Following a strict diet can definitely be hard AF any old time. But for anyone who, say, has children to take care of or a crazy job or unconventional work hours–or who just *hates* meal prepping–it can feel super stressful to commit to a hardcore eating regimen like the keto diet. (ICYMI, the keto diet has a strict formula that’s heavy in fat and skimpy in carbs.) With keto, making your own meals is sort of a must (at least most of the time), as it’s rare to find classic recipes or takeout-ordered meals that are totally keto-friendly.
But if you’re new to keto or just hate the work of keeping track of what’s in your meals, counting your macros and figuring out what ingredients to use to make them just right can be sort of a pain. There is a solution, though: a keto meal delivery service. Yup, keto food delivery is a real thing and there’s countless options for you to choose from, whether you prefer something you can throw in the microwave or something you can cook yourself without the pain of chopping up your own veggies.
Low-carb meal delivery services can also let you build up a pretty diverse menu, so that you aren’t eating your go-to keto wrap every day. Plus, you don’t have to break the bank if you don’t want to. There are actually plenty of affordable keto meal delivery services out there that offer lots of yummy, budget-friendly options.
The keto meal delivery reviews are in, and you’re going to want to bookmark this list of the best options. Next time you’re feeling overwhelmed (and like you can’t do another damn thing with avocados, lol), try having one of these keto meal kits shipped right to your doorstep.
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Snap Kitchen has tons of variety for all of your keto meal needs. The delivery service works with expert dietitians to build portion-controlled plates that are literally made fresh on the daily. Its products are also totally free of gluten (in case gluten is an issue for you!), antibiotics and added hormones, so you can rest-easy knowing that you’re eating only the highest-quality ingredients. Snap uses a carb guideline of only 30 grams of net carbs per day, which (they claim) helps increase mental clarity, improves your blood sugar, and gives you more energy overall.
How it works:Customize your meal plan by selecting specific meals at the beginning of each week. You can buy your meals in packs of six for $69.99 or 12 for $114.99. If you live in one of the 38 states listed on their site, you can get your meal delivered straight to your home.
Once you receive your box, literally all you have to do is plop the container in the microwave or heat on the stove to warm up your meal. Not feeling one of the dishes? No worries, you’re not tied to any of them. You can swap meals out each week for new ones.
Yep, you guessed it. Fresh N’ Lean products are totally ~fresh~, organic, and prepared by real chefs. The service also changes their menu every week, so you never feel like you’re having the same ol’ meal every day. Also a major plus? Fresh N’ Lean will literally send you breakfast, lunch and dinner, all with zero-prep required. Just reheat and serve, friends.
How it works:You can order a week’s worth of meals or just single servings when you buy from this service. While prices vary, one dish will cost roughly $11.00 per package. If you like what you tried with one dish, you can commit to five days worth of meals for $172 or seven days worth for $240. Considering you’re set for every meal all week long, you just might be able to justify this steep price.
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Okay, so Paleo On The Go isn’t truly keto-specific. That said, there’s still plenty of keto-friendly options available on the site like shrimp pad thai, white chicken chili, chicken soup, and warm bone broth. POTG promises to deliver your order in two days or less, and all you have to do is store your meals in the freezer until you’re ready to put them to good use.
How it works:Order your meal before 4:00 EST Monday through Thursday and before 2:00 EST on Friday and you’ll receive food the very next day. In the ‘Keto Sampler’ you can get seven meals for $125.00, or check out tons of other options that are paleo and Whole-30-approved on the site.
Wondering how to heat things up? The microwave and oven needs vary by each item, but regardless there’s almost no prep involved in these straight-to-your-door meals.
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Sooo again, not keto-specific but still keto-friendly all the same! Pete’s Paleo will deliver tons of meal options to your doorstep prepared by chefs with fresh, seasonal ingredients. If you’ve ever felt like you’re running out of options with keto, Pete’s has so many creative meals that are already fully prepped. Just heat them up and you’re totally good to go.
How it works:If you want meals in bulk, Pete’s has got what you’re looking for. Order meal plans in sizes of 5 for $79.95, 10 for $149, or 14 for $196. Want to have food ready for your whole crew, too? There’s family plans with five meals of four servings each for $280. So yeah, feel free to cross cooking meals and prepping for family dinner off of your checklist.
Okay, so Sun Basket isn’t a keto-specific meal delivery kit, but it is an awesome subscription service that has tons of diet plans to choose from. For keto, you’ll want to select The Carb-Conscious Meal Plan, which features a rotating menu of recipes (which you get to pick out) that clock in with 25 to 35 grams of net carbs or fewer and at least 25 grams of protein per serving. Healthy fats from nuts, avocados, and oils are also built into the mix. But the best part? The protein sources are about as healthy as you can get, from organic eggs to antibiotic- and hormone-free, responsibly-raised meats.
How it works: You choose to receive anywhere from two to four recipes per week for a minimum of two people, with each meal costing about $11 to $12. Conflicted about what you want to try? Let their in-house chef choose for you. (Psst…that’s a great way to find new keto-friendly meals you’re crazy about).
Skip a week, cancel, or change eating plans whenever you want–Sun Basket makes it almost too easy.
“Today I had the Keto Bavarian braised chicken with the warm cabbage salad (so good!) and the paleo Dijon mustard (- incredible) I threw it on top of a bed of kale and an avocado – two things I always have stashed in my kitchen even if I’m not cooking lunches for the week.” Because more greens and avocado is always the right move. A job well done @fittgirlfood! Now we’re curious … what other meal mod tricks are out there? (photo by @fittgirlfood)
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Another meal delivery service that has #options? Territory Foods relies on chefs and nutrition experts to create entrees that check every specific diet plan’s boxes. Their uber-popular Keto Reset eating program centers around plenty of healthy fats and minimal carbs, of course, but also packs in low-carb, keto-friendly veggies for optimal health.
How it works: Territory delivers meals directly to your doorstep. You can choose twice-weekly meals to be delivered on Mondays, Thursdays, or both. Meals begin at $9.95, with separate sides and mains starting at $7.99.
Green Chef offers organic meals that you actually make at home. They also service other dietary needs, so you just need to make sure you order from the keto section (which is also gluten-free).
How it works: Plans vary but usually cost around $12.99 per meal for the keto plan, per the company’s website. You can sign up for a two-person plan that gives you three dinners for two people that’s delivered once a week.
The ingredients for the meals show up, and then you prepare them yourself. (Green Chef swears all meals can be made in 30 minutes or less.) If you’re interested in a meal-delivery service, but still want to see everything that goes into your dishes and level-up your cooking skills, this is probably the meal delivery service for you.
FACTOR is big on grass-fed meats that are free of hormones, GMOs, and antibiotics, and they also use a ton of organic produce, according to their website. This is another one that services all diet types, but offers up keto-friendly meals (just look for the “K” for keto at the bottom of the recipe).
How it works: FACTOR delivers a bunch of different packages, ranging from $60 for four meals a week to $198 for 18 meals a week (basically breakfast, lunch, and dinner for six days).
You have two options with your plan: You can choose your meals each week, or let the company choose them for you based on your tastes and keto preferences. The meals are delivered fresh, not frozen, so all you have to do is heat them up.
Diet-to-Go offers a Keto-Carb 30 plan, which is, as you can probably guess, keto-friendly. They also service other diets. All meals on this particular plan are made to give you only 30 grams or less of carbs a day, and they don’t offer fruit, bread, sugar, or any other conventional carbs on this plan.
How it works:Diet-to-Go will ask you a bunch of questions about the kind of foods you like, and whether you want food delivered five or seven days a week, as well as how many meals you want a day (two vs. three).
For two meals a day for five days (lunch and dinner, plus sides), you’re generally looking at $137.99 per week, or $13.80 a meal. Delivery dates vary depending on where you live, but you can expect to see your meals about three days after you order them.
Provenance Meals doesn’t have a strictly keto meal selection, but they offer plenty of low-carb meals. But it helps if you’re already well-acquainted with keto before you opt for this service, since you’ll have to pick-and-choose which meals are right for your diet. All of their meals are gluten-free, dairy-free, and refined sugar-free. Bonus: They’ve even partnered with a non-profit that focuses on regenerative agriculture, which means 1 percent of each Feel Good Fix meal sale goes to improving farming soil health.
How it works: Provenance Meals delivers on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 6:00 p.m. the night before to noon.
For $68 per day, you can have pre-made breakfast, lunch and dinner delivered to your home or office. There’s no subscription required; you pick how many meals you want and how often each week. If you’re a fan, there’s a membership option that comes with a 10 percent discount on your recurring weekly order.
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Ketoned Bodies calls itself the “first regenerative agriculture meal delivery service,” and the focus is on creating and delivering keto meals in the most eco-friendly way possible. They source their ingredients from farms that practice regenerative agriculture (which is better for the environment), meals are delivered frozen (just heat and enjoy) to cut down on waste, and you can order in bulk to reduce your carbon footprint from delivery.
How it works: Review the menu for a la carte meals ($15.95) or one of the Meal Plan Packages ($150 for 10 meals). Their largest package (84 meals), runs $1,135. Orders have to be received by Friday at noon EST in order to ship the following Monday.
Clean Eatz Kitchen ships everywhere east of Colorado, offering keto meals and other plans, like weight-loss and gluten-free.
How it works: Choose meals from the menu or create your own by mixing and matching from their ingredient list. You can get five heat-and-eat meals for $39.95, and shipping is free. There’s also an option to order bigger portions for families, running at $72.95, if you need more food for more people.
Meals from 518 kitchen are designed and prepared in small batches by chefs in order to maximize the flavor and freshness of each meal. The meals are then flash frozen to preserve them as they make their way to you.
How it works: You can design a lunch and dinner box filled with 14 entrees for $162. To prep your box, choose from options like Chicken Tikka Masala or the Cauli Mac & Cheese. Once you place your order, the meals are delivered nationwide through FedEx overnight shipping.
Perfect for soup lovers, Proper Good makes tasty keto-approved soups in flavors like sweet red pepper & meatball and chicken & mushroom, though their website also says they’ll be launching meals too.
How it works: You can purchase soups individually, or sign up for a subscription program to get a certain flavor or a keto pack delivered to you once a week, or every 2, 4, or 6 weeks. Opting for a subscription package allows you to save 15 percent on each individual soup. You can subscribe for a monthly keto pack of six soups for $39.09.
With Trifecta, you can opt for a weekly delivery of chef-prepared meals made with organic ingredients and designed so that you’re eating no more than 20 grams of carbs a day. The ready-to-eat, macro-balanced meals also average about 35 grams of fat per day and 41 grams of protein.
How it works:Trifecta offers you the option to really personalize your delivery by allowing you to choose how many meals you’d like per day, how many days a week you want meals for, and whether you’d like breakfast included in your delivery. Two meals per day seven days a week comes out to about $209.86.
With Performance Kitchen, you can get fresh, frozen meals inspired by the Mediterranean diet. The meals are made with minimally-processed ingredients, under 500 milligrams of sodium per serving, and less than 4 grams of added sugar.
How it works: You can order keto-friendly meals like cream chicken with bacon or chicken cashew satay a la carte, and if you plan on feeding more than just yourself, you can opt for the ‘multi’ option on each meal, which will provide you with enough food for 2-3 people. Delivery in the Pacific Northwest and California takes one to two business days, but other areas should expect a wait time of two to three weeks.
Though HelloFresh doesn’t have keto options specifically, they do have a category for low-carb meals. You can find the carb-balanced meals under the ‘carb smart’ tag on their website. In your delivery box, you’ll get the ingredients and instructions to prepare the meal yourself, so some cooking is required.
How it works:HelloFresh lets you customize your plan according to how many people you’re feeding and how many recipes you’d like per week. A plan for two people and three recipes per week comes to about $8.99 per serving.