Some delivery services send ready-to-eat meals, while others send ingredients and recipe cards for meals you have to prep yourself.
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Whether you’re a newbie to the paleo diet or a dedicated devotee, it can be challenging to follow the eating plan’s rigid rules. Not only are you advised to steer clear of all processed foods, dairy, added sugars, and grains — all with the aim of eating like our caveman ancestors — but ideally, you should be eating
, grass-fed, free-range meats, and sustainably raised seafood.
meal delivery services come in. They take the guesswork out of it, do the grocery shopping detective work for you, and answer the age-old question of “What’s for dinner?”
Factors to Consider When Choosing a Paleo Diet Meal Delivery Service
Meals vs. Meal Kits Some delivery services send ready-to-eat meals that you simply have to warm up, while others send ingredients and recipe cards for meals you have to prepare yourself. Those who don’t want to cook and clean up will appreciate pre-made meals, while those who enjoy cooking and want the freshest food possible may want to consider a meal kit.
Most meal delivery services require you to sign up for a subscription. While all the services listed here are easy to pause and cancel, you do have to remember to do so.
While these delivery services are undoubtedly convenient, they can be expensive, especially when shipping charges are figured in.
Meal deliveries are delivered to your home in boxes with ice packs. Some are biodegradable, reusable, or recyclable. If conservation is important to you, be sure to check.
Here are our picks for the best paleo diet meal delivery services.
is known for its organic ingredients and its commitment to sourcing GMO-free produce, sustainably raised seafood, and meats and poultry with no growth hormones or antibiotics, but it’s celebrated for its fresh and tasty meals. With perfectly measured ingredients, pre-prepped produce, and premade sauces, the meals are easy and relatively quick (30 minutes) to make. Recent paleo dinner options included shrimp scampi with grain-free fettuccine and brussels sprouts and paprika-cumin chicken with shaved squash and carrot salad and a side of cauliflower “rice.
How it works:
signing up for a subscription
, you’ll be sent a weekly (Monday through Friday), bi-weekly, or monthly delivery of either three dinners for two people or two dinners for four. You can skip a week or cancel your subscription at anytime.
$14.99 per meal, plus $9 shipping,
was founded in 2012 by two brothers with the noble mission to “help people change their lives through food.” The ready-to-eat meal delivery service aims to do that by cooking up strict paleo meals that are free of gluten, dairy, and soy with antibiotic and hormone-free pasture-raised meats, cage-free eggs, and fresh veggies. In addition to paleo meals, Kettle Bell also offers meals designed to help you improve muscle mass or endurance or lose fat, as well as vegetarian options. Recent paleo meals included bison beef sliders with homemade fries and chicken carbonara over squash noodles.
How it works:
You can order a la carte meals or meal plans to be delivered to a pick up location, which includes many gyms across the country. For home delivery, you’ll
sign up for a subscription
that can be paused or canceled at anytime. Depending on your location, orders are delivered either Sunday or Monday and Wednesday or Thursday.
$11.95 to $13.95 plus shipping (shipping charges vary by location),
This ready-to-eat meal delivery
service gets its name from the theory that 75 percent of fitness results stem from what people eat. The paleo meals were developed with doctors, nutritionists, trainers, and chefs to improve overall health and athletic performance. The meals are delivered fresh and only need to be reheated by you, most can be frozen (save for green salads) to be eaten at a later date. In addition to meals for lunch and dinner, you can also order paleo-compliant breakfasts. You can choose from options like butternut squash lasagna, paleo teriyaki salmon, and honey rosemary chicken.
How it works:
Sign up for a
Factor 75 subscription
and choose from a weekly delivery on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday of four, six, eight, 12, or 18 individual meals. You can skip a week or cancel your subscription at anytime.
Four meals for $60/week, six meals for $77/week, eight meals for $99/week, 12 meals for $138/week, or 18 meals for $198/week,
When you’re following a paleo diet, it’s all too easy to get bored with your meal choices. Chef Pete of
gets that, which is why he creates 10 different ready-to-eat meals each week, using seasonal, organic ingredients, presented in a variety of tasty and healthy ways. All produce is organically grown and non-GMO, meat is grass-fed and pastured, and there’s zero gluten, dairy, or soy. When ordering, you can request extra sides or double protein. Recent meals included grandma’s carnitas and fresh pico de gallo with pineapple, and sweet potato wedges and curry braised pork cheeks with roasted butternut and chives, and roasted cabbage.
How it works:
Order by Monday to receive meals by Friday. You can order five, 10, or 14 meals or a family plan (4 servings of five meals). You can
sign up for weekly or biweekly subscriptions
Five meals for $123, 10 meals for $189, 14 meals for $249, or family plan for $324,
When you’re too busy to hit your local farmer’s market or gourmet grocery,
is more than happy to do the work for you. It aspires to offer healthy and delicious meals crafted from seasonal and organic produce, hormone-free meats, and sustainable sourced seafood all curated from what it says are “ the country’s top farmers, ranchers and seafood purveyors.” The recipes come with make-ahead suggestions for easy meal planning and prepping and you can double your orders for nights when you’re having guests.
In addition to offering paleo meals, Sun Basket has a diabetes-friendly meal plan that was created in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association and meals certified by the American Heart Association. Recent meals included Italian sausages with stone fruit mostarda and sautéed greens and sweet and spicy chicken meatballs with blueberry-pecan salad.
How it works
signing up for a subscription
, you’ll be sent a weekly delivery Monday through Thursday of three meals for two or four people. You can skip a week or cancel your subscription at anytime.
$11.99 per serving,
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