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If you enjoy going out for a majority of your meals instead of making homemade dishes, your opportunities to find new and exciting restaurants might be limited for the time being, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy delicious meals at home.
With endless options of meal delivery kits to choose from these days, it can be hard to decide which one is best to try out first, especially if you’re new to meal subscription services. So if the one con setting you back from trying out one of these convenient options is having to actually cook the recipes, Freshly just might be the solution for you.
Instead of receiving all the fresh ingredients and a long recipe you have to follow to enjoy your delivered meal kit, Freshly sends you pre-cooked meals that are ready to eat once you reheat, which only takes about three minutes in the microwave. While I do love a recipe that takes time and involves chopping lots of veggie (it can be meditative, OK), Freshly is basically an updated and more delicious version of your typical frozen TV dinner that requires zero effort, since each meal is pre-cooked and perfectly proportioned for one person.
Shop: Four prepared Freshly meals each week, $49.99
With the choice of more than 30 all-natural dishes made by chefs each week, you can select an option of four, six, nine or 12 meals per week. Your plan will vary in price depending on how many meals you want to receive, but the subscription starts at $11.50 per meal or $49.99 each week including $3.99 shipping.
And if you’re trying to follow a particular food regimen, you can still stick to your diet by selecting meals within one of Freshly’s meal categories, including ones like Feel-Better Food, Takeout Twists or One-Bowl Nourishers. With dinners like Sicilian-style chicken parmesan and super pesto and sausage fusilli pasta, dinner’s about to get a whole lot faster and tastier thanks to Freshly’s delicious picks.
If you enjoyed this story, you might like to read about another meal delivery service called Sun Basket.
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