Allplants is a super easy and convenient plant-based ready meals delivery service. They have over 100 exciting meals, desserts, breakfasts and more to choose from so you’re simply spoilt for choice!
Everything from Allplants has been prepared by expert chefs and is of course, 100% plant-based, but whether you’re vegan or not, I urge you to try them out.
You can start by heading over to their website and taking a browse through their online menu. Pick a serving size, fill your delivery box with some tasty meals and then book your delivery, it couldn’t be any easier.
Full ingredients and macros/calories info is listed online, as well as on the individual packages as you would expect.
The Allplants meals arrive frozen so you can pop them straight into the freezer, and sustainability is a key part of what Allplants do because you can send them back the excess, plastic-free packaging for free, to be reused or recycled. I was particularly impressed by this!
To give you an idea of what you can expect from Allplants, I was invited to try some of their products out to share with you all. Here’s everything that I chose for my delivery.
Please note: for the purpose of this review I have kept all the meals in their original containers so that you can see exactly how they come prepared. I cooked all meals as instructed from frozen.
Breakfast: Coconut & Berry Chia Pot
Breakfast is always a good place to start isn’t it? I absolutely loved this Coconut & Berry Chia Pot which was bursting full of flavour with toasted coconut, berry coulis, and vanilla coming through in every mouthful. Very filling, delicious and not too sweet. You can enjoy this chilled or warmed up and the glass pot can be reused or recycled.
Breakfast: Carrot Cake Bircher
I am addicted to carrot cake so I had to try this moreish Carrot Cake Bircher and it did not disappoint. Thick and creamy, it was oh-so satisfying. It has all of the classic flavours of carrot cake!
Dessert: Sticky Banoffee Pudding
Moving onto desserts, these come packaged in the same glass jars as the breakfasts above. I couldn’t resist the Sticky Banoffee Pudding which was decadently rich with toasted pecans and a scrumptious salted date caramel running through it. I enjoyed this slightly warmed up and it was heavenly.
Dessert: Tiramisu Cheescake
Perhaps one of my most favourite desserts in the world, I love Tiramisu and obviously had to try this cheescake version. I have to admit that I was a little sceptical as some vegan tiramisu desserts I have tried in the past have been lacking that classic creamy flavour, but I’m pleased to say that Allplants have created something very special here! I would definitely buy this again.
Protein Power Bowl
The first meal that I tried was the Protein Power Bowl which boasts 26.5g of plant-based protein in each serving. Made up of miso roasted tofu, coconut and edamame smash, with power grains, sweet chilli broccoli, sesame cabbage, and a pea and edamame medley, it packs a punch in flavour and has some amazing textures too. Very filling!
Never one to turn down a pasta dish, the Rigatoni Bolognese is a rich and hearty minced mushroom, lentil and walnut ragu, folded through rigatoni pasta and sprinkled with an almond parm crumb. Again this was very substantial and filling with lots of flavour, though it was a tiny bit too salty at times.
Miso & Tamari Tofu Bowl
I must admit that I wasn’t too much of a fan of this one. The Miso & Tamari Tofu Bowl had some interesting flavours, but the tofu was a little mushy and the edamame and peas a little hard when cooked in the microwave.
Mac & Greens
There are a lot of similar plant-based Mac & Greens meals out there and this one from Allplants is definitely a winner! It features a hearty meal of macaroni tossed through a creamy, cheesy sauce with charred broccoli, fresh greens and a delicious toasted crumb. This was a very comforting meal that’s perfect for a cold evening to warm you up.
Kale & Chickpea Dahl
Usually, I’m a massive fan of Chickpea Dahls but unfortunately, the chickpeas in this meal felt like they were still a little hard and undercooked, despite being in the microwave at the correct setting for the instructed length of time. That said, I did like the overall combination of spices and flavours.
Tofu Tikka Masala
Saving my favourite meal until last, the Tofu Tikka Massala is definitely something that I would buy in bulk to store in my freezer! Tofu marinated in a classic masala blend, roasted with red peppers and sweet onions. Simmered in a rich creamy, tomato curry sauce and served with fluffy coriander rice – what’s not to love?! The masala added a nice amount of subtle spices and the tofu and rice were cooked to perfection.