We Taste Tested Chick-fil-A's Meal Kits, And the Results are Surprising
Just when we thought Chick-fil-A couldn't get any better…they invent a way for us to enjoy the quality food from the comfort of our own home. You read that correctly. Our favorite fast food joint is now launching meal kits!
Chicken enchiladas, chicken parmesan, chicken flatbread, the list goes on and on. The Georgia-based company introduced their Mealtime Kits in 150 Chick-fil-A locations in the Atlanta area in August of this year. But, we couldn't let the Peach State have all the fun.
Ivy Odom, Southern Living Test Kitchen pro, made a quick trip to Atlanta and picked up a few of these meal kits to try at home. Chicken parmesan and Dijon chicken are the stars of the table on this episode of Hey Y'all.
What exactly is a meal kit you may ask? It's simply a box of pre-measured, fresh ingredients for everything you need to make a well-balanced meal. Most meal kits are a subscription based program that cost around $50 a month, and the packages are delivered to your door. There's a problem with that. One: it's a bit pricy, and two: what if you're not in the mood for the food that arrives at your doorstep?
With the Chick-fil-A Mealtime Kits, you simply go through the drive-thru as usual, and you can grab the box and take it home to cook. Each kit serves two people. No subscription necessary.
We gave these meal kits a try and were pleasantly surprised. With side dishes like mac & cheese and crispy green beans, what's not to love? Each kit comes with easy-to-understand cooking instructions for even the most inexperienced cook. While the process wasn't perfect, Ivy said she would definitely do it again. Follow along to get an inside look at the Chick-fil-A Mealtime Kits.