Gobble’s common plan consists of categorical meals like Sheet Pan Basil Pesto Salmon Panzanella with Arugula & Red Wine Vinaigrette, Butternut Squash Ravioli with Swiss Chard & Pecan Sage Brown Butter, and Singapore Street Noodles with Shrimp and Sunny-Side-Up Egg. In addition to a dinner Plan, Gobble additionally affords a vegetarian possibility and lean-protein, low-carb plan, which options protein dishes underneath 600 energy per serving.
Note: Gobble at the moment ships inside the continental US excluding the Dakotas, (*30*), Montana, and Nebraska.
My colleague Elizabeth Lilly cooked Gobble’s Honey-Harissa Shrimp dish (pictured above proper) and stated: “Behold my beautiful shrimp dish that I whipped up in a mere 20 minutes and even my southern mama (a tough critic who often feeds me veggies in fritters and bread) raved about! After my Gobble box delivered, I, naturally, was served a Facebook ad about Gobble with a promise of 15-minute meals. This recipe card for Honey Harissa Shrimp didn’t specifically say it would take me 15 minutes to make, but I timed it nonetheless (also I had about a ~45 minute window before my next meeting to cook and then eat). I was able to whip up this meal like a fire was lit underneath me (again, my schedule; plus I was on the verge of hanger) and clean up after myself on the way.”
Get Gobble for $11.99 per serving for the common plan, the vegetarian plan, and the lean-protein, low-carb plan (obtainable in servings for 2 or 4, and both three or 4 meals per week).
Check out the Lemon Pepper Pasta with Artichokes & Sweet Peppers (left), the Honey-Harissa Shrimp (proper), and extra picks from their upcoming menu.