Vegan Pot Pie from Amy’s!

Vegan Pot Pie from Amy’s!

I found a vegan pot pie from Amy’s! Close your eyes… can you taste the flaky crust, the creamy center and smell the aroma as it cooks in the oven?  Amy’s has created a dairy-free vegetable pot pie just for us and it’s Yummy Plants approved!

I hadn’t eaten a pot pie in years… pretty much since I decided to follow a plant-based diet.  So I was thrilled to discover this vegan pot pie from Amy’s in the freezer section at Whole Foods!  Although you can microwave the pot pie, I cooked it in the oven.  Here’s what is looks like:


Here’s what I like about this product:

  • It has a light, flaky crust with a good texture and flavor.
  • It’s a quick and easy meal – just 4 minutes in the microwave.
  • 11g of protein, so I stay feeling full.

I can buy Amy’s vegan pot pie at my local co-op. Check the Amy’s website to find out where to buy in your area. Enjoy!

Looking for more vegan foods? Visit the  Vegan Food Reviews section to discover products you can easily buy for vegan dessertssnacksdairy and meat alternatives, and frozen/ packaged meals. I share vegan food that tastes good. These products are #YummyPlantsApproved!

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Rebecca Gilbert is the founder of Yummy Plants and the author of It’s Easy to Start Eating VeganShe’s a former competitive figure skater whose switch to a vegan diet healed her chronic joint pain. Rebecca has been a featured speaker at events including the World VegFestival in San Francisco, Vegetarian Summerfest, the New York City Vegetarian Food Festival, and Paris Vegan Day. She has presented on live television and given corporate talks. Book Rebecca to speak at your organization.