Thursday, February 5, 2015

Tasty Thursday-Snap Kitchen Review

***Disclosure-I was invited to Snap Kitchen for a tour.  I was given menu items to taste and review.  All opinions stated are my own.

A healthy lifestyle involves being and making great choices everyday of your life and your family's life.  Sometimes we need help to get us started or going in the right place.  As for me, I am always looking for easy.  I think a lot of us are.  That is why fast food is so easy for people to pick up and eat.  But what if we had a healthy fast food, that we could easily pick up?  Have you heard of Snap Kitchen?
Snap Kitchen has a menu that changes seasonally.  They do not use butter, instead use coconut, grape seed, or olive oil.  They use local ingredients.  The ready-to-eat meals are chef prepared and dietitian approved.  They are kept in refrigerated display coolers.  Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, shakes, and even juices.  Gluten-Free, Paleo, Dairy-Free, Nut-Free, just ask for their Allergen Guide.
Do you juice?  Snap Kitchen has cold press juices.  Cold-pressed juices are pressed, strained, and kept super cold throughout the process.  They include 1 to 3 pounds of fruits and vegetables.  I juice at home.  Getting veggies and fruits, then juicing them can be a lot of work and can also be very messy.  This is a great option for those looking for an easy way to start juicing.
I liked the variety that Snap Kitchen offers.  Their seasonal menu is a great option for you not to get bored of the food you are eating.  Healthy eating can sometimes be very hard when you are cooking food yourself.  I like that they have several locations available around town.  In a hurry, they have curb side pick up available.  The food is properly labeled and so easy to read.  It tasted good.  My entire office was wondering what gourmet meals I was eating.  I had all of them wanting some of my food.  The food was very fulfilling.  Remember eating healthy does not have to be boring or bland.  Find an option that works for you.  Snap Kitchen makes it easy to start, and maintain your healthy eating habits.

Remember, the 80/20 rule.  80% percent is your diet, and 20% is exercise.

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