I love, love, love when a brand I did not know about asks me to review their product and it’s the perfect fit and the company and their product is in fact, awesome! It is always a wild card, you just never know. Especially in “health and wellness” where marketing claims can be confusing and not always all that true. But the great news here is that Terra’s Kitchen, a healthy meal kit delivery system, is FANTASTIC!
What is Terra’s Kitchen
Terra’s Kitchen is a meal-kit service focused on delivery technology to bring you healthy, prepped ingredients and simple and delicious recipes. They do most of the measuring, slicing, dicing, and chopping so that you can have dinner ready in 30 minutes or less. They deliver via our climate-controlled vessel, which is easily returned and reused up to 100 times.
What I like about Meal Kit Delivery Services
The rise of meal kit delivery services is pretty cool in my opinion. I’ve never been a fan of the grocery store and I can easily fall victim to a “dietary rut” and eat the same things over and over. Plus, meal planning and creating shopping lists takes time — time that not all of us have to spare. The idea of someone taking that work off your hands, delivering quality ingredients to your door with easy to follow instructions is awesome! You still get to cook, ensuring your food is fresh and yummy, you just don’t have to think all that much about it.
Why did I love Terra’s Kitchen?
Many, many reasons…but I’ll sum up my top 3 here:
1. Quality ingredients:
Terra’s Kitchen believes in sourcing clean, sustainable ingredients that are antibiotic- and hormone-free, as well as non-GMO and organic, when possible. Everything that showed up at my door was equal or better than the Clean & Colorful quality of what I would have purchased at the market myself.
2. Less waste materials:
The vessel sounds weird when you read about it on their site and it is AWESOME when it comes! It’s like a mini fridge and all the ingredients are kept cold with real ice boxes. No funky dry-ice, styrofoam or a ton of cardboard to discard.
After you unload your goods, you just peel off the shipping label to reveal the return label and set it outside your door. They pick it up the next day and viola…you don’t have to cart a ton of waste down to the recycle bin!
3. Healthy, simple recipes:
I had placed my order before I decided to eliminate gluten, most dairy and soy from my diet. When it arrived I was like “nooooooo” I’m going to have to give most of this away. But guess what? I didn’t have to give any of it away! It all fit in my new diet because that’s just how clean the ingredients are. What an awesome relief! They have a range of gluten free, vegetarian, and paleo options. I have absolutely loved everything I have made and see them as new staple recipes in my diet even. How awesome is that?
What did Terra’s Kitchen send me to cook?
This was literally the best part. Check out how awesome the recipe cards are? I made that Strawberry Balsamic Chicken which had me bust out my George Foreman Grill from a decade ago, it was awesome! I made the Steak Fajita Rice Bowls over the weekend. I’ve never cooked skirt steak before, mostly because I don’t eat much red meat. But skirt steak will be my new “go-to” when I do. It was so simple to prepare and OMG delicious! I made the Sweet Potato Tacos for a few girlfriends and we watched the debate. I just whipped up the Turkey Meatballs for lunch and I seriously did not know meatballs could be that easy to make. And trust me, they are delicious.
How can you try Terra’s Kitchen? (discount alert!)
You should definitely try out Terra’s Kitchen. Even if you don’t think you need a meal delivery service, give it a shot just to get the exposure to the amazing quality and new recipes to get yourself out of a dietary rut. I got 4 meals for about $100. Each meal was supposed to be two servings, but were all 3 servings. That, in my opinion, is a deal. And even better, they will give you $30 off your first order if you use the discount code: “THOWES30.”
Have you tried a meal kit delivery service in the past? What did you think?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Terra’s Kitchen. The opinions and text are all mine.