Here’s our final Hungryroot subscription review. They are a box subscription service that delivers vegan, gluten-free food. We decided to get another box and try more meals to see if we would keep our subscription going.
A Hungryroot subscription delivers vegan, gluten-free foods to your house, so we decided to test it out. Their mission is to create healthy foods that people crave, which is exactly what I’m searching for this year.
In an attempt to improve my cholesterol levels, I did some searching online and ended up with this recipe for blueberry banana overnight oats. It’s such a treat to wake up each morning with breakfast already in the fridge waiting for me.
Our household is obsessed with Skinnytaste.com recipes, so we wanted to try out Gina’s Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Cauliflower Soup to see if we’d like it.
Tried out the Blue Apron Linguine Pasta with Roasted Fennel and Garlic Breadcrumbs yesterday and was extremely impressed! I was away at work, so my husband made everything on his own — even taking some time to snap some photos for me!
We tried out this Blue Apron Jamaican-Style Vegetable Turnovers recipe, and even with both of us in the kitchen, it was pretty time-intensive. Also didn’t realize these would be a bit spicy with no cream dipping sauce to cool things down, just the marinated orange salad. I ate most of the oranges and cucumbers to try and cool down my mouth — my poor husband was left with the radishes.
I craved this veggie and meat spaghetti sauce all year. Due my silent reflux, the doc told me to avoid eating tomatoes along with other acidic foods. So no citrus fruits, fried foods, coffee, or chocolate. Well it’s 2017 and I’m feeling adventurous! I’ve also been eating small amounts of all the foods I was told to avoid and haven’t had any problems lately, so I should be okay.