If you are looking for a healthier alternative to eating out while on a vegan or even plant-based diet, then Sprinly is the perfect option for those looking for quick, fresh lunches.
Now I’m going to be honest, I’m not a big fan of plant-based stuff.
Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against it – heck I really loved the Impossible BK Whopper and Impossible breakfast sandwich from Starbucks.
But I stomach usually disagrees with me. 💩
However, I must say, after a week of eating the vegan meals kindly provided to me by Sprinly, that surprisingly wasn’t the case. 🙌
Here’s how my experience with Sprinly went.
Sprinly Review 2021
On a weekly basis, Sprinly delivers organic, vegan, plant-based meals delivered fresh, never frozen.
Just pop them in the microwave for 2-3 minutes (depending on the meal) and it’s ready!
To get started, just choose you meals from their rotating weekly menu, they’ll cook it, and then deliver them to you asap.
It’s so simple.
Here’s a quick unboxing of Sprinly below.
Here’s what meals came this week:
- citrus detox salad with beets and fresh oranges
- baingan bharta with rice and tzatziki
- pasta primavera marinara with gluten free pasta and cashew parm
- almond ginger quinoa bowl with roasted sweet potatoes and sliced apples
- warm whole bean chili with fresh pesto and park spinach salad
- zucchini noodle pad thai with baked tofu
Taste-wise, the meals were pretty good. My favorite was definitely the Pasta Primavera Marina no doubt.
I do love how these meals can be easily stored in the fridge without taking up too much space.
How much does Sprinly cost?
- $109 per week for 6 meals
- $199 per week for 12 meals
- $299 per week for 18 meals
Plus, you get free shipping.
Use the code URBANTASTEBUD to get $50 off 5 weeks.
The reheating instructions and steps were super simple and easy.
5 out of 6 of meals were very tasty and it definitely was a nice change of pace to eat healthy for once.
My only complaint was that one of my meals arrived leaking so I had to toss it even before trying.
Also, price-wise, it’s very expensive averaging almost $17 a meal.
Will I order again?
If I’m looking for plant-based, pre-made meals, and money was no object, then absolutely yes.
But since I don’t follow a strict plant based diet, and the price is on the higher side, I will have to opt for Freshly for the time being.
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