Chick-fil-A Introduces Meal Kits, Guaranteeing We’ll Never Leave Home Again

In the era of coronavirus quarantine, meal kits are the new dining out. They let us eat delicious food we wouldn’t normally have access to with minimal effort. While most meal kits have an angle, whether it’s healthy, vegan, gluten-free, or organic food, there haven’t been a lot of options for those of us who (let’s be honest) don’t give AF about nutrition and just want to have a party in our mouths with some comfort food. That is, until now. Chick-fil-A is rolling out meal kits this month, with about half of its locations participating.

The fast-food restaurant actually tried this idea out back in 2018, when meal kits were trending but not as essential as they’ve become in our current shelter-in-place society. Now, they’re sure to find a captive (and famished) audience as we exhaust all our homemade recipes and the menus of our favorite take-out haunts.

Rather than require a subscription, Chick-fil-A’s meal kits will be available for pick-up or delivery whenever you want ’em, though only in one variety: chicken Parmesan. The kit provides two breaded, grilled, or spicy chicken filets, plus marinara sauce, cheese, and a side of creamy garlic and lemon pasta.

Cover Photo: Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A

Photo: Chick-fil-A

Everything is pre-cooked, so all you have to do is reheat it. At $14.99 to feed two people, the price is right, too. So what are you clucking waiting for? Let’s get cooking.

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