Dinnerly is the meal kit delivery service perfect for anyone looking for simple and affordable dinner options.
Here’s how it works: Select a delivery day and your recipes. Dinnerly delivers the fresh ingredients in an insulated box directly to your doorstep. Follow the simple recipes to cook and enjoy your meal.
There are two different plans available: two-person box or a family box. The two-person box offers two adult-sized portions, whereas the family box offers four portions. Each box allows you to select three, four or five meals per week. You also have the option to make the meals vegetarian. Meals start at $4.49 per person. Shipping costs $8.99.
Menus change weekly to highlight the freshest, most seasonal ingredients. Expect to see dishes like beef and green bean stir fry, brown butter and corn ravioli, skinny grilled chicken fajitas, baked rigatoni and cheesy sausage and pepper burgers. Recipes include about six ingredients or less.
To help cut down on costs, Dinnerly uses digital recipe cards instead of paper. Recipes include fewer ingredients, which means less packaging.
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