Best meal delivery service for reheating?

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  • #92008 Reply

      I’d like to get a meal delivery that just needs reheated for the days that I am too tired or too busy to make dinner. There is just me and my adult son. I was thinking this would be cheaper than going out to dinner on those days. We aren’t very picky on what we eat. Anyone have any suggestions?

      #92009 Reply

        Just make extra on the nights you do cook and freeze the leftovers and eat those kind of like your own frozen TV dinners. It is only me, so I make enough for about 4 meals and freeze 3 of them after a few days I have a variety of frozen meals for when I don’t feel like cooking.

        #92010 Reply

          Teach your son how to cook and share the cooking duties.

          #92011 Reply

            Sorry about the remarks about your son. Do you have a Chipotle near you?

            They will load your order to overflowing if you ask. I will get the bowl option. Then you go home and divide it in half and save the rest for another meal.

            Great price for two meals.

            #92012 Reply

              Home Chef sells meals in our grocery store. If you did it that way you could get however many you wanted instead of investing in a bunch and setting up a subscription.

              #92013 Reply

                Where do you live? If near me, I would be happy to share with you. I rarely cook, but would like to share with someone when I do.

                #92014 Reply

                  I usually cook once or twice a week and eat the leftovers.

                  I buy frozen things:

                  • Fish
                  • Burritos
                  • Lasagna
                  • Meatballs
                  • Pot pies

                  I buy the large premade salads.

                  1 chicken Ceasar is a meal for me.

                  More like a lunch but I buy more than 1.

                  #92015 Reply

                    We use gobble weekly.

                    It’s not cooked you get all ingredients, prep and cook. They take 20 minutes. It’s nourishing, healthy food and we look forward to those 3 nights instead of eating out. It’s been about a year and we’ve tried so many new things.

                    Explore these too: Does anyone cook a big meal to have for dinner all week?

                    #92016 Reply

                      Buy a Costco rotisserie chicken lasts for days.

                      #92017 Reply

                        I’ve had some good meals from Factor. But if your son is a big eater, he might need a side too.

                        #92018 Reply

                          Days when you feel like cooking…cook double freeze half. Most every time, so you have a variety of meals. These meals can be taken out to defrost when you get up for work. Can be nuked or reheated when you get home.

                          #92019 Reply

                            When I make lasagna, mestloaf, stuffed peppers, etc… I make enough to freeze for the weeknights I just don’t feel like cooking. I buy the cheap throw away bread tins, and fill them, or the 8×8 cake tins. They’re perfect size for 2 people.

                            Also instead of bagged salad I have found that if I cut up my own fresh romaine and store it in a tupperware container in the fridge it stays fresh much longer than bag salad.

                            Just not mixing lettuce varieties helps a lot!

                            Don’t miss: What are your favorite super frugal meals that don’t need an oven?

                            #92020 Reply

                              Perhaps you have a friend or neighbor that would help you out and make a few bucks themselves.

                              #92021 Reply

                                I need the same meal service. Unfortunately I have not been able to find a TV dinner Style meal delivery service, I can afford.

                                #92022 Reply

                                  Activate Foods are brilliant and so healthy. Free delivery over $150 and you order when you want instead of being locked into a reoccurring delivery.

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