Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Launched Instant Pot-Ready Meals
Tiller & Hatch is the first brand to offer frozen meals specifically meant to be prepped in a pressure cooker.
You don't need us to tell you that Instant Pots are an absolute must if you hate hovering over a stove. But thanks in part to Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez, your Instant Pot meal prep just became even more efficient. The couple helped to launch Tiller & Hatch Supply Co., the first frozen meal brand specifically intended for pressure cookers. (Related: Instant Pot Just Released Its Own 7-In-1 Air Fryer)
J. Lo and A. Rod partnered with brand developer Lanched.LA to create Tiller & Hatch, which launched with eight different meals. The pastas, soups, and stews include promising options like farfalle with marinara and ground turkey and Cajun-style chicken stew with pork andouille sausage. Each bag can feed up to four people, or leave you with a pile of leftovers. The best part? Each meal has a cooking time that doesn't exceed 11 minutes.
"This is an option we wish had been available to our families growing up," Rodriguez said in a press release about the launch. "We are committed, like Tiller & Hatch, to doing good. This partnership offers us the opportunity to provide affordable and nutritious meals to families across America while making significant charitable contributions to shelters and food-based charities across the country."
In case the thought of dumping a meal into your Instant Pot with some water doesn't sound convenient enough, you'll also be able to sign up for a Tiller & Hatch delivery subscription. The company offers three delivery plans: $60 for four bags every two weeks (that works out to $3 per serving), $87 for six bags every two weeks, or $114 for eight bags every two weeks. In addition, Tiller & Hatch meals are sold at Walmart for $12 per bag. (Related: J. Lo and A-Rod Are Partnering with a Fitness App, So Say Hello to Your New Trainers)
If Tiller & Hatch's current offerings don't suit your dietary needs (they all contain meat, for one thing), the brand will soon have you covered: "In the near future, [Tiller & Hatch] will also offer organic meals and options for specific dietary lifestyles like vegetarian and Paleo diets," reads a press release about the launch. No word on whether there will be a no-carb option in honor of J-Rod. (Related: Here's How Jennifer Lopez Crushes a Workout Before One of Her Concerts)
If you're already mentally clearing out space in your freezer, you can find out more about the meals at tillerandhatch.com. Just don't forget to say a mental thank you to J. Lo and A. Rod before every freezer-to-pressure-cooker meal.