Dinnerly is a spin-off of the more foodie-focused Marley Spoon meal kit service that aims to provide customers with the time-saving convenience of a meal kit but at an affordable price. It cuts a few corners - no recipe cards, no marketing campaigns, limited ingredients - in order to keep costs at about half of what other meal kit companies typically charge. For those who don't have the time and energy for meal planning, shopping and spending an hour at the stove, and who don't have the budget to spend the typical $10 per serving. At only $4.49 per serving, it's Dinnerly to the rescue.
But are the meals as delicious as they are budget-friendly?
Is Dinnerly cost-effective?
The portion sizes that Dinnerly sends are definitely bigger than the portion sizes that we tend to eat, which means that the four-person box can feed six of us.
So, if you got a Dinnerly box as an alternative to takeout or fast food, it saving you money. And you are likely to be healthier.
Is Dinnerly organic?
In the boxes I've received, there have been multiple organic ingredients (including organic ground beef), but the boxes are not 100% organic.
Where does Dinnerly deliver?
Dinnerly delivers almost everywhere in the U.S.!
The only places they don't cover are Montana, the Dakotas, Wyoming, New Mexico and also most of Arizona.
What We Like
- Cheapest meal kit around
- Prep work is fast and easy
What We Don't Like
- Recipes are basic and not very flavorful
- No recipe cards included
- No options for restricted diets such as vegan, keto and paleo
- Shipping isn't free