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The BEST Dinner Idea for Picky Eaters: Gobble Meal Delivery

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Nothing beats having dinner prepped and ready to go during a busy workweek. And it’s even better if your kids actually eat the food especially if you have a picky eater like I do.

With Gobble meal delivery, you can enjoy fresh, delicious dinners that only take 10 minutes to cook.

Gobble meal delivery sent us a box of dinners to try out during those busy last weeks of the school year.  Each box comes with 3 dinner kits with 2 or 4 meals, depending on which plan you select. Not handy in the kitchen? Your dinners also come with a detailed recipe card with clear, 3-step instructions. No master chef skills required!

The meals arrive on your scheduled delivery day in a refrigerated box between 8a.m. and 8 p.m. Ice packs ensure your ingredients stay fresh until you get home to grab the package. The food is all labeled by meal and recipe so it’s easy to just grab a bag and get cooking.

Gobble currently delivers dinner kits within California, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, Arizona, Idaho and Utah. The food is fresh and lasted well in the refrigerator all week.


Another nice feature of Gobble is that you can choose your meals. I picked out a tune poke bowl, a chicken mole, and a Vietnamese beef skewer dinner.  They were all delicious and it was fun to experience different flavors that we normally don’t eat.

But the biggest surprise was that my 10 year old daughter – who doesn’t eat any food with flavor and subsists mostly on berries and pasta – loved every single meal!  I’m still shocked. The Gobble meals were fun and different and apparently that’s all she needed to get out of her eating rut.

I can’t promise your picky eater will have the same reaction, but it’s worth a try.

Now, you can take $50 off your first week! 

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