The 5 Best Keto Meal Delivery Services of 2019

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Our Top Picks

Best Overall: Kettlebell Kitchen

"The Complete Keto plan, which offers 12 options a week, including a couple of eggy breakfast dishes, all packed with vegetables."

Best No-Cook Subscription: Factor 75

"Sends fully cooked, fresh (not frozen) meals that just need a brief re-heat before digging in."

Best Selection: Keto Fridge

"Customers get to choose from a rotating cast of 17 dinners and three breakfasts each week."

Best for Cooks: Green Chef

"If you like to cook but don’t want to plan ahead and shop, this is the service for you."

Best for Stocking Up: True Fare

"The chef behind the meals also developed all the recipes for The Whole30 Cookbook."

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    Best Overall: Kettlebell Kitchen

    Kettlebell Kitchen

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    If you’re on a keto diet, you may be trying to lose fat. And if you’re trying to lose fat, you’re probably trying to exercise more, too. And if you’re trying to exercise more, you’re probably doing things like biking, running and lifting weights. Well, Kettlebell Kitchen is all about exercise — it even delivers its meals to gyms for pickup. And its blog, The Leaderboard, is packed with fitness articles. So it’s no surprise the company’s prepared meals are geared toward performance, as well as weight loss, which is really a perfect combo. 

    The menu, which is guided by registered dieticians, changes every week and includes grass-fed beef, hormone- and antibiotic-free poultry and pork, and wild-caught fish. There’s no soy, dairy or artificial sweeteners.

    Customers can choose from dozens of options all neatly organized by dietary needs: Whole 30, Paleo and the Complete Keto plan, which offers 12 options a week, including a couple of eggy breakfast dishes, all packed with vegetables. If your dining partner isn’t following a keto plan but, say, wants to slim down or is intent on building muscle, you can filter the search options to find meals that fit his or her needs too. There are usually about three vegetarian options a week, too.

    Meals are single servings, fresh not frozen, and just need to be reheated. They’re available in medium and large portion sizes and can be delivered twice a week. Although a weekly subscription is available, it’s not required. Orders just need to be placed five days before delivery.

    Availability: Nationwide.

    Pricing: Averages $11.95 per serving.

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    Best No-Cook Subscription: Factor 75

    Factor 75

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    If you want to eat keto but don’t have a second to think about planning, cooking or even choosing meals, check out Factor 75. This subscription meal delivery service sends fully cooked, fresh (not frozen) meals that just need a brief reheat before digging in. And since it’s a subscription, it’ll just send you that week’s meals automatically unless you want to pick them yourself, and you can pause or cancel anytime. 

    All the meals are nutrition-oriented and made with grass-fed meats with no hormones, GMOs, or antibiotics. There are usually about five keto meals each week (in addition to paleo, low-carb and dairy-free options), including dishes such as Moroccan-spiced tenderloin on herbed cauliflower rice and breakfast options (think almond-blueberry pancakes). 

    Choose from 4, 6, 8, 12 and 16 meals per week. The price per meal reduces from $15 to $11 the more meals you get, and shipping is free. 

    Availability: Delivers to all states, except Hawaii and Alaska.

    Pricing: Averages $12 to $15 per serving.

  • 03 of 05

    Best Selection: Keto Fridge

    Keto Fridge

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    Like lots of options? You’re in luck. Keto Fridge focuses completely on keto-friendly meals, no dabbling in simply low-carb or paleo, and that means customers get to choose from a rotating cast of 17 dinners and three breakfasts each week. The meals skew toward familiar comfort foods rather than chef-y adventures, with items like turkey club burgers, buffalo chicken ranch pizza and General Tso’s chicken.

    A la cart add-ons such as taco-spiced ground turkey or cauliflower risotto allow customers to add extra servings or cobble together their own meals. And for those who have a hard time saying goodbye to cakes, cookies and morning treats such as muffins, doughnuts, and scones, there are 21 keto-friendly baked goods to choose from, too.

    Keto Fridge doesn’t require a subscription, but you do have to order a minimum of $69 worth of food for each shipment. Orders must be placed by Thursday night for the following week’s delivery. The meals are single serving and fresh, not frozen, and just need to be reheated.

    Availability: Nationwide.

    Pricing: Averages $16 per serving; $69 minimum order. Shipping is $20 per order usually but depends on location.

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    Best for Cooks: Green Chef

    Green Chef

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    While most other keto-friendly meal delivery services send premade meals (so you have more time for those gym workouts), Green Chef sends meal kits — basically all the ingredients you need to cook a meal for two or four people at home. If you like to cook but don’t want to plan ahead and shop, this is the service for you.

    Green Chef’s meals don’t take longer than 30 minutes to make and are built on organic ingredients. The menu changes every week, with creative options such as Malaysian-spiced pork patties and fennel-cumin shrimp that go beyond the usual slabs of meat. There are several different diet plans to choose from, but the keto plan is no afterthought, offering six recipes a week, all of which are bursting with nutritious veggies like cauliflower, kale, mushrooms, cabbage, and broccoli.

    Keep in mind this is a subscription-based service, so customers either sign up for a two-person plan with three two-serving dinners, or a Family Plan that has two four-serving dinners. Meals are delivered once a week (you pick the day) and the service can be paused or canceled anytime.

    Availability: Delivers to all states, except Hawaii and Alaska.

    Pricing: Averages $12.99 per serving. Shipping costs $6.99 per box.

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    Best for Stocking up: True Fare

    True Fare

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    All of True Fare’s dishes are made with sustainable ingredients and are Whole30 approved. In fact, the chef behind the meals also developed all the recipes for The Whole30 Cookbook. But the company also offers keto-approved meals too. Just click the Keto-Low Carb Meal plan to find dishes like Tarragon Turkey Burgers with Organic Vegetables. According to the site, options are currently limited as the company moves its kitchen, so if you don’t see keto meals you like, keep checking back.

    True Fare’s plans offer a variety pack of five dishes, and there’s two of each for a total of 10 meals. Or you can order individual recipes, but they come in packs of at least five. In other words, you have to stock up when ordering with True Fare, but you don’t have to commit to a subscription. 

    All of the dishes arrive frozen and are made with grass-fed beef, free-range turkey and chicken, heritage-breed pork, wild-caught fish, and organic vegetables. 

    Availability: Nationwide.

    Pricing: Averages $15 per serving. Shipping cost varies depending on region and amount ordered.