Lean Cuisine Swedish Meatballs

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Lean Cuisine Swedish Meatballs

Looks: Besides the meatballs, nothing on the box matches what’s in the package. The noodles are much thicker (and much softer) than pictured; the sauce is Snicker-bar brown, not Twinkie yellow, and the ratio of noodles to balls is way too low. 2 out of 5

Taste: The noodles were soggy and the gravy was bland. The meatballs were just ok, although I did appreciate getting six of them. (I’m looking at you, Banquet!) 2 out of 5

6 Comments

  1. John says:

    Maybe it’s just me, but I see the package showing noodles lightly glazed in gravy. The real photo shows much more. So much more, that due to its viscosity, it makes it gross to look at. I would eat what’s shown on the box. The reality shocks me as I’m almost certain I saw the exact same thing after regurgitating one late college night. Looks: 0 out of 5.

  2. Anonymous says:

    My husband just tried this. He couldn’t even eat the whole thing; he called it “disgusting”. I think he would have given it a negative 2 out of 5.

  3. Eating The Road says:

    I was going to mention them coming through on the 6 meatball promise…nicely done Lean Cuisine….usually the frozen foods products skimp on the proteins.

  4. Anonymous says:

    There’s nothing remotely swedish about them…

  5. mark says:

    Only 5 meatballs in mine? Haven’t tasted yet, but likely to go back to stouffers? Banquet sm sucked but things are so tight, might need to buy again….

  6. Barbara Johnson says:

    The Swedish Meatballs we terrible. They smelled gross and tasted gross as well. I ate about 2 bites and threw the rest in the garbage after I contained them in a plastic bag. Also I spit out the ones in my mouth. These were not like any Swedish Meatballs that I have ever tasted. Totally disgusting.
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