Moms Meals is a food-delivery service that claims it was designed by a dietitian to provide excellent and nutritious meals delivered right to your front door. Moms Meals reviews show that the service provides over 70 full meals to choose from. When you become a member of Mom's Meals and you begin to place your order you have full control over the type of foods you want to select.
There are multiple programs available from Moms Meals giving you plenty of choices when it comes to finding the foods that are right for your diet and lifestyle. Additionally, some of the best Moms Meals reviews includes the detail that the company also caters to individuals who have special dietary needs or restrictions. Whether your have specific health conditions or even diabetes, there are foods available for you with Moms Meals. Moms Meals also caters to individuals who are seeking heart-healthy foods that are also nutritious. Even if you are on dialysis or if you have any type of kidney disease it is possible to find a solution that works for you with Moms Meals.
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee - Moms Meals guarantees that all meals will be delivered fresh at your door. However, there is a strict no-refund policy on all meals that have been delivered already. No surprise there.
- Delivery - Delivery is completed with the use of UPS or FedEx depending on your location.
- Shipping - Moms Meals will ship to just about anywhere in the US.
- Fresh or Frozen? - All foods from Moms Meals are created fresh and are designed to stay fresh for a total of 18 days inside of your refrigerator once they have been delivered.
Moms Meals Review of Prepared Meals We Have Tried
Moms Meals qualifies for Medicaid and Community services, so the price point of their meals must be able to fit into these budgets. As a result, and based on the meals we purchased and tried, we believe you can save money and get better quality meals by purchasing frozen dinners in the supermarket. We would not recommend this service.
Moms Meals Summary: These are low-cost meals that are not prepared well, and have very poor quality ingredients.
Baked Ziti with Meatballs
Nothing short of a disgusting meal no "Mom" would serve to anyone. The ziti was soft from being overcooked, and the meatballs seemed to have more breadcrumbs in them than meat. Small portion too.
It is either the worst stew you could have, or a very bad soup. Like all of Moms Meals, there is no flavor in this. A can of Dinty Moore's Beef Stew would be much better (as bad as that is) and much less money.
Chicken and Noodles
This was a meal from Moms that was edible, but if you have had Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup, it' the same thing with wider noodles. Save your money and go to the supermarket.
Pork Marsala and Rice
Another edible meal, but a tiny portion size that could hardly be a satisfying meal. Marsala? We couldn't taste it. A nutritious meal without vegetables? Instead, the meal came with dry and sticky rice.
This meal was edible, and we are starting to notice that is the first criteria we are determining. It is far from a real, baked tuna casserole, it just has the same ingredients.
This meal was actually okay. It was made with Turkey meat, had plenty of cheese, a nice layer of spinach, and the noodles were good. We felt a little for the people that eat these meals regularly.
Edible, but no one here was willing to take a second taste of the meatloaf. The potatoes were flavorless, which is actually better than the taste of the meatloaf. Served with a side of frozen mixed vegetables.
Spaghetti and Meat Sauce
You might be wondering where the meat sauce is. So did we. There is some under the pasta, but c'mon, even at $5.99 a meal, there must be $.49 of ingredients here. Mom can do better.
- No doubt, we recognize what a challenge it must be for manufacturers to create meals that feed low-income people. If that is the only option you have, we hope the governments and agencies that buy these meals sample them as we did, and make some requirements for quality. There are better options than Moms Meals.
- If you are a family caretaker, looking for a solution to feed a loved one, we recommend you try EasyLife meals. They are in the ballpark as far as price per meal, however, the quality is significantly better, and the meals all come with an entree, side dish, and two servings of vegetables. They are suitable for diabetics, so they will fit most nutritional profiles.
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