As we’ve become more and more insulated from one another, and found ourselves unwilling to spend too much time in the kitchen, this has resulted in most of us simply ordering our food out or signing up for delivery services to bring our meals to us. That doesn’t have to be the case. Snap Kitchen is a relatively new option that seeks to open you up to fully prepped meals that you can put together right at home. Here, we’ve pulled together 10 of the best meals you can get started with when signing up.
1. PEACH BBQ BRISKET WITH LOADED CAULIFLOWER
3. KOREAN MEATBALLS
If you’ve ever had Korean BBQ before, you’re going to love this setup. These house-made Korean Meatballs are made in Korean BBQ sauce, giving them a sweet and savory taste that makes them too delicious to want to ignore.
They are collectively around 600 calories, with 27g of protein, 41g of carbs, and 36g of fat.
4. HILL COUNTRY CHICKEN SALAD WITH CRANBERRIES & PECANS
Everyone loves chicken salad and this takes that to a whole new level. Mixing chicken thigh with pumpkin seeds, celery onions, garlic, and Greek yogurt, this dish tastes amazing and works well either on its own or as part of a sandwich.
This dish is only 330 calories with 17g of protein, 11g of carbs, and 25g of fat.
5. CHEESY TEX-MEX MIGAS WITH SALSA ROJA
A great option for those that love scrambled eggs with a bit of cheesiness and zest. This Tex-Mex meal combines scrambled eggs with turkey sausage, corn tortillas, veggies, and melted cheese. All with a delicious salsa that comes with a slight kick to it.
This dish is 430 calories and is 28g of protein, 25g of carbs, and 24g of fat.
6. LEMON POPPY SEED PANCAKES WITH SAUSAGE AND BERRY COMPOTE
A super sweet, yet savory breakfast that is surprisingly good, especially if you aren’t used to doing anything other than the standard pancake setup. These lemon poppy seed pancakes can be topped with house-made berry compote alongside a pork breakfast patty.
It has around 600 calories per serving and is 26g of protein, 46g of carbs, and 35g of fat.
9. HERB BUTTER STEAK WITH BACON ROASTED BRUSSELS SPROUTS
Probably the perfect blend of healthy and decadence, this surprisingly innocent guilty pleasure comes with a garlic butter-herbed sirloin cooked to medium-well. In addition, it is paired with caramelized brussels sprouts that make it something you’ll want again and again.
It has 470 calories, 38g of protein, 25g of carbs, and 26g of fat.