While paying a little for convenience, this works great as a lunch or simple dinner option. If I didn’t live in a city where there are plenty of takeaway options, it would be even better. The food is pretty fresh and the dishes are a bit more interesting than you normally get in the freezer. They come in individual servings. The microwave instructions are incredibly accurate (no burnt tongues!). Table for one please.
price: Fresh is charged for each individual meal prepared – $ 11.50 / meal for 4, but $ 9.50 for 6, $ 9 for 10, and $ 87.50 for 12.
Six other meal sets to consider
Hungryroot is a kind of hybrid for healthy meal / grocery delivery. Before you sign up and enter your credit card information, the company takes you through a quick quiz to get basic information about how much you eat and what types of foods you prefer. Once you’ve completed this, the company will suggest an appropriate mix of plant-based meals and snacks for your first shipment. These supplies greatly reduce the time it takes you to shop for groceries, and the meals are usually very easy to prepare with very little proper cooking required. It’s food that saves you time and kind of tastes pretty good! A welcome treat for the time hungry. (Everyone.)
Price: Each weekly box costs at least $ 60. That brings you three recipes that make six servings of starters and cost $ 60. As you add meals, they get progressively cheaper – 5 meals are $ 9.50 per serving, 6 meals are $ 9 per serving, 8 meals are $ 8.50 per serving. You can also have a few servings of ready-to-eat breakfast, snacks, and candy for $ 10.
Fresh and slim
Fresh n ‘Lean is a meal service for people with a lack of time and a fairly restricted diet. It offers five different plans, all of which are gluten-free, GMO-free, and tailored to suit different dietary restrictions. The basic plan is vegan, with organic products like chipotle lime cauliflower and yellow curry vegetables. The company also offers slightly more expensive plans made with premium proteins that allow you to stick to strict keto or paleo.
price: The standard vegan plan costs around $ 8 per meal, while the “Protein +”, Keto, and Paleo plans cost around $ 11 per meal.
This is a meal plan for the goop crowd. 100 percent of meals are plant-based and promise a variety of health benefits, including increased energy, improved digestion, less gas, and better skin. There are a few different programs to choose from that are best tailored for detoxing, and even one that is specifically designed for people preparing for their weddings. That may not seem like your thing until you see the sample menu. One day includes lemon poppy seed donuts and two delicious salads. If detox looks like this, get in touch with us.
price: A subscription to the company’s signature program is $ 70 per day for groceries worth 5 days per week. If you only want to eat two or three days it will cost $ 80 per meal.
Daily Harvest’s meal set delivery service doesn’t actually deliver meal sets. Instead, you get a selection of frozen smoothies, oats, canapes, soups, lattes, harvest bowls and much more in one conveniently heated container. You need a good blender to get the most out of your subscription, but you don’t need to know how to dice an onion.
price: Each company’s oat and chia bowl is $ 6. Smoothies, soups, bites, and lattes are $ 8. The harvest bowls, flatbreads, and ice cream scoops are $ 9. You need to buy at least 9 items, but you can save some money buying more than 14 items at a time.
Veestro’s vegan, preservative-free meals arrive frozen and are best prepared in an oven or pan. Meals include a number of different cuisines, including Turkish meatballs, Thai curries, and kebab. The goal is to provide people with three meals a day for a total of less than 1,200 calories (ish).