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By Alison Chew
Reviewed by Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN
EveryPlate is “America’s Best Value Meal Kit” with servings priced at $4.99 each everyone can bring convenient and tasty meals to their dinner table each week. How are they able to keep costs so low? They do this by using less packaging and fewer ingredients for each recipe. The result is simple, tasty meals for the whole family. EveryPlate’s aim is to make making dinner easier, not to make you a chef (though you will pick up plenty of cooking tips and tricks), and to help you create family-friendly meals every week. Get 50% OFF >>
What We Like
Simple, family-friendly meal kits
What We Don’t Like
Would love more complex flavors and recipes
Shipping is an additional $8.99/week
We’ve tried EveryPlate several times now and have come to appreciate this meal kit service for the simplicity of the packaging, recipes, and ingredients. Get 50% OFF >>
EveryPlate Unboxing by MealFinds
When your EveryPlate box arrives you can put all of your meal kits in the refrigerator. The boxes and separators are 100% curbside recyclable. The gel ice packs should be emptied into the trash before recycling the outside plastic at a store that accepts #4 plastic (like plastic shopping bags). To recycle the box liners cut the top off the plastic film, dispose of the cotton interior in the trash, and recycle the film. The packaging that the ingredients come in, like plastic bags, are plastic and not easily recyclable.
All of our ingredients were fresh upon arrival and lasted throughout the week while we made the recipes. EveryPlate recommends storing all fresh produce, proteins, and dairy in the refrigerator and that meals should be cooked within one week of delivery.
It’s good to note that EveryPlate, like Dinnerly, ships ingredients “loose” (i.e. not packaged together by recipe) so you will have to read through the recipe cards to ensure that all of your ingredients are present and to pull them out of the fridge for each recipe. With this EveryPlate box, we weren’t missing any ingredients, but we did receive an extra package of pasta. Get 50% OFF >>
The recipe cards are easy to follow and do come in your meal kit box. The pictures along with the step-by-step instructions are nice to have and help you visually follow along. One thing that we found missing from the recipe cards was the nutritional estimates for the meal including calories.
If you are using an app like Weight Watchers or Noom to track your meals having this information makes life a lot easier. EveryPlate says that nutritional estimates per serving can be downloaded 5 days before your delivery by clicking on “View complete nutritional info” on each recipe detail page. Get 50% OFF >>
The next recipe that we tried was the Beef Bahn Mi Bowls. These bowls were similar to the Vietnamese Steak Bowls we tried in our first review. This meal was easy to make and we loved the siracha crema and pickled jalapenos, which both added flavor and a nice spice to the dish. The third recipe we made was the Creamy Dijon Chicken. We really loved this mustard-based sauce and potatoes mixed with Italian spices. Get 50% OFF >>
Our favorite EveryPlate meal this week was the Pepper Jack Stuffed Pork Burgers followed in close second by the Vietnamese Steak Bowls. We loved this burger because of the yummy crema and the cheese inside. We also loved the “Southwest Spice” on the potatoes and will be making our potatoes this way in the future.
The Vietnamese Steak Bowls were delicious and super easy to make. We marinated the beef overnight to give it even more flavor and used all of the siracha in the mayo for a nice kick. The third recipe, the French Onion Pork, had a wonderful onion flavor with creamy mashed potatoes. The whole family enjoyed this recipe! Get 50% OFF >>
How much does EveryPlate cost?
EveryPlate meals start at $4.99 per serving, though with a new customer discount you can pay as little as $2.99 per serving.
Serving size options: 2 or 4 people
Recipe selections per week: 3, 4, or 5 recipes per week
Recipe choices: 14+ recipe choices + protein pack addon
Dietary options: Regular and Vegetarian
2 people/4 recipes are $4.99 per person per meal
4 people/3 recipes are $4.99 per person per meal
Premium Meals: Additional $3.99 per serving
Ships to: Delivery to most of the continental United States
The weekly EveryPlate menu consists of 13 recipe choices with 2 Premium Meals, 2-3 Veggie Meals, and 2 Protein Packs in the mix. Premium meals consist of higher-quality ingredients and cost more than regular meals. See a sample weekly menu below. Get 50% OFF >>
EveryPlate Reviews: Bottom Line
EveryPlate truly is “America’s Best Value Meal Kit” with servings priced at $4.99, everyone can bring convenient, home-style meals to their dinner table each week. By using less packaging and fewer ingredients for each recipe they are able to offer meal kits with quality ingredients at a lower price. It’s a win-win!
In addition to helping you save money, EveryPlate sends pre-portioned ingredients to cut back on food waste and each recipe can be made in 6 steps saving you time planning, prepping, and cooking. Leaving more time for your family!
And while shipping is extra and compared to other meal kits the recipes aren’t as complex, you can’t beat the value and convenience that EveryPlate brings to your wallet and your kitchen.
Would we order again? We would order EveryPlate again for the ease of recipes, simplicity of meals, and low cost when the menu is appealing. With only 3 people eating we had plenty of food and for the cost and convenience, you can’t beat it. Our family loves global flavors and we like to try more complicated recipes from time to time so for us, we will order from EveryPlate when the menu is interesting and will keep them in our meal kit rotation. Get 50% OFF >>
This post has been reviewed and approved by our dietitian Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN, LDN for nutritional accuracy.
Rebecca Housh is a registered dietitian based in Chicago, IL. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois in Chicago. Rebecca is passionate about the idea of food as medicine in both preventative and therapeutic care. Her current professional interests lie in food security, food access, and nutrition for chronic disease.
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