Over the years, I’ve checked out a couple of different meal planning & delivery services like Blue Apron and Hello Fresh. I am not a good cook and I pretty much hate meal planning so I’ve always thought having one of these services would be good for us.

None of them have stuck and after seeing Hungryroot ads pop up on my Facebook over the course of a few weeks, I decided to give them a try.

What makes Hungryroot from other meal planning order services?
For starters, Hungryroot is heavily plant-focused. They do have meat but the comments on their ads were significantly positive and talked about how customizable everything was. As a former vegetarian and Mom of a family that doesn’t eat beef, this already seemed like a better fit for us than the last couple of meal planning services we had tried.

I also like that the meals seemed (and are!) very simple to assemble. This is more of a grocery service with some simple recipes than an involved meal plan where you have to cook. Last week’s meals took me 10-15 minutes tops to cook up.

This Tofu Stir Fry was delish!

You purchase a weekly subscription that gives you a certain amount of credits. You can use these credits on suggestions for meals, or groceries or snacks.

Without a discount, I’m paying $121 and change for credits that have been giving me 3 meals that feed 4 people plus a little extra to grab a few extra groceries or snacks. This week I got a bag of Honeycrisp apples & some edamame to snack on.

Check it out and use special code T219PM to get $40 off your first order, or use the link here: hungryroot.com/r/T219PM

Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you click and sign up for this service, we both get $40 off our next order – free food for all!

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