And here's how I got on...
Each week sees new recipes and seasonal ingredients with easy to follow recipe cards to guide you through each meal. As I'm not a big meat eater, I went for the 3 meal vegetarian box for 2 people. The portion sizes were very generous, and with Boy only sharing one of the meals with me, I had plenty to take into work.
After choosing your box online the week before, deliveries can take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays, daytime and evenings depending on your preference.
My box came Tuesday afternoon ready for an early pre-work dinner. Everything was neatly packed and some ultra smart sheep wool packaging kept chilled items perfectly fresh. All ingredients are sent for the week in exactly the quantities you need, so there's no need to measure anything out.
This meal was by far my favourite and my colleagues were fairly envious to watch me munch away the leftovers, whilst they had their supermarket sandwiches.
Wednesday: Baked tofu with peanut satay sauce and steamed bok choi
Thursday: Stuffed peppers with pistachio and Italian cheese crust
My subscription is on pause for the week as I won't be eating at home as much. Although I'm quite sad that I'll have to be doing my own food shopping. But it's handy to know that you can choose when you want your boxes, as long as you order the Wednesday before each new week.
For the details on all their boxes and subscription services, check out Hello Fresh, they explain it far better!
In summary, a great way of trying out new things and encouraging good fuss free home-cooking.
If you fancy giving it a try yourself, for £20 off your first box use the discount code 6R43MT. (A voucher code is given to all subscribers, and when used gives the referrer £12 off their own boxes - just thought a £20 discount is too good a deal not to share with anyone who wants to give it a go).
Disclaimer: All views and opinions are my own, I paid for my own box.