Thursday, September 13, 2012

THIS PALEO GIVEAWAY IS A SNAP

This giveaway is now CLOSED.
The number one complaint I get about the Paleo diet is: "I don't have time for paleo." Number two: "I can't find Paleo food on-the-go." Well, friends, here's your answer:


Snap kitchen is the place to go when looking for fast, pre-made Paleo meals and snacks in Austin and Houston. Their mission is to offer the freshest, healthiest real food in a convenient, portion controlled package. Their ingredients are local and seasonal and their meals are made fresh daily. 



They don't just offePALEO MENU options, you can find healthy food in every category from gluten-free to vegetarian. Click here for the Full Menu.

 For lunch today, my husband and I sampled some great paleo options from Snap: Beet Hummus, Roasted Vegetable Quiche, Crispy Almond Chicken, Chimichurri Salmon, BBQ Pulled Pork and Beef (we couldn't decide on just one), and some caveman quickies.

My favorite was definitely the beet hummus. It was delightfully garlicky, slightly spicy and look at that color! Beautiful.

My husband liked the Roasted Vegetable Quiche with a savory almond crust and my son likes both the chimichurri salmon and almond chicken! The "Caveman Quickies," or paleo trail mix, are great for snacking. I'll definitely pick some of those up before my next road trip.




And now, the giveaway: The sweethearts over at Snap Kitchen have offered to give a $50 gift card to one of our readers if we have 10-24 comments on this post. They will give $100 if I get over 25 comments below. The more the better! Here is how you enter: Post a comment below including your favorite menu item at Snap Kitchen. If you have never been to Snap, I encourage you to check out their website and leave your comment on something you would like to try, instead. Be sure to leave your email address in the comment form so I can contact you if you are my winner. Go ahead and "like" Snap Kitchen and www.threedietsonedinner.com on Facebook or follow my blog while you are at it! I will select a winner at random on Tuesday, September 18 at 10am. Good luck!

This could be yours!! (Ew, I need a manicure...)
This contest is now CLOSED. Congratulations to Connie for winning the giveaway! 

62 comments:

  1. Among other things, I'd like to try the Asian Chicken Salad!

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  2. Love Snap Kitchen! My favorite dish is the nut crusted salmon. I could eat it every day :)

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  3. I always load up on the naked beef and crispy chicken

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  4. Jungle Beef Salad....I want MORE of that. (frommaggiesfarm@gmail.com)

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  5. My family eats there a lot. My kids like the cheesy egg cup things and my husband is a bison hash junkie. I'm a fan of the BBQ pork. Delicious!

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  6. I've been thinking about trying Paleo for a couple of weeks now.
    My favorite think from Snap Kitchen is the Turkey Chili. So good!

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  7. Wow! There was a breakfast hash that sounded great. But, then I read the Bison Quinoa Hash (there is definitely a pattern to my tastes). I would love to try it. Snap Kitchen looks and sounds fabulous. Come up to my neck of the woods! Many thanks! Kelly [kelly dot schaefer at ymail dot com]

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  8. Hi! I love the caveman quickies! They are made with nuts, seeds, dried Blueberries, maple syrup, honey, extra virgin coconut oil, cayenne pepper. Definitely not an everyday treat, but that's what makes it a treat!

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  9. I like the variety of salads. I have never tried before. - yes.4eva.r@gmail.com

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  10. The goat cheese and spinach scramble sounds amazing! I've been meaning to try snap on a busy week when I do not have time to cook my own meals
    Neverett618@gmail.com

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  11. I am a HUGE fan of the Turkey Chili. I mean, come on! It is a man's meal that is good for you.

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  12. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Snap Kitchen, especially their macaroons!!! Yummo!!!

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  13. i love the veggie lasagna, absolutely amazing

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  14. The bison quinoa hash is AMAZING. Is quinoa paleo? I also like their snack baggies :)

    I'm not sure how I feel about beets but I will have to try that hummus.

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    1. No Mel, Quinoa is not paleo. It is a grain, which is a paleo no-no.

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    2. Hahah, oh well. I'm obsessed with quiche and I'm assuming a palo one would also be gf so I would be down to try that :)

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    3. Quinoa is actually not a grain. It's a pseudocereal and is not in the grass family like regular grains. The part of quinoa that is eaten is the seed, and it's actually most closely related to beets and spinach. Whether or not you consider it paleo depends on your definition of paleo, but those are the facts:)

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    4. You are right. It is a seed. I always forget that because quinoa looks like a grain, tastes like a grain but most importantly, acts like a grain. It contains antinutrients that bind to the vitamins and minerals your body needs. It steals them and they are unable to be absorbed in your body. =( It also contains antinutrients that contribute to intestinal permeability, which can wreck havoc on your immune system. It may be a seed, but it has the negative characteristics of a grain, which means it is off limits for me. Thanks for your input.

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  15. Everything is delish, but I'm especially obsessed with the Bison Quinoa Hash. Gimme!

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  16. I like their made-to-order salads for lunch and their tofu scramble is a good vegan breakfast option.

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  17. I also feel the Bison Quinoa Hash is amazing!

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  18. Wow, I wish there was something like that around here, because I'd be all over the steak and eggs or spinach and goat cheese scramble!

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  19. I love the color of the beet hummus!

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  20. I live in the DFW area and wish that they had a Snap Kitchen here. It looks like a really neat place. The next time we are in the Austin area, I definitely want to check it out!

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  21. The Naked Chicken and Beef sound delicious!

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  22. I haven't tried anything there, but travel to Austin and Houston allllllllllll the time for work. Just started a paleo lifestyle with hubby, and can't wait to try SNAP.

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  23. Oops! Sorry for not following directions!! Well, I have to say that I would definitely try the key lime pie as a cheat, since it isn't paleo friendly and sounds scrumptious, but also the Crispy Scottish Salmon. Sounds Yummy!!

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  24. I've recently switch to gluten-free, which isn't so far off from Paleo - I'm always looking for new To Go options for this tricky diet!

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  25. I am loving all your comments! Good luck to everyone!

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  26. snap is amazing! The cookies are addicting (back when I ate them). They could use some more vegan options though!

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  27. I love the butternut squash spaghetti!

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  28. My fave is the Crispy Almond Chicken! Yum!

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  29. The bison quinoa hash is amazing. I also love the red & green salad (with citrus chicken added)!

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  30. I love their food but just recently did a 5 days cleanse with their juices. So good and fresh and it kept me full all day. A great jumpstart to eating clean again.

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  31. Dominique (lodotrim@gmail.com)September 17, 2012 at 2:41 PM

    My fav is the turkey chili.

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  32. Love Snap! My favorite dish is the Bison Hash but I really need to stop by and taste the beet hummus. That sounds awesome!

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  33. My fav is the turkey chili. However if going Paleo then Naked Chicken with the Roasted Cauliflower is the best

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  34. Gluten Free Pasta with Butternut Squash, Chicken and Goat cheese is divine.
    Bison Quinoa Hash is most yummy and their gluten free brownies are amazing!

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  35. Man! I had the red and green salad today, but added a few extra goodies (quinoa, edamame and avocado -- more green!), and it was SO GOOD. Red and green aren't just holiday colors, after all! Tripbilly[at]aol.com

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  36. My favorite is the Spaghetti & Turkey "Bolognese" for sure! YUM!

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  37. Bison Quinoa Hash -- hit for the whole family!

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  38. Mediterranean spaghetti squash and the ginger chicken stir-fry. Yum! (not necessarily together, though)

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  39. I'm obsessed with their Ginger Chicken Stir Fry. SO GOOD.

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  40. I love the butternut squash macaroni -- could eat it every single day!

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  41. Peanut Butter Pancakes!! Awesome!!

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  42. The Santa fe pork and the butternut squash macaroni are my favorites. LOVE Snap Kitchen!

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  43. The snap food looks amazing. Making paleo convenient! Good stuff.

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  44. Did someone say "Naked Chicken!" Looks like a great paleo dish :)

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  45. love the ginger chicken stir fry!

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  46. Those pancakes are awesome! They taste better than any pancake you could get a restaurant, so that is our Sunday morning go-to food :)

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  47. Santa Fe Pork- hands down!

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  48. Love the Turkey Bolognese Spaghetti!

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  49. I love the BBQ pulled pork and paleo snacks!

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  50. I love the BBQ pulled pork and paleo snacks!

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  51. Big fan of the Red and Green salad!

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  52. I would love to try the tikka marasala

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