Cost: Plans start at $13 per meal, six meals per week.
CookUnity ships to most parts of the United States. You can check here to see if you are in the standard delivery area.
Customer Testimonial: I know this sounds a little exaggerated, but I’m not a foodie at all. I don’t let my partner talk after the meal because I just want to sit and reminisce about the taste. Really that good. – Howard
16. Snack Kitchen
Most suitable: people who eat gluten-free
Why it’s worth it: Austin-based company Snap Kitchen teamed up with nutritionists, chefs and Partner with a personal trainer to deliver filling options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner that are delicious and require absolutely zero prep. Choose from high-protein, keto-friendly, paleo, dairy-free meal kits, and more—or Choose a flexible build-your-own option that lets you dabble in.
Everything ships to you in containers with recyclable plastic lids and compostable bottoms, meals ready to go Serve on a plate. Most meals require less than 20 minutes in the oven or microwave, so they’re a bit like an updated version of TV dinners. As an added bonus, all meals are also gluten-free. Popular Meal options include chicken enchiladas, beef chimichurri, and almond butter pancakes.
Cost: 6 per meal $14 for three meals per week; 12 meals per week for $11 each.
Availability: Snap Kitchen is currently in select states Available in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Kansas, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, New York, Massachusetts states, Virginia and West Virginia.
Customer Review: “Always so good, love the ever changing menu, They always keep me on my toes and I love trying new recipes! – Sarah
BEST FOR: People who want a reliable high-protein meal
Why it’s worth it: Ready for meal delivery Flex With a protein-centric menu at Pro, all of its protein-rich, chef-prepared meals are pre-made and ready-to-eat: all you have to do is pop them in the microwave for two to three minutes, and voila , for dinner (or lunch, or breakfast).