Vegan Valentine's Day Gifts
Sweet Earth - Awesome Grounds Plant-Based Mince Beef, 12ozBrand - Sweet Earth
Help make minced beef a thing of the past with Sweet Earth’s Awesome Grounds Plant-Based Mince Beef. Easy to prepare and full of protein and fiber.
- Vegan-friendly Mince Beef
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- 16g of plant-based protein per serving
- Great source of fiber
Juicy and full of meaty beefy flavor, this Plant-Based Mince Beef is just the thing you need to satisfy your hamburger cravings.
As versatile as it is tasty, Sweet Earth’s Plant-Based Mince Beef can be incorporated into a range of delicious vegan recipes.
The perfect thing for all of your vegan burgers, tacos, and chili! Easy to prepare and packed full of plant-based protein, this Awesome Grounds Plant-Based Minced Beef really is just like the real thing.
It’s healthy too! This beef substitute contains a whole 16g of plant-based protein and lots of dietary fiber per serving. Containing just 300 calories and zero trans fat, this meat-free beef mince can be enjoyed again and again.
To cook on the stove, simply fry in one tablespoon of organic oil for about four minutes. Make sure to break down grounds into the desired size when frying using a spatula. Cover the pan with a lid and turn down the heat. Sizzle away for a further six minutes to allow all of the juices to release.
Water, Textured Pea Protein, Coconut Oil, Canola Oil, Natural Flavors, Methylcellulose, 2% Or Less Of Pea Flour, Distilled Vinegar, Fruit And Vegetable Juice Concentrate (Color), Dried Vinegar, Sea Salt, Dried Malted Barley Extract, Cultured Corn Starch, Salt, Thiamine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B1), Potassium Chloride.
Allergens: Tree Nuts (Coconut), Barley
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s so great about Sweet Earth?
Here at PlantX, we love a brand that is committed to doing its bit to make plant-based living that little bit easier. Sweet Earth’s awesome range of plant-based meat alternatives really makes it possible for anyone and everyone to go vegan. Why not check out Sweet Earth’s Burritos or Burgers for more inspo?