Between shuttling kids to swim lessons, summer camp, and sleepovers, dinner might be the last thing on your mind. And that’s fine–especially when you’ve got a host of meal kit delivery services at your disposal. There are three amazingly delicious and outrageously healthy services that you must try this summer. Convenience…it’s what’s for dinner!

Green Chef
Green eggs and ham? Not quite. Think: Green as in USDA-certified organic, GMO-free ingredients sent to your doorstep direct from local farmers. This meal kit delivery service is for the family that makes a conscious effort to eat clean dinners. Order the family meal plan, which sends two wholesome dinners for a family of 4 and the cooking is done in 30-45 min. Examples of the scrumptious meals you can be serving up include Hawaiian Pork Fried Rice, Steak & Smashed Potatoes, and Crispy Dijon Chicken.

Cost: $11.99/serving

Terra’s Kitchen

This Baltimore-based meal kit delivery service recently launched “Family Meals,” featuring dinners that feed a crew of four (with growling bellies). Each recipe comes with pre-prepped ingredients and a step-by-step card that guarantees you’ll be chowing down in under 30 minutes. But what makes Terra’s Kitchen stand out is its delivery method–ingredints are delivered in a climate controlled vessel (likened to a mini-fridge) that is reusable and can be left out for next-day pickup. Barbecued Chicken with Summer Tomato Corn Saland and Pork Carnitas Burrito Bowls are just a couple of the mouth watering meals you’ll make in mere minutes.

Cost: $9.99 – $17.99/serving

Sun Basket
Whether you’re following a Paleo diet, your mini is gluten-free, or your family is exploring vegetarianism, there’s a recipe for you. How it works: Simply choose three recipes per week for two to four people from any of the classic meal plans (Chef’s Choice, Rise and Shine Breakfast, Paleo, Gluten Free, or Vegetarian). Best part? You can mix and match recipes to suit your family’s needs. Foodies of all ages will love the Family Menu (2 or 4 meals a week that feed four big appetites). Each kit includes one recipe per week created by Chef Tyler Florence of the Food Network, whose known for sneakily hiding veggies in kid-appealing dishes. Think: summer squash and black bean tacos with cabbage slaw and turkey and spinach meatballs with corkscrew pasta and marinara. Yummmmm!

Cost: $9.99/serving

Have you tried any of these meal kit delivery services? Tell us about them in the comments below. 

–Ayren Jackson-Cannady