Hey everyone, I’ve been talking with a friend about getting prepared meals made for gym members. The cost would be about $9 to $10 per meal and meals would be paleo + sweet potato and a little oats every now and then. The gym would be a drop point for the food.
If you are interested, can you write in the comments how many meals per week you would want? Thanks!
Turkey meatloaf made with quinoa instead of breadcrumbs. The quinoa adds some texture and a little nuttiness. It’s baked with a sweet barbeque glaze.
Per Meatloaf: 1,550 calories and 120 grams of protein
This is a hearty, filling dish. Cubes of chicken in a sweet and savory brown sauce. Cashews add an extra nuttiness and crunch. It is lightly sweetened with honey and I used olive oil in the sauce.
Per Tupperware: 1,850 calories and 140 grams of protein.
Smoked Turkey Sausage Soup with Summer Vegetables
This is a deceptively healthy soup. It’s chock full of summer veggies including squash, carrots, and green beans. A sweet potato gives it some sweetness and the turkey sausage adds a smoky flavor to it all.
Per Tupperware: 1,350 calories and 125 grams of protein
These chicken fillets are lightly dredged in flour and then sautéed until golden. The sauce is a wine reduction with pancetta and cream.
Per Tupperware: 2,250 calories and 250 grams of protein
3 Pepper Salad
Lots and lots of peppers along with ridiculous amounts of chopped spinach. Feta and an oil and vinegar dressing turn it into a mouth-fiesta.
Per Tupperware: 575 calories and 30 grams of protein
Made with olive oil and lots of garlic and almonds.
Per Tupperware: 500 Calories and 22 grams of protein
Kale with Garlic, Raisins and Toasted Almonds
The garlic is awesome with the kale and the raisins make it just a little sweet and toasted almonds add just a little bit of nutty crunch.
Per Tupperware: 1,180 calories and 23 grams of protein
Diced squash and sautéed onions tossed with light sour cream, garlic, topped with a little sharp cheddar cheese and then baked.
Per Tupperware: 840 calories and 33 grams of protein
Chocolate-Coconut Oatmeal Bars
These make a great little dessert but they’re healthy enough to eat for breakfast or a snack. They’re made completely with whole grain oats, and have no flour. Coconut accents it well and gives it a little chewiness, and the chocolate chips, well, who doesn’t like chocolate chips?
Per Square: 290 calories and 9 grams of protein
16 thoughts on “Prepared Meal Service?”
I might be wiling to try out a meal a week for a little while. Is the sweet potato mashed/seasoned? Or whole/baked?
If the $9-10 gets you the serving sizes listed, I’d probably be up for 1-2/week.
I’m with Lydia—if you get a good amount of food, I’d do a couple a week.
Probably also would be interested in 1-2 a week. Who is making them/where are they being made?
Same, 1-2 week.
1 billion per week
if thats too many, id probably do 3.
Missing Dr. Jennings?
I’m in for at least 1-2 a week.
Might as well try 1-2 a week…
I’d do 2 per week
I’d try 3 the first week.
that is true…i would want to try them first. i bought some of the paleo frozen foods online when they came out. it was like lean cuisine except for $12. no thanks.
How do you know what Lean Cuisine tastes like and costs, hmm??
I’m in for 1-2/week as well, assuming we get to try it out before committing to anything.
I’d try 1 a week
I’m in for trying 2 per week.
I’m late to the game on this, but I’d try 2 per week if you are still taking interest.