Purple Carrot Review! When you’re short on time, don’t compromise on wholesome plant-based meals. Purple Carrot is an entirely plant-based meal service dedicated to providing families with delicious, flavorful, vegan food.
I love to cook. Perhaps this is needless to say, considering I run a food blog and all. But despite my love for the preparation (and eating) of flavor-packed, wholesome, plant-based meals, there are those exhausting days when I can’t imagine chopping even a couple of vegetables to throw in a salad or boiling a pot of noodles to toss with pasta sauce.
With the kids home from school for the next few months, and my partner and I balancing homeschooling while maintaining our own businesses, we are stretched quite thin. And I know we are not alone. During this historical and unprecedented time, I know most of you are scratching your heads wondering how you are going to do it all. We all could use some help.
Most recently I’ve been getting a little help from Purple Carrot. (<<affiliate link)
Purple Carrot Review | What is Purple Carrot?
Purple Carrot is a 100% plant-based meal delivery service. This subscription-based service allows you to pick out delicious and fresh meals online that are shipped right to your door. These meals aren’t frozen or premade but rather the ingredients come pre-measured with a beautiful step-by-step recipe booklet. That means the meals you are getting are as fresh and flavorful as a homecooked meal.
Oh, and the food is INCREDIBLE! ⠀
What Does Purple Carrot Offer?
Purple Carrot has a changing weekly menu that offers fresh and seasonal food from a variety of different cuisines. The menu is always changing so that subscribers do not get bored of eating the same foods. Some of the meals I have tried in the past are Beet Burgers, Creamy Tahini Noodles, Roasted Sweet Potato Bowls, and Madras Style Cauliflower – all of which I found truly delicious.
When filling your cart, Purple Carrot has created a way to filter your meals so that you can make sure to get meals that are:
- Quick & Easy
- or Chef’s Choice
You can also add breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and desserts to any order. No matter which meal plan or a la cart items you choose, you can always be confident that the foods you are eating are made with fresh ingredients that are:
- 100% Plant-Based
And you can taste the difference! Check it out here and get $30 off your first box! with the coupon code DARLINGVEGAN (<<affiliate link)
How does Purple Carrot Work?
Purple Carrot is a subscription-based service. They change their meals out weekly so that members have a variety of fresh meals. You can choose meal plans for families of 2 or 4, customizing your boxes for particular diets. You can also add ala cart items to any box including breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and desserts.
Don’t want a weekly box? No problem! You can easily skip deliveries or cancel your box at any time.
A few days after you place your order a large box will arrive at your doorstep. Inside you’ll find nicely packed meals, premeasured and packaged (with 100% recyclable materials!) as well as a full-color recipe book with the week’s recipes and clear step-by-step instructions (with photos) on how to prepare each meal. Each recipe also offers nutritional info and a full ingredients list so you know exactly what you’re eating.
The whole process, from ordering to eating, is incredibly easy and satisfying.
Where to buy Purple Carrot
Purple Carrot is an exceptional alternative when meal planning and grocery shopping becomes difficult to manage. Staying healthy is so important right now and Purple Carrot is making that possible.
If you are eager to try Purple Carrot yourself, head on over to their website and, pick your plan, fill your cart!
Update: Last week Purple Carrot announced that they will be donating a percentage of all sales to Feeding America from now until the end of May. Do good and get fresh delicious food all at once. It’s a win-win!
Check it out here and get $30 off your first box! with the coupon code DARLINGVEGAN (<<affiliate link)
Want more delivery service options? Check out my Veestro review.
Written by Sarah McMinn