Hello Fresh is a meal kit subscription box with complete recipes and ingredients to make 3 meals every week, with each meal feeding either two or four people, depending on the plan you choose.
Though it is a subscription, you can pause your deliveries when needed – whether you are out of town, have other dinner plans, or just aren’t in love with that week’s selections. The standard subscription provides high-quality meats (free-range chicken, antibiotic meats, etc.) to use in the recipes.
DEAL: Currently, you can save $40 off your first box with coupon code 7UT7K8.
Hello Fresh has great instructions, and they are easy to follow even if you are an inexperienced cook. There are even some kitchen tips included in the information card.
Though we do eat meat, we cook vegetarian three times a week. Thankfully, Hello Fresh has a vegetarian subscription for both casual and dedicated vegetarians.
The boxes used by Hello Fresh keep all the ingredients for the recipes in order, and they stack nicely in the fridge. Within each box, everything but the largest vegetables is separately packaged and is packed at the bottom. Condiments and canned goods are provided in high-end, commercial packaging. Hello Fresh usually provides spices in their own, pre-measured branded packaging.
Creamy Dreamy Linguine With Mushrooms And Tarragon. 30 minutes, level 1, 500 calories per serving.
Utterly Up-Beet Salad With French Lentils and Baby Potatoes. 30 minutes, level 1, 580 calories per serving.
And of course, we really like Feta cheese on almost anything, it just adds to the flavors. My husband’s comment tonight, “this is really good,” says it all. It’s also quite a vibrant treat for the eyes with all the color.
Buttered-Up Butternut Squash Risotto With Sage And Pepitas. 45 minutes, level 3, 600 calories per serving.
Tonight’s roasted veggie was butternut squash but again you could substitute almost any veggie. Once cooked you garnish with pepitas my mind says what about pine nuts or even sunflower seeds? Since I live in the southeast, what about using Rosemary, eggplant and chopped peanuts? What would be a combination you’d like to try? Soooooo good, so easy, so many ideas!