Sun Basket: What’s For Dinner

This post is sponsored by Sun Basket, but I only promote and work with companies I stand behind 100% and genuinely love. You can read my full disclosure at the bottom of this post.

 

Hello, lovelies! Raise your hand if you love dinner, but never know what to cook…and all the mommas raised their hand! Am I right?? My family started trying out meal delivery services this year because we had gotten into a serious food rut.  I was making the same things over and over again, we were bored and as a result started eating out a lot more.  Not good.  I mean good (I’m a huge fan of eating out;)), but not good for our bank account or waistlines.

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After trying out another meal delivery service that shall not be named, we found Sun Basket and the heavens opened. I mean seriously, I didn’t think I could love food more than I already did…but it turns out it’s possible.

Sun Basket is committed to using organic and sustainable produce, antibiotic-free meat and most importantly, the meals taste AMAZING. I can’t stress that enough, y’all. Almost every night, when we eat dinner, I say, “This is the best meal I’ve ever had.” My husband laughs and shakes his head, knowing I’ll say the same exact thing the next night.

I also love Sun Basket because they offer multiple (not just one or two) meal options per week that are tailored for specific eating plans.  For example, we eat mostly Paleo/Primal meals and we have a bunch of meals to choose from each week that align with our dietary needs.  They also offer Gluten Free, Lean and Clean, Vegan and more.

Lastly, Sun Basket has totally opened my eyes and tastebuds to so many exotic foods I’ve never tried before.  Every week, I eat something I’ve never even heard of and absolutely fall in love with it. As a creature of food-habit I’m so excited about this…even more excited is my husband, who tried for five years to get me to eat Greek food.  Which is now my favorite cuisine, of course. LOL.

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Steak with chimichurri and harissa-roasted sweet potatoes. One of our meals last week!

As I said above, this is a sponsored post, which means I work with Sun Basket, but only because I begged to work with them.  We’ve been loyal customers for months now and I wanted to work with them because I genuinely love this company and their food.  Their meals have changed our dinners for life and now I look forward to eating at home every night which is saying a lot from this restaurant-addicted girl.

If a healthy, organic meal that’s already planned out for you sounds amazing click on the link below! You’ll get $35 off your first order and I promise your life will be changed…or at least your food life and isn’t that the most important one we have?? 😉 Happy eating, y’all!

  $35 off Sun Basket meals!

 

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