Dinnerly: Meal Kit 4+

The most affordable meal kit

Marley Spoon AG

    • 4.7 • 5.9K Ratings
    • Free



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Dinnerly is America's most affordable meal kit! It's also fast, convenient, and delicious. Dinnerly replaces tedious meal planning and grocery shopping with tasty, easy-to-make recipes and pre-portioned ingredients delivered direct to your door. There are 16 unique recipe options every week, so even your pickiest eaters will be happy! Use our meal delivery app to choose your recipes, schedule delivery days, and save a whole lot of time.

Here's more of what you can do with the app:

- Pick your meal plan: decide what, when, and how much you want to cook.
- Choose recipes and delivery days up to 4 weeks in advance.
- Cook with easy-to-follow digital recipes.
- Rate your dinners and give our chefs feedback.
- Send free cooking boxes to your friends.

Like a magical food fairy, Dinnerly makes weeknight cooking—and life, in general—a whole lot easier. Our home cooking kit's weekly collection of 16 unique recipes has something for everyone. Healthy? Vegetarian? Family-friendly? We've got you covered. Download the app to start cooking with Dinnerly tonight!

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What’s New

Version 3.10.1

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
5.9K Ratings

5.9K Ratings

Amateur Singer/Songwriter ,

I can’t get over how thankful I am

The service: Before I started looking into meal plans, I was just telling my partner how it’s not any cheaper to buy groceries anymore. We were spending the same amount to eat out every night than if we had been buying groceries to cook. I felt awful, and I love cooking, but we were on a budget. I was scared when I looked into Dinnerly and saw how cheap it was—I thought for sure something had to be wrong with it. Fortunately, I was wrong. I pay about 70 bucks a week for me and my partner to eat dinner every night, which according to my calculations is probably saving us around 150 or 200 bucks a month.
It’s cheap, all right, but it comes with fresh vegetables and pre-cut meat. I’ve not had a bad tasting meal, and it’s so easy to prepare. I let my settings sit at mid range for difficulty and quality, and they’re just perfect for our lifestyle.
I’ve already been annoying about it to several people, but I’ll catch a recommendation some day.

The app: I like that I can view the ingredients before I prepare the meal, and it gives me simple step-by-step directions. On my weekly email, it also tells me what ingredients I will need that won’t be in the box (which are usually just condiments). I like that I can adjust what meals I want, too. The app is simple and easy to use! Some people have complained about interface issues, but for me, a simple home cook only cooking for two people, it’s perfect.

Developer Response ,

Thanks so much for taking the time to rate our product and our service. Your feedback is very important to us, as we constantly try to improve Dinnerly for our customers. We love to see our customers happy and strive to get great feedback because the happiness of our customers is our number one priority. Thank you for cooking with us. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do to assist you!

EB927 ,

Request for new feature!

I’m a pretty big fan of this meal kit, I’ve tried a bunch so far and usually pause because I can’t handle the endless supply of freezer bags or get bored of the recipes. I’m cooking for 2 and usually get 4-6 meals a week with 2 servings each. Overall, I like that it’s a smaller ingredient list to keep things simple (and cheap) and it’s easy to add additional vegetables/items. The variety of recipes is good, I’d tried Marley spoon for a bit (the ‘fancier’ sister brand) and there are some very similar types and recipes across the two which makes me appreciate dinnerly all the more for being far cheaper and simpler to make. I actually reorder meals again vs being sick of things and annoyed about it repeating in the list of options. The app is a little barebones but it works fine.

If I could request an interface update, however: I wish that after cooking a meal I could “check it off” in my weekly list. That way I wouldn’t have to swipe through all of my meals every time, it would just show the remaining ones.

Developer Response ,

Thanks very much for the feedback - we're currently working hard to improve the experience for our customers, and this feedback is very useful to us! Please keep an eye for future updates :) and have a nice day!

Emyliine ,

You DON’T get what you pay for

I understand why others like Dinnerly, but after a year of intermittently using it I can’t agree that it’s worth the price. Their recipes are usually bones bare, relying on the meat portion to really carry the meal. As a plant-based eater who likes to eat a lot of vegetarian meals, their veggie recipes are laughable. Usually (in other meal kits) the veg options are more interesting exactly because they can’t rely on meat for flavor so they throw in some interesting spices or uncommon ingredients. Dinnerly can hardly bother to do anything but throw two vegetables onto a plate with some cheese or BBQ sauce and call it a day. And yes, it’s on the cheaper end of the meal kit spectrum, but there are just as cheap or cheapER options out there that actually give you meals with more than five simple ingredients AND include the garlic with your box. Seriously Dinnerly, it’s garlic, it’s transport hardy and costs $0.60, you can’t be bothered to throw that into the box with everything else? It’s not like salt or ketchup that keeps indefinitely, it’s a perishable good that I don’t always have on hand (you know, like the other perishable goods you send because that’s half the point of your service). If you’re a basic eater who prefers meat with every meal and/or a novice cook who prefers extremely simple recipes, this service can certainly appeal to you. Everyone else (especially vegetarians or plant-based eaters) I’d suggest to stay away.

App Privacy

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