cooking made easy with blue apron.

I’m one of those people who really enjoys cooking and eating a homecooked meal, but unfortunately I’m not one of those people who can just whip up something amazing on the fly with whatever’s on hand and in the fridge. And while I love meal planning and grocery shopping, it can be pretty darn time consuming (and ain’t nobody got time for that!)

Cooking Made Easy with Blue Apron.

Enter Blue Apron. Cue angels singing. If you haven’t heard about Blue Apron yet, it’s a meal delivery service that makes it really easy to cook awesome meals at home. For just under $60 week, you have ingredients delivered for three meals with portions for two people. And we’re talking pretty awesome meals here – the recipes are really interesting (and a lot of things I’d never think to cook myself), with fresh ingredients that are all portioned out exactly right for your recipe. The ingredients are even shipped in a refrigerated box so everything stays nice and fresh, even if you’re not home when your package arrives. But best of all? Every Blue Apron recipe can be prepared in 35 minutes or less – perfect for everyone’s busy lives and hectic schedules.

So no more meal planning, no more buying a ton of some random ingredient just to use two tablespoons of it, and best of all, no more eating takeout every night because you don’t have time to go to the grocery store. Blue Apron is officially my new BFF.

If you’re not running to sign up yet – check this out: a little chili we whipped up last week that was fantastic and all fancy with homemade tortilla chips on top:

Cooking Made Simple with Blue Apron.

Awesome, huh? But what’s even more awesome is that 50 of my readers can get two free meals from Blue Apron to test it out for themselves. No contracts or long term commitments – you can just give it a whirl and then decide for yourself. So get cookin!

This post was sponsored by Blue Apron but all opinions are 100% honest and my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help make Pretty & Fun possible – authenticity is really important to me and I truly only partner with brands that are a good fit for the blog and my audience.