Chef’d - Meal Kit Review
Chef’d is a meal kit delivery service designed to allow you to choose à la carte meals or weekly recipes designed by brands like Weight Watchers, Atkins, and New York Times Cooking.
- Ordering feels like buying on Amazon, either buy a kit à la carte or subscribe & save for a discount
- 600+ recipe options available — the most of any meal kit we reviewed
- Meal Kits are designed by celebrity chefs like Top Chef Alums
- Offers meals plans based on diets from Weight Watchers & Atkins
- Portion size felt larger than most kits we reviewed, you won’t feel hungry when you’re done eating.
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Since no subscription is required, you can order individual meals in 2 or 4 portions. They do have subscriptions on meal plans by brands like Atkins, Weight Watchers, and New York Times.
🔥 There are over 600 à la carte options that can be browsed including Breakfast, Dinner, & Dessert. Many of the recipes are created by celebrity chefs.
There is no minimum order, but there is free shipping on orders $40+.
There is up to 10% off a weekly subscription.
Meals range from $9.50 – $21 per serving.
For weekly subscriptions, you can cancel from your account.
First shipment arrives can arrive within 3 days of order.
Standard ingredients. The quality is similar what you would get from a name-brand grocery store.
You will frequently need to chop ingredients.
You’ll want a pan, baking sheet, knife, and other basic items. Nothing fancy needed (like a food processor or lemon zester).
Have some cooking oil, salt, and pepper.
Recipe cards are helpful and easy to follow. They include a list of items to pull out of the pantry, as well as photos of each step.
Around 30-40 minutes depending on the recipe.
💪 Above average (felt satisfied, but not enough for leftovers).
Full nutrition label and list of allergens provided on website, but not on the recipe card.
Usually a pan, baking sheet, knife, cutting board, and bowl.