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    13 Meal Kits That Are Great For The Whole Family

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    1. Blue Apron offers a four-serving/week plan that allows you to choose two, three, or four recipes from their mouthwatering weekly menus.

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    Pictured above: White Cheddar Cheeseburgers with Balsamic-Glazed Onion & Roasted Potatoes (left), Mafalda Pasta in Creamy Tomato Sauce with Cheesy Bread (right)

    Get it from Blue Apron: two-serving signature plan starting at $47.95/2 recipes per week; four-serving signature plan starting at $71.92/2 recipes per week; two-serving vegetarian plan starting at $47.95/2 recipes per week

    2. Sun Basket allows you to choose from classic cooking meals (cook yourself with pre-portioned ingredients), pre-prepped meals (no slicing, dicing, or peeling), or oven-ready meals that can be ready in as little as five minutes. Plus, meals are certified organic and clean.

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    Pictured above: Meatza — Grain-Free Pizza made with a Ground Chicken Crust, Herbed Marinara Sauce, and Savory Vegetable Toppings

    Get it from Sun Basket: two recipes/week plan starting at $51.96/2 servings per recipe; three recipes/week plan starting at $71/94/2 servings per recipe; four recipes/week plan starting at $87.92/2 servings per recipe

    3. HelloFresh has four different preferences to choose from, including a family-friendly option. You'll get kid-tested recipes that are quick and easy-to-cook.

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    Pictured above: Margherita Chicken over Garlic Herb Spaghetti

    Get it from HelloFresh: $8.99/price per serving plus $7.99/shipping

    4. One Potato sends recipes that'll please both kids and adults. They boast a "no more kids meals for grown-ups or grown-up food that kids won't eat" menu.

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    Pictured above: Chicago Style Hot Dogs

    Get it from One Potato: starting at $67.78/2 recipes per week

    5. Martha & Marley Spoon allows you to pick from 22 different weekly recipes in five categories (one category being family-friendly). You'll receive the necessary pre-portioned ingredients for easy-to-follow six-step recipes.

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    Pictured above: Beef Tacos with Cilantro Slaw & Tomato Salad (left), Tomato Basil Skillet Ravioli with Creamy Parmesan Spinach Salad (right)

    Get it from Martha & Marley Spoon: the two-person plan starting at $49.99/2 meals per week; the four-person plan starting at $76.91/2 meals per week

    6. Green Chef offers an array of organic meal plans including a family plan. You can choose between meat, seafood, and vegetarian options, plus all the recipes are convenient and are easy-to-prepare.

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    Pictured above: Veggie-Loaded Quesadillas Stuffed with Ooey Gooey, Melty Monterey Jack and Sharp Cheddar Cheese

    Get it from Green Chef: Keto for $12.99/serving, Paleo for $12.99/serving, Balanced Living for $11.99/serving, Plant-Powered for $11.99/serving, Family Plan for $10.99/serving

    7. Gobble sends dinner kits that are designed to be cooked in just one pan within 15 minutes so you have more time to spend eating with your family. Plus, you can choose between a classic dinner plan, a vegetarian plan, or a lean & clean plan.

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    Pictured above: Creamy Meatball Stroganoff with Mushrooms and Farfalle Pasta

    Get it from Gobble: two-people plan for $71.94/3 dinner kits, $95.92/4 dinner kits; four-people plan for $143.88/3 dinner kits

    8. Dinnerly aims to be the most affordable meal delivery service on the market. They send digital recipe cards instead of paper, and they use less ingredients in their recipes. They also offer a family box option and give you the flexibility to skip weeks, so you're not locked into paying for meals you don't need.


    Pictured above: Everything Bagel Burger with Homefries & Creamy Scallion Schmear (left), Crispy Fried Shrimp Basket with Garlic-Butter Broccoli & Fries

    Get it from Dinnerly: two-person box starting at $38.93/3 meals per week; family box starting at $68.87/3 meals per week

    9. Purple Carrot sends the ingredients needed to make flavorful plant-based meals. It's one way to get the whole family eating fruits and vegetables in ways they didn't even realize were possible.

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    Pictured above: Avocado Black Bean Melt

    Get it from Purple Carrot: two-serving plan starting at $71.94/3 dinners per week; four-serving plan for $79.92/2 dinners per week

    10. Home Chef offers four-person and six-person meal plans with a ton of freedom in the kinds of meals you select. All you have to do is submit any dietary restrictions or preferences your family may have, and you can even customize a dish with options to upgrade, swap, or double up on protein on select recipes.

    Home Chef

    Pictured above: Farmhouse Fried Chicken with Mashed Potatoes, Green Onion Gravy, and Corn (left), Four Cheese Baked Ziti with Garlic Ciabatta (right)

    Get it from Home Chef: two-person plan starting at $35.96/2 meals per week; four-person plan starting at $71.92/2 meals per week; six-person plan starting at $107.88/2 meals per week

    11. EveryPlate boasts affordable recipes, averaging at $4.99/meal, and a four-person plan with 11 different weekly recipes to choose from, so family dinners are both delicious and affordable. They also give you the option to skip weeks!

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    Pictured above: Roasted Bell Pepper Flatbreads

    Get it from EveryPlate: two-person plan for $38.93/3 recipes per week, $48.91/4 recipes per week, $58.89/5 recipes per week; four-person plan for $68.87/3 recipes per week

    12. PlateJoy allows you to enter any dietary restrictions, health goals, time constraints, and the number of meals you want help with and then create a meal plan curated to those needs. They also offer kid-friendly preferences, so even those with the pickiest of taste buds will enjoy mealtime.

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    Pictured above: Banana Almond Protein Pancakes

    Get it from PlateJoy: $69/6 month plan, $99/12 month plan

    13. Yumble makes mealtime with little ones much easier. You can choose from their variety of pre-packaged meals that only take a minute and 30 seconds to heat up in the microwave. They even offer a Picky Eaters box which takes the guesswork out of choosing meals for the kiddos whose tastebuds are less adventurous. It may not be for the whole family but it will make family dinners way easier.

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    Pictured above: Chicken Nuggets & Veggie Casserole (left), Chicken Enchiladas (right)

    Get it from Yumble: six meals/week plan for $7.99/meal, eight meals/week plan for $6.99/meal, 12 meals/week plan for $5.99/meal

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