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“There are about seven keto meals delivered each week (in addition to paleo, low-carb and dairy-free options).”
Best Organic:Fresh n’ Lean
“Built with organic ingredients and free-range, humane animal proteins, the meals typically stick to Mediterranean flavors.”
Best Gluten-Free:Snap Kitchen
“The ingredients are completely gluten-free, no matter what diet plan you choose, and ingredients are responsibly sourced.”
Best for One-Time Orders:Paleo On The Go
“The options don’t rotate weekly, but there are 24 to choose from, most of which are keto twists on familiar favorites.”
Best Frozen:Pete’s Paleo
“Instead of delivering them fresh, these prepared keto meals are delivered frozen—perfect for stockpiling in your freezer.”
Best for Cooks:Green Chef
“Green Chef’s meals don’t take longer than 30 minutes to make and are built on organic ingredients.”
“You can customize your plan with a 1,200-calorie menu for women or with a 1,600-calorie menu for men.”
Most Eco-Friendly:Ketoned Bodies
“The San Antonio-based company uses only grass-fed beef and pasture-raised pork and poultry.”
Best for Foodies:Territory
“The offerings tend to be more high quality and interesting than the usual hunk of protein on a bed of greens.”
Courtesy of Factor
If you want to eat keto but don’t have a second to think about planning, cooking, or even choosing meals, check out Factor. This subscription meal delivery service sends fully-cooked, fresh (not frozen) meals that just need a brief re-heat.
The nutrient-packed meals are made with organic produce and grass-fed meats that are free of hormones, GMOs, and antibiotics. There are about seven keto meals delivered each week (in addition to paleo, low-carb, and dairy-free options), like BBQ brisket pot roast with broccoli and pimento cheese or Argentinian Steak with Chimichurri. Just look for the “K” at the bottom of the recipe to see at a glance if it’s keto or not.
Since it’s a subscription, Factor will send you each week’s meals automatically unless you want to pick them yourself, and you can pause or cancel anytime. You can even turn off the subscription and order on-demand.
Choose from four, six, eight, 12, or 18 meals per week. The price per meal reduces from about $15 to $11 the more meals you get, and shipping is free. The meals come packed in cardboard boxes with gel packs and paper insulation, making recycling easy.
Fresh n’ Lean
Founded in 2010, Fresh n’ Lean got its start when Laureen Asseo, then just 18 years old, was looking for a way to help her dad eat healthier. These days, her Anaheim, California-based company delivers healthy, organic, heat-and-eat meals all across the country.
In addition to keto foods, Fresh n’ Lean offers vegan, paleo, low-carb, and high-protein meals. Options include breakfast, lunch, and dinner, all pre-portioned into one-serving trays so you won’t be tempted to overindulge. Built with organic ingredients and free-range, humane animal proteins, the meals typically stick to Mediterranean flavors, with a few international inspirations from Mexican, Cuban, and South American cuisines.
The menu changes each week, but if you’re on a meal plan you’re not able to select your meals. You can set your preferences, however, so you don’t get a dish with an ingredient you don’t like. But if you want more control over what’s being shipped, it’s best to order a la carte. The meals arrive fresh and chilled (not frozen) on Fridays.
You can order five or seven days’ worth of meals, which include breakfast or lunch, or go the a la carte route if you just want dinners. You can also buy extra trays of cooked proteins and vegetables. Fresh n’ Lean is a subscription service, but you can change, skip, pause, or cancel anytime. The average price per serving is around $13, and shipping is free.
Based in Austin, Texas, Snap Kitchen works directly with dieticians to create several meal plans for a range of dietary needs: low carb, paleo, Whole 30, high protein, vegetarian, and keto, promising to provide no more than 30 net carbs per day and 320 to 560 calories per meal.
Those who live near one of the Snap Kitchen locations in Texas, the South, and parts of the East Coast can sign up for the Local Plan and pop in to get their meals each week for a slightly lower cost per meal than the Direct Ship plan.
Otherwise, if you live east of the Rockies, there’s a good chance you can get your fresh, ready-to-heat meals shipped to you directly. Type in your zip code to find out if Snap Kitchen can deliver to your area. Though it’s a recurring subscription, you can skip or cancel anytime.
You can choose to get either six or 12 meals per week, from breakfast to dessert, which you can select at the beginning of the week. If you don’t want to select solely from the keto plan you can opt for the custom plan, which provides access to the full menu.
Dishes on the keto plan tend to be pretty basic combinations of protein and vegetables (think grilled steak with roasted vegetables in a light vinaigrette). The ingredients are completely gluten-free, no matter what diet plan you choose. And, ingredients are responsibly sourced, though they’re not always organic.
With a subscription, you can get six meals for around $70 or 12 dishes for about $115. Shipping is free.
Paleo On The Go
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Paleo On The Go is experiencing minor delays. This may mean that some orders or subscriptions, particularly those placed on weekends, placed through Paleo On The Go may be shipped 24-48 hours later than expected.
Though this Florida-based company specializes in paleo and anti-inflammatory auto-immune protocol diets (AIP), it features a solid lineup of keto-friendly meals. The options don’t rotate weekly, but there are 24 to choose from, most of which are keto twists on familiar favorites—beef stew, turkey tetrazzini with spaghetti squash, shrimp Pad Thai with veggie noodles. There’s even a Keto Sampler box that features seven meals for around $125.
Paleo On The Go (or POTG as they say on the site), delivers anywhere in the U.S. via FedEx. Place your order and get your frozen, single-serve, ready-to-heat meals in about two days. The meals are sealed in microwave- and oven-safe containers and packed with dry ice in cardboard boxes that are lined with insulation made from recycled plastic instead of Styrofoam.
Many meal delivery companies are subscriptions by default, but not POTG. However, if you do want to subscribe to a meal bundle like the Keto Sampler, you’ll get around 10% off of the first order and about 5% off of every subsequent order. The vegetables used are mostly organic, and the company follows the Environmental Working Group’s Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen guidelines. Each serving costs around $19, and shipping is free.
As the name implies, Pete’s Paleo is dedicated to serving prepared meals to those following the paleo diet.
The menu is seasonal, chef-driven, and a bit more creative than most health-focused, meal delivery services. But the paleo diet isn’t that different than a keto diet, so it’s not a stretch for Pete’s Paleo to offer a special lineup of keto meals, which you’ll find under the Eat What You Love menu. Instead of delivering them fresh, though, the prepared keto meals are delivered frozen and are perfect for stockpiling in your freezer.
Most of the keto meals come in the form of cauliflower rice bowls with a rotating selection of proteins. They’re bundled in sets of three, five, six, and 10 bowls, and the bigger the bundle, the cheaper the cost-per-meal is. In addition to the bowls, there are some special meals like chipotle-braised chicken with swiss chard and roasted cauliflower and grass-fed beef with sautéed garlic spinach and grilled avocado.
For those who like to cook and don’t need a fully-prepared meal every day, you can order packs of cooked vegetable side dishes, making dinnertime that much easier. And the company offers its special bacon by the pound too. The meals are allergen-free and are made with organic, grass-fed, non-GMO ingredients sourced as close to the San Diego-based company as possible.
Each serving costs around $15, and there is a minimum order of five meals. Shipping is free.
Courtesy of Green Chef
While most other keto-friendly meal delivery services send pre-made meals (so you have more time for those gym workouts), Green Chef offers meal kits. If you like to cook but don’t want to plan ahead and shop, this is the service for you.
Green Chef’s meals don’t take longer than 30 minutes to make and are built on organic ingredients. The menu changes every week, with creative options like Malaysian-spiced pork patties and fennel-cumin shrimp that go beyond the usual slabs of meat.
There are several different diet plans to choose from, including plant-based and paleo. But the keto plan is no afterthought, offering seven recipes a week, all of which are bursting with nutritious veggies like cauliflower, kale, mushrooms, cabbage, and broccoli.
Keep in mind this is a subscription-based service, so customers either sign up for a two-person plan with three, two-serving dinners, or a Family Plan that has two, four-serving dinners. Meals are delivered once a week (you pick the day), and the service can be paused or canceled anytime.
Each serving costs around $13 and shipping is around $8 per box.
When you’re trying to lose weight, one of the biggest challenges is portion control. That’s why Diet-to-Go not only offers premade keto-friendly meals, but it also portions them with weight loss in mind. According to the site, customers lose an average of 10 pounds in 30 days.
Headquartered in Virginia, but with commercial kitchens on both the East and West Coasts, Diet-to-Go creates a variety of fresh, ready-to-heat meals each week for a range of diets, including diabetes. Since it’s a subscription service, you’ll first have to answer several questions about the foods you like or don’t like, how many days you want the service to feed you per week (five to seven), and how many meals per day (two or three).
You can customize your plan for a 1,200-calorie menu for women or a 1,600-calorie menu for men. You can select (or skip) your meals each week from the online dashboard, but to cancel you’ll need to email the company.
The menu is set every five weeks, with options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The flavors are straightforward and Mediterranean-inspired, like salmon and leek frittata and chicken parmesan over ratatouille.
Keto meals typically cost around $14 and can be shipped all over the U.S. for a flat fee of around $20. If you live in the Washington, D.C. Metro area, in and around Baltimore, New Jersey, or the greater Los Angeles region, you can pick up your meals from one of more than 200 local pickup spots.
No matter how you slice it, a keto diet is meat-heavy. But studies show eating less meat is better for the environment. What’s a keto-eating, Earth-lover to do? Pay attention to sourcing, for starters. Ketoned Bodies makes that easy to do.
The San Antonio-based company uses only grass-fed beef and pasture-raised pork and poultry. And, it partnered with a nearby ranch that’s committed to regenerative agriculture, which helps protect the land and nurture the soil. The company calls the practice “Eco-Keto.”
There are 20 meals to choose from, and all come frozen and ready to heat and eat, no prep required. The meals are mostly classics and takeout favorites, like meatloaf, Texas chili, fajitas, tikka masala, and beef stir-fry dishes with cauliflower rice. They encourage customers to cut down on their carbon footprint by ordering in bulk.
Order roughly 21 or more meals, and you’ll save about $35. You can sign up for a subscription and save even more. Keep in mind you’ll get the same meals each shipment unless you go online to pick new ones. Each serving is around $15, and shipping is free with orders of roughly 10 or more meals.
As the name implies, Territory Foods is all about feeding local territories. The meals are cooked by independent, local chefs in 13 delivery areas in and around San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, Southern California, Philadelphia, Dallas/Fort Worth, New York City, and Washington, D.C. The meals are delivered fresh, not shipped. It’s kind of like the Uber of meal delivery services.
The company offers around 10 different menus that cater to a multitude of dietary needs, including vegan, vegetarian, Whole 30, keto, and more. The single-serve, heat-and-eat meals come packaged with easy-to-read labels and macros clearly displayed, so it’s easy to keep track of your daily goals. And, they’re all made with responsibly sourced ingredients, including cage-free poultry. The suppliers for each region are even listed on the website.
The meal selection is somewhat limited under the Keto Reset menu, but you can browse the other categories, like Paleo and Low-Carb to find other dishes that can fit your macro requirements. The offerings tend to be more high quality and interesting than the usual hunk of protein on a bed of greens—think avocado Alfredo chicken or Turkish chicken kababs with roasted vegetables.
If you subscribe you’ll save about 5% on the cost of the meals. You can customize your meal plan and even the serving size. A Boost serving is for light eaters, with each being 250 to 400 calories per meal. Standard size is considered “just right for most folks,” with meals in the 400- to 650-calorie range.
The meals aren’t shipped via the mail. Instead, they’re delivered fresh twice a week to participating gyms (with no delivery fee). Or, you can have them delivered to your door for around $8. Keep in mind the delivery window can stretch through the night to the next morning in some areas.
Each serving ranges from about $12 to $14.
It seems every day there’s a new meal delivery company hitting the marketplace, many of which cater to special diets like paleo and low-carb. Since they take the guesswork, as well as the prep work, out of cooking, they’re a boon to anyone trying to eat healthy.
We searched for companies that truly cater to the needs of keto dieters when coming up with this list. We also prioritized those that build their meals on high-quality ingredients. And nobody wants to be frustrated by the ordering process, so we looked for companies with easy-to-navigate websites that are transparent about their pricing, plans, packaging, and shipping. For instance, we chose offerings for one-time orders (Paleo On The Go), as well as subscription options (Snap Kitchen, Fresh N’ Lean, Factor).
The Spruce Eats does not provide medical advice, so before signing up for any of our keto meal delivery recommendations, it’s best to consult with a healthcare professional to make sure it’s a service that fits your dietary wants and/or requirements.