Snap Kitchen is a meal subscription service offering 3, 5, and 7-day plans that reoccur on a weekly basis. Choose from six base plans and select which meals you would like to receive for each day. The base plans include vegetarian, high protein, low carb, balance, whole30, and paleo, and the meals include breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and drinks. In addition, a dietitian recommended section shows meal additions or swaps that fall within your base subscription guidelines for that specific day part. Menus are updated every 4 to 8 weeks.
In addition to the six base plans, Snap Kitchen offers the ability to build your own meal subscription and completely customize your mix of meals. All meal subscriptions are gluten-free and delivered in compostable packaging. In addition, the tray manufacturer donates 25% of profits annually to grassroots social and environmental organizations. Meals are ready-to-eat and can be heated up at Snap Kitchen locations, at home, or at the office. Snap Kitchen currently serves Austin, Dallas–Fort Worth, and Houston in Texas as well as Philadelphia in Pennsylvania.
The pros of Snap Kitchen include:
- An iOS app that makes it easy to manage meal plans week to week
- A calorie options that allows you to customize the number of calories in each day
- An option to build your own subscription if none of the base plans appeal to you
The cons of Snap Kitchen include:
- Only available in select cities in Texas and Pennsylvania
With Snap Kitchen, each day of meals is completely customized by you and committing to health has never been easier. Features include weekly plans, the ability to swap meals and skip weeks, free delivery, and flexibility to cancel anytime. Given the features of this service, Snap Kitchen is ideal for busy people located in Austin, Dallas–Fort Worth, Houston, and Philadelphia who would like healthy, handmade meals delivered to their doorsteps.