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    Clean Eatz Shareable Meals
    Item Descriptions
    Nutrition Info is calculated by taking the entire container and dividing by four servings
             
    Boneless Buffalo Wings - (Cal 339 F 11g/C 30g/P 30g/Sdm 952mg/Sgr 3g) -
    Buffalo wings are a tasty treat, but sometimes you want something meatier. These grilled Boneless Buffalo Wings are just the thing!  Full of flavor and a healthy alternative to 'wings and beers with the boys', our grilled chicken breast is tossed in Clean Eatz Buffalo Sauce and celery, topped with blue cheese and paired with red potatoes. Cheers!
                               
    Spaghetti & Meatballs - (Cal 542 F 26g/C 48g/P 29g/Sdm 682mg/Sgr 5g) - You know it. You love it. And most importantly, your picky spouse loves it too. Whole wheat spaghetti, grass feed Italian meatballs and marinara sauce paired with garlic bread.
         
    Chicken Cordon Bleu - (Cal 292 F 12g/C 15g/P 31g) - Whole 100% white meat chicken breast symphonized with sweet cured ham, smothered in Swiss cheese and served over garlic red-skin mashed potatoes & a side of garden fresh green beans   
         
    Steak & Sweet Potato Chili - (Cal 234 F 6g/C 32g/P 13g/Sdm 395mg/Sgr 15g) - Savory beef strips atop roasted sweet potatoes smothered in our Clean Eatz chili of diced tomatoes, roasted corn, sweet onions, a variety of beans & spices and covered in a blend of monterey jack and cheddar cheese, with a dash of green onion to top it off to keep you warm on those cold days.
          
    Creamy Dill Mahi Mahi - (Cal 328 F 12g/C 9g/P 16g/Sdm 778mg/Sgr 4g)  - Lightly fried mahi mahi dressed with a refreshing lemon-dill tartar sauce alongside garden rice & crisp green beans
             
    Veggie Potsticker Lo Mein - (Cal 318 F 2g/C 66g/P 9g/Sdm 799mg/Sgr 12g) - This vegetable lo mein isn’t so much a takeout dish makeover as just a really simple, versatile noodle dish that can be a staple vegetarian meal or a go-to meatless dinner. Our prepared lo mein noodles are topped with veggie pot stickers. Accompanied by broccoli and carrots. Serve with your favorite chili oil or hot sauce!
       
    Bean and Cheese Enchiladas - (Cal 527 F 15g/C 80g/P 18g/Sdm 883mg/Sgr 4g) - Vegetarian Bean & Cheese Enchiladas are a delicioso Mexican dish with the goodness of black & refried beans filled in a tortilla, dunked in a chili pepper sauce and topped with stringy cheese. A dish the whole family can enjoy!
          
    Gyro Skillet - (Cal 420 F 20g/C 28g/P 32g/Sdm 1120mg/Sgr 6g) - This hardy meal is a blend of all the Greek flavors that make up a classic Gyro sandwich. Our recipe starts with burnt ends that are hickory smoked for hours and where gyros have diced cucumbers, we chose to use diced zucchini instead. Fresh tomatoes, onions, olives, and feta are stirred and added on top. We finish this classic off by drizzling tzatziki sauce and fresh chopped dill.
          
    Keto Meatloaf - (Cal 402 F 30g/C 12g/P 21g/Sdm 708mg/Sgr 3g) - Not only is this a keto-friendly dinner, it's a much needed revamp. Everyone, including those who are not afraid of carbs, will love this bacon-wrapped meatloaf recipe. The bacon makes it insanely flavorful, the almond flour acts as the perfect binder, and the soy sauce? It packs a punch of umami you never knew you needed.
                  
    Sloppy Joe  - (Cal 343 F 15g/C 33g/P 19g/Sdm 927mg/Sgr 14g) - As we head into summer, we’ve been thinking about family-friendly meals. You know, those meals that your kids always want to eat. Enter Sloppy Joe's. We seasoned our ground beef with herbs and spices, mixed it with our CE BBQ & tomato sauce and threw it all on top a bed of sweet potato tots. These disappeared from our test kitchen in 5 second flat.
        
    Creamy Cajun Pasta - (Cal 339 F 11g/C 28g/P 32g/Sdm 347mg/Sgr 4g) - Chicken breast strips with fresh poblanos, onion, red pepper, and yellow pepper over whole wheat penne covered in a bold, spicy cajun alfredo sauce and topped with shredded parmesan cheese
        
    Kale and Quinoa Stuffed Peppers - (Cal 279 F 8g/C 41g/P 11g/Sdm 782mg/Sgr 8g) - Fresh green peppers overflowing with a delicious, hearty mixture of kale, red quinoa, barley, tomatoes, sweet corn, yellow onion, black beans and poblanos all in a tomato sauce and a cheesy cheddar & monterey jack blend to top it off.
          
    Jalapeno Popper Pasta - (Cal 408 F 12g/C 33g/P 42g/Sdm 703mg/Sgr 3g) - Flame seared chicken thighs glazed in a blooming sauce of sweet, spicy, & citrus flavors along white rice and a stir-fry of broccoli, green beans, onion, mushrooms, and red pepper. Garnished with green onion and roasted peanuts.
        
    Meatlovers Pizza Bake - (Cal 428 F 24g/C 29g/P 24g/Sdm 986mg/Sgr 3g) - This yummy pizza casserole is hearty with ground beef, sausage, pepperoni and of course topped with plenty of sauce and cheese. Instead of a typical pizza crust, it features a base layer of bakers potatos that have been roasted and seasons.
        
    Southwest Adobo Chicken - (Cal 324 F 12g/C 27g/P 27g/Sdm 773mg/Sgr 2g) - Chicken Adobo is a Filipino dish that features chicken thighs braised in our ancho chipotle sauce and topped with fresh red, green and yellow peppers and onions. It;s paired perfectly with roasted red potatos and garnished with fresh cilantro.
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    Limited Availability: We only make one run of each of the family meals. Check the Product Page to see what is currently available to order. New items are added weekly. 

    Macros: The macros listed above are based on four equal servings of the family meal. 

    Heating Instructions

    Microwave (1000 Watt) - Remove lid. From frozen, microwave on high power in three 4-minute intervals. Using a fork, break up frozen meal and mix between intervals. After the third interval, heat in 2-minute intervals until meal reaches 165 degrees throughout.

    Oven (400 degrees) - Transfer to 13" x 9" baking dish. Cover with foil. From frozen, bake in three 15-minute intervals. Using a fork, break up frozen meal and mix between intervals. After the third interval, heat until meal reaches 165 degrees throughout.

    Pro Tip - Take meal out of the freezer the night before or morning of that you plan to cook the meal and place in refrigerator. This will cut down on the cooking time above and reheat the meal more evenly.