The 6 Best Gluten Free Meal Delivery Kits of 2020

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Our Top Picks

Best Overall: Green Chef

"Green Chef is a great option for family-style meals."

Best Budget: Every Plate

"Offers impressive diverse food options."

Best for Families: Home Chef

"You can easily plan your weekly meals with their app."

Best for Two or More: Martha & Marley Spoon

"Has plans with the perfect amount of food for two adults."

Most Environmentally Friendly: Sun Basket

"Highly considers the planet in their packaging and food sourcing."

Best for Last-Minute Meals: Takeout Kit

"Contains all ingredients without needed refrigeration."

Our Top Picks

Best Overall: Green Chef


 Courtesy of Green Chef

Green Chef is certified organic and has Gluten-Free Certification through the Gluten Intolerance Group’s Gluten-Free Food Service program. They also offer at least one vegetarian meal option each week, give the option to get multiple servings/family-style meals, serve a variety of cuisines, and use a creative assortment of fruits, veggies, and whole grains. The packaging is primarily recyclable, reusable, or compostable and the company offsets 100% of its carbon emissions from operations and shipping.

Best Budget: Every Plate


 Courtesy of Everyplate 

Every Plate offers the lowest pricing per serving of any of the major meal kit companies and they still manage to offer up an impressive assortment of menu options. The company is not fully gluten-free, but they do offer options on each week’s menu that do not contain gluten. While they do label allergens, they do not always provide detailed ingredient lists. For example, if teriyaki sauce is used in a recipe, the ingredients in the sauce may not be listed. This means that some ingredients will need to be substituted with options that are guaranteed gluten-free.

Best for Families: Home Chef

Salmon dill, Home chef

 Courtesy of Home chef

Home Chef’s website and app allow you to plan and schedule weekly meals five weeks in advance. This is great for busy families who are juggling multiple social, academic, and extracurricular activity calendars. While this service is not completely gluten-free, the company does label allergens and provides full ingredient lists for each meal. One note: Wheat is labeled in the allergen listings, but since gluten is also found in other grains, it’s important to check the ingredient lists carefully in advance to ensure that the meal is indeed gluten-free.

Looking for more ideas? Read our roundup of the best gluten-free pastas.

Best for Two or More: Martha & Marley Spoon


 Courtesy of Marley Spoon

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Martha & Marley Spoon is experiencing an overload of orders, and are therefore unable to keep up with demand, due to strain on product availability and fulfillment. This may mean that any orders or subscriptions placed through Martha & Marley Spoon will be shipped later than expected. 

Martha & Marley Spoon offers two-person plans that come with the perfect amount of food. You'll still get a variety of meals each week. Worried you'll have too much? You can pause deliveries from week to week as you need. This service is also great for one person: enjoy dinner and then have delicious leftovers for lunch the next day!

Interested in reading more reviews? Take a look at our selection of the best meal kits to buy.

Most Environmentally Friendly: Sun Basket

Shrimp Noodles

 Courtesy of Home Fresh

Not only does Sun Basket offer a gluten-free meal plan, they consider the planet in every aspect of their meal kits. They use organic ingredients, ensure that their meats are both antibiotic and hormone-free (which reduces the number of antibiotics used in the food system), and their seafood is chosen based on recommendations by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Program, which takes ocean health into consideration. Their care for the earth goes beyond the food: the company uses compostable or recyclable packaging.

Best for Last-Minute Meals: Takeout Kit

chicken curry

 Courtesy of Takeout kit 

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Takeout Kit is pausing operations and are therefore unable to process new orders, due to strain on product availability and fulfillment. 

Takeout Kit offers shelf-stable meal prep kits, featuring flavors from around the world. The kits serve four, contain all the ingredients you’ll need to make the meal (even the oil, salt, and pepper), and do not need to be refrigerated—making them the perfect kit to have on hand for unexpected company or those nights when the fridge and pantry are looking bare.

These kits are not a weekly subscription service and all the offerings are not gluten-free, but the company makes it easy to find what meals are gluten-free on their website.

Want to take a look at some other options? See our guide to the best grocery delivery services.

Our Process

Our writers spent 10 hours researching the most popular gluten-free meal delivery kits on the market. Before making their final recommendations, they considered 17 different best gluten-free meal delivery kits overall, screened options from 17 different brands and manufacturers, read over 40 user reviews (both positive and negative), and tested 2 of the gluten-free meal delivery kits themselves. All of this research adds up to recommendations you can trust.


Verywell Fit does not provide medical advice, so before signing up for any of our gluten-free meal delivery recommendations, it's best to consult with a healthcare professional to make sure it's a service that fits your dietary wants and/or requirements.

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