Home Chef

Home Chef

$39.80

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This weekly meal kit delivery service makes cooking easier, faster, and healthier. Every weekly delivery comes with new 30-minute recipes and fresh, pre-portioned ingredients. When you subscribe, you can choose your preferences, including what you like to eat and what you'd like to omit. (Vegetarian options are available!)

Shipping: Free shipping for orders over $49; $10 shipping otherwise

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    What is Home Chef & how does it work?

  • Home Chef (starting at $9.95 per serving) is a meal kit delivery service that sends you the fresh ingredients and easy-to-follow recipes you need to make home-cooked meals for you and your family.

    Choose to receive breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks as often as once per week. Set preferences and leave it to Home Chef to do the meal planning for you, or choose your recipes yourself from their ever-changing weekly menus. (You can even hand-pick the protein you’d like for select recipes using their Customize It feature.)

    Each box contains the meats, produce, spices, and other ingredients you’ll need to create your week’s recipes. Note that you’ll be expected to supply staple ingredients, such as olive oil, salt, pepper, and water, as well as common cooking tools like simple pots, pans, mixing bowls, a good knife, and utensils like forks and spoons. Most ingredients are pre-portioned, meaning you’ll only receive as much of an ingredient as you need for the recipe. (No leftover ingredients going to waste in your fridge.)

    How much does Home Chef cost?

  • Home Chef’s standard meals start at $9.95 per serving, but their snacks, breakfasts, and lunches run for even less per serving. Choose whether you want a 2- or 4-person plan—orders over $45 get free shipping. Your actual price per week will depend on the number of servings and meals per week in your plan, plus add-ons.

    Get $30 off your first week, no coupon needed, just use this link!

    What kind of food is on the Home Chef menu? Do they have vegetarian options?

  • Home Chef offers a wide variety of familiar and creative flavors in their ever-changing weekly menus. They do always offer vegetarian options, but while you may find vegan, paleo, keto, or gluten-free meals on the menu, they don’t appear consistently.

    Some of the dishes we’ve gotten recently include: Crispy Prosciutto and Mushroom Farfalle with Garlic Bread, French Onion Chicken with Arugula Salad and White Balsamic Vinaigrette, BBQ Sweet Potato Buddha Bowl with Farro and Ranch Dressing, and Ciabatta Tuna Melt

    Note that you can preview all Home Chef recipes before you order them, so you can double-check that the ingredients, calorie counts, and time commitment are to your liking.

    Where can I find this week’s Home Chef menu?

  • See what’s on Home Chef’s menu this week on their Our Menu page.

 

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Got my 2nd box this month, The first box was missing ingredients and the ice pack exploded all over. They told me to just wash the food and it was fine to eat. UM NO! Threw out the box. The next box arrived yesterday at 9AM. It was warm and the ice all melted! Had to throw out that box too. Now I am out a hefty amount of money, and have used zero boxes.
on 5/25/2019
 
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Got Home Chef on a groupon deal, I have used Blue apron for a long time so I though a new company might be fund to try out. Sadly I was hella wrong. They were awful! First box arrived with the meat warm and the gel pack exploded on everything. I emailed them and they literally told me to wash everything off it would be fine. I said no, and called them back. Finally got a manager, sent pictures, and even a video, plus links to how the stuff is toxic when adsorbed into the fresh veggies. They finally agreed to send me out a new box, in two weeks. It was the small fmaily size and not the large, plus it was missing two major ingredients. I won't use them ever again1
on 11/1/2018
 
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Our family subscribes to Home Chef as well as 4 other food subscription services. Home Chef is the best deal for your $$$ in my opinion. Plus.... the meals are the most kid friendly I am discovering.
on 6/26/2017
 
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home chef has a deal on groupon when i tried to use the deal which brought the meals down to 50 dollars for 2 boxes i went to home chef to use and the website said coupon expired i knew it had to be wrong since i just bought it so i called their customer help line spoke to a very un pleasent lady there she gave me the impression that that the company does not like groupon even tho they sell the meal packs there hello fresh great food wonderful customer serivce great food i will go back there they loved groupon and were very happy to walk me threw the process then i tried burgerbox on gilt wonderful seirvce groupon wonder serivce bought a gilt discount gave it to the lady on burger box the code for gilt and she send me the box pleasent happy great food me i love groupon and glit the food boxes are priced high my view but with gilt and groupon i am glad to try them so far i think hello fresh and buger box are the best xoxo dorothy
on 5/3/2017
 
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Wait!! The review below is from my experience with Hello Fresh, not Home Chef! I apologize for the misunderstanding! Home Chef also has some good recipes, but from my experience with 2 different deliveries, the produce isn't always fresh. In the boxes I have received, the yellow bell pepper was bad with mold inside, the cilantro sent for two different recipes was bad and slimy, the shredded carrots were had white slime on them and stuck so bad! So, unfortunately, I won't be ordering from them also. I live the idea of the food delivery boxes, I just need to find the right one!
on 4/30/2017
 
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Wait!! The review below is from my experience with Hello Fresh, not Home Chef! I apologize for the misunderstanding! Home Chef also has some good recipes, but from my experience with 2 different deliveries, the produce isn't always fresh. In the boxes I have received, the yellow bell pepper was bad with mold inside, the cilantro sent for two different recipes was bad and slimy, the shredded carrots were had white slime on them and stuck so bad! So, unfortunately, I won't be ordering from them also. I live the idea of the food delivery boxes, I just need to find the right one!
on 4/30/2017
 
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I loved the recipes with Home Chef, but had problems with delivery. My first box was never delivered and I kept having to go back and forth with customer service (frustrating to say the least!). They did credit me so I could order another box. This one was delivered with no problems, but they charged my PayPal account for $10 even though I had enough credit on my account to cover the entire cost. So, back to customer service I go! No one could see the charges to my PayPal account. After dealing with several people they transferred me to a "billing specialist" who was supposed to contact me. Of course, they never did. I have also repeatedly asked them to close my account after experiencing so many problems, but that hasn't been done either. So, I have $10 on an account I will NEVER use and I have to keep going into the app to "skip" the shipments. The food was really good and I loved the recipes, but with so many other problems I will find another home delivery service to use.
on 4/30/2017
 
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I have tried Blue Apron and Home Chef. After my first meal with BA, I was hooked. I loved the inventiveness of the recipes and feel it makes me a better cook. Home Chef food is "fine" Just fine. I received a box on Friday of a steak dish and two chicken dishes. One of the chicken dishes was basically chicken and an arugula salad. A lot of the reviews of HC like it because it is more akin to a comfort food selection and think that BA is too weird. I can see that. I ate one of the BA meals for breakfast because in Israel, its country of origin, it is a breakfast dish and it made more sense. With HC, my first meal was a steak meal with grains of paradise. Basically Steak Au Poirve. With mashed sweet potatoes and zucchini. Nothing I couldn't make myself. So one steak dish, a chicken and salad dish and Butter Chicken. The butter chicken is a good Indian curry dish but still not very exciting. I didn't learn anything new. Upside to HC- they give you a binder upfront for your recipe and all the food is bundled together. Both better than the presentation for BA. BA is definitely for someone who wants to learn some new cooking techniques. If that's not your thing, then HC would be great.
on 5/30/2016
 
 
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