Delivery premade meals?

How did you miss The Studio Kitchen? They are the oldest meal preparation and delivery company in Austin (200). Food is ready to be heated, but it's not fully cooked (like Snap Kitchen), so what you eat is fresh and not reheated. It's all ready to go and it's very easy. CookUnity offers several plans depending on how many meals you want to receive, with subscriptions ranging from four to 16 meals per week.

You can choose between a rotating menu of ready-to-eat options each week or ask them to be chosen according to your preferences, including the proteins you choose and any dietary restrictions, such as vegetarian, vegan, low-carb and gluten-free. Home Chef is best known for its delivery of meal kits, but it also offers a Fresh & Easy plan with multiple oven-ready and grilled meals designed with minimal preparation and cleaning in mind, depending on the service. Within its rotating weekly menu of more than 30 meals to choose from, Home Chef will offer about 10 pre-made options. Before placing the order, you will be asked to complete a questionnaire to customize your menu based on your tastes, serving size and delivery preferences.

By analyzing the individual menu options, each meal shows the estimated time it takes to heat up. Since Home Chef is one of the most customizable options with a variety of selections, it's probably best for “families, children, or people with dietary restrictions,” according to Ben Leonard, chef of the online cooking class platform Homemade. That said, it might not be best for people who are hesitant or who aren't as picky about their options, according to Leonard. You may have seen Daily Harvest's beautiful milkshakes in an Instagram ad (or four), but the service offers much more than just delicious smoothies packed with fruits and vegetables.

Think of Harvest Bowls, which can be heated in the microwave or prepared on a stove, Harvest Bakes that are placed in the oven (and are big enough to share), flatbreads, soups, bowls of chia seeds, and the list goes on. Factor brings flavor and nutrition to each of its fully prepared meals, which you'll actually want to eat. They are proud to use fresh ingredients, never frozen, and to combine the recipes of chefs with the advice of dieticians. There are ketogenic, low-carb, low-calorie, and even plant-based options to choose from.

Deliveries are made on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, depending on the shipping location, and you can choose to skip a delivery in any given week. There are meal delivery services that offer options for breakfast, lunch, dinner and all of the above, as well as companies that allow you to combine prepared meals with traditional meal kits for those nights when you have time to prepare a meal. Home Chef is a popular meal delivery company and recently launched a line of oven-ready dishes, such as Cajun chicken with rice and beans, intended to eliminate almost all the work of dinner, but they still offer home-cooked food, technically speaking. Another option to consider are the deliveries of oven-ready meal kits that still need to be cooked, but require a minimum of preparation, effort, or technical skill to prepare a fresh meal.

Chad Wellbrock
Chad Wellbrock

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