“I’m sorry for the things that I said…when I was hungry…”
Oh, hello there. You must have just caught me in a masterful rendition of “Hello” sung to the tune of being hungry. How embarrassing, but also how timely.
If you’re sick of stepping foot in any store, grocery shopping, and meal planning after the holidays, it may be the time to try one of those boxed meals subscriptions, people. I myself have always been a skeptic, especially when it seems like every other blog I read is a sponsored post about them.
But. I tried one and I have to admit, it was awesome. I came home from a full day of child wrangling and horse lessons and diaper changing and saw a fun box on my porch and lo and behold–dinner was served! It was so much fun to see how excited the kids got and my hubby really got excited about a new twist on dinner, which in turn, made me very happy because I completely got out of dinner prep. Win-win.
Luckily for you, this post is not sponsored, but I did get the chance to try out a few meals from Home Chef, which compared to a lot of the other meal kit delivery services I’ve seen, they are such a bargain. These are the meals I picked, which allow me to assure you, Ben was super excited about:
Chiplote Chicken & Buttermilk Dumplings:
Seared Chicken and Parmesan Lemon Orzo:
Every serving is under $10 and they have other options like smoothies and breakfast selections, which is a nice change of pace. They also are pretty proud to offer a lot of speciality meals for allergies and other diets, such as:
Home Chef is based in Chicago and delivers all of the fresh ingredients you need to make chef-tested meals at home. With a weekly rotating menu of dinner, breakfast, smoothie, and fruit basket options, there is something for just about every taste preference . All Home Chef orders also include visual step-by-step instruction cards fit for “Home Chefs” of any level, calorie count is listed per serving, and pre-portioned ingredients minimize your time meal planning, meal prepping, and making frequent visits to the grocery store. Also, all orders over $40 are free shipping, and there is no sales tax.
Home Chef is generously giving one of my readers a voucher worth $60 so you can try three meals (choose the two-person serving option) for FREE! This is the same voucher I used, so I can vouch that it works and that the food is delicious! And even a foodie-challenged chef like myself could handle it, because there are pictures with the instructions.
Enter to win here:
This post is NOT sponsored, but Home Chef did let us try a dinner for free, so just passing on the love of food here. Good luck!