You Can Feed Yourself Three Times A Week For €1.17 – Here’s How

Get some serious bang for your buck

Harissa Chicken Hotpot With Puy Lentils No Watermark

You have clicked on this article so you must love food, and you definitely love a bargain. 

Well then we are just two peas in a health, food and budget conscious pod. 

Apparently, most people cook at home at least three times a week but deciding what to cook and finding time to buy those ingredients can be our downfall.

So, we've teamed up with Meal Genie to give several Lovin Dublin readers the opportunity to feed themselves three times a week for just €1.17.

Meal Genie supply special meal kits containing everything you need to whip up a healthy and tasty dinner at home and they'll deliver them right to your office so there's no hassle whatsoever!

The food subscription service will be launched in January 2017 but some lucky readers will have the chance to try it out in advance for €1.17. Get it? The first month of 2017...

The usual cost of the subscription is around €60 so it's a bit of a bargain!

Red Lentil Butternut Squash Curry No Watermark
Cauliflower Mash Cottage Pie No Watermark

During the trial, which lasts for two weeks in November, customers who work in Dublin 1, 2 and 4 will be able to sign up for the offer, provided they have access to a kitchen at home and are available to fill out a survey at the end of each week.

So, how does it work?

Meal Genie will provide six different dinner recipe options every week, and you can choose three. Each Monday, Meal Genie will deliver your chosen recipes and enough portioned ingredients for two people per meal to your workplace. 

You will then take them home in a carefully packaged bag and cook to your heart's content!

Satay Chicken Noodle Stir Fry No Watermark

You can sign up to the trial here.

People will be randomly selected for the trial but we have it on good authority that those who miss out will receive a follow-up offer in December!

Happy cooking...

Written By

Louise Donnery

Louise is a writer here at Lovin Dublin. She is a Dublin gal, born and raised, lives nearly entirely on a diet of tapas and can be regularly spotted in popular watering holes around the city.