Whether you’re juggling two kids under two or caring for younger ones, you know from experience that meal times can be tricky.
From throwing food to existence super fussing about what’s being served as you sit down for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks can sometimes be a Herculean effort. But this is optional.
Sign in to Yumble: The kid-friendly food delivery service you need to check out. Not only will nutritious, balanced meals be delivered to your door on a weekly basis (if you wish), it’s also a subscription box that makes sitting at the table fun and stress-free.
Even better, I ordered a box of Yumble to give it a try. My two-year-old niece Julianne loves vegetables (especially steamed broccoli and stewed mushrooms) – a rare love. However, I knew she would love the idea of Yumble as she prepares for meals in her booster chair.
With Yumble, you get ready-to-eat and warm meals that your kids or anyone you know loves to dine will love. Not to mention, everything comes in adorable packaging (with ice packs for optimal freshness, of course) in a colorful box.
Even better, Yumble adds more meals, snacks, and additions to the subscription model, so now is the perfect time to try it out for yourself.
First, Yumble was very easy to get started with. While I was picking out meals for my two-year-old niece, the platform has a simple interface that allows older kids to choose meals on their own.
Once you’ve selected your six courses, they’ll be delivered right to your doorstep (light, lemony, right?). Everything is packaged in its own insulated and industry-leading stable box.
With Yumble’s subscription model, you can pause, skip, or cancel at any time. Whether you have a vacation coming up or your child is briefly ill, the brand understands that life happens to the best of us.
When I opened the box I was impressed to see that everything was beautifully packaged and labelled. Once you’ve unwrapped each bento box, you just need to pop it in the microwave for a minute and 30 seconds – and that’s it!
One reviewer says that “it was a bit of a psychological vacation for me”, while another said that “it’s as simple as Lunchable, but much more useful and balanced”. While any meal delivery kit won’t be as fabulous as homemade meals (if you love to cook, that is), it’s an opportunity to skip meal prep for a week and be sure your child is getting a healthy meal.
Here’s an overview of the meals packaged in my colorful Yumble box:
creamy mac n trees: Gluten-free pasta with Yumble’s cauliflower and broccoli cheese sauce.
Chicken nuggets and supercoils: Organic gluten-free chicken nuggets and gluten-free fusilli.
fruity french toast: Whole grain French toast with strawberry pieces, mango and chicken sausage.
Classic cheese ravioli: With organic tomatoes in vegetable marinara sauce.
Pizza Pocket and Broccoli Parm: Cheesy Pizza Pocket with Organic Parmesan Broccoli.
As you can imagine, the dishes sound incredible (oh, and they looked great too!) My niece especially loved reaching for broccoli, but I appreciate that you don’t have to think about a balanced diet on your own.
Yumble is organic and contains nourishing, locally sourced ingredients. The balanced (and fun!) recipes make for an exciting meal, and we love that they come in the fridge.
What’s more, its packaging is 100% recyclable, making this company one of the best direct-to-consumer companies we should look into. In addition, Yumble is approved by pediatricians and nutritionists.
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