Din Din

Hello loves. So, I am stoked to be sharing some thoughts with you today about something that I absolutely love…..food! Seriously though, I do love food so much and I have partnered with Blue Apron again to share some details on their recent partnership with Whole30. With us working from home, we spend a lot of our meal times inside the walls of our own home, so cooking at home has become something of a necessity and actually something I really enjoy doing. The cleanup from cooking…nah so much, but the actually preparing, cooking, and eating the meal….yes, yes, yes!

So, here’s the scoop. Blue Apron partnered with Whole30 to bring customers, you and I, Whole30 approved meals delivered to your door through the end of February! Now you might be asking, what is Whole30? Well, basically it’s program based around eating whole, nutrient-dense foods, such as: meat, seafood, eggs, lots of fruits and veggies, healthy fats, and some herbs, spices, and seasonings. Whole30 is focused on helping us figure out how the food we eat affects the way we feel and live. With the new year just starting, one of our goals/resolutions/areas of focus (whatever you want to call it) has been to eat more healthy and cook more from our own kitchen. Well, Blue Apron fits right in with that goal. They make it so easy. That is probably what I love most about Blue Apron is how simple and convenient they make the preparing and cooking process, because sometimes the thought of cooking a healthy-balanced meal for my family seems way too complicated and like too much work. With Blue Apron, it is simplified. They send the fresh ingredients right to your door, in the right proportions, with a step-by-step process on how to prepare and cook the meal. Through the end of February you can order two Whole30-approved recipes each week to make your new year reset that much easier to stay on track. No thinking, no planning, no grocery runs.

 Brod and I put on our cooking hats and prepared one of the Blue Apron x Whole30 meals a few nights back and it was so easy to do. I mean I think Brod (outside of grilling on the bbq) has prepared and cooked about two meals in our lives together…oreos and milk…and toast haha! So for Brod to get into it and actually enjoy cooking with me was a big step! The salmon dish we prepared was delicious and we had a good time preparing it as you can see in the pics below. One final thing before I leave you today, I know Blue Apron is constantly adding new dishes and recipes to their menu, so if you are looking to change up your dinner plans or try preparing something new, they are a great place to check out!

I hope you guys enjoyed this post, and if you haven’t tried Blue Apron yet, seriously give it a try and tell me what you think! For the first 100 readers, they’re offering an exclusive $40 off your first two weeks if you sign up here! I would love to hear your feedback and hear about your experiences. Much love to all of you following and I hope each of you have great day!

Thank you to Blue Apron X Whole30 for sponsoring this post.

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