As the school bell rings again, weeknight dinners can be a little more hectic. Juggling after school activities, homework and a myriad of other items might cause dinner to be slightly rushed. Instead of hitting the drive-thru, an easy to cook dinner can be a healthy eating solution. The Blue Apron Ready to Cook Meals put dinner on the table quickly.
Many people have turned to Blue Apron as a cooking assistant. The step-by-step recipe simplifies the process. With each ingredient prepared and ready to go, the home cook can gain confidence. Learning cooking techniques, building flavors, and perfect plating can inspire a love of a great meal.
While Blue Apron has brought both individuals and families to the kitchen and the table, the newest offerings simplify dinner even more. The new Ready to Cook Meals offer flavor innovations on popular dishes. Although there is a hint of the familiar, the dishes encourage diners to think a little more outside of the box.
For those unfamiliar, the Blue Apron Ready to Cook meals are the brand’s version of a one pan, pre-prepped dinner. Simply bake directly from the single-use aluminum tray. Whether plated or served at the table, dinner from refrigerator to oven to table has never been easier.
The current Blue Apron Ready to Cook Meals are:
- Oven-Baked Cheesy Tomato Gnocchi with Calabrian Chile & Spinach
- Oven-Baked Chorizo & Black Bean Tacos with Jalapeño & Monterey Jack
- Oven-Baked Sweet Chili Udon & Vegetables with Coconut Chips & Sesame Seeds
- Oven-Baked Pesto Chicken & Orzo with Spinach, Tomatoes & Ricotta
Looking at these offerings, the dishes blend bold flavors in an approachable way. From the heat of the Calabrian Chili with the sweetness of the tomato to the boldness of the sweet chili and sesame, these dishes will leave a lasting impression on the tastebuds.
The Ready to Cook Meals start at $7.99. The dinners are available in both a two-serving and a four-serving option.
This offering joins other quick prep choices like Heat & Eat single serving meals and Fast & Easy Meals.
What easy weeknight dinners are part of your routine? Do you have any tricks to keep dinner on the table?