I want to preface this post by stating, that I do not have celiac disease nor do I avoid gluten as a weight-loss technique. I am aware of the seriousness of people having to be gluten-free. I simply try to eliminate it (along with dairy) from my diet as best as possible because my body is much happier 🙂 Sometimes I’m successful, and other times I’m caught at a moment of weakness.
A few weeks ago, I received a Facebook invite to check out Pairdd. Pairdd is a home delivery service that will deliver fresh, gluten-free ingredients to your door for you to prepare a meal. You simply go onto their website, pick a recipe from a gluten-free blogger that sounds tasty to you, order and expect delivery in about a week. Unfortunately, it’s only available to people currently living in Wisconsin.
Last week, I decided to try it out and chose a recipe from my friend, Sarah, at Celiac in the City. With the weather making a nice transition from tank tops & shorts to skinny jeans and boots, I thought it was the perfect time to make my first batch of chili for the year. What really sold me about this recipe wasn’t the chili but it was the parmesan biscuits that served as a side. I’ve never made gluten-free biscuits so I was really excited about these.
My Pairdd box was sitting in the driveway when I arrived home on Tuesday and I couldn’t wait to get cooking!
Everything came packed on ice and included all of the ingredients needed to make Italian chili and parmesan biscuits except milk, salt and pepper. When you order your meal online, the website does inform you of the ingredients you’ll need to have already available in your kitchen.
I love that everything was already measured out and chopped up. And most importantly, I didn’t have to peel garlic!!!! A HUGE plus for me because of all the things to peel, I find garlic to be the WORST! I did have to chop up some onion and green pepper, but that I didn’t mind so much.
Along with the package comes the list ingredients and the recipe to make the meal. So now I have a yummy new recipe to add to my collection.
The directions were super easy to follow and I liked that the box included a picture of the completed meal so that I knew what to expect. The Italian chili was some of the best chili I’ve ever had! Normally, I either make sweet potato and black bean chili or Italian Chili with pasta but this was perfect because it contained meat but didn’t have the heaviness that the pasta adds to chili. It made enough to feed two very hungry adults and a baby x 3 meals. Madelyn loved it as well 🙂 The biscuits were AMAZING and we ended up making 9 decent sized biscuits.
The whole meal cost us $15 because we used a coupon code from Sarah. Normally, the price would’ve been $30 which I still didn’t think was bad for all the ingredients plus delivery.
We will definitely be ordering from Pairdd again! And thanks to Sarah for preparing an AWESOME meal for us!
What’s your favorite thing to get delivered? I’m really loving groceries via Peapod, especially on drill weekends!