The New Chipotle Bowls That Have Everyone Talking

Chipotle just released their recipe and technique for how to make their famous guacamole, and now the restaurant is making waves again. Everyone's favorite build-it-yourself burrito and bowl quick-service chain just released a new series of bowls that are all about making healthy choices. The chain's "Lifestyle Bowls" now come in five new flavors in addition to several that are currently on the menu.

The new bowls were created to help people get back on track with healthy eating and healthy lifestyles that include exercise, which is why the new bowls are inspired by health professionals, including athletes, trainers, and nutritionists (via Chew Boom). 

With so many people staying at home during the novel coronavirus pandemic, a lot of people are quarantining with snack foods. Forty-four percent of people also admitted they had fallen off their workout schedule, according to Restaurant Business. This is one of the reasons Chipotle wanted to introduce these bowls — to get healthy foods back on the table.

"While we have existing Lifestyle Bowls for specific diets, we're encouraging our fans to eat healthy their way with new menu options inspired by orders from some of our most influential fans in the fitness world," said Chipotle CMO Chris Brandt.

The only catch is that the bowls are exclusively available through the Chipotle app and their online website. That means you will need to order ahead and select either pick up or delivery.

Here's what's in Chipotle's new Lifestyle Bowls

The first two new types of bowls were inspired by two coaches — Chris Brickley, a professional basketball skills trainer, and Cody Rigsby, a cycling instructor. The Chris Brickley bowl includes brown rice, double chicken, fresh tomato salsa, roasted chili corn salsa, cheese, lettuce, and guacamole. The Cody Rigsby salad bowl includes super green lettuce, light brown rice, double chicken, fajita vegetables, fresh tomato salsa, tomatillo-green chili salsa, and guacamole.

The next bowl comes from a nutrition expert, Dr. Mark Hyman. His salad bowl includes super green lettuce, brown rice, black beans, chicken, fajita vegetables, fresh tomato salsa, tomatillo-green chili salsa, and, of course, guacamole.

Finally, the last two kinds of new bowls were inspired by fitness athletes Tia-Clair Toomey and Mat Fraser. Toomey's bowl includes white rice, black beans, chicken, fajita veggies, fresh tomato salsa, cheese, lettuce, and guacamole. Fraser's bowl features white rice, black beans, double chicken, tomatillo red-chili salsa, roasted chili-corn salsa, sour cream, extra cheese, and guacamole.

One this is for certain, though — no one will be missing the guacamole on any of these bowls. Get online and place an order to try these as soon as possible.