Though small packages are rumored to contain good things, they mostly contain bad things, such as wedding rings, baby rattlesnakes, and wedding rings made from a baby rattlesnake biting its own tail. Receive a sizable package chock-full of delicious cuisine with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a $70 gift card to MagicKitchen.com. The gift card can be applied to all products and delivery costs to locations in the U.S. (starting at $16.95).
Founded in 2005, MagicKitchen.com is a time-saving meal-delivery service that ships healthy, home-style meals directly to doorsteps. Browse the extensive menu before ordering your chosen selections. Main courses serve one to four agape mouths, depending on the dish and the degree of agapeness. Mix and match your favorite main courses, sides, soups, and desserts to create substantial meals, or purchase prepackaged meals for one. Snag two servings of entrees, such as baby clams with linguini marinara ($14.99), deep-dish chicken pot pie ($15.99), and barbecue baby back ribs ($26.99). Other available eats include a four-pack of bad boy shrimp burritos ($28.99) or four servings of filet mignon ($55.99). The culinary artists at MagicKitchen.com also offer meals for those with nearly any special dietary need, including diabetic-friendly, gluten-free, heart-healthy, and vegetarian options.
Every well-balanced meal makes a great partner on a teeter-totter and is made with fresh ingredients and no preservatives, making it an easy weeknight option for busy families, students, and seniors. Keep the healthy entrees frozen for up to 45 days, and when you are ready to feast, simply defrost, heat (for about 15 minutes), and serve—no dishes required. The friendly customer-service team will help you with any questions you may have about ordering and heating your mail-order fare. Click here for answers to frequently asked questions.
- At 152 calories a serving, the pilaf was light and tasted good – Alina Dizik, Wall Street Journal
- MagicKitchen.com hits a home run with a delectable variety of meals that truly taste like you are dining at a high-end restaurant in the comfort of your home or office. Our favorite was definitely the vegetables en croute, which was obviously hand-crafted by a skilled chef. – Gourmet Food PR
A chef prepares each of MagicKitchen.com's meals with fresh ingredients and no preservatives. Each feast serves two–four diners or one teenage gorilla, and reheats easily; diners need only defrost their chosen grub, then heat it for just 15 minutes for a hot, flavorful meal that will still provide time for an evening stroll or keeping watch for the tooth fairy. Pared-down selections sate solo eaters, and those with special diets construct meals that eschew, for example, gluten, carbs, sodium, or sugar.