Chef’s Plate VS Hungryroot

UPDATED Aug. 2018
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No one understands how important it is to choose the right meal delivery service better than we do. That is why we are here to help you make the best possible choice. While both Hungryroot and Chef's Plate offer delicious dishes and rather flexible subscriptions, there is much more to be considered before you make the final call. This Hungryroot VS Chef's Plate comparison allows you to get to know these companies better, discover their greatest advantages and shortcomings, and of course, find out which one provides a bit higher quality of service.

Hungryroot
Pre-Prepped Vegan Comfort Food
VS
Chef's Plate
Cook Chef-Worthy Meals In No Time

Highlights

Hungryroot
Hungryroot allows you to get a healthy, tasty, plant-based meal on the table in 0-20 minutes.
  • Average Price Per Meal: $69.00
  • Shipping Cost: $0 *
  • Delivery Area: 48 states
*If you opt for air shipping, a $10 shipping fee applies to every delivery
Chef's Plate
Chef’s Plate is a Canadian meal kit service catering to couples and families looking for quick and easy recipes, flexible subscriptions, and affordable prices.
  • Average Price Per Meal: $10.35
  • Shipping Cost: $0
  • Delivery Area: 9 areas in Canada

Compare Features

Hungryroot
Best For
Best for busy vegans on low-calorie diets
Menu/Meal Plans
Hungryroot offers 2 meal plans: The Starter Set and The Good Life.
Recipes/Meal Options
Hungryroot menu features 50+ items and new products are added regularly.
Meal & Recipe Variety
Hungryroot offers a variety of vegan meals and meal kits, including breakfasts, lunches, dinners, side dishes, snacks, and sweets. All items on the menu are plant-based, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, under 500 calories, and low in sugar and sodium. Some items are soy-free.
Food Quality
Hungryroot sources non-GMO and organic ingredients whenever possible and uses only the freshest food available. Its meals and kits are made using natural ingredients and they are generally free from harmful additives.
Nutritional Value & Portion Size
Hungryroot meals and meal kits are optimally balanced, rich in nutrients, and normally contain between 90 and 460 calories per serving. There are plenty of options under 200 calories and most items contain fewer than 300 calories. The meals are designed to serve 2 people while the sides, snacks, and sweets can usually satisfy 1-3 people, depending on appetite. The portions are not too large and individuals with big appetites may need to supplement the meals with 1-2 sides. The meals usually come in 8-10 oz. packages, which amounts to 4-5 oz. per serving.
Subscription Flexibility
Hungryroot allows you to skip a delivery or modify or cancel your subscription at any time, problem-free, directly from your Hungryroot account. All changes should be made by 5 pm EST the Friday before the delivery is scheduled.
Refunds
If you receive damaged goods or notice something is missing from your order, Hungryroot urges you to get in touch with the support staff immediately. You cannot get a replacement or a refund, but you can get a credit for missing/damaged items. The credit automatically applies to your next order.
Chef's Plate
Best For
Best for Canadian home cooks who like to experiment with different flavors
Menu/Meal Plans
Chef's Plate features two menus - the 2 Person Plan and the Family Plan.
Recipes/Meal Options
Chef's Plate provides 9 recipes with the 2 Person Plan and 7 recipes with the Family Plan.
Meal & Recipe Variety
Chef’s Plate recipes are best suited for omnivores and vegetarians, but the service does occasionally provide vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free recipes. The meals can be ready in as little as 15 minutes and if you want to minimize cleanup, you can opt for one-pot wonders. The menu features comfort food from around the world.
Food Quality
Chef’s Plate sources its natural ingredients from national and local farms that employ good sustainability practices. Its goal is to get its ingredients from the closest sources in order to ensure maximum freshness, quality, and flavor.
Nutritional Value & Portion Size
With Chef’s Plate, the calorie count normally ranges from 430 to 720 calories per serving. The portions are ample and should satisfy adults with a healthy appetite. The meals are usually well-balanced, with moderate carb content.
Subscription Flexibility
With Chef’s Plate, you can manage your orders up to 4 months in advance. If you would like to edit your order, skip a week or cancel your delivery, you must inform the company before the weekly deadline at Thursday 11:59pm EST for Monday deliveries or Monday at 11:59pm EST for Thursday deliveries.
Refunds
If you are not satisfied with your order from Chef’s Plate, you may receive a credit for your next delivery.

Suitable For

Hungryroot
Meals For Families
Meals For Kids
Meals For Seniors
Meals For One
Chef's Plate
Meals For Families
Meals For Kids
Meals For Seniors
Meals For One

Compare Meal Options

Hungryroot
Vegetarian Meals
Vegan Meals
Paleo Meals
Keto Meals
Low-Carb Meals
Low-Fat Meals
Meals For Diabetics
Gluten-Free Meals
Organic Meals
Weight Loss Meals
Chef's Plate
Vegetarian Meals
Vegan Meals
Paleo Meals
Keto Meals
Low-Carb Meals
Low-Fat Meals
Meals For Diabetics
Gluten-Free Meals
Organic Meals
Weight Loss Meals

Compare Sample Meals

Hungryroot
Chef's Plate

Compare Extras

Hungryroot
A La Carte Menu
Gift Cards
Marketplace
Chef's Plate
A La Carte Menu
Gift Cards
Marketplace

Compare Ratings

Hungryroot
FINAL RATING
8.6/10
Meal Options
Variety
Nutritional Value
Portion Size
Flexibility
Price
Chef's Plate
FINAL RATING
8.4/10
Meal Options
Variety
Nutritional Value
Portion Size
Flexibility
Price

Compare User Reviews

Hungryroot
  • Submitted By Rosie Whittle on 06/10/2018
    Just discovered Hungryroots, a colleague brought their pad thai fried rice to work and it looked real good so we shared. I can’t remember having a better meal ever since I switched to plant based. I ordered the starter set today, if everything is as good as the rice, I’m getting a lifetime subscription :D
  • Submitted By Joey Nash on 04/18/2018
    Everything great except for the portions, could be larger. I can eat the whole meal myself and it’s supposed to be 2 servings.
  • Submitted By Lisa Henderson on 04/15/2018
    Got my first box yesterday, loved the packaging and everything looked and smelled really nice. I was just surprised that there are such great differences in taste and quality among meals, some were awesome and some just meh. But I guess it takes a couple of orders to figure out what you like.
Chef's Plate
  • Submitted By Mark Addelman on 12/19/2017
    There is nothing really wrong with the service, I guess I just thought that the meals be less… ordinary.
  • Submitted By Stephen Fraser on 12/02/2017
    My girlfriend dumped me 7 ½ months ago and I had to start cooking on my own. A friend recommended Chef’s Plate and helped me solve the problem instantly. I now even enjoy cooking and the prices are really ok.
  • Submitted By Martha Evans on 11/12/2017
    Food allergies are a real thing and there are many people who are allergic to gluten, dairy, etc. I don’t see how you expect to get a lot of customers if you refuse to offer allergen-free meals.
  • Submitted By Fiona Pool on 10/27/2017
    Pretty good, a nice discount every now and then wouldn’t hurt.

Winner

Hungryroot is a vegan meal kit service that offers ready-made and ready-to-cook plant-based food, ranging from scrumptious veggie tacos to irresistible raw cookie dough. In this detailed Hungryroot review, we discover what it is like to cook with this meal kit service and explore its vast selection of veggie meals, snacks, and desserts.

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