Here at The Bride’s Diary, we do not believe in fad diets, extreme exercise programs, and unattainable ideals. Our ethos is ‘moderation’ with a dedication to a total well-being approach to any pre-wedding health and fitness regime. We are obsessed with whole foods, home cooked meals and just the right number of ‘healthy’ treats to keep us happy!
We particularly love promoting like-minded companies who are dedicated to making life healthier and happier for all of us. And, we absolutely love HelloFresh who create delicious foods for optimum health and well-being! Plus we have a voucher code which will get you $35 off your first HelloFresh box.
For many brides and grooms, being caught up in wedding planning tasks means that there is less time for cooking and yet making your meals from scratch is the key to a balanced pre-wedding diet. Recipe kit delivery service HelloFresh can help you eat healthy every day in the lead-up to your big day but without the hassle of planning, shopping and sourcing recipes. You simply choose your weekly menu and you receive a box with fresh, healthy ingredients along with recipes put together by a team of chefs directly at your doorstep.
All of their menus are overseen by their dedicated team led by Australian Founder, Tom Rutledge. Tom was a finalist on Masterchef and loves to show how delicious food can be made using simple, healthy ingredients.
HelloFresh caame up with their unique concept after conducting research which showed that 87% of Australians wants to be more adventurous in the kitchen but 68% have less than ten recipes in their repertoire and admit that they are too busy to find meals everyone in the family will enjoy. Over a half of people polled said that cooking was more stressful than going to work. HelloFresh CEO Tom Rutledge said that their study was commissioned as a part of the company’s campaign to encourage Australians to cook and eat healthy food. HelloFresh was first to introduce the meal kit concept in Australia, delivering seasonal ingredients in all the right amounts together with quick and easy recipes.
HelloFresh has classic, veggie and family boxes, each containing quality ingredients for the most delicious, modern dishes. It takes between 25 and 40 minutes to prepare each dish, so everyone can find the time to make a healthy dinner every day. Recipes are inspired by different cuisines from around the world, so you will find a wonderful variety of food ranging from traditional chicken schnitzel to Korean style beef, a Mexican bean and brown rice bowl and delicious veggie burgers.
HelloFresh has partnered with some of Australia’s best food suppliers to ensure their customers have the highest quality meat, dairy products, gourmet sauces and fresh produce. They are working with Argyle Prestige Meats which have Angus beef that is second to none, Roza’s Gourmet famous for the extensive range of gourmet sauces and dips, Moo Premium Foods renowned for their Greek yoghurt as well as other delicious dairy products and Island Curries which specialise in superb, preservative-free curry pastes.
HelloFresh has expanded from Tom Rutledge’s own kitchen in Sydney to service customers in South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and the Northern Territory. They deliver millions of meals all over Australia each year via their yummy meal kit boxes.
HelloFresh is offering a special deal for readers of The Bride’s Diary, and we couldn’t be more delighted! By using the code CJHELLO35 you will receive $35 OFF of your first box!
Their subscription boxes are ideal for engaged couples who don’t have time for cooking in the busy pre-wedding planning phase, but can also make a fabulous present for newly-wed couples which will help them kick-start married life in the most healthy and delicious way!
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