The Best Delivery Meal Kits Of 2020
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The Best Delivery Meal Kits Of 2020
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a little help in your daily routine and let someone else tackle your meal planning and shopping? That is exactly what a delivery meal kit service can offer you!
It is so exciting to open up a new meal kit with excitement to create my next delicious meal without too much thought or running around stores. And, if you don’t think you have the cooking skills, this is a great way to learn! The easy step-by-step instructions that come with each meal kit will help you along! Impress everyone or better yet, Impress Yourself!
Our favorite delivery meal kits of 2020:
Yumble Kids | The Best Kids Prepared Meal Delivery Service For Picky Eaters
What It Is: Yumble is a weekly subscription service that’ll deliver healthy prepared meals for kids between 1 and 12 years old, though the brand says it’s best for 3- to 6-year-olds.
How It Works: You pick from among plans and choose meals from that week’s menu, which can be filtered with options such as gluten-free and no soy and by age group. There are curated boxes, too, including one for picky eaters. The meals come fully cooked and can be heated in a microwave.
Plans And Prices: There are three plans: one that includes six meals a week for $8 a meal, another that’s eight meals at $7 a meal and one that offers 12 meals for $6 a meal.
Gobble | The Best Meal Delivery Services For Busy Families
What It Is: Gobble offers meal kits that are fully prepped — chopped, portioned and measured — and can be cooked in 15 minutes from recipes that are easy to follow. This meal kit is not specifically for kids, but because it includes meals that don’t take too much time and has a plan for a household of four, it might be a good option for busy families who are strapped for time.
How It Works: There are two different plans for your family size, and you pick out meals from a weekly menu. You’ll see labels such as “kid-friendly” and “customer favorite” on menu options. Once delivered, the meals should take 15 minutes to cook.
Plans And Prices: You can pick between the two-person plan, which includes three or four different meals a week priced at $12 each, or a four-person plan, which offers three or four different meals a week at $12 a meal.
Baketivity | For Kid-Friendly Baking Recipes
What It Is: If your kiddos are always craving a sweet treat after school, you might want to try Baketivity, a monthly baking subscription box for kids. The brand sends you kid-friendly baking recipes with already measured ingredients (and a shopping list for wet ingredients) and instructions that kids can follow. Plus, the kids get their own aprons! It’s meant for kids who are 2 to 10 years old.
How It Works: When you sign up for a subscription (you can opt for a one-time baking kit, too), Baketivity will send a baking kit, recipe book and activity booklet. Subscription boxes are shipped on the 10th day of the month, and there’s a monthly schedule for each baked good.
Plans And Prices: You can choose a monthly plan that’s $33 a month, a three-month subscription that’s $31 per month, a six-month plan that’s $29 a month or a yearly plan that’s $26 a month.
Dinnerly | The Best Kid-Friendly Meal Plan On A Budget
What It Is: Dinnerly describes itself as an “affordable meal kit” with meals that start at less than $5 a person. On its site, the brand says it tries to use fewer ingredients for fewer dishes and offers kid-friendly options on its weekly menu. While it is called Dinnerly, you can certainly make these meals for lunch and leave leftovers from dinner for the next day.
How It Works: You can pick the day you want your box delivered, along with the recipes. The menu items have labels such as “kid-friendly” and “under 30 minutes.” The brand will send the ingredients and digital recipe cards.
Plans And Prices: Dinnerly offers two plans. The first is called the “two-person box,” meant for a household of two adults. The second is the “family box,” intended for a family of four. Both plans have the options of three, four or five recipes a week. The meals start at $4 a person.
Home Chef | The Best Meal Kit Service For Large Families
What It Is: Home Chef is a weekly meal kit delivery service that offers recipes that can be customized (swapping out a protein for another) and at different difficulty levels (such as easy and intermediate). It’s one of the few kid-friendly meal services out there that provides options for families of six people.
How It Works: Before you sign up for the subscription, Home Chef asks you questions about things such as whether you’re a vegetarian. You build your box depending on how many meals you’d like a week and the people you’re cooking for. Once you pick from the menu for the week, the brand sends ingredients that have been pre-portioned, with recipe cards to follow.
Plans And Prices: You can choose a plan for two, four or six people, with the choice to cook two to six meals a week, making it a good meal plan service for a large family. The meals start at $7 per serving.
EveryPlate | Delicious Doable Dinners
What is it: EveryPlate is is a simple meal kit subscription with recipes I find myself craving. While I don’t think they have the fanciest or most obscure ingredients, I found EveryPlate’s offerings to be classic and filling.
How It Works: Each week, EveryPlate offers eight recipes to choose from, including one “premium” recipe that costs a little more. While they do have one or two vegetarian options each week, I haven’t noticed many fish dishes besides the occasional shrimp recipe. Chicken, beef, sausage, and pork seem to be the mainstays here.
Plans and Prices: Two Serving Plan includes 3, 4, or 5 meals per week (each serves 2) for $4.99 per serving ($29.94, $39.92, or $49.90 per week) + $8.99 shipping. The Four Serving Plan includes 3 meals per week (each serves 4) for $4.99 per serving ($59.88 per week) + $8.99 shipping.
Blue Apron | Making Cooking Fun & Easy By Sending You All The Ingredients For Incredible Meals.
What is it: Blue Apron is a meal kit service provider that pioneered the business of selling pre-portioned food ingredients on a subscription basis.
How It Works: To receive their services, you start by checking what dishes they have on a certain week. The company lists all their meals and services online.
Plans and Prices: Between $9 and $10 per serving. Blue Apron is offering a variety of 2020 deals, including $60 off three orders and $80 off the first four weeks of a four-recipe plan.
Freshly | Convenience, Taste, Variety All In One Box
What is it: Freshly works with chefs to create a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner options for people on the go, looking for a healthy meal without the time to cook themselves. They collaborate with top chefs and the best rising culinary talent to craft their seasonal and fresh recipes. Freshly offers 4 meal plans to choose from that feature all-natural ingredients, free from artificial additives, gluten, and refined sugars. The service is a healthy and simple pre-cooked and pre-portioned meal solution for the busy individual or working professional. It even has the nutritional information right on the package so that you know
How It Works: Freshly delivers healthy, chef-prepared meals to your doorstep on a weekly basis. Customers can choose from 4-meal, 6-meal, 9-meal, or 12-meal plan each week from their rotating, seasonal menu. Each meal is delivered fresh, never frozen, and is ready to eat in under 2 minutes.
Plans and Prices: Offering 4 meals to 12 meals per week with a budget range from $8.99 per meal to $12.50 per meal including free shipping
Purple Carrot | Mix And Match Your Meals To Get A Meal Kit You'll Love Every Time.
What is it: Purple Carrot is a plant based meal kit subscription service with awesome recipes and the exact right amount of ingredients delivered straight to your door.
How It Works: Pick a plan (High-Protein, Gluten-Free, Quick & Easy, or Chef’s Choice), or customize your order every week. Get some breakfasts, lunches, and snacks, too! Skip your deliveries or cancel your box anytime.
Plans and Prices: Choose weekly meals from 2 to 4 dinners per week with the option of adding extra meals to your weekly plan (at a cost). Prices begin at $9.99 to $12.99.
Hungryroot | Plant-based Meal Delivery Service
What is it: Hungryroot is a plant-based meal delivery service
How It Works: Upon signing up you fill out a questionnaire to personalize your experience for the best meal delivery service for you: Are you cooking for one? Trying to save time? Do you have allergies? You can cater the meals (and snacks!) to your dietary restrictions and preferences, and select options that cover breakfast, lunch, and dinner. What really sets Hungryroot apart, though, is the emphasis on ease. Ingredients come pre-chopped, sauces are pre-prepared, and meals take about 10 minutes to assemble. Shipments come with ideas for combining the various prepped ingredients and sauces.
Plans and Prices: Each serving costs about $8 to $10 and meals are delivered weekly (though you can pause at any time). Expected meal budget is $67/week
Sakara Life | Fresh, Plant-based, Organic Meals
What is it: The Sakara Life meal delivery service is ideal for someone who is looking for refreshing, healthy meals. Co-founded by Whitney Tingle, a certified yoga instructor, and Danielle DuBoise, a holistic health coach, the service provides fresh, plant-based, organic meals delivered right to your door. No planning, meal prepping, or cooking necessary, all the meal programs include herbal detox teas and beauty water concentrates (think mineral- and antioxidant-rich drops) too.
How It Works: Choose the number of days you would like to receive meals (three or five days), and depending on your delivery zone, you may also choose which meals you would like to receive (breakfast, lunch and/or dinner).
Plans and Prices: $80/meal program
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