April 1, 2023

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So, you’ve decided to try the keto diet. Here’s the thing: Prepping meals that comply with the keto diet can, at times, be a little bit difficult given all of the restrictions. For anyone who, say, has children to take care of, a time-consuming job, or who just *hates* meal prepping, it can be very stressful to commit to a super limited eating regimen like the keto diet.
ICYMI, the keto diet has a strict formula that’s heavy in fat and skimpy in carbs. With keto, making your own meals is sort of a must (at least most of the time), as it’s rare to find takeout that you can trust to be totally keto-compliant. “The simplest form of a keto diet focuses on higher protein and higher fiber,” says dietitian Anita Mirchandani, RD. Of course, there’s a solution to making meals keto-friendly: a keto-friendly meal delivery service.
Yes, keto meal delivery kits are a real thing and there are a bunch of options for you to choose from, whether you prefer a healthy frozen meal you can throw in the microwave or something you can cook yourself without the pain of chopping up your own veggies or portioning out ingredients. Mirchandani herself recommends keto meal delivery services to her clients who have particularly busy lifestyles.

Meal delivery services can also help you diversify your weekly menu, so you aren’t eating steak and steamed veggies every darn day. And no, most of these keto meal delivery services aren’t going to create a major dent in your bank account, either. There are plenty of affordable keto meal delivery services out there that offer budget-friendly options.

See below for the 10 best Women’s Health editor, nutritionist, and dietitian-approved keto meal delivery services in 2022.

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Snap Kitchen has tons of variety for all of your keto meal needs. The delivery service works with expert dietitians to build portion-controlled plates that are literally made fresh on the daily. Snap uses a carb guideline of only 30 grams of net carbs per day, in case you’re keeping track.
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Yep, you guessed it. Fresh N’ Lean products are totally ~fresh~, organic, and prepared by real chefs. The service also changes their menu every week, so you never feel like you’re having the same ol’ meal every day.
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Another meal delivery service that has #options? Territory Foods‘ über-popular Keto Reset eating program centers around plenty of healthy fats and minimal carbs, of course, but also packs in low-carb, keto-friendly veggies for optimal health. Territory delivers meals directly to your doorstep.
You can choose twice-weekly meals to be delivered on Mondays, Thursdays, or both. Meals begin at $9.95, with separate sides and mains starting at $7.99.
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Factor is big on expert-approved ingredients and meals. Mirchandani loves that they’re all about high-quality ingredients, and dietitian Carlie Williams, RDN specifically recommends Factor to her clients who are either fully keto or are just trying to cut carbs.
This is another one that services all diet types, but offers up keto-friendly meals (just look for the “K” for keto at the bottom of the recipe).
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Green Chef offers organic ingredients for meals that you actually make at home, and Mirchandani loves that the high-quality ingredients are all pre-portioned for ultimate ease. You can sign up for a two-person plan that gives you three dinners for two people that’s delivered once a week.
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Loved by tons of Women’s Health editors and our nutritionists alike, Daily Harvest offers tons of veggie-packed frozen meals that are so yummy, you may forget they’re actually healthy. Not everything is keto, but their keto-friendly soups, broccoli rice bowls, pot pies, and almond mylk lattes (just to name a few!) are easily whipped up in the microwave or your blender within minutes.
“It’s so important to include nourishing plants into your day, no matter what diet you’re following, and Daily Harvest makes it easy and delicious,” says nutritionist Jenn LaVardera, RD.

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Sooo again, not keto-specific but still keto-friendly all the same! Paleo fans will love this one. Pete’s Paleo has both individual and family plans. So yeah, feel free to cross “cooking meals” and “prepping for family dinner” off of your checklist.
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For Sun Basket’s keto-specific meals, simply select The Carb-Conscious Meal Plan, which features a rotating menu of recipes (which you get to pick out) that clock in with 25 to 35 grams of net carbs or fewer and at least 25 grams of protein per serving. Healthy fats from nuts, avocados, and oils are also built into the mix. But the best part?
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HelloFresh is one of the most popular meal delivery services out there, and with good reason! But is HelloFresh actually keto-friendly? Well, meals aren’t specifically labeled as keto, but if you and bae are simply trying to cut carbs, they have a whole category dedicated to low-carb meals under the ‘carb smart’ section of the website. In your delivery box, you’ll get the pre-portioned ingredients and instructions to prepare the meal yourself—it’s a great at-home date night idea.
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With Performance Kitchen, you get fresh, frozen meals inspired by the Mediterranean diet. You can order keto-friendly meals like cream chicken with bacon or chicken cashew satay a la carte, and if you plan on feeding more than just yourself, you can opt for the ‘multi’ option on each meal, which will provide you with enough food for 2-3 people.
Note: Delivery in the Pacific Northwest and California takes one to two business days, but other areas should expect a wait time of two to three weeks, so it may require some planning ahead.

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