Use Hello Fresh to beat kitchen boredomJanuary 30, 2018 4:49 pm Leave your thoughts Are you making the same recipes on repeat? With a busy schedule, it’s hard to find time to cook creative meals that you actually want to eat. One way to fight boredom in the kitchen is by using a meal service, like Hello Fresh. You get fresh ingredients and meal instructions delivered to your doorstep each week.
Subscription detailsYou can use the Hello Fresh app or website to pick a subscription based on your lifestyle and needs:
- Diet plans: Classic, Veggie, or Family
- Size: 2 to 4 people
- Frequency: 2 to 4 meals per week
Choosing your menuChoose the recipes you want to try for the week. This is tough because everything looks delicious. Each meal is listed with prep time, nutritional facts, and allergens to help you decide. The menu changes from week to week, so you never run out of options.
Getting your foodYour order is delivered a week after it’s ordered, on a day of your choice. It comes in an insulated box with ice packs to keep your food fresh.
Preparing your mealWhen your box arrives, all the ingredients are pre-measured and organized into smaller packages by meal. Cooking your meal will take 20-50 minutes. To prepare your meal, use the recipe cards that come in the box or in the Hello Fresh app. The recipes include step-by-step instructions with pictures. Alternatively, you can use the app to guide you. Move through the recipe with voice commands by saying “next,” “back,” “read,” “start timer,” or “stop timer.” It’s like you have your own sous chef in the kitchen with you.
Other meal delivery servicesHello Fresh isn’t the only meal delivery service out there. Try out a few and see what you like.
|Blue Apron||Home Chef||Plated|
- Blue Apron delivers meals with seasonal and sustainably-sourced ingredients.
- Home Chef provides meals that all take around 30 minutes to prepare.
- Plated uses your reviews and ratings of meals to design more meals based on your taste.
Categorised in: Diet and Nutrition, Family Health
This post was written by Nicole Gibbons