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12 Best Vegan Meal Kits & Vegan Snack Subscription Boxes 2021

Veestro vegan meal delivery

Image via Veestro

Vegan meal delivery services and meal kits can make sticking to a plant-based diet easy and delicious.

Thanks to a variety of innovative vegan meal kits and subscriptions, saying no to animal products (like meat, eggs, dairy products, and all other animal-derived ingredients) doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice flavor or satisfaction. They’ll do more than feed you, they’ll help take the guesswork out of grocery shopping, provide vegan-friendly spins on classic recipes and will introduce your palate to a whole new world of flavors.

We’re shining a spotlight on vegan meal delivery services and vegan meal kits that deliver healthy groceries, prepared meals and snacks directly to your doorstep.

Explore the options on this list to find which vegan meal delivery service best suits your lifestyle.

Vegan Meal Delivery Services

1. Purple Carrot

Purple Carrot

Image from our review!

About the Subscription: Purple Carrot knows that a vegan diet can be fun. Aside from delivering 100% plant-based ingredients via their vegan meal kit, this subscription also offers blind taste tests, surprising samples, chef tips and contests.

Featured recipes range from cozy comfort foods (like buffalo artichoke calzones and spinach artichoke grilled cheese) to fresh, filling soups (like the mouthwatering minted spinach soup with carrots) and salads (like the autumn crunch with red grapes and cashews) Purple Carrot will broaden your vegan repertoire and thrill your tastebuds.

Sign up to receive three meals per week, or skip weeks according to your needs. Need more convincing? Read our latest Purple Carrot review and our Purple Carrot details for more information on subscribing.

Cost: $11.33/meal. Sign up here.

Ships to: The US.

COUPON: Use code CARROT30 to get $30 off your first order!

2. Mosaic Foods

Mosaic frozen plant-based meals.

Image from our review.

About the Subscription: Chefs are behind the recipes at Mosaic. The fresh produce and hearty whole grains used in these delicious meals come from New York’s picturesque Hudson Valley, prepared and cooked by hand. Then meals are flash-frozen and delivered to you.

These high-quality, flavorful, plant-based meals make mealtime a breeze. Gone are the days of waiting in grocery store lines or scrubbing pots and pans after cooking. Mosaic meals can be stored in the freezer for 3+ months, and heated in the microwave for 5 minutes or less.

Free from artificial ingredients and chemical preservatives, recent dishes include golden milk and blackberry oats (what a delectable way to start your day), peanut tofu bowl (complete with tasty coconut peanut sauce you might want to drizzle over everything), and a tangy Thai stir fry.

Each box contains 8 delicious meals ranging between 400-600 calories, meaning they’re as filling as they are enjoyable. All their dishes are vegetarian, and they have a few vegan meals to choose from—or, you can let Mosaic decide which meals you’ll receive.

Want to know more? Read our latest Mosaic review and learn more about the company.

Cost: Starting at $79.92/delivery. Sign up here.

Ships to: Parts of the US. Enter your zip code here to check if they serve your area.

COUPON: Use code MSA30 to get $30 off: $15 off first 2 boxes!

3. Daily Harvest

Daily Harvest

Image from our review.

About the Subscription:Daily Harvest can help you maintain a plant-based diet while on-the-go.

This weekly or monthly healthy food subscription service delivers you pre-portioned food (that’s unrefined, vegan and made with mostly organic ingredients, including superfoods) in convenient travel cups, so you can throw them in your purse, backpack or slip them into the cupholder in your car for easy snacking.

While this vegan meal kit delivery service started out by offering soups and smoothies, they’ve expanded their menu to feature harvest bowls, flatbreads, chia bowls, oat bowls, lattes, ice cream and energy balls.

Recent nutrient-rich options from Daily Harvest include organic spinach and shiitake mushroom grits harvest bowl, black sesame and organic banana smoothie, mulberry and dragonfruit oat bowl and sweet potato and wild rice hash.

Curious about what else is on the menu? Read our Daily Harvest reviews.

Cost: Starts at $7.75/cup. Sign up here.

Ships to: The US.

COUPON: Use code ADDICTION25 to save $25 off your first box!

4. Hungryroot

Hungryroot plant-based grocery delivery.

Image from our review.

About the Subscription: Think of Hungryroot as an online grocery store that only sells healthy food.

Hungryroot was formerly 100% vegan, but have since introduced meats and other products to their ever-increasing product line-up in addition to their core vegan line-up. They continue to feature all kinds of plant-based options, ranging from recipe elevating sauces like superfood tomato sauce, chickpea pesto and Thai peanut to simple sides like shaved brussels sprouts and cauliflower rice.

There are also pre-made sweets (like black bean brownie batter and almond chickpea cookie dough) and snacks you won’t be able to put down like cheddar cauliflower crackers and chocolate salted caramel cashews.

Here’s how it works: Upon signing up, you’ll select your dietary restrictions and receive the pre-prepped meal ingredients in grocery-style packages. Hungryroot provides suggestions to mix and match your items to create flavorful and healthy meals with a handful of ingredients, in 15 minutes or less.

Need more inspiration? Read our Hungryroot review.

Cost: $69.99 – $129.00. Sign up here.

Ships to: The contiguous US for free.

COUPON: Use code MSA20 to get 20% off your first two boxes!

5. Splendid Spoon

all items in the splendid spoon february 2018 order

Image from our review.

About the Subscription: Splendid Spoon is a vegan meal delivery service that specializes in nutrient-rich smoothies, soups and bowls.

All of their dishes are plant-based, vegan, gluten-free, and made with GMO-free ingredients. When selecting meals, there are more than 50 options to choose from, so you’ll be hard-pressed to ever have the same thing twice. Recent offerings include the energy-boosting chocolate cherry smoothie, a vegetable bolognese bowl (a plant-based take on a classic pasta dish) and a Tex-Mex inspired brown rice taco bowl topped with crunchy pepitas.

And in the spirit of saving even more time, their soups and smoothies are designed to be enjoyed cold, so there’s no cooking required.

Hungry for more? Read our Splendid Spoon review.

Cost: Plans start at $65.00. Sign up here.

Ships to: The US.

COUPON: $60 off - $20 off first 3 boxes of Breakfast and Lunch, Breakfast, Lunch & Reset, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Reset plans. No coupon needed - just use this link.

6. Veestro

Image via Veestro.

About the Subscription: Veestro is a plant-based meal service that allows you to put healthy eating on autopilot with their variety of options.

Their A La Carte subscription features chef-prepared meals made with organic ingredients from non-GMO plants. Recent meal options include a plant-based twist on fajitas (portobello mushrooms take the place of meat), a hearty red curry with tofu and Chinese eggplant stirfry.

There’s also an option designed for weight loss, where three meals a day total 1,200 calories. Recent dishes in the weight loss program include enchilada casserole (a twist on a Mexican classic made with seasoned tofu and vegetables layered with gluten-free tortilla), carrot osso bucco and mushroom risotto.

All Veestro meals are organic, plant-based, dairy-free, preservative-free, and non-GMO, and they offer a gluten-free option as well.

Cost: Starting at $229. Sign up here.

Ships to: The continental US for free.

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7. Green Chef

Image of Porcini Mashed Potatoes via Green Chef.

About the Subscription: Green Chef offers vegan meal kits alongside keto, paleo, and vegetarian options.

This vegan meal kit comes with pre-measured ingredients and recipes that are easy to prepare along with pre-made sauces, marinades, and spice blends. Green Chef packs a lot of flavor into each recipe without sacrificing time. Recipes (which arrive with step-by-step instructions, chef’s tips, and photos to help guide you) are ready to eat in about 30 minutes.

Additionally, Green Chef only uses packaging that is recyclable, reusable, or compostable.

Recent menus include Caribbean cauliflower bowls (made with fresh bell pepper, mango, chard, cabbage, carrots and coconut rice) and chickpea salad sandwiches.

One of our reviewers called Green Chef her favorite meal kit of all time. Learn in our Green Chef review and learn more about Green Chef here.

Cost: Vegan plans start at $11.99/meal. Sign up here.

Ships to: Most of the continental US.

COUPON: Save $90 off your first four boxes! No coupon needed - just use this link.

8. Epicured

Image of Warm Autumn Salad via Epicured.

About the Subscription: Epicured delivers chef-prepared meals fresh. All you have to do is heat them up to enjoy or freeze to save for later.

While Epicured also offers gut-friendly, low FODMAP and gluten-free meals, their vegan entrées, dishes and snacks combine fresh ingredients to ensure every bite is packed with mouthwatering flavor.

Their Buddha bowl packs a powerful nutrient-rich punch. It’s made with kale, red cabbage, cucumbers, radishes, carrots, alfalfa sprouts, quinoa, sesame seeds, spiced chickpeas and served with mint vinaigrette. It’s served alongside a medley of Japanese kabocha, broccoli, carrots, and seasoned lentils on a colorful bed of quinoa and kale; garnished with pumpkin seeds and dried cranberries.

This highly customizable subscription offers many filters so you can select from vegan and plant-based meals of your choosing, and mix them with vegetarian, dairy-free, egg-free, soy-free, tree nut- or peanut-free, Extra Sensitive for IBD & IBS Symptoms, and more.

Cost: Average cost of $15/dish. Sign up here.

9. Trifecta Vegan Meal Plan

Image of Shitake Mushroom Wild Rice via Trifecta.

 

What You Get: Trifecta Nutrition‘s vegan meal delivery plan offers animal product-free dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

A day’s worth of meals recently included an oatmeal walnut bake for breakfast (made with oats, mixed berries, walnuts), garlic pasta with cherry tomatoes for lunch (made with rice noodles, cherry tomato, garlic, and mixed produce) and roasted brussels sprouts with quinoa for dinner.

All of these pre-made vegan meals use organic ingredients. All meals are gluten-free and never frozen—they arrive vacuum sealed and last for 10 days in the fridge.

When signing up, choose from 1-4 meals per day (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a 3rd entree), for 5 or 7 days per week. If you have aversions or allergies, you can also indicate what you’d like to exclude from your menu selections.

Cost: Starting at $113.90/week. Subscribe here.

Ships to: The US for free.

Best Vegan Snack Subscriptions

10. Vegancuts

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Image from our review.

About the Subscription: Thanks to Vegancuts, you won’t have to sacrifice healthy eating come snack time.

With the Vegancuts Snack Box monthly subscription, you’ll always be well-stocked with vegan and natural food products and snacks. Each month, you’ll receive 7-10 vegan snacks.

Last month’s box featured treats for all different types of tastes. There was chewy vegan strawberry licorice from the Australian brand Wiley Wallaby for those with a sweet tooth, protein-packed ancient grains from RightRice for those looking to get their fill and crispy cheddary crackers from Back to Nature for crunch-hungry snackers.

If your stomach’s already grumbling, read our Vegancuts Snack Box reviews to learn more about these tasty treats.

Cost: $24.95/month. Save with 6- and 12-month subscriptions. Sign up here.

Ships to: The US for free, Canada for $6.95, and worldwide for $14.95.

COUPON: Use code MSA to save $5 off your first box!

11. UrthBox

Check out the vegan snacks and healthy treats in my July 2017 Urthbox review!

Image via our review.

About the Subscription: UrthBox will fill your pantry with healthy, non-GMO, organic snacks and beverages.

This monthly subscription is a great way to learn more about a variety brands who specialize in vegan snacks and goods (it’s even been compared to Birchbox, a beauty box that helps customers learn about a number of new brands by featuring them).

The Vegan snack subscription is one of UrthBox‘s options (others are called The Classic, The Gluten-Free and The Diet).

Want to learn more? Read our UrthBox reviews.

Cost: $19.99/monthly for the mini box (6+ snacks); $29.99/monthly for the small box (12+ snacks); $39.99/monthly for the medium box (17+ snacks); $49.99/monthly for the large box (24+ snacks). Save with longer subscriptions. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US for free, Canada for $6.95, and worldwide for $14.95/box.

COUPON: Use code PROMO10 to save $10 off your first box!

12. SnackSack Vegan

contents of Snack Sack August

Image from our review.

What You Get: With SnackSack, any time can be snack time.

With several different subscription options (which include Classic, Vegan, Gluten-Free, and Vegan+GF), SnackSack‘s monthly snack subscription box offers natural, better-for-you snacks.

Each month’s collection includes 11 to 15 snacks from a variety of brands, centered around a seasonal theme and flavors. You’ll tuck into snacks like crunchy chickpeas, granola bars, vegan jerky, bean chips and more.

Learn more by reading our SnackSack reviews.

Cost: Classic: $22.95 a month, Vegan: $24.95 a month, Gluten-Free: $24.95 a month. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US for free, Canada for a $9.99 flat rate

COUPON: Use code MSA20 to save 20% off any SnackSack subscription plan or term.


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Written by Christen Russo

Christen Russo

Christen is a smile collector, outdoors enthusiast, and appreciator of soggy French fries. Her favorite subscriptions involve eco-friendly products and clothes, nature supplies, stationery, and coffee. She can be easily won over with a good sheet of stickers.

Comments (4)

  1. I’d be interested in a meal kit that is only one meal per week Is that an option?

  2. Our home is vegan, and I tried lots of them – Purple Carrot, Green Chef, Hungryroot, Daily Harvest, Hello Fresh, Thistle (prepared meals), Methodology (prepared meals) and Sun Basket. (And more, especially prepared meals.)
    You need to actually order and make multiple recipes / eat to find out which company is the best.
    While lots of companies’ recipes are so boring and blunt, “Sun Basket” menus are unique and have lots of different varieties. Very flavorful and enjoyable.
    Also, descent cooking time, 20-45 minutes for each recipes. I think their sauces and spices are the biggest key! You don’t need to go through lots of measurements but they include very yummy sauces, dressings, spices etc to complete the yummy flavors. And unlikely you would mess up the meal, very clear and simple instructions on a card.
    And their ingredients are fresh and consistently good quality, and they provide organic ingredients as much as possible. Green Chef and Hello Fresh weren’t really good, some of the ingredients looked old. Sun Basket usually only has 2-3 completely vegan recipes per week, but few more vegetarian options available so you can modify (by not using cheese etc). And also some menu has options to choose your proteins, so you can choose vegan proteins, instead of fish or meat.
    And their snacks, soup, juice options are also good.
    I’ve been adding them so I don’t need to go grocery at all during this Coronavirus situation. Our meals are totally relying on their delivery at this moment!
    If I talk about prepared meals, Thistle is the best.
    Their foods are really, really yummy, it tastes very clean but actually very yummy. I’ve been very impressed. And definitely I could feel my energy level was improving. I love cooking so I only order Thistle 1 week in a month, but when I’m busy I use Thistle more to survive my busy schedule. And actually I’m a long time customer (2-3 years?) but I haven’t tired with their menus at all!

    Anyways, from my experience, the best vegan meal kit delivery 2018-2020 is “Sun Basket”!!
    And prepared vegan meal delivery is “Thistle”!!

  3. By “Best Vegan Meal Kits” do you mean just a list of ALL the vegan meal kits you could find? I don’t see any information here about what makes them the best or sets them apart.

    • Hi Monica! Since everyone has different needs, our goal here was to provide basic information so that you can find the best meal kit for you. I hope you’re able to find some helpful info in there. Feel free to drop any questions in the comments if you need help finding anything!

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