Have you heard about One Potato? It’s our new favorite meal box delivery service and secret weapon for dealing with back-to-school chaos! Founded by Weelicious founder and cookbook author Catherine McCord, a mom of three, it is an amazing tool for busy times like these. “One Potato takes meal planning off your plate using fan-favorite recipes from Weelicious. We’re the only meal box company that gives families a chance to choose their meals, their portion sizes (kid portions are sized and priced accordingly), and their dietary preferences. Each meal has the option to be vegetarian and gluten-free. Our menus change weekly and are meant for all ages while catering to families of all sizes and eating styles,” explains Catherine. The best part? It just became available in our area, and they’re offering $80 off your first four boxes with code TEXASMOMS.
Here are 4 reasons why we love One Potato—and know you will, too!
The Food Is Delicious and Family-Friendly
There is a reason Catherine has gathered 285,000 followers on Instagram—her recipes are all winners and appealing to adults and kids (even picky eaters). According to Catherine, she can’t choose a favorite meal, but her kids have many. “They would say Chicken in Lettuce Cups with Scallion Pancakes, Chicken Burrito Bowls, Turkey Burgers, Crispy Baked Fries (available weekly through One Potato and my family’s favorite), and Pizza Balls with Strawberry Spinach Salad,” says Catherine.
The Produce Is Fresh and Organic
Just because we’re saving time, we don’t want to scrimp on nutrition or health. We appreciate that the ingredients are the highest quality—including organic, non-GMO seasonal produce, sent in recyclable and reusable packaging.
It Takes One Thing Off Your Plate (No Pun Intended!)
The invisible “to-dos” like meal-planning can be especially exhausting for moms, and One Potato takes meal-planning, as well as grocery shopping and food prep, off our list (while still letting us cook dinner with our kids, something we actually enjoy!).
Cooking Together Has Never Been Easier
With the hard work of shopping and prepping done, cooking the final product is a perfect way to reconnect. “Since going out for meals isn’t an easy option right now, we want to give parents the ability to make food that feels special, unique, and fresh. Preparing the meals is also a great activity to do together as a family!” says Catherine. Plus, we’ve all heard that kids who have a hand in cooking their food will be more likely to eat it—so it’s a win-win!
This story is sponsored by One Potato. Use code TEXASMOMS for $80 off your first four boxes!