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Mar 06 2018
4 months ago
9:35 PM MDT

$48 Worth Of Fresh Meals Just $18 Delivered From Martha & Marley Spoon

Mar 06, 2018 @ 9:35 PM MDT
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For a limited time, head over to Martha & Marley Spoon where Hip2Save readers can score $30 off your first order! No promo code is needed – just head over here and sign up by clicking on the Cook Now or Claim My Offer buttons.


First, select your plan!

If you choose the 2 person plan for 2 meals per week, your total will be only $18 after the $30 credit – less than $5 per person per meal. If you are feeding a larger crowd, choose the 4 person plan for 2 meals per week and pay only $46 after the credit.

Once you finish the sign up process, you can then view and edit your menu selections.


Note your Dietary and Delivery Preferences!

You’ll have the chance to note if you want to make your box vegetarian, how many meals you’d like to cook each week (choose between 2-4 meals) and how many people you’re cooking for (choose between 2-4 people).


What’s in the box?

Martha & Marley Spoon (a collaboration with Martha Stewart) offers meal kits that include fresh and pre-portioned ingredients that you’ll need to cook tasty meals shipped directly to you along with easy to follow recipes. These kits are designed to make a home-cooked meal something you can enjoy any night of the week, even if you’re short on time.

Note that your box will come insulated and chilled staying cool for up to 30 hours!


Need to skip a week?

When you sign up for Martha & Marley Spoon, you’ll be automatically signed up for weekly meal delivery. Each week, Martha & Marley Spoon will create an order for you unless you have either requested a skip or canceled your account. Skips and edits must be received seven days prior to the scheduled delivery day.

On the fence? Check out these reader comments…

My Hubby and I LOVE to cook – to the point we get a little nuts when the food magazines show up in the mail (Food & Wine, Bon Appetite, Sunset, All Recipes, Cooking Light, etc). For us Martha & Marley Spoon has been our favorite. Our kid is not picky and usually hates kid menu items because they taste bland to him – and this service was so cool because he could “help” with some of the steps and see on the recipe card what needed to be done.


As a single mom of 3 with a big demanding job and a house that takes a huge level of effort to maintain, I’m grateful for Marley Spoon. I initially subscribed because it was too good of a deal to pass up. However, I maintain my subscription because it adds so much value to our lives. I will not feed my children crap. In the past, I’ve spent my entire Sundays preparing meals for the week – wasting valuable time that could be spent making memories with me kids. We live in a rural area and I don’t have time to shop for fresh ingredients, to meal plan, or to consider our nutritional balance needs at the dinner table. Marley Spoon has taken so much stress out of my life. Highly recommend. 😀


I was super excited to try this service when Hip last posted a deal. I work a 40hr/wk office job with an hour commute each way, have an 8yo with an 8:30 bedtime and hate cooking. We’re stuck in a food rut and usually end up throwing any leftovers away. $24 for a homecooked meal when I didn’t have to find a recipe and the ingredients showed up at my door sounded great! Unfortunately the recipes had WAY too many steps. Plus when I go to the grocery store I buy everything I can already diced, minced, sliced, shredded, etc. This got me over my fear of cooking steak but long term I couldn’t justify paying more to do more work. The recipes sounded delicious though and the ingredients were all fresh and seemed high quality. This would probably be great for a SAHM who can start prepping dinner at 4:00-5:00pm, someone single who wants to learn how to cook or or a childless professional couple who can wait to eat dinner until 8:00+. Unfortunately it just didn’t work for me/my family as much as I wanted it to.


When I interned for Martha Stewart, she sent a box to every intern’s home so they could try it. I loved it because all the ingredients were fresh and nicely packaged, the recipes were easy to follow and super yummy, and I got to try using ingredients that I usually wouldn’t intentionally buy — such as bulgar. I would definitely recommend!


I got my box yesterday and made the seared steak and crispy potatoes for dinner tonight. It was delicious! And very clear and easy to follow, which is good because I am not a cook! Absolutely worth the price with the discount. Bonus, it was also really easy to cancel online.


My family did not care for the meals. Not kid friendly. Way too many steps too.

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