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Eating in doesn’t have to mean doing away with variety. These appetizing and nutritious food delivery services offer satisfying but good-for-you meals. Whatever your needs, there is something for you.
Carrot-Ginger Soup credit: Sun Basket
Unique Meal Kits Delivered to Your Home
Sun Basket sends organic meal kits to your doorstep every week. You can choose two or more dinners a week, which come in two or four servings each. There are many yummy, healthy options to choose from. Some menu options include seared steaks with roasted red pepper ajvar sauce and cauliflower, as well as quinoa–black bean tacos with guacamole and cabbage slaw. They also offer custom diets for those following a paleo, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or diabetes-friendly diet. Short on time? Try their “Quick & Easy” option. Add-ons include breakfast, lunch, and snack options, such as Carrot-Ginger Soup. The great thing about this service is you have the option and flexibility to skip a week of delivery or cancel anytime. Sun Basket has partnered with Bladder Chatter to give a free meal to users who sign up for their service. Bladder Chatter is a community dedicated to supporting women with overactive bladder.
If you are looking for a doubly health-conscious delivery option, try Daily Harvest's organic frozen kits. Daily Harvest works directly with farmers to source their fruits and vegetables. Their organic frozen kits are based on fruits and veggies and are a great breakfast and lunch option. You can start your day with the Dragon Fruit + Lychee smoothie and treat yourself to the tasty Brussels Sprouts + Tahini lunch. Another appealing midday meal is the Tomato + Zucchini Minestrone, which pairs nicely with their delicious Tomato + Basil flatbread.
Green Chef prides itself in being “the #1 Sustainable Meal Kit” for eating well. You can choose to have weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly home deliveries. These organic meals are designed by expert chefs using premium ingredients. The easy step-by-step recipes come with chef tips and can be prepared in as little as 30 minutes. There are different meal plan options to choose from such as, the Keto + Paleo and Balanced Living Meal Plan that offers a variety of meat, seafood, and vegetarian recipes. Vegans and vegetarians will love the Plant-Powered Meal Plan that offers a new plant-based menu every week. What’s great about Green Chef is they allow you to skip orders and easily change or cancel your subscription should you choose to do so.
Hello Fresh is another affordable option, with kits starting at $7.49 per meal. They allow you to customize your meal plan, as well as have vegetarian and kid-friendly meal recipes, ideal for those with picky eaters. And for seafood lovers, there is also a pescatarian option.
Martha & Marley Spoon, a Martha Stewart company, offers a variety of meal kits sent to your home. Options include a health and diet option, a vegetarian and vegan lifestyle meal plan, an Under 30 Minutes kit, and family-friendly meal plans.
Blue Apron is a popular meal delivery service offering meal kits that incorporate Beyond Meat™ products, diabetes-friendly options, and a carb-conscious menu.
Brassica Bowl credit: Sakara
Pre-Prepared Goodness + Special Diets
Sakara offers nutritious, plant-based ready-to-eat meals delivered to your home. Their food is organic, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Their Signature Program (Level 1) is a great place to start for those who don’t like prepping or cooking. Sakara has become a popular food service and has celebrities like supermodel Lily Aldridge singing their praises.
Magic Kitchen will deliver high-quality, chef-prepared meals to your home. They offer a senior discount and have special senior diet menu options. Special diets include dialysis-friendly meals, a renal diet option, as well as a low-sodium meal option.
Mom’s Meals is another terrific option for seniors. They offer pre-prepared refrigerated meals, including meals specifically for those with medical conditions like cancer or those with difficulty swallowing. Disabled people and the elderly might even qualify to have the meals delivered at little to no cost.