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Meal Time Box Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2016

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Meal Time Box is a subscription service that delivers chef-prepared frozen meals to your door every four weeks. Meal Time’s focus is on providing delicious meals made of wholesome, real food.

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The Subscription Box: Meal Time Box

The Cost: There are five options. You can choose 10 meals in a one-time box for $95, 10 meals on subscription for $85, 20 meals in a one-time box for $175, or 20 meals on subscription for $155. Meal Time Box also just launched a 5 Meal Box one-time, which you can pre-order for $50.

COUPON: Save 15% off your first delivery with code MSA15!

The Products: Chef-prepared frozen meals

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Good to Know: Subscribers call choose to select each meal they would like in their box, or they can save their food preferences and allergies and let the chef surprise them.

Check out the Food Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Meal Time Box to your subscription list or wishlist!


This is the information sheet that came with my family’s package. We let the chef choose our meals, and this is a list of what we received. It also has instructions on how to prepare the meals.


This is the chicken and shallots in its frozen form. The bags are BPA-free and microwave safe. The food stays in the pouch during microwaving.


This dish was my husband’s choice for our frozen dinner night. He said it tasted good. It was definitely better that normal frozen meals. It didn’t quite fill him up, though, and he’s not a big man. The instructions for all dishes say to microwave for 4 minutes and then let it rest for 1 minute. None of the dishes were cooked in that timeframe, but I know that my microwave is on the weak side. This dish took about 8 minutes to prepare.


My younger son chose the roast pork for his meal.


This is the cooked roast pork dinner. It took eight minutes to prepare. My son hated it, but he hates everything. My husband finished it for him, and he liked the pork better than the chicken and shallots!


My older son chose the spicy meatloaf for his meal.


He said it was absolutely delicious! He loved it! He didn’t finish it all, though, which speaks more to the size of the meal than the taste. This was more than enough food for the kids. This took about seven minutes to prepare.meal-time-apr-lemon-pepper-chicken

I chose the lemon pepper chicken.


This is the completed lemon pepper chicken.


I took this picture to show that even after heating for 9 minutes in the microwave, my chicken was still raw in the center. I would have assumed that the chicken would have been cooked before being frozen for food safety issues. I continued cooking this in the microwave for 2 more minutes until the chicken was cooked through. It tasted fine, and definitely better than your typical frozen dinners. It was also surprisingly filling!


The next day my husband had the penne pasta for lunch.


He thought this dish tasted amazing! He loved it! He also thought it was very filling. It took 6 minutes to microwave.


In addition to all our meals, our box came with a bonus dessert for two, these strawberry krispys. They looked really good! I was tempted to try, but I’ve sworn off sugar, so my husband and my older son volunteered to do the taste testing. My son didn’t like it, but he is picky, so I’m not surprised. My husband thought it was really tasty.

Verdict: Meal Time Box is a little more expensive than the frozen meals you typically find at the grocery store, but they taste much better and seem to be much healthier. Just be careful to make sure your chicken and seafood are fully cooked! The cooking times make this a bad option for a family meal – I could have made something from scratch in the time it took me to microwave all these. On the other hand, these would be a quick and easy solution for a single person or to take to work for lunch. I tend to shy away from frozen meals because of all the salt, sugar, and preservatives that they usually have, but this service seems like a reasonably healthy way to go if you are super busy.

Have you tried Meal Time Box? What do you think?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. When they start delivering to FL I’m going to give this one a try!

  2. In regards to microwaving these. I luckily have a microwave that is really consistent so I have had no real issues in regards to that. Just like with microwaving any food, fresh, prepared, or frozen you have to play with it till you figure it out. I am cooking only one at a time so one may have to adjust cooking times when cooking multiple ones at the same time in the microwave. It is WAY better and healthier than a frozen meal and less expensive and time consuming than than finding/getting a decent takeout/delivery meal. Love this sub. Thank you MSA for finding this for me. I get my 2 sub box next Wed after having tried the sample box.

  3. I just tried the 5 meal, (not 10 as stated above), trial box totally based on the review from My Subscription Addiction. I have always followed their lead and they did not disappoint. Meal Time is the perfect answer for me. I live alone and love to cook and love food. But work gets in the way of cooking. So does cost/time/effectiveness when cooking for one. Frozen store bought dinners suck. Logic/time/money leaves me w/ the same meal several nights per week or a huge day of cooking/sealing etc. Not practical for one who lives alone. This is real food, like mine, ready to go. Perfect for me in regards to time and money. Please, do not ever go away.

  4. This seems like the perfect answer for me. The other dinner boxes wouldn’t work for me as I live alone. I ordered the 10 meal box and cannot wait to try. Thanks to MSA and all the work you do vetting these things for us.

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