Meal-kit services has been around for many years, but they have become a popular alternative to eating out during the pandemic. Meal-kits provide a list of weekly recipes you can choose from and then the recipe and ingredients are delivered to your door! It is a good way to improve your cooking skills, cut down on your grocery bill and provide a different meal option for the whole family to enjoy! Here are some kits that you might want to try:
Dinnerly caters to people on a budget. You can choose from 10 recipes each week, which approx 7-8 will be vegetarian. Kits start at approx. $39 which includes 3 recipes for 2 people.
Blue Apron caters to a variety of cooks. You choose from a selection of 10 recipes each week. Kits start at approx. $48 which includes 2 recipes for 2 people.
Home Chef caters to different skill levels and preferences, from meat eaters and vegetarians to people watching their carb or calorie intake. You can choose from 13 recipes, several of which are typically vegetarian. Kits start at $50 which includes 2 recipes for 2 people.
Hello Fresh caters to people with different dietary needs, from meet and veggie plans that are family-friendly and calorie focused. You choose which meals you want from 23 recipe choices. Kits start at approx. $63 which includes 3 recipes for 2 people.
Purple Carrot caters to vegans. They also affer a couple of breakfast, lunch and snack options. You can choose from 8 dinner recipes per week but they will send you a booklet of all recipes for the week. Kits start at $72 which includes ingredients for 3 recipes for 2 people each week.
Green Chef caters to a variety of people with different eating habits, from meat-eaters and vegetarians to keto or paleo diets. Each kit contains organic ingredients and starts at approx $93 which includes 3 recipes each week for 2 people.