RightRice Medleys: A New Twist on Rice Pilaf, Packed with Protein
We’re huge fans of RightRice: a protein-packed veggie rice made with lentils, chickpeas, and peas! And the new RightRice Medleys (a blend of RightRice, ancient grains, and even more veggies) are a HIT. They’re like modern-day Rice-A-Roni!
Find them at Whole Foods and on Amazon. Keep reading for more info, plus an exclusive 20% off discount for the new RightRice Medleys!
Introducing RightRice Medleys with Ancient GrainsSmartPoints® value 5*
This new line features nutritious quinoa and extra veggies. This is a side dish you can feel good about eating: a whopping 8g protein, 25% fewer net carbs than regular rice, and a nice dose of fill-you-up fiber.
The Prep Work Is Done for You
Three DELICIOUS Varieties to Choose From
⭑ Fried Rice: Sweet yet savory, thanks to pineapple, green peas, and Asian spices
⭑ Cajun Spice: Bold New Orleans flavor with onion, peppers, garlic & herbs
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Save 20% with This Exclusive HG Discount!
(Expires 5/31/20. Not valid for original RightRice varieties.)
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May is National Egg Month. Celebrate with one of Lisa’s favorites: RightRice topped with an over-medium egg!
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