This blog post is sponsored by Blue Apron. All experiences and opinions are my own.
What do you make during the week? I’m all about easy and quick meals during the week that are convenient but also healthy at the same time. Looking for new recipes that take less than one hour and dozens of ingredients has always been a headache for me so enter Blue Apron!
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Blue Apron is super flexible – I can skip weeks when I need to and change up my plan, the number of servings (I typically get 2 servings but if I have a friend coming over, I can go up to 4 servings), and recipes when I want. I used to have to make multiple trips to the grocery store and it was so frustrating to be in middle of cooking and realize I forgot an ingredient. Plus, all of Blue Apron’s recipes are ready in under 35 minutes!
Blue Apron has 23 weekly recipes (yes, 23 different recipes to choose from!) so there’s something for everyone’s taste. You can choose from an ever-changing mix of Premium recipes, Signature faves, and health-conscious options like vegetarian, carb-conscious, Mediterranean diet, diabetes-friendly, and WW Approved recipes.
I personally love Blue Apron because I can skip that extra grocery store run and have a convenient meal that’s only $7.49 per serving and they partner with local farmers!
This week I made roasted red pepper pasta and this was SO good – I’ll definitely be making this recipe again. A tomato and cream sauce with capers, garlic, sweet roasted peppers, and lots of red pepper flakes. This took a little under 20 minutes and I had extra for leftovers throughout the week.
Roasted Red Pepper Pasta Recipe
BONUS Recipe: Sesame Pozu Tofu & Vegetables
Another meal I made this week through Blue Apron was the Sesame Pozu Tofu & Vegetables – seared tofu that’s been tossed in a citrusy ponzo and soy-miso sauce with carrots and broccoli on a bed of rice. So delicious!
All the ingredients are labeled and organized along with a large recipe card.