If you prefer heat-and-eat meals over a meal kit, Trifecta is the way to go. To suit all net carb preferences, there are three low-carb options: keto, paleo, and an a la carte option that lets you mix and match bulk proteins (like chicken, salmon, and bison) with nonstarchy veggies such as broccoli, asparagus, or mushrooms to fit your macros. All meals come ready to eat with instructions for stovetop, microwave, air fryer, and oven reheating.

Better yet, there’s a lot of variety in meal cadence. Trifecta offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner entrees, plus the option to add an extra meal to help you meet macro goals. You can choose from two to four meals per day and five or seven days of the week. The entire kitchen is gluten-free and peanut-free, and you can also opt for meals without dairy and/or soy.

A few meals we’ve tried: 

-Pollo Guisado white meat chicken with tomatoes, pumpkin seeds, and citrus

-Tropical Garlic Shrimp with bell peppers, lemon, and coconut

Sustainability & Quality: 

Trifecta does what it can to reduce its carbon footprint by eliminating unnecessary steps in the food supply chain and using sustainable packaging whenever possible. All packaging is 100% recyclable, but the company’s goal is to use biodegradable packaging by 2023.

Cost: From $12 per meal

What our editor says:

“If you have weight loss goals, certain dietary preferences, or simply want to take the guesswork out of eating healthier, Trifecta is a great meal delivery option. I enjoyed it even though I love to cook, but these fully prepared meals would be even better for someone who wants to spend a very minimal amount of time in the kitchen.” — Carleigh Ferrante, commerce editor

Read our full Trifecta review here.



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