Grocery shopping, with it’s long lines and crowded aisles, can be a drag (where’d they move the almond butter this time?). Lucky for us, the process of physically going to the supermarket is totally optional. The fastest growing and parent-friendliest way to shop for food nowadays is through one of the many grocery delivery sites cropping up. Click through to discover some of our favorites for stocking up on fresh meals. You can thank us after dinner.

Blue Apron

This newish recipe delivery service (they were founded in 2012) believes that there is a little apprentice chef hiding inside of everyone… yes, even you. Dishes in the straightforward kits clock in at 500-700 calories and take an average of 35 minutes to whip up. You can sign up for weekly deliveries, but don’t stress if you are taking the family on vacay— subscriptions can be paused or canceled at any time.

Cost: $8.74/per serving (for family plan)
Online: blueapron.com

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Are there any other amazing food or grocery delivery services that we should know about? Give us the scoop in the comments section below.

—Ayren Jackson-Cannady