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Raise your hand if you are overwhelmed with the idea of planning your meals for the week, or so busy that you hardly have time to go to the grocery store. We’ve all been there, trust me. As much as I like to plan out healthy meals for me and my family, there are those weeks when all I have time for is raw vegetables and hummus on the run.
Luckily for people like us, food subscription boxes are becoming increasingly popular. Boxes of prepackaged ingredients and directions to cook amazing meals at home. It is a great solution for busy families or single individuals who hate to buy too many ingredients that always end up going bad. The subscriptions come with the perfect amount of everything you will need.
The down side, is that there are so many subscription boxes on the market today. It can be difficult to choose which one will fit your family.
Today, I am sharing my experience with Gobble. Gobble offers a gourmet meal, with one pan, in less than 15 minutes. Their easy 3-step recipes are designed to be between 500-700 calories per person.
Currently, Gobble does not guarantee a full menu that caters to a specific diet. But, each week there are meal options that are dairy-free, nut-free, or gluten-free or can be prepared as dairy-free, nut-free, or gluten-free by withholding certain ingredients that will be packed separately in the dinner kit.
For my first box, I chose the Banh Mi Tofu Bowl, Honey Dijon Chicken and Miso Baked Cod meals. All three turned out better than I expected!
Check out their current weekly menu HERE!
The first recipe I made was the Banh Mi Tofu Bowl. It’s a delicious take on the traditional Vietnamese sandwich. But, instead of serving the ingredients on a bun, they are tossed with vermicelli rice noodles. Delish!!
The next recipe I tried was the Miso Baked Cod. I loved that it was served with a healthy serving of Asian vegetables and brown rice. It’s one meal that is anything but the typical Asian meal. Light, flaky and perfectly portioned.
Last, but definitely not least, I made the Honey Dijon Chicken with Roasted Squash & Horseradish Potato Puree. This recipe is a great option for the non-fish lover in your life. The chicken is smothered in a tangy honey dijon sauce that is to die for. I could live on that stuff! What also surprised me, was that the potatoes were creamy and not grainy or dry. I expected them to taste like instant potatoes from a pouch…luckily, I was wrong!
Not only were all the recipes perfectly seasoned, but incredibly unique! Gobble is a great option for busy individuals, families and anyone looking to try out new flavors. You won’t be disappointed!
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