Choose Between Two Options
- $34 for $69 worth of non-vegetarian cook-at-home meals
- $29 for $59 worth of vegetarian cook-at-home meals
HelloFresh delivers premeasured ingredients and step-by-step recipes to create regularly rotating dishes, shipping everything in a chilled box. Meals may include chicken skewers with leek risotto, panko-crusted halibut with wasabi mayo, or vegetable enchiladas. Classic boxes include meat and fish products and make three meals for two ($69), four ($129), or six people ($179). Veggie boxes contain tofu and other nonmeat ingredients to make three meals for two ($59), four ($109), or six ($149). Customers should have salt, pepper, olive oil, butter, and white sugar on hand.
A $1 activation fee is required to redeem your Groupon at HelloFresh.com. The fee will be donated to Feeding America, a national hunger-relief charity.
Check out press mentions and customer testimonials here.
In its effort to source the freshest ingredients from local purveyors and help home cooks assemble quick, nutritious eats, HelloFresh has delivered more than 10 million meals since launching in 2012. Belgian endive, duck breasts, and Himalayan rock salt are just a few examples of the products that HelloFresh pre-measures and ships to patrons in chilled boxes. They also include recipes designed by nutritionists and award-winning chefs that correspond to those ingredients, each of which takes 30 minutes or less and fewer than six steps to prepare. Each meal has a low caloric count per serving, but that doesn't impact the sumptuous taste of dishes such as apricot glazed chicken and pasta with peas, artichokes, lemon, and mint. With HelloFresh's flexible subscriptions, customers choose three of seven recipes each week, which are delivered for free throughout the East Coast and parts of the Midwest.
Beautifully packaged, so incredibly fresh and ready to prepare...A bonus- I learned a few things about cooking and seasoning along the way.Bobbi Brown, Everything Bobbi
All of recipes were extremely easy to follow, and the portions were more than generous.Pittsburgh Post-Gazette