Disclosure: we received this product complementary, courtesy of Three Bridges.
Is Three Bridges Chicken Penne Alfredo any good?
If you’re craving rich and creamy Alfredo sauce in a quick serve and heat fashion this is a very solid dish that checks all the boxes. The portion size is hearty and the chicken is also of good quality for a premade meal.
Check out our first review of the Three Bridges Simple Dishes, for an overview of the brand and product in general.
This Alfredo dish is another solid product, aimed at those in a rush but also wanting to eat something of substance and quality. You’ll find this Three Bridges dish in the refrigerated section of the store, and from there you can heat it up within just four or five minutes.
The finished product (see below) ticks all the right boxes if you’re looking to scratch an Alfredo itch. The sauce is rich, creamy an indulgent. Moreover, for a heat and serve product, the chicken is also of a good quality, no mystery meat, fat or gristle here.
Three Bridges Chicken Penne Alfredo – what’s in the box?
Inside the packaging you’ll find the meal ready to heat in this microwave safe tray, the show below is with the protective plastic removed.
Three Bridges Chicken Penne Alfredo
Here’s the cooked and finished product. As you can see it’s a generous serving.
Three Bridges Chicken Penne Alfredo cooking instructions, ingredients, nutrition
The packaging suggests that half a box is a serving, but I doubt anyone is going to simply eat just half. At any rate, if you’re reaching for penne Alfredo I doubt calorie counting is the order of the day, just eat the whole thing and enjoy!
Other Three Bridges products
- Review: Three Bridges Chicken Primavera
- Three Bridges Italian Sausage Ziti
- Review: Three Bridges Chicken Penne Alfredo
- Review: Three Bridges Rigatoni Meatballs And Mushroom Cream Sauce
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