My experience with Terra’s Kitchen, an easy to use and affordable meal kit! Read below to hear about the meals I ordered, what I had in mind, and how everything turned out.
Life has been HECTIC recently. By hectic, I mean every weekend, I’ve had countless commitments and things to do. For example, I went to Expo West a few weeks ago, last weekend I had a “senior presents” for an organization I’m apart of, and this weekend I’m *hopefully* flying out to Colorado. As someone who is routine oriented and hates stress (don’t we all), this sudden change of pace can cause me anxiety and make me overwhelmed.
My weekends are usually filled with recipe development and hanging out with my friends. These past two months, it’s been plane flights, endless hours in the car, and lots of road rage. So, it’s safe to say that my eating schedule has been off. I’ve found myself in situations where I’ve had no meals prepped, and i’ve been scrambling to create a healthy, easy meal that would satisfy me and taste good. Thankfully, I found Terra’s Kitchen!
Terra’s Kitchen is a fresh meal delivery service specializing in easy, healthy meals for all types of people. Whether you’re paleo, vegan, or vegetarian, you can find something for you. I’m not usually a fan of meal prep services, but when I was sent my box of Terra’s Kitchen, I was blown away! Not only are their meals easy to make, but the packing is way easier to figure out then other services. All the food was pre-cut and portioned out, which made everything go smoothly. Plus, the vessel it came in was incredibly unique and had everything I needed!
For my three meals, I really focused on simple and minimal. While creamy black bean sliders sound AMAZING, I wanted something I could make in under 30 minutes and/or something I could stick in the oven and have cook while I finish up studying.
My first meal was an easy curried chickpea spinach bowl. Not only was this meal delicious, but it was also incredibly easy to make (you’ll notice that as a theme) and delicious! The curry sauce that came with it was the perfect touch and I’ll definitely be recreating it.
Next up, I had the spicy chili-garlic cod with cauliflower pureé. I’ve been super intrigued by cauliflower pureé, so I decided to try it out with this meal. The recipe card says it takes 30 minutes, but in all honestly, it took 20 MAX. My mom, who is not a huge spice fan, loved this dish and she said it was her favorite one. Plus, the sauce was the perfect touch- not too spicy, but just the right amount of flavor.
Lastly, we have the classic terra buddha bowl, which I wanted to try out given my love of buddha bowls. My favorite part about this bowl was hands down the creamy avocado sauce, which added tons of flavor and a nice kick. I omitted the sauce for my mom, who is most likely allergic to avocados, and she said her bowl was still packed with flavor. Even though this dish is vegan, it’s packed full of flavor, given that rice and beans are a complex, plant based protein source.
Like I said, I’m not normally a huge fan of meal prep services, but I am in love with Terra’s Kitchen. IF you want to try out Terra’s Kitchen, which I highly reccomend, you can use my code DANIELLEC35 for $35 off your first order! Happy cooking, friends 🙂
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