These meal delivery services come in handy when you’re in a pinch for dinner. No matter where you are– Capitol Hill, Ballard, Queen Anne, Fremont, or even Downtown– you’ve got incredible options.
Sun Basket focuses on tasting good and doing good. Their organic meal kits feature "clean" produce and proteins, with nutritionist-approved recipes for a range of diets including traditional, Paleo, gluten-free, and vegetarian.
4.75 / 5
HelloFresh is one of the largest meal delivery services, with classic, veggie, and family plans. They also offer 5 meal-per-week plans, so they're a great choice if you love to cook but hate to shop.
4.5 / 5
You'll never play like Jimmy, but now you can cook like Martha with Marley Spoon, delivering delicious weeknight recipes designed and inspired by Martha Stewart straight to your kitchen.
Plated is one of the most flexible meal delivery services, with 2, 3, and 4 serving options and desserts. They offer adventurous recipes that allows cooks of all skill levels to make delicious meals at home.
4 / 5
Choose as many meals per week as you'd like with PeachDish. They deliver fresh ingredients straight from Southern farmers, with a premium Ribbon Series featuring "rare and luxurious" ingredients.
Veestro specializes in plant-based nutritional diets, featuring preservative-free organic ingredients with plenty of vegan and gluten-free options. Order à la carte, or choose a preconfigured one-time "meal pack."
Green Chef is, well, green. They're USDA-certified organic and deliver meal kits brimming with sustainably-sourced ingredients from a stable of respectable producers.
Blue Apron allows you to cook delicious meals at home. Their chefs work directly with farmers to offer fresh, seasonal ingredients at low prices along with great environmental benefits.
3.5 / 5
Purple Carrot is the most well-known vegan, or "plant-based," meal delivery service. Their innovative recipes are tasty, healthy, and environmentally friendly, and their new TB12 plan is endorsed by Tom Brady.