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Best Grocery Delivery Services and Meal Planning Apps for Easy Cooking at Home

food at homeLocked at home? Looking for some inspiration or some real help with your meals and everyday planning for food? No worries, I got you – grocery and food delivery services might be a great solution for you!

During this period while we’re all at home, cooking and planning meals in advance might seem like a tedious task, especially if you have to prepare meals for the entire family or kids as well. You might run out of inspiration or feel a bit lost when it comes to your grocery shopping. How can you make all these more effective so that you can save money, save time and not visit the supermarket every two days and expose yourself and others as well?

I have plenty of solutions! In this post I will talk about the best home delivery services (for cooked meals, recipe boxes and groceries as well), how to plan meals in advance, how to shop for basic supplies for the lockdown the smart way and I’ll even give you some recipe inspiration and cooking courses.

Are you ready? Let’s go!

First of all, let me tell you that we’re lucky enough to live in a time when everything can be done online. You can literally not leave your house and do all your shopping on your smartphone or tablet and even have already cooked meals delivered to your door for the entire week. And trust me, after you do this a couple of times and find the best online services for you, I’m sure you won’t miss wasting time in the supermarket aisles!

In order to make your life easier, it’s best to find the ideal home delivery services for your needs. Below you can find my recommended websites and apps to use for food shopping and delivery meals for both the US and the UK:

1. Home delivery services

guy bringing groceries

I have combined everything you might need in the categories below – from online services that deliver already cooked meals to your door daily, to cooking subscriptions where you get all the ingredients and recipes and then you cook them yourself and also to online grocery shopping delivered to you. Here we go:

1.1. Grocery delivery

grocery online delivery from homeDoing the groceries might be a dreadful and kind of boring activity in your day-to-day life, but now that the coronavirus pandemic is taking place, it has also become a quite dangerous, better-to-be-avoided activity if you can. But no worries, I have a solution for this as well!

There are many online websites or apps that can do the groceries for you, including some well-known supermarket chains. The way it works is the following: you access the app/website, you select all the items you need (let’s say 3 kg of potatoes, 1 shampoo, 500g of frozen meat etc.) and then a courier will go and do the buying for you.

You can pick the best place to order groceries online for you from my list below (including toilet paper delivery!):

U.S.

  • Amazon Fresh – Amazon Fresh and Amazon Pantry are probably the most popular options in the USA. You can buy anything from fresh produce, frozen meats and seafood, dairy products, snacks and even prepared, packed food from countless different brands. They also have a “household” category for cleaning products, cutlery, toilet paper etc. The only downside is that you’ll have to have an Amazon Prime subscription in order to use it.
  • Instacart – This is a free app for both iPhone and Android that you can use to order groceries from local stores and have them delivered to your door, in as little as an hour, but it really depends on the amount of orders they have. You can order from different supermarkets and shops such as Costco, Aldi, Petco, Freshco and more.
  • Thrive Market – This one’s very good if you want to order organic products, such as non-GMO food, organic skincare and cleaning products, health supplements and more. They have a free app for iPhone and Android.
  • Giordano Garden Groceries – Another good alternative if you want to order fruits (including exotic fruits), veggies, nuts, dried fruits and dairy products. The best part is that there’s no minimum delivery amount and they deliver 7 days a week.
  • Boxed – This one’s good if you are planning to order bigger amounts of products, as it’s dedicated to bulk shopping. They deliver all kinds of products from food, cleaning products, toilet paper, board games and more, including organic and vegan items as well.

NOTE: Most of them offer same day delivery, but I advise you check for each website individually, as all of them have different policies during the lockdown when there are many orders.

ordering food online familyU.K.

  • Tesco – Tesco is a well-known supermarket chain that allows online orders as well. You can buy anything you wish here from fresh fruits, veggies, drinks, meats, cleaning supplies and everything in-between. The good thing is that there is no minimum sum for your order and you can also use their phone app to place your order.
  • Asda – Asda is well-known among supermarket chains because it has lower prices than the rest. You can buy everything here from fresh food to frozen food, drinks, cleaning products, pet food, baby supplies, games and more.
  • Sainsbury’s – Same as the above two; they have a very wide range of products from produce to cleaning supplies. The minimum order spend is £25.
  • Waitrose – Same as the above, the only downside is that the minimum order sum is £60, so it’s not recommended for a small order with 2-3 items.
  • Iceland – Iceland was created especially for frozen food. So if you’re looking for frozen meat or veggies, this is the place for you. They don’t exclusively sell frozen food, as you can also find fresh food, drinks or household items here. If your order is £35 or above, you get free delivery, which is a nice bonus.

The reason I included so many options above is because of the slot unavailability in the UK, which I will talk about below.

NOTE: Most UK online grocery shops work on a slot system – you basically select a good time slot for you (let’s say between 2 and 3.PM.) when you’ll have your groceries delivered. The tricky thing now is that, because of the pandemic, all slots fill out extremely quickly, so it’s best to place your orders as early in the morning as possible or just to check the website often to see if there are any available spots for you.

NOTE 2: If you are an extremely vulnerable person in the UK that needs to stay at home, you can register on this list and receive coronavirus support from the government and special slots so you can make your groceries online.

IMPORTANT: If you’re not in the “extremely vulnerable” category, I recommend placing one order per week if you can (and not more), because it’s best for the supermarkets to prioritize those in need, such as the elderly.

1.2. Meals delivery and meal plans

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Are you looking to make your life ten times easier and stop worrying about what you are going to eat completely? Then you’ll be happy to know that there are many websites out there that offer already prepared meals that they deliver to your door! What you’ll have to do is choose from a menu or favorite diet, and you get the already cooked dishes for you. In most cases, the subscriptions are available for 1 or 2 people, but there are some for entire families as well.

The good thing is that you’ll get breakfast, lunch and dinner as well if you want to (and even snacks if that’s your preferred subscription), so you can stop planning your meals completely. Nothing can be easier!

U.S.

  • Freshly – A very good idea if you want everything cooked and delivered to you. Their meals are created by nutritionists and cooked by chefs. It works on a weekly subscription basis starting at US$8/meal and you can choose from 4, 6, 9 or 12 meals per week, each meal being enough for one serving for one person. They have different menus to choose from each week and all meals are delivered at once on your chosen day of the week.
  • Factor 75 – You can either choose your preferred meals or let them create a menu for you according to your preferences. You can choose from 4, 8 or 12 meals per week and have them delivered to your place and you can also add cold-pressed juices to your order. A nice bonus that this platform offers compared to the others is the complimentary 20-minute consult with a registered dietitian once you apply for a subscription!
  • Fresh n Lean – I recommend it if you want your meals delivered but you also want to start following a healthier diet in an easy way. You can choose from different menus depending on your needs (protein+, paleo, plant-based, low carb and keto) and different dishes each week, then you’ll have your meals delivered every Friday. By the way, you can also add individual meals or extra side dishes to your order if you want!
  • Diet-to-Go – A very well-organized platform where everything starts with you taking a quiz mentioning your height, weight, age, gender etc. Then they send you a personalized analysis and a recommended diet. You can then apply for a subscription with your recommended diet and you’ll have all your meals delivered weekly. They now offer no-contact delivery and they have a promo for free delivery in the first two weeks!
  • Yumble Kids – This one’s a very good solution for parents who want their kids’ meals all taken care of with no effort! They use carefully sourced ingredients and your meals will be delivered weekly, you’ll just need to heat them up and you’re good to go. A nice perk is that every box comes with some fun activities and quizzes for the little ones. They also have different plans to choose from, including a Picky Eaters box!

NOTE: Of course, you can also opt for the classic options such as Uber Eats, Seamless or GrubHub but, even though the courier will bring your meals to your door (now with a no-contact policy during the pandemic), keep in mind that you will still have to make a new order every time you want to eat.

The good thing about the subscriptions I am recommending above is that they deliver all your meals for a longer period of time (one entire week, for example). So you basically choose your meals once a week and have everything delivered to you at once. Also, make sure to check if your favorite restaurant has deliveries, such as Pizza Hut or Domino’s Pizza.

food delivery online from home groceries

U.K.

  • Fresh Fitness Food – The best part about this platform is that they collaborate with qualified nutritionists in order to create the best dishes for you. The way it works is you first pick your goal, you have a call with a nutritionist and you select the best meal plan for you, which is delivered to your door daily. I recommend this platform to people looking for a healthy diet.
  • No 1 Food Prep – They use fresh, high-quality ingredients. You can choose your dietary preferences and you’ll receive full meals for the entire day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and you can choose from 3, 7 and 14 day packages. Plus, you can get 15% off with coupon code ‘Safe15’ and for each order placed they will be delivering a freshly cooked meal to an elderly person in the area – a nice bonus!
  • Balance Box – Balance Box offers complete meals for the entire day (breakfast, lunch, dinner and 2 snacks per day) made with seasonal, fresh ingredients. You can choose from a “lighter” plan for 1.200 calories/day or a “market” one for 1.800 calories/day and you can also choose between different diets – classic, vegetarian, pescatarian and vegan.
  • Love Yourself – This is another platform dedicated to healthy meals delivery. You will first choose your preferred diet (balanced, vegetarian, keto, pescatarian, gluten-free, dairy-free etc.) and the length of your subscription – 5 days, 4 weeks, 8 weeks etc. You can also try the trial box which includes 5 meals for one day for 15£ to see if you like it or not!
  • RatatouieThe best advantage of this one is that they offer kids meals as well, all prepared and ready to be delivered to you. They deliver every Thursday or Friday (depending on your location) and you can choose from plans that include baby food, kids food or entire family meals.

1.3. Cooking subscription boxes / Recipe boxes

female preparing meal

In case you’re passionate about cooking or you simply don’t want all your meals to be cooked by someone else, there’s also the option of ordering the so-called “cooking boxes” or “recipe boxes”. What are these? They’re basically boxes filled with everything you’ll need to make certain recipes or entire meal plans for a whole week, for example.

You select what recipes you want to make, then you will get a delivery with all the ingredients you need and instructions on how to make each recipe at home.

Why is this a good idea? Well, if you like cooking but don’t want to spend hours online planning what’s for dinner tonight and then go to the farmers market or supermarket to buy things according to your list, these services have all that covered for you! All of them use high-quality, healthy ingredients and recipes as well! Plus, they’re good if you want to avoid food waste, as you’ll get ingredients that are already portioned exactly for the recipes you’ll make.

Sounds like something you’d be interested in? Here are my recommendations below:

U.S.

  • Hello Fresh – First, you need to choose your preferred diet (meat & veggies, veggie, family-friendly or low calorie), then the number of people (2 or 4) and the number of recipes per week (3, 4 or 5). Each week you can choose from 20 different recipes and you’ll have all the ingredients and instructions delivered at your doorstep. By the way, all the recipes are tested 45 (!) times so you know you’ll have some good results!
  • Home Chef – The same idea as the one above. You can select your favorite recipes from the list and you’ll get fresh, portioned ingredients at home in order to make them. A very nice extra about this platform is that you can use the “Customize It” feature in order to change the recipe (swap ingredients, double up proteins etc).
  • EveryPlate – This is my recommendation if you’re looking for a cheaper alternative that delivers recipes for simple, comforting meals (pasta, pork chops, baked potatoes etc). You can choose from 11 different recipes each week and each recipe takes around 30 minutes to be ready (or less). So if you want some classic dishes that require little effort for a good price, this is your option!
  • Purple Carrot – This one’s a very good idea for vegetarian and vegan meals! They offer different menus such as Quick & Easy, High-Protein, Gluten-Free or Chef’s Choice for dinner, so you’ll have plenty of options. And one of my favorite things is that you can also sort the recipes by cuisine type – Italian, Indian, American and more. Psst, you can also use this coupon code “PURPLE20” for US$20 off your order now!
  • International Meal Kits by Takeout Kit – This one’s for all of you that want to try something new! You can choose your international recipe and you get high quality ingredients and instructions for it. Each recipe is good for 4 people, so it’s a very good idea for entire families. Some recipe examples are Japanese ramen, Indian curry, Vietnamese pho and more.

BONUS: Seligo Experience Kits – I recommend this one if you want to try authentic Italian dishes! You can choose from different pasta recipes such as arrabiata, spaghetti aglio olio, basil pesto fusilli and more and all kits are good for 4 portions. Fun and hassle-free!

By the way, a subscription box can be a great idea to offer as a gift as well! If you’re looking for more online gifts for your friends in self-isolation, I recommend checking out my article about the List of Best Online Gifts to Offer to Your Loved Ones.

U.K.

recipe food box online order food

  • Mindful Chef – This one offers nutritionist-approved recipes and high-quality ingredients, delivered in a weekly box. You can choose from 2 to 5 healthy recipes and you’ll receive everything you need in order to make them at home. By the way, they have a current offer for £10 off your first two orders, so it’s a good solution to try it out!
  • Gousto – They have a big list of simple recipes (more than 40 recipes per week), so it’s a good solution if you don’t want something extremely complicated. The way it works is you choose your recipes (2, 3 or 4 per week) and then you get everything delivered for 2 people or you can choose the “Family Box” good for 2 adults and 2-3 children.
  • Riverford – A good solution if you’re looking for recipe boxes for 2 people, made with seasonal ingredients. They offer many types of recipes such as vegan, vegetarian and family recipes as well. You can also choose their “seasonal boxes” which include a selection of organic veggies or fruits (small, medium or large) or meats, if you only want high-quality staples.
  • Simply Cook – They offer many types of recipes to choose from and most of them only take 15-20 minutes to make. You have to choose your recipes and they’ll send you a box with staples and step-by-step instructions, but you’ll have to add some basic ingredients from your fridge or pantry which won’t be included in the delivery. One nice extra about this platform is they also offer international cuisine recipes. The trial box is just £3 and it includes 4 recipe kits.

BONUS: Wine subscriptions + candy, coffee, beer and more

feet warming at fireplace

Here are some fun alternatives to your basic grocery shopping – subscription boxes for wine, coffee, beer or candy, all delivered to your door monthly (if you’d like to, ofc):

  • Wired for Wine (US) – wide range of wine and champagne;
  • The Bottle Club (UK) – good selection of wine, as well as plenty other alcoholic beverages such as whiskey, vodka, cocktail ingredients and more;
  • Craft Beer Club (US) – beer subscription with craft beers from micro breweries, so it’s a good option if you’re passionate about trying new beers;
  • MicroBarBox Monthly Cocktail Club (UK) – monthly subscription for cocktail lovers; it includes cocktails and gin (or gin only, you choose!);
  • Son of a Barista (US) – for all coffee lovers. You’ll receive a coffee maker with your first order and then you’ll get monthly coffee pod supplies depending on your subscription;
  • Tokyo Treat (worldwide) – Japanese sweets, snacks and drinks coming directly from Japan to your door; they have different ones each month;
  • MexiCrate (worldwide) – Mexican candy, snacks and drinks coming in a box, with different varieties each month;
  • Simplicity Teas (US) – a monthly tea discovery box with different types of tea.

PRO TIP: These can also be very cool gifts for your loved ones that are in lockdown or in general, why not? One of these subscriptions can be a very nice gesture if you’re looking for an efficient gift to offer online. In case you need more inspiration for online gifts, I recommend checking out this article.

2. How to disinfect groceries

The coronavirus pandemic made us all more aware of ourselves, our surrounding and our health. Sanitizing groceries and every other object that gets delivered to your house is an important step of the process which doesn’t have to be omitted, although the chances of contracting coronavirus from groceries or other surfaces is relatively low. But we can’t know for sure, so it’s better to be safe than sorry, right?

Here are some tips and steps to follow:

  • Right after you come back from grocery shopping, wash your hands for 20 seconds;
  • Throw out all disposable packaging and wrapping when possible and deposit the items into your own casseroles, bowls etc.
  • Spray or wipe down groceries covered in plastic with a disinfectant-soaked napkin and don’t forget to wear gloves to protect your hands;
  • Make sure you wash your hands before and after touching every item;
  • Don’t wash produce with soap, as it’s not safe for consuming. Wash them with cool water instead;
  • Wash your hands for 20 seconds at the end of the procedure as well.

If you want to see how to properly disinfect your groceries once they arrive at your place, I recommend checking out the video above; I used the techniques recommended by this doctor for all my groceries and, even though it takes some time, I think it is worth it, at least for my piece of mind!

3. How to plan meals in advance

frozen food

What is meal planning? Meal planning is the actual habit of planning your meals in advance. For example, every Sunday you sit down and make a list of all the dishes you want to prepare for the entire following week (or 5 days, for example). Then you make a list with all the ingredients you need for all these dishes and you get cooking. You’ll cook in bigger batches for all meals of the day, so at the end you’ll have ALL meals prepared for your chosen period of time.

This is a very good habit for the pandemic as well, because it will give some structure to your life and you’ll be more organized with your grocery shopping (read: you’ll buy ingredients the smart way and avoid multiple visits to the supermarket per week).

Luckily, there are some online tools that will help you organize your meals, for free or on a subscription basis. How do they work? You basically select your preferred diet and select some preferences as well, then you’ll receive a plan of recipes for the whole week or month, together with the grocery list already made.

Here are some of the most interesting (and healthy!) I have found:

  • Once a Month Meals – The idea behind this program is super cool – the entire goal is to cook meals in advance and then freeze them. You’ll have to apply for a membership and then you’ll receive a customized meal plan for your entire family, which you can then use for your cooking sessions. At the end, just freeze your meals and use them when the time comes. The entire purpose of this is to save you a lot of time and to forget about daily planning for your meals!
  • eMeals – You pick your recipes and create your meal plan. Then, you can do the grocery shopping yourself or they can send the grocery list to your favorite store for online delivery (Walmart etc). Then you cook and enjoy the meals. The service is free to try for the first 14 days and then you’ll pay a monthly fee;
  • Cozi Recipe Box & Dinner Planner – Free to use! This website surfs the web for recipes and connects them directly to your profile. You also have the ability to create online shopping lists from your recipes, as well as add the recipes to your weekly calendar – perfect for meal planning! I think it’s very good for families because you can easily plan your meals this way;
  • $5 Meal Plans – Here you can browse the recipes for free (they have a big database), but if you get a subscription you receive weekly meal plans for affordable dishes curated by the owner of the website. She will email you her meal plan and shopping list every single week for just $5 a month after a full 14-day trial. A nice, personalized way of organizing your meals.

4. List of basic supplies to have in your pantry during the lockdown

You might feel lost when it comes to grocery shopping during the pandemic. I get you, I was feeling the same in the beginning! I wasn’t sure for how long we were going to be stranded in the house so I didn’t know what to buy. The general impulse was to buy as much as you can, something that’s also called panic-buying.

But that’s, of course, not the right approach. The wisest thing to do is to buy the essentials in a large enough number to last you for, let’s say, one month or two. If you don’t buy enough, you can always order more stuff online using the websites I recommended above, so no need to panic-buy.

Okay, but what should I stock up on? – you might ask. To which I respond – non-perishable foods. Non-perishable foods are foods that do not go bad after a short period of time, such as canned food or frozen food. Of course, make sure to also have some fresh produce if you can.

Here are some examples of items that you can stock up on and have in the pantry for everyday cooking:

  • Canned foods (meat, tuna, corn, lentils, beans etc);
  • Frozen food (meat, fish, veggie mixes etc);
  • Entire frozen meals (casseroles, lasagna etc);
  • Whole grains – rice, quinoa, oats etc.;
  • Dried pasta, noodles;
  • Sauces;
  • Dried herbs;
  • Water and other drinks.

If you’re looking for a more complete list of supplies for the coronavirus pandemic, I recommend checking out this one. I have also found this informative video that will teach you how to pick the best products in the supermarket for the pandemic.

PRO TIP: Here’s something that I learned from my mother and that I apply very often now: you can buy bread in bulk (for example 4 loaves of bread) and then freeze the ones you know you won’t consume in the following days. I was a bit skeptical at first, but the taste won’t change, trust me! When you’re ready to eat it, just take it out of the freezer and leave it for a couple of hours; no need to heat it up in order to defrost it. You can also do this with pastry items.

5. Recipe inspiration

people cooking at home

In case you need some recipe inspiration, I got you! You can find tons of awesome websites out there, but here is my list of favorite free websites and blogs from where I get my cooking inspiration:

  • Youtube – of course, my first and most used resource whenever I want to cook something new. Some of my favorite channels include Hot for Food (for plant-based recipes, 100% vegan), Tasty (their videos look so good!) and Jamie Oliver.
  • Pinterest – my second most accessed app when it comes to recipes. Some of the best Pinterest boards that I recommend following are this one for pies and tarts, this one for desserts and this one for all types of simple recipes made with pantry staples.
  • AllRecipes – tons of recipes for everything you might need. You can browse them by type (appetizers, breakfast, lunch etc.) and you can also save your favorites to your homepage;
  • Yummly – huge database of recipes and they have an app as well. You can browse by cuisine as well, which is super nice;
  • Epicurious – same as above, but they have video recipes as well; here you can find 10 recipes for the pandemic, for example;

PRO TIP: If you’re bored with your day-to-day meals and don’t know what else to eat, I recommend having some international cuisine-themed days. Let’s say that you’re going to cook Mexican food on Mondays or Italian on Thursdays! This is a very good way to bring some novelty into your meal planning, to learn some new and exciting recipes and it can also be a nice family activity as well.

6. Cooking courses

cooking courses onlineNow is probably the best time ever to start working on your cooking skills! I have talked more about this subject in my article about 20 Awesome Skills You Can Learn Online During the Lockdown, but I will recommend some very good online resources to help you out with cooking below:

  • Smart Kitchen – a very good online cooking school for all types of levels (beginner, intermediate and advanced) for US$10 per month. They offer 600 cooking exercises that will improve different skills. You can test the service with a free 14-days trial to see if it fits your needs.
  • NonnaLive – an online stream/course during which you will learn how to cook with nonna Giuseppina, a real Italian grandma! You just need to select your desired date in the calendar, make sure you have all the ingredients and you’re good to go!
  • The Chef & The Dish – a great website for private cooking classes from renowned chefs.

You can also find some cooking classes and tutorials on Udemy, on Skillshare or you can try this masterclass by Gordon Ramsay on Masterclass.com. And, as always, Youtube is an endless source of inspiration if you’re looking for interesting recipes!

BONUS: Eating and cooking online with friends

woman cooking

If you really miss going out with your friends for dinner or drinks, I might have a solution for you as well! Why not organize some online group calls during which you eat “together”, chat, drink a glass of wine and just hang around? Or, even better, gather your cooking aficionado friends to have an online cooking session during which you’ll cook the same thing!

I think this is a super nice idea to make the time pass in a pleasant way and to also reconnect with your loved ones. After all, nothing brings people together like food, am I right?

If this sounds like an exciting thing to you, you can always do this via Skype, Zoom, HouseParty or any other video conferencing app you might prefer.

I have also found a virtual wine tasting that you can join for free! You will get to connect with strangers around the world, chat and enjoy some wine. You can join in together with 2 or 3 friends, but if you’re a bigger group, you can contact the host and organize a private session.

BONUS 2: Useful tips to keep in mind

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Being a cooking passionate myself, I just couldn’t let you go without some very useful cooking-related tips and tricks that can be applied anytime, not just during the lockdown:

  • Don’t leave the house without a grocery list – I have made the mistake of not making a complete list before my first big grocery errand after the pandemic hit and let me tell you – I was so anxious the whole time I was in the supermarket, afraid that I won’t buy all the essentials I need, that I ended up hating every minute I was there. Don’t rely on buying whatever stuff you see in the supermarket, but make a complete list beforehand, as you might end up overbuying or missing some important items.
  • Shop in bulk – It’s best to go grocery shopping and buy things that will last you for 2 to 3 weeks ideally;
  • Don’t forget about fresh produce – Try to eat as healthy as possible and don’t forget to buy fresh produce as well, not just canned beans. Your body will thank you for that occasional salad, trust me!
  • Freeze your leftovers –  I always recommend to avoid wasting food as much as you can and, although it might seem easier to just throw away the extra food that you don’t feel like eating anymore, I strongly advise you to freeze it instead. This way, you’ll preserve it for a long time, let’s say for the next time you’re craving an already-prepared meal!
  • Make a fixed eating schedule and stick to it – This will be very good for your health and it will also help you create a routine and avoid the chaos.
  • Stock up on healthy snacks – Make sure you have some healthy snacks around for when you feel snacky. Some good examples are nuts, cheese, dried fruit, raisins, apples, bananas, carrot sticks etc.
  • You can indulge from time to time – It’s not recommended to be too harsh on yourself and on your healthy choices during this time; after all, all of us are craving some chocolate or potato chips from time to time, right? It’s okay to occasionally indulge and treat yourself, as long as you don’t exaggerate!

Conclusion

mother and kids cooking

Phew, that’s it! You have reached the end of my ultimate guide on grocery delivery services as well as food delivery that will make your life ten times easier! In this post I have talked about anything from cooking subscription boxes to meal delivery and grocery delivery, as well as some important tips for disinfecting your groceries, a list of basic supplies for the pandemic and some cooking courses and recipe inspiration as well.

In short, you’ll find everything you need here and more! I really hope you found this post useful, as I did my best to combine all the best resources and tips I have gathered in the last month! 🙂

What other apps and resources would you add to this list? I’m curious to hear your opinions and experiences!

Happy cooking & online shopping,

Romina

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Romina is originally Romanian and a real travel enthusiast. She is a photographer, videographer and writer who likes to help people find out more about traveling.

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