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Snap Kitchen provide fresh meals straight to people’s homes. Subscribing to a service like this one may reduce time and stress involved in preparing healthful food.

In this article, we discuss what Snap Kitchen is and who may find it useful. We also look into some menu options, as well as potential health benefits and alternatives.

Please note that the writer has not tried this service. All the information is purely research-based.

Snap Kitchen is a weekly service that provides ready-to-eat meals directly to their subscribers’ homes. The company change their menu with the seasons and prioritize high-quality ingredients in their dishes.

They say that all their meals are free from gluten, soy, artificial preservatives, and refined sugars.

A subscriber automatically receives weekly meals unless they opt to skip a week or cancel their subscription. A person can customize their menu each week by picking their meals from more than 30 options.

Each week, the company email the subscriber to remind them to choose their meals for the week. A person needs to change their order more than 4 days before the delivery date.

This service may be useful for people with busy schedules, as it may free up time otherwise spent shopping for and preparing meals.

As Snap Kitchen’s menu is seasonal, this service may not be suitable for people who prefer the same options every week.

Snap Kitchen have a relatively wide menu that includes breakfasts, lunches and dinners, salads and soups, snacks, drinks, and sweets.


Snap Kitchen offer a variety of breakfasts. Each dish has 90–400 calories. Some examples may include:

  • pancakes
  • scrambles
  • overnight oats
  • wraps

Lunch and dinner

Snap Kitchen’s lunch and dinner options each contain 330–740 calories. They are suitable for keto, paleo, pescatarian, Whole30, and milk-free diets, but there are no vegan or vegetarian options.

Some lunch and dinner choices may include:

  • salmon
  • pasta
  • lasagna
  • curry
  • enchiladas

Salads and soups

These each contain 40–390 calories per serving. They are suitable for keto, paleo, vegetarian, Whole30, and milk-free diets. There are currently no vegan options, however.

Some choices may include:

  • low-calorie soup
  • bone broth
  • vegetarian salads
  • salads with meat


Snap Kitchen’s snacks each contain 75–340 calories. They are suitable for keto, paleo, pescatarian, vegan, vegetarian, Whole30, and milk-free diets. Their snack options may include:

  • meat sticks
  • peanut bars
  • nut butters


Snap Kitchen offer a wide range of drinks, each of which has 0–150 calories. Their drinks are suitable for keto, paleo, pescatarian, vegan, vegetarian, Whole30, and milk-free diets. The options may include:

  • cold brew coffee
  • water
  • soft drinks
  • kombucha

Snap Kitchen also have a range of juices. Each contains 50–490 calories.


These are suitable for paleo, pescatarian, vegan, vegetarian, and milk-free diets. Each option contains 140–350 calories per serving. The range may include:

  • blondies
  • brownies
  • chocolate bars
  • peanut butter cups
  • lemon cups

Research suggests that the time the average person in the United States has to prepare food each day decreased from 2 hours in the 1960s to just 58 minutes by 2007.

This indicates that most people have less time to make and plan healthful meals. Research, such as the study above, has linked this with the well-established increase in obesity.

Using a subscription service, such as Snap Kitchen, might help ensure that a person with a busy schedule maintains a healthful, balanced diet — a conclusion reached by a 2019 study of meal kit delivery services.

Maintaining a healthful diet has a diverse range of benefits, especially when combined with regular physical activity. A few of these benefits can include:

  • achieving and maintaining a healthful weight
  • reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke
  • reducing the risk of certain kinds of cancer
  • strengthening the muscles, bones, and joints
  • improving mood and energy levels

Other research indicates that many in the U.S. regularly do not consume the recommended amounts of fruit and vegetables. Having a meal delivery service may help a person meet these goals.

Subscription meal services can be expensive, and there are many more cost-effective ways to maintatin a healthful diet on a busy schedule.

Sitting down once a week to write up a meal plan and a full ingredients list, for example, can reduce trips to the store. A range of free online resources provide healthful recipes that take calories into account. One example is MyPlate. Also, a healthcare provider or nutritionist can offer tailored guidance.

Another cost- and time-effective option involves setting aside time once a week to cook and then to freeze or store batches for meals throughout the week.

For people considering subscription services, the key is to ensure that the choices are healthful and represent a balance among food groups.

Other meal kit delivery services that may be of interest include:

Snap Kitchen is a subscription service that provides ready-to-eat meals. The company say that their dishes are seasonal and contain high-quality ingredients. Each meal is free from gluten, soy, artificial preservatives, and refined sugars.

This service may be helpful for people who have limited time to prepare healthful meals. However, meal subscription plans can be expensive. A person may instead prefer to plan meals weekly and make only one trip to the store. Another option involves cooking in bulk and eating portions throughout the week.