Fresh n’ Lean delivers healthy prepared meals for various diets, including keto, paleo, and vegan, directly to your door so that you can forget the planning, shopping, meal prep, and calorie-counting and take control of your eating.
Shipping is additional for one-time orders under $85
One-time orders are expensive
Fresh N Lean FAQs
How much do Fresh N Lean meals cost?
The price of Fresh N Lean meals starts at $9.99 with free shipping. The cost of Fresh n’ Lean depends on the meal plan that you select, whether you subscribe or purchase a la carte, as well as the number of meals.
The price per meal when you purchase a la carte is between $13.99 – $14.49.
When you subscribe to a Fresh n’ Lean meal plan, they will send you a box of freshly made meals every Friday. You can choose to receive breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner for either 5 days or 7 days each week.
Below is a breakdown of cost by subscription plan:
Can You Order Fresh N Lean Without A Subscription?
Yes! Entrees on the Fresh n’ Lean A La Carte menu range from $13.99 to $14.49 which is about 40% higher than ordering through the subscription option, but the price of Bulk Items is the same no matter which option you select.
All A La Carte items are based on availability and there is an $85 minimum order that includes free shipping. SHOP NOW >>
Can I select my Fresh N Lean meals?
When you subscribe to Fresh n’ Lean you are able to select your meals for the week and up to 3 ingredients that you would like excluded.
Where does Fresh N Lean deliver?
Fresh N Lean delivers anywhere in the United States. They do not deliver to P.O. Boxes.
When you subscribe to a Fresh n’ Lean meal plan, they will send you a box of freshly made meals every Friday.
How much is Frech N Lean shipping?
Fresh N Lean offers free shipping when you subscribe and on one-time orders of $85+.
How long do Fresh N Lean meals last in the refrigerator?
Meals will stay fresh in the fridge until the date listed on the package, which is around 7-10 days.
Can I Freeze Fresh N Lean Meals?
Yes! You can freeze Fresh N Lean meals, but they recommend that you eat them fresh. If you do choose to freeze your meals, they will keep for 6-8 weeks, and you should let them thaw in the refrigerator for 24-36 hours before eating. SHOP NOW >>
Does Fresh N Lean have Keto meals?
Yes! Fresh N Lean has Keto meals made with low carbs, grass-fed beef, meat with no antibiotics or added hormones, and premium proteins.
Does Fresh N Lean have Paleo meals?
Yes! Fresh N Lean has Paleo meals grass-fed beef, meat with no antibiotics or added hormones, and premium proteins.
Does Fresh N Lean have Whole30 meals?
Yes! Fresh N Lean has Whole30 meals made with grass-fed beef, meat with no antibiotics or added hormones, and premium proteins.
Does Fresh N Lean have Mediterranean meals?
Yes! Fresh N Lean has Mediterranean meals made with organic whole foods, healthy fats, high fiber, and sustainably sourced proteins.
Does Fresh N Lean have Vegan meals?
Yes! Fresh N Lean has both standard vegan meals and low carb vegan meals made with organic vegetables and vegan proteins.
Are Fresh N Lean meals gluten-free?
All Fresh N Lean meals are gluten-free.
Are Fresh N Lean meals dairy-free?
Some Fresh N Lean meals are dairy-free. Meals from the Standard Vegan Meal Plan, Low-Carb Vegan Meal Plan, Paleo Meal Plan, and the Protein+ Meal Plan are all dairy-free.
Can Fresh N Lean accommodate allergies?
During Step 3 of the checkout process, you will be able to select your allergies and the ingredients that you would like excluded. We recommend contacting Fresh n’ Lean directly with any severe allergies. SHOP NOW >>
Fresh N Lean Meals Reviews
Fresh n’ Lean is a healthy prepared meal delivery service. They offer 5 subscription plans, Protein+, Keto, Paleo, Whoel30, Mediterranean, Vegan Standard, and Vegan Low Carb, as well as the ability to order items in Bulk and A La Carte.
All meals include fresh, organic ingredients, made by trained chefs and delivered to your door each week or whenever you choose. Meals are never fried and are nutritionally balanced and packed with protein to help fuel your day.
Fresh n’ Lean meals can be stored in the refrigerator or freezer and heated in the microwave in minutes. SHOP NOW >>
When you receive your delivery place meals in the refrigerator as soon as you can. Meals will stay fresh in the fridge until the date listed on the package, which is around 7-10 days. Fresh n’ Lean does say that you can freeze your meals, but they recommend eating them fresh for the best taste.
If you do choose to freeze your meals, they will keep for 6-8 weeks, and you should let them thaw in the refrigerator for 24-36 hours before eating.
For our Fresh n’ Lean reviews, we received 7 prepared meals from the Protein+ Meal Plan including the Salsa Verde Salmon, Sesame Cage-Free Chicken with Bokchoy, Roasted Chicken Thighs with Sumac and Carrots, Garlic Confit Garbonzo Beans and Shrimp, Eggs White and Turkey Bacon and Asparagus, Scrambled Eggs and Potatoes, and Chicken Scramble and Zucchini.
The Protein+ Meal Plan includes meals that contain high-quality animal protein, organic vegetables, and whole grains. These meals are dairy-free and gluten-free.
More information including macros/nutrients, ingredients, and how each meal tasted is below. SHOP NOW >>
Fresh n’ Lean Meals Reviews: Salsa Verde Sustainable Salmon Casserole With Rice And Beans
This was one of our favorite meals!
The salmon did not dry out in the microwave and we loved the salsa verde seasonings paired with rice, beans, bell peppers, and onions. SHOP NOW >>
Fresh n’ Lean Meals Reviews: Sesame Cage-Free Chicken With Bok Choy
This meal was another one of my favorites.
I loved the juicy protein-packed chicken paired with the sesame and garlic bok choy, broccoli, peppers, and onions. The rice was a nice addition (for someone like me who loves carbs).
A quick, healthy, and filling weekday lunch. SHOP NOW >>
Fresh n’ Lean Meals Reviews: Roasted Chicken Thigh with Sumac Carrots and Chickpeas
The roasted chicken thighs stayed moist in the microwave and had a nice flavor due to all of the warm spices. The chickpeas and carrots were on the firm side, but not unpleasant and definitely better than mushy.
For me, the dish needed a little salt and pepper to bring out all of the flavors. SHOP NOW >>
Fresh n’ Lean Meals Reviews: Garlic Confit With Garbanzo Beans And Sustainable Shrimp
This dish was very tasty. We loved the garlic sauce with tomatoes. The shrimp did not turn rubbery in the microwave which can happen if you overcook them. The chickpeas, like in other dishes, were harder than expected, but still tasted good.
I’d rather have chickpeas that are a little on the hard side than mushy. SHOP NOW >>
Fresh n’ Lean Meals Reviews: Egg Whites with Turkey Bacon and Asparagus
This breakfast was our least favorite of the meals we received.
It was low-calorie, but the dish lacked flavor overall and the texture of the turkey bacon was rubbery. SHOP NOW >>
Fresh n’ Lean Meals Reviews: Scrambled Eggs and Potatoes
Scrambled eggs with potatoes is a simple, classic breakfast. To our surprise, the potatoes, which look like white potatoes, were actually sweet potatoes.
I prefer white potatoes, but understand the health benefits of sweet potatoes and ate them up just the same. SHOP NOW >>
Fresh n’ Lean Meals Reviews: Chicken Scramble with Zucchini
This breakfast was just ok. It was packed with protein, but lacked flavor and was one of our least favorite meals.
Fresh N Lean Meals Reviews: Meal Plans & Menus
Fresh n’ Lean currently offers seven different subscription meal plans including Protein+, Keto, Paleo, Vegan Standard, Whole30, Mediterranean, and Vegan Low Carb.
Meals from each plan are available with a subscription or you can order a la carte. When you order a la carte some meal plans are not available, though.
Fresh n’ Lean meals include locally-grown, organic, whole-food, nutrient-dense ingredients. All meals are free from processed and artificial ingredients, gluten and GMO-free, with a majority of meals free from dairy and soy.
When animal products are used, Fresh n’ Lean only uses antibiotic and hormone-free humanely raised grass-fed meat, free-range poultry, and sustainable fish.
Have an allergy? During Step 3 of the checkout process, you will be able to select your allergies and the ingredients that you would like excluded. We recommend contacting Fresh n’ Lean directly with any severe allergies.
More about each Fresh n’ Lean Meal Plan is below.
PROTEIN+ MEAL PLAN
Includes high-quality animal protein, organic vegetables, and whole grains.
KETO MEAL PLAN
Clean keto meals low on carbs, rich in proteins, and nutritious fat.
PALEO MEAL PLAN
High-quality animal products and organic vegetables. No grains or legumes.
STANDARD VEGAN MEAL PLAN
Rich in plant-based proteins, organic vegetables, and whole grains.
LOW-CARB VEGAN MEAL PLAN
One Standard plant-based meal with grains and one without grains per day.
Fresh n’ Lean delivers on its promise of healthy, prepared meals for various diets free from processed and artificial ingredients. All of our lunches/dinners from the Protein+ menu were tasty with the Salsa Verde Salmon and the Sesame Chicken with Bok Choy standing out as our favorites.
The breakfasts had to be our least favorite as most were too plain and lacked flavor. These fresh, prepared meals all stayed fresh in the refrigerator for a good 7 days and heated up in around 3 minutes in the microwave.
The only drawbacks to Fresh n’ Lean that we could see were in the A La Carte/One-Time Order pricing as it is more expensive than the subscription and free shipping is available on orders $85+.
Compared to other fresh, prepared meals that we have tasted Fresh n’ Lean lunches and dinners are very tasty and can fit into a number of different diets. Priced between $8-$11 per meal, Fresh n’ Lean is in line with most other prepared meal delivery services.
If you are looking for fresh, healthy, and tasty prepared meals for lunch or dinner Fresh n’ Lean could be a good option. SHOP NOW >>
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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