Chick-fil-A Launching Mealtime Kits in August (Select Locations Only)

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Chick-fil-a Mealtime Kit Boxes – Sample ingredients meal kit

Love Chick-fil-A? 🙋🏼‍♀️ Live in Atlanta?

What if we said you could stop by your local Chick-fil-A restaurant on the way home from work and grab meal kits? And what if we told you these meal kits are filled with pre-portioned ingredients and simple directions so you can enjoy delicious meals at home!? Maybe even ones that you could stick in the fridge and fix on a SUNDAY!? 😱

Chick-fil-a Mealtime Kit Boxes – Chicken, mac and cheese and green beans

Interested? If so, beginning August 27th, Chick-fil-A Mealtime Kits will be available for purchase at participating Atlanta-area restaurants, in the drive-thru or in the restaurant at the counter.

Choose from options like Chicken Parmesan and Chicken Enchiladas (both available 8/27-9/22), or even Pan Roasted Chicken (available 9/24-10/20) and Crispy Dijon Chicken (available 10/22-11/17)! Note that each meal kit serves two people and will cost around $15.89 – just under $8 per serving. However, I’m guessing they’ll occasionally offer up promos to make the cost even less.

Chick-fil-a Mealtime Kit Boxes – Recipe and ingredients

Here’s how Chick-fil-A Mealtime Kits work:

  1. Visit your local Chick-fil-A to purchase one of the available meal kits. Order one in the drive-thru or at the counter – no advance planning or subscription required.
  2. Follow the recipe card with simple steps to prepare the meal in 30 minutes.
  3. Serve up a delicious dish everyone will enjoy.

Not sure what’s for dinner? Just swing by the drive-thru on the way home from work and grab a meal kit that can be prepared in 30 minutes or less – NO subscriptions and NO advanced planning required!

Not in Atlanta but want in on this goodness?

Want Chick-fil-A Mealtime Kits to come to your city, too? Head here to fill out the form to let them know!

Join The Discussion

Comments 20

  1. Kitty

    If you’re going all the way to the restaurant then just pick up prepared food right? I never really got the appeal of meal kits….

    • Kitty

      I don’t mean for this to sound mean though 🙂

      • Dealzgurl

        Lol…I was actually thinking the same thing….your comment didn’t sound mean to me. I can see the appeal though if you want a quick dinner without the typical fast food fare. The drive-thru option makes it appealing too…don’t even have to get out. 🙂

    • Naayomee

      I believe this is mainly for people who crave Chick Fil A on Sundays. I would still order a sandwich on Saturday and nuke it in that case!🤪

      • Jennifer

        My husband bought sandwiches right before boarding a plane in Atlanta. He flew 13+ hours home (at the time) to South Korea. We warmed them up in the microwave, crisped them in a pan and toasted the buns. Best Chick-fil-A my boys had in SK. 😂

  2. Denise

    I love this idea. Should be much healthier than breaded and fried nuggets, sandwiches, etc. Can’t wait until its available in my area!

  3. gigglingkema

    This is a dumb idea … bring back the calendar. Why would I want to go to a restaurant to buy food to make? Kitty you had it right … If I’m going to Chickfila I’m going to buy food to eat ASAP not something I have to take home to make.

    • Jessalynn5887

      I feel this same way about papa Murphy’s and no one understands me for it

    • Jackie

      Agree! Just bring back something that was already working for many years…the calendar!!!

      • Rita

        I think with the calendar they can’t track you to collect data. It’s easier for Chick-fil a to track you while using their app. If you want free stuff it seems like the app will help but then they get more feedback instantly to gather that data.

  4. LimeRikki

    This would help greatly when my Chick Fil a addiction rears it’s head on Sunday’s when they’re closed!

  5. Susan Crawford

    I would do this in an instant. I am sick of cooking and this would be nice to have in the fridge for something different. Bring it on.

  6. LC

    It would be waaay cheaper to swing by the store and buy those ingredients than to swing by chick-fil-a!

  7. Rn404

    I’m in the metro Atlanta area and will give this a try

  8. Desert Rose

    Sorry!! I didn’t like the idea 🤷‍♀️

  9. Desert Rose

    I am not kidding in the beginning I took a second to figure out what month we are in I thought it’s April fools 🤪🤦‍♀️

  10. DealLovinMama

    Nope. Not going to chick fil a to bring back ingredients to cook a meal once I get home. Now if Chick Fil A was actually offering these entrees already cooked on their menu that would be exciting!

  11. Judy

    Why? Of why? I thought it was one of Colin’s jokes.

  12. Jackie

    So not filling out the form! No-to bringing that to my city. OMG $8/person and I have to drive there, pick it up, prepare it, cook it and clean up after?!?!? What?!?! Just. Bring. The. Calendar. Baaack!

  13. 50ShadesofLipstick

    If only there was a place where you could go to pick up ingredients that you then cook at home. LOL

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