All dressed-up in my best sweats, nine-months pregnant, and nowhere to go but our quick, weekly grocery store run, I might as well try some stuff at home.

This week’s section taste test includes three frozen wrapped things. The fillings may vary, but the textures are very mushy.

I found these at Whole Foods. To cook, I baked them on a sheet pan. For the really authentic work lunch/breakfast experience, I’d suggest following the microwave instructions.

Here’s how they tasted:

evol. Egg & Green Chili Burrito
Cost: $3.19

The brand boasts simple ingredients – it’s true. The main ingredients inside the flour tortilla are eggs, pinto beans, roasted potato, and jalapeños.

I appreciate that this burrito’s instruction don’t fuck around. This breakfast burrito isn’t meant to to be lovingly oven-baked. It’s microwave-only. I threw it in the oven, anyway with the others.

I thought the burrito was fine, if a little bland.  I ate mine mine with sour cream and salsa. l liked the baked potato flavor, but wish the potato had more texture and the chilis, more heat.

Jake liked this burrito more than I did. It was his favorite of the three.

TaDah! Falafel Street Wrap with Spicy Brown Sugar Harissa Hummus
Cost: $3.99

This wrap had the most flavor and nuance, but the texture inside was mush. If you think of it more like a tangy hummus wrap you may like it better. I don’t remember a lot of heat or brown sugar flavor – just a slight heat.

I thought this tasted the best of the three.

Amy’s Vietnamese Banh Mi Wrap
$3.49

If you are following the oven instructions, the package recommends baking inside foil. The soft wrap stuck to the foil when I tried to remove it.

I cut the wrap in half and watched as the tofu innards gushed out of the wrapper. I hesitantly took a bite. There is nothing banh-mi about this wrap. The flavors are so vaguely Vietnamese. . . so vaguely Asian, it’s almost comical.

Jake thought it was ok. I thought it was gross.

There are many Amy’s frozen products I’ve bought for years, like the cheese enchiladas, cheese-less roasted vegetable pizza (trust me, it’s good!) and Thai green curry meal. Just not this one.