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 my 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. 🙌
But before we get started on how my experience with Sprinly went, here’s some information about the company.
Overview of Sprinly
Here’s some information about Sprinly to help you learn more about the company
What is Sprinly?
Sprinly is a meal delivery company that sends ready-to-eat, never frozen, chef-inspired meals straight to your door every week.
Their mission is to spread health and create happiness by partnering with chefs and nutritionists to provide you with delicious, honestly nutritious meals in the most convenient way through the use of high quality ingredients sourced organically and responsibly.
Sprinly aims to inspire others to live healthier lives while also eating more vegetables.
Each meal comes individually packed so that you can easily grab it and take it to work for lunch or even enjoy it with the whole family for a quick meal.
Every meal is vegan and gluten free from the get go so there’s no need to spicy these dietary restrictions when signing up.
Currently they only ship throughout the East Coast, Midwest, and South but are adding new delivery zones regularly.
- easy to make (little to no prep needed)
- limited menu choices at the moment
- menus rotate so there’s no way to tell when your favorites will pop back into rotation for the week
Past Sprinly Menus
Here are some of the meals that Sprinly has offered for its subscribers to choose from every week:
- pesto pasta
- 8 spice vegetable soup
- bbq jackfruit lettuce wraps
- baked lasagna
- Burmese lemongrass noodles
- zucchini noodle pesto pasta
- chipotle sweet potato hash
- citrus detox salad
- peanut soba noodles
Just to name a few.
How do I sign up for Sprinly?
It’s quite simple to be honest.
First, you enter your email.
Then you choose your meals. Depending on what plan you choose, you can get either 6, 12, or 18 meals every week.
Then you’ll receive your meals delivered fresh and fully prepared.
Once you’re ready to eat, just pop a meal in the microwave and they’re ready in 3 minutes or less. That’s it!
Plus, you can skip a week or cancel at any time with no fees.
How much does Sprinly cost?
Here’s a rundown on how much you should expect to pay when you subscribe to Sprinly.
- $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.
My Sprinly Review
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 the 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.
My thoughts on Sprinly
The reheating instructions and steps were super simple and easy.
5 out of 6 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.
All in all, I do recommend Sprinly as a plant-based, no prep meal option.
Will I order Sprinly 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.
When does Sprinly deliver?
Your meals will arrive on Tuesday or Wednesday via FedEx.
Are Sprinly meals kosher?
No, the meals are not certified kosher.
Can I skip a month or week?
Yes, you can log into your account and choose to skip the upcoming delivery or put your account on pause.
Is there a refund policy?
If, for any reason, you are unsatisfied with your meals, Sprinly will attempt to fix any issues you may have, including providing a credit to you.
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