All of our food is delivered fully pre-cooked with instructions on the label for proper heating using the stovetop, air fryer, oven, or microwave.
We recommend this method for the best results.
- Preheat a non-stick pan over high heat, spray with oil, or add 1 teaspoon of oil and spread it throughout the pan.
- Add your proteins first (when possible) and sear for 1-2 minutes per side, adjusting the heat to medium-high.
- After flipping your protein, add the rest of the ingredients (starch + veggies) and warm for another 2-3 minutes.
- This method works perfectly for any Meal Plan or Meal Prep option.
- Line the air fryer tray with foil for faster cleanup, and spray with oil.
- Set temperature to 350°F
- Add your protein first, and reheat alone for the first 4 minutes.
- Add the remaining components of your dish, and reheat for another 4-6 minutes.
- The air fryer will work best for meal prep proteins. For optimal flavor, reheat meal prep vegetables and starches together and for 4-6 minutes.
- Line the tray with foil or parchment paper, and spray with spray oil.
- Preheat your oven to 375°F.
- Set a timer for 10-12 minutes and transfer the tray into the oven once preheated.
- For best results, rotate your tray halfway through the total reheating time.
Though incredibly convenient and equally as effective, this reheating method tends to be slightly more aggressive on the food and may risk overcooking without yielding any caramelization.
- Poke a hole on the film of the tray with scissors or a knife.
- Set timer for 2 minutes (at 80% power).
- Carefully remove the tray from the microwave, and cut the film using scissors (be careful as some steam may escape).
- Eat from the tray or remove from the tray onto a plate and enjoy!
Spice Up Your Meal
Add some additional flavor to your Trifecta meals—without sacrificing your nutrition—by adding some of our recommended seasonings.
Remember, our meals are seasoned in a calculated and conservative manner to satisfy the thousands of palates we feed and to keep our sodium contents in check. If needed, there is no shame in adding some extra flavor.
- A light finishing salt:
- Once the food is warm and ready to eat, adding a finishing salt highlights the flavors of the food (flaky finishing salts like Maldon will do the best job).
- Your favorite sauces or condiments:
- Low-calorie hot sauces like Sriracha, Cholula, or Tabasco add an extra kick to the meals.
- If on keto, high-fat sauces are a great option.
- If on weight gain, then high carb sauces will be your best bet (BBQ, sweet n’ sour, teriyaki).
- Feel free to mix and match the flavors to the flavor of the meal.
For even more seasoning suggestions to keep your meal prep interesting, click here.