Kristen Bell Is Obsessed With This Airline's Food (And No, She's Not Being Paid)

Kristen Bell Is Obsessed With This Airline's Food (And No, She's Not Being Paid)

"Quinoa! Kale! Tomatoes!," the excited actress exclaimed. 

By Jenny Berg

Chrissy Teigen isn't the only universal girl crush who loves airplane food. On April 11, Kristen Bell let the world know that she, too, was enjoying the fare that the friendly skies had to offer — and that would be an understatement. 

While on a Jet Blue flight, Bell was presented with one of the airline's kale salads. The actress could barely contain her delight at the healthy selection. Showing a photo of the dish — which was served in a plastic cup — the actress issued the following PSA: 

"Guys, [Jet Blue] is doing it right with these meals!!!," she enthused on Instagram stories. And, before you ask, she added: "This is not an ad! It's a message of appreciation!"

Along with a hot-pink heart that illustrated her love for the meal, Bell advertised some of its delicious ingredients: "Quinoa! Tomatoes! Kale! Feta!," she wrote. Indeed, who could ask for anything more?

Well, maybe just one more thing: In a later snap, the Frozen actress confessed that she also brought her own meat-free burger onto the flight in a packet of tin foil. (One never knows when one will need an extra boost of protein.) 

After the salad had been gobbled up, Bell announced that it had gone down fast. "This cup didn't stand a chance," she wrote. "I nervous-ate through [Mark] Zuckerberg's entire Senate testimony. And it was delicious." 

Well, quinoa is a healthier coping mechanism than the bar cart. So "bravo" right back at you, Kristen! 

Photos: Instagram/Kristen Bell

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