink
Spinach puree + mix of Indian spices + paneer (cheese) = Palak Paneer or Saag
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Roxanne on August 18, 2014
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I'm writing to provide some perspective that seems to be missing (IMHO) from other reviews. The notion of Jessica Seinfeld's cookbook, Deceptively Delicious, which produced this partnership with Green Giant is pretty simple. If you really struggle with getting your kids to eat vegetables, adding puréed vegetables into a variety of recipes- especially those that would not contain vegetable otherwise- can be a way to increase the nutritional value of their food on the whole. Her cookbook contains recipes on how to purée and freeze vegetables on your own, but there are plenty of people who don't have the time or kitchen comfort level for the process. So, here you have these pouches ready to go and they come with recipes from Jessica's cookbook so you can immediately put them to use. As with so much of prepared food, you pay for convenience. However, unlike most prepared foods, please look at the ingredient list of these before you comment. There is one ingredient and that is it. They are 100% puréed vegetables. No additives, no fillers. If you are cost conscious, making puréed cauliflower or squash or spinach is quite simple. But if not, these are high quality and ready to go.

A thought for the, ahem, I'm sure wiser than his years 27 year old (childless?) reviewer who spelled out rather articulately how this is fooling parents into thinking they're feeding their kids healthy food, because the amount of puréed 100% vegetable being added to their, I dunno, brownies, is too small to equal a real portion... Allow me to say:

This is a valid criticism in theory only, not in practice.
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