Sun Basket is a meal delivery subscription that offers all organic, non GMO produce and responsibly sourced meats and seafood. Users have the option to select Paleo, Gluten-free or Vegetarian meal plans with 3 meals per week, 2 or 4 servings each.
I started SunBasket because I desired some variety to my home cooked meals. On average, I cook 5 nights a week, and I wanted some inspiration to mix up my dishes.I chose to try Sun Basket because I get to choose the meals, the total cooking time is always less than 45 minutes, and everything is fresh and delicious. Plus, I can pause the service at any time. Lately, I’ve ordered SunBasket for about 2 weeks out of the month.
When sharing the concept with friends, they ask “Is it enough food?” The meals are usually between 450 and 750 calories per person, so I almost always add to them, especially for my husband. (It’s different for everyone, but as a super active person, I know I need my calories). Easy ways to make the meals more filling including adding runny eggs, grains, spinach, beans or meat. I usually have these staples in my kitchen, which makes it simple to do.
Last night I made an amazing vegetarian soup dish that was super filling and so delicious!
Provençal vegetable-bean soup with pistou
I’ve seen some other bloggers utilize the service and love it as well!
- FannetasticFood – http://www.fannetasticfood.com/back-to-track-yesterdays-eats/
- Well + Good – https://www.wellandgood.com/good-food/healthy-prepared-food-kit-delivery-services/
- Balanced Life Leslie – http://www.balancedlife-leslie.com/why-i-love-sun-basket-meal-delivery/
Here are some photos of the meals I’ve had!
Note that I typically add my own twist to the recipes, so they don’t look exactly as Sun Basket presents them.
Spaghetti with shrimp, fennel, tomatoes, and olives*
*I added chickpeas and a runny egg to this one.
Coriander-crusted tuna Niçoise
Five-spice braised tofu and soba salad with bok choy and mint
Want to try Sun Basket? Click this link and you won’t be let down!