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REVIEW: Chick-fil-A Meal Kits

If you know me even a little bit, you know my love for Chick-fil-A runs deep.Β  I’m talking eating at least once a week deep. That’s why when they came out with make at home meal kits, I knew I had to try them.

This weekend, we decided to swing by Chick-fil-A for a mid shopping snack, and while we were there, we picked up two meal kits. One of the coolest things about this meal kit is that you can order it curbside, so it’ll be delivered right to your car. Perfect for moms or busy days!

They have Chicken Enchiladas and Chicken Parmesan kits right now, so we opted for both. I’ve tried other meal kits from Blue Apron and HelloFresh. Chick-fil-A’s is DEFINITELY the most wallet friendly at $15.89 per kit. Each kit serves two with generous portions.

The chicken enchiladas kit comes with fresh, marinated chicken breasts, refried beans, spanish rice, tortillas, shredded cheese, red enchilada sauce, yellow onion, red bell pepper, and creamy salsa.

These enchiladas were DELICIOUS! The chicken is totally tender and flavorful, the sauce is a little spicy for my tastes, but I’m kind of a princess, and the spanish rice in the enchilada makes for such a filling meal. The creamy salsa is optional, but it’s very tangy and fresh!

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What the enchiladas look like ready to eat!

The chicken parmesan was also totally delish! The kit comes with fresh, marinated chicken breasts, spaghetti, garlic alfredo sauce, tomato sauce, broccolini, grape tomatoes, cheese, yogurt, breadcrumbs, and a lemon.

The chicken breasts were perfectly tender, the tomato sauce was tangy, and the vegetables were really fresh and crisp. My only complaint is that the breadcrumbs don’t adhere very well using yogurt, so ours fell off a little, but I was able to patch them up.

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Delish chicken parm ready to eat!

VERDICT: I will 100% buy them again. They’re great for a quick, affordable dinner. They have everything you need out of the box, and you don’t need any special tools. Just a skillet, spatulas, spoons, and cooking oil + access to a stove & oven.

Unfortunately Chick-fil-A meal kits are only limited to the Atlanta area right now, so keep your eyes peeled for them to come to a Chick-fil-A near you soon!

Have you tried the kits yet? Let me know what you think in the comments!

XOXO.

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