Healthy Balance Meals provides people who don’t have time to cook a healthy alternative to traditional restaurant food and freezer meals. With nutritious and wholesome meal options that appeal to a range of tastes, this is one place you can feel good about taking everyone in your party.
The food options at Healthy Balance Meals cover a range of tastes. You won’t find anything deep-fried or heavily buttered on the menu, but there are plenty of salads, burgers, sandwiches, meat entrees, pasta and the like for everyone to find something they’re in the mood for. The menu features special sections of Italian and Mexican Entrees, and there are plenty of vegetarian and meat-based choices to choose from.
Importantly, going healthy doesn’t mean you have to skip treats altogether. A small selection of cookies and chips are available for anyone who wants to cheat on their diet a little.
No matter what you order, you can trust that’ll taste good and be good for you. Everything offered is made from wholesome ingredients your doctor would approve of, and precise nutrition information is readily available if you need it.
All of this is offered in a setting where dine-in service is prompt and carry-out available. Every entree can be frozen and reheated if you’d like, so it’s easy to purchase many meals ahead of time. You’ll even save a little if you do. Multi-packs of take-home meals cost $7 per meal, and dine-in selections tend to range between $5 and $8.
If you’re looking for a healthy meal but don’t have time to cook, let Healthy Balance Meals take care of prep for you. Stop in, and you’ll soon have a delicious, healthy meal (or several) ready specifically for you.
A few of our favorite menu items at Healthy Balance Meals include:
Pulled BBQ Chicken
When you’re in Appalachia, barbecue is always a good bet. This Pulled BBQ Chicken is slow-cooked and comes with red potatoes and green beans. A heart-healthy take on the Southern classic.
Who doesn’t love a steaming plate of lasagna? The Spinach lasagna is a vegetarian dish that layers ricotta, mozzarella, and (of course) spinach. Best of all, it’s only 380 calories.
Go Tex-Mex and throw it in a bowl with the Burrito Bowl. Romaine lettuce is topped with corn, black beans, pico de gallo, cheddar cheese and other goodies, and you can choose your preferred dressing. Avocado ranch, spicy ranch, and fat-free ranch are all recommended.
Sometimes there’s nothing quite like a cheeseburger, and this is one you can feel good about eating. The grass-fed beef burger comes on a whole wheat bun and is topped with your choice of cheese. American’s a classic, but there’s also Swiss, pepper jack, mozzarella, and cheddar.
Not everything has to be dessert-free. Treat yourself with some of the homemade cookies. They come in packs of two or four, so you can share a little treat.
Because this is a healthy-oriented restaurant, don’t expect to take home leftovers like you might at another place. The servings are ample, but they aren’t nearly as large as most eateries’ entrees. If you do want something for later, just get a meal to go. They’re affordable enough that two entrees here are less than what one at some moderately fancy sit-down establishments would cost.