Prepared Meal Service?

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!

Sample Menu:

Turkey Meatloaf
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

Cashew Chicken
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

Chicken Marsala
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

Green Beans
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

Squash Casserole
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?

  1. I might be wiling to try out a meal a week for a little while. Is the sweet potato mashed/seasoned? Or whole/baked?

  2. If the $9-10 gets you the serving sizes listed, I’d probably be up for 1-2/week.

  3. I’m with Lydia—if you get a good amount of food, I’d do a couple a week.

  4. Probably also would be interested in 1-2 a week. Who is making them/where are they being made?

  5. Same, 1-2 week.

  6. 1 billion per week

    if thats too many, id probably do 3.

    1. Missing Dr. Jennings?

  7. I’m in for at least 1-2 a week.

  8. Might as well try 1-2 a week…

  9. I’d do 2 per week

  10. I’d try 3 the first week.

  11. 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.

    1. 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.

  12. I’d try 1 a week

  13. I’m in for trying 2 per week.

  14. I’m late to the game on this, but I’d try 2 per week if you are still taking interest.

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