What You Need To Know About Martha Stewart's Meal Delivery Service

Renowned celebrity chef Martha Stewart's collaboration with meal delivery company Marley Spoon has led to snazzy meal kits that are easy to prepare, offering you a stress-free way to come up with scrumptious dishes to keep you going through a busy week with ease. The kits are delivered straight to your door, which means you won't be breaking a sweat as you plan the logistics for a good meal with your family after a hectic day (via Real Simple).

As reported by PC Mag, Martha and Marley Spoon first got together in 2016 to offer people access to wholesome meal kits. The service allows its customers to choose from a total of 22 recipes each week, and includes quite a few vegetarian options as well. The Marley Spoon website states that their meal delivery kits offer options designed to accommodate dietary preferences of every kind, including low-carb, healthy eating, kid-friendly, and more. What exactly is in a meal kit from Martha & Marley Spoon? Well, each box contains a combination of high-quality ingredients to work with, separated into dish bags by recipe and coupled with recipe cards that lay out the bag's cooking instructions (via Marley Spoon). All you need is around 30 minutes to prepare a drool-worthy meal for your family.

The meal kit has a variety of options

The Martha & Marley Spoon subscription service is also flexible in the sense that you can easily skip it on certain nights or pause it. As reported by Healthline, the meal delivery service lets you pick between two to six meals per week, and has the option of either two or four portions in each meal. This means you'll be paying from around $6.50 to $10.50 for each serving, coupled with a flat rate shipping fee. Martha & Marley Spoon has you covered for holidays as well. The Kitchn states that the 2020 Thanksgiving spread from the company includes plenty of options for side-dishes, desserts, and appetizers; such as Martha's Creamy Mashed Potatoes & Green Beans, Cream Cheese-Swirled Pumpkin Pie, BBQ Cocktail Meatballs, Thanksgiving Cheesy Sausage Stuffing, and more.

According to Reddit, meals from the service are good, albeit pricey. "I liked it for getting some new recipes that I wouldn't have otherwise tried on my own," user gracie-sit explained. "It's also good for weeks when one of us is away for the week and the other one doesn't want to deal with groceries etc. for one person but still keen to cook. It is expensive though."