Kitchfix is not just another meal delivery service. Kitchfix combines chef-driven flavors, nutrition, and proper portioning into each fully prepared meal it creates. Menu options change each week so you never get bored, and meals can be delivered to your door or to a number of select gyms in the Chicagoland area, including Shred415, Crossfit, Barre Bee Fit, and more. Meals are filled with local and organic ingredients from farmers in Indiana and Illinois, and each meal is clearly marked with nutrition information, portion sizes, and any necessary re-heating instructions.
I recently tried Kitchfix and was extremely impressed with the quality and taste of the food, in addition to the variety of options offered. Thanks to a clearly labeled menu, I was able to select my meals quickly, keeping in line with my dietary preferences. All manner of diets can be accommodated, from Paleo, to vegan, to pescetarian. Additionally, each Kitchfix meal is gluten-free, soy-free, corn-free, and dairy-free. And, ingredients and nutritional information are clearly indicated, as well, so you can easily stick to those calorie limits. Breakfast, lunch and dinner entrees, sides, juices, and snacks are all offered.
I selected three meals and two snacks to be delivered to my office. Everything was delivered right on time in clearly marked containers. I first tried the Vegan Tikka Masala, made with organic tomato and cashew cream tikka masala sauce, Indian spices, chickpeas, organic veggies, and brown rice. It was delicious, perfectly seasoned, and satisfied my Indian food craving in a healthy way.
The pan roasted Lake Trout, served over herb-roasted new potatoes and Brussels sprouts, with toasted walnuts and dijon, and served with a lemon-caper tartar sauce, was just as delicious. I loved the potatoes and Brussels sprouts, and unlike other meal delivery services, the Trout did not taste or smell fishy. A bonus when eating at the office!
The Paleo Kale Caesar, with oven-roasted tomatoes and marinated asparagus, is a perfect side dish, or light lunch. I enjoyed the oven-roasted tomatoes, and the vegan Caesar dressing was delicious; I could not even tell that it was eggless.
For a snack, I tried the delicious and refreshing Fig and Lemon Snack Bites, which are made with organic dates, organic California figs, bee pollen, organic sunflower seeds, and pistachios. I keep a stash of these in my drawer at work, so when those 3 o’clock hunger pangs hit, I can grab one or two and enjoy with my tea.
The freshly baked Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies are not to be overlooked, either. Made with almond flour, chopped walnuts, organic coconut oil, pasture-raised eggs and a touch of organic honey, talk about the perfect healthy solution to a sweet tooth. I loved them.
Each Kitchfix meal and item that I tried was delicious and nutritious. I will definitely be adding these meals to my weekly regimen to help stay on track for a healthy 2015. Have you tried Kitchfix yet?
While I received complimentary products to facilitate this review, all opinions expressed herein are my own.