Forget Healthy: These Meal Deliveries Bring the Junk Food We LOVE!

Last Updated: Dec - 03 - 2020

Meal kit delivery services often spend a lot of time telling us how healthy and fat-free their food is. The problem is, we sometimes want something that’s unapologetically fried, seasoned and thoroughly dipped in delicious sauce. We’re done apologizing for our eating habits, because we’re hungry, and this is quite possibly the best junk food you will ever eat!

We tested 3 of today’s best meal delivery services to find out once and for all, who has the best junk food!

Sun Basket: The Ultimate Asian Take-Out, Taken In!

Glass noodle bowls with spicy yuba and stir-fried vegetables

Nutritional Facts:

420 Calories/serving

49g Carbohydrates

21g Protein

17g Fat

 

Sun Basket’s Glass noodle bowls with spicy yuba and stir-fried vegetables is one of my favorite Asian dishes because it captures what I absolutely love about Asian cuisine: It’s spicy, surprising and incredibly crunchy in every bite. The best part? It’s just like take-out, but It’s absolutely healthy. Plus, since it Sun Basket we’re talking about, you’re getting organic ingredients that you can just taste how nutritious they are.

Home Chef: The Ultimate Burger Experience

Jalapeño Popper Burger

Nutritional Facts:

1026 Calories/serving

44g Protein

77g Carbohydrates

59g Fat

 

Home Chef’s Jalapeño Popper Burger is a joy to look at, and an even bigger joy to eat. It’s big, it’s juicy, and the French fries are a step above anything else you can find. The combination of flavors is masterfully done here and puts the very best fast food restaurants to task. It was also the Customer Burger Showdown winner, so you know this burger has an actual nation-wide following!

HelloFresh: Your Own Authentic Tex-Mex Restaurant, Right at Home!

Pineapple Poblano Beef Tacos

Nutritional Facts:

740 Calories/serving

63g Carbohydrates

31g Protein

37g Fat

 

HelloFresh is standing out here with an obvious nod to one of my personal favorites: Mexican-style fast foods. I don’t know if it’s the spices, the fresh vegetables or wonderful presentation that makes this dish an absolute winner for me, but one things for certain – this is, without a doubt, one of the best Tex-Mex dishes I’ve had in a while, and I’m still trying to wrap my head around the fact that I made it all by myself, right here at home, and it took me exactly 20 minutes to prepare.

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