Goodfood Meal Kit Review & Coupon!
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Goodfood is a Canadian based meal kit weekly delivery service. Enjoy farm fresh ingredients to cook delicious meals, delivered free to your door each week. With Goodfood you will experience unique, original menus and products for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Inside each box you will receive all the raw ingredients you need to cook your meals, with exactly the right pre-portioned ingredients and an easy to follow recipe card with step-by-step instructions. Each of the recipes is created to cater to all cooking levels and styles. Choose the meals that look tasty to you!
Goodfood is also an online grocery store.
What’s in the box: All the raw ingredients you need to cook your chosen meals for the week & simple, step-by-step recipes.
Each week you choose:
- Classic Meals, Easy Prep Meals, Clean15 (Low Carb), Vegetarian Meals, and Family-Style Meals
- how many servings (2 or 4 people eating)
- how many recipes (2, 3, or 4 recipes)
*Cancel or skip a week anytime!*
Prices: Range from $11.20+ per serving
Goodfood Box “Classic Meals, 2 servings & 4 recipes) Review:
Each Goodfood box comes with a “Welcome to the Goodfood Family” booklet. The booklet begins by outlining why they began Goodfood and why they choose that name specifically. They wanted to provide people with good food and help people create meals that are homemade with all fresh ingredients sourced at their peak… only the good stuff. The Goodfood company also emphasizes the importance of empowering its members to develop their cooking skills and help them to create balanced and nutritious meals with ease. The Goodfood difference: farm-fresh, original recipes, flexible deliveries and stress-free meal planning. Learn about the contents of the box and the three meal plans offered by Goodfood. Their focus is on making the world a better place by local sourcing, recyclable packaging, food waste reduction and fueling learning.
Our recipes this week included:
- Broccoli-Almond Naan Pizzas with Bocconcini Pearls and Almond-Topped Green Salad
- Cod Meunière with Tomato, Caper & Lemon Sauce and Sautèed String Beans & Potatoes
- Seared Chicken Topped Salad with Quinoa, Cranberries & Honey-Dijon Vinaigrette
- Tomato & Chickpea Coconut Curry with Wilted Greens & Warm Garlic-Naan Wedges
Recipe #1: Broccoli-Almond Naan Pizzas with Bocconcini Pearls & Almond-Topped Green Salad
Cooking time: 20 minutes
All the ingredients were provided for us to make the meal. The only things we needed from our pantry were the olive oil and salt & pepper as well as the baking equipment.
The instructions were very straight forward. Some chopping, some mixing, some frying then assemble and cook as instructed.
Our meal was only a serving of 2 but we stretched it for our family of 4 with some additional ingredients for the kids.
Add the simple toss salad and we have a delicious meal that the whole family loved!
This meal had a healthy and enjoyable twist to the traditional pizza. Who knew you could put broccoli and almonds on a pizza?! This recipe has opened our eyes to the many different combinations for making our weekly pizzas and flatbread.
Recipe #2: Cod Meunière with Tomato, Caper & Lemon Sauce and Sautèed String Beans & Potatoes (coming soon!)
Cooking Time: 30 minutes
Recipe #3: Seared Chicken Topped Salad with Quinoa, Cranberries & Honey-Dijon Vinaigrette (coming soon!)
Cooking Time: 25 minutes
Recipe #4: Tomato & Chickpea Coconut Curry with Wilted Greens & Warm Garlic-Naan Wedges (coming soon!)
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Verdict: As a family we are always on the lookout for new dinner recipes that the whole family will eat and enjoy. Often when we find delicious looking recipes on the internet, they require a lot of prep time and a variety of ingredients that we don’t have readily available in our pantry. Goodfood has taken those challenges out of the equation by providing us with absolutely all the raw ingredients and spices that we normally would have to go shopping for at the grocery store. Each of our recipes this week is very simple, with no more than six steps and pictures of each step. Even our nine year old will be helping us make dinner all week! I am so thankful for Goodfood box. It has expanded our creativity for dinners and given us some great new ideas to make for future meals.