Chef’s Plate Review July 2018
Chef’s Plate is a subscription service that delivers chef-designed recipes and fresh ingredients each week. There is no subscription or membership fee to join. Their recipes begin at $10.95 per plate for the 2-Person Plan and $9.75 per plate for the Family Plan. A Year of Boxes pays for this subscription.
If you read the blog on a regular basis you will know that I am obsessed with Chef’s Plate. It is a must-have subscription in our house. I can’t even tell you how many amazing meals we’ve had thanks to this box. I honestly can’t say enough about it. It saves me time, money and energy. It’s the perfect way to end a long day. You can cook a meal at home without the added stress because everything is portioned for you and ready to go. Just grab the bag out of the fridge and start cooking. It’s pretty darn awesome.
The Box: Chef’s Plate
- 2 Person Plan = $49.80 weekly for two meals/recipes ($10.95 per plate)
- Family Plan = $78.00 weekly for two meals.recipes ($9.75 per plate)
What You Get: Choose from original recipes created by their culinary team & guest chefs. New recipes are introduced each week and feature land, sea and veggie options. You will receive everything you need to make each recipe. Choose from a two-person plan or family plan.
Ships to: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
Shipping Cost: Delivery is free on all plans with the exception of our 2-person plan with 2 meals per week. There is a $6 delivery charge applied to this plan.
Coupon Code: Use my link to get 3 FREE plates with your first order – CLICK HERE
Here’s a look at the recipes I received this past week:
Oven Fried Halloumi & Mediterranean Couscous
Deliciously-squeaky halloumi cheese comes together with tender couscous and herbaceous pesto in this savoury Italian-style sensation. You’ll roast cherry tomatoes and zucchini, bringing out their best flavour. A drizzle of homemade kale and parsley pesto ties it together on a high note.
Broccoli & Peanut Pad Thai
Channel the flavours of Bangkok in your favourite South Asian stir-fry! Golden-hued rice noodles intertwine with a medley of sautéed broccoli and red bell pepper. A luscious coating of sweet chili peanut sauce brings the signature pad Thai flavour, with a dusting of crushed peanuts for crunch.
Brazilian Fish Moqueca
Transport your senses to Brazil with this steaming bowl of fish moqueca! This exotic number marries a delicious balance of rich coconut broth, spices and fresh herbs served over steamed jasmine rice.
Chef’s Plate Review July 2018 – Final Thoughts
One of the things I like most about Chef’s Plate is that I get to choose my meals each week. It’s something I look forward to doing. I love going through all the new recipes and choosing the ones that suit my diet preferences. They always have at least 2 veggie recipes for me to order (if not three) and they have even added a new option for 15 minutes meals which is awesome. There’s usually 2 to choose from and they are quick and easy to make. Sometimes I will make small substitutions like coconut milk for cream, or vegan cheese for regular cheese, but other than that I can usually make the meals as they come. I absolutely love this subscription. It has made me fall in love with cooking which is something I never thought would happen.
A subscription service that delivers chef-designed recipes and fresh ingredients each week. There is no subscription or membership fee to join.