When HelloFresh reached out to me to try out their meals for a week, naturally I complied.
Essentially, the meal planning and grocery shopping is done for you. Based on the upcoming meals provided on their website, you decide on 3 meals you would like for the week and the ingredients arrive fresh in a box.
Here’s the Argentinian-Style Baked Cod with Chimichurri and a side of sautéed zucchini and tomatoes. This dish was delicious and packed with flavor. At least now I know how to make fresh chimichurri. 🙂
And here are the 2 other meals I prepared with HelloFresh. I absolutely loved the Barley Bowl with Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Pepitas (top) – definitely my favorite meal of the three. Below is the Skewer-less Chicken Kebabs with roasted veggies.
No meal planning & grocery shopping – makes life easier.
Meals delivered to your door.
Cater to non-vegetarians, vegetarians, pescetarians, gluten-free eaters, family meal plans, and more.
Meals are tasty, some are uniquely flavored dishes that I haven’t tried before which is nice.
Nutritional information provided.
East to follow recipe card with instructions and step-by-step images.
Healthy and balanced meals which include protein, carbs and veggies.
Great way to learn how to cook.
Great option for those who want variety in their food.
Cost is $10 per meal for 2 people. That’s quite reasonable for a filling and healthy meal. Family plan is cheaper at $8.74 per meal.
This particular meal was labeled Easy, however I think this meal would qualify as Easy-Medium level of difficulty.
This recipe took me 45 minutes to prepare, not 35 minutes as stated. If you are new to cooking, expect to spend a little more time preparing these meals.
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If you would like to try out HelloFresh, get $35 off your first box by using code WHATSCOOKING35.
(new customers only)
This post was sponsored by HelloFresh, however please note that all opinions expressed are my own.
Have you tried HelloFresh? What are your thoughts? Would you be willing to try such a service?