Terra’s Kitchen focuses on fresh, farm picked produce and seasonal ingredients that are delivered straight to your door using a state-of-the-art transport vessel. Their recipes are fresh tasting, never canned and focus on sustainability along with creativity.

Meals focusing on the farm-to-table way of life.


Scoring and Rating

Meal Options: (Rating: 10/10)

The Good

Terra's Kitchen Ordering

Terra's Kitchen Ordering Options

When you first sign up, you will tell Terra’s Kitchen if you like a little bit of everything or if you are a vegetarian – that way they suggest meals that you would be interested in. You can change your preferences at any time toon.

Terra's Kitchen Menu Options

Each week you can choose from a large list of recipes – though the number you choose from will change weekly.

Terra's Kitchen Add-ons

If you want more meat with your dishes, you can actually order extra proteins from Terra’s Kitchen to include with your recipe. This is the only company I have seen that offers this.

Terra's Kitchen Salad Fruit Add-ons

If you want to add a side salad or something fresh to compliment your dishes, Terra’s Kitchen lets you also select add-on salads from their menu.

You can order as many as three meals per week and up to four servings per meal.

Terra’s Kitchen also has gluten-free, vegan and Paleo meals. They may not have as many to choose from, but they offer them to their customers.

The Bad

Nothing. The options with Terra’s Kitchen are impressive.

Flexibility: (Rating: 10/10)

The Good

Terra’s Kitchen is very flexible. Each week you can pick through a large array of menu options and add-ons. If you don’t like what they automatically chose for you (which is based on your profile), you can substitute. The amount of recipes to choose weekly varies, but you will have more than enough for your three meals.

There are no combination limits and Terra’s Kitchen allows you to be as creative with your menu and add-ons as you would like.

If you do not like what is offered up that week or you just don’t want to cook with Terra’s Kitchen that week, you can easily skip.

Terra’s Kitchen also makes cancelling your account easy. You can pause or cancel on your dashboard.

The Bad

Nothing. Terra’s Kitchen is extremely flexible.

Food Variety: (Rating: 9/10)

The Good

Terra’s Kitchen offers excellent variety with their menu. They still encourage experimentation, but don’t go overboard with complex flavors – which is good if you plan to use this for your entire family.

For example, this week they are offering recipes like Avocado Lime Corn Soup, Happy Chicken Salad Bowl, and Roasted Salmon with Cucumber Carrot Slaw. They use ingredients that you are familiar with, but also branch out.

Terra's Kitchen Enchilada Final

Terra's Kitchen Terrachiladas

When I made their Terrachiladas, for example, they did a salsa verde, but used spinach. I never would have thought to do that myself.

The Bad

They do have a lot of repeating recipes. Four weeks after I ordered, they still were offering similar menu items from when I had to choose. Because they repeat, people that do this weekly may find there isn’t enough variety.

Nutrition/Quality: (Rating: 10/10)

The Good

Terra's Kitchen Nutrition Information

Terra’s Kitchen has clear nutritional information on their recipe cards. They also state what category of meal – such as gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, etc. They include more than just the calorie count. While they don’t say on their site what their recipes average in calories, most of them had impressively low calories per serving.

All of the ingredients I received from Terra’s Kitchen were extremely fresh – which just proves they do the farm-to-table concept.

The Bad

Nothing. Terra’s Kitchen features fresh ingredients, great herbs and spices and all of their meals offered a great per serving calorie count.

Cost: (Rating: 7/10)

The Good

Terra’s Kitchen has varying prices. Their meals, which are two servings per meal, will range from $9.99 per serving to $17.99 per serving. The majority of their recipes fall between $10.99 and $13.99 from what I have seen.

The add-ons with Terra’s Kitchen are anywhere from $3.99 to $9.99 per serving and include things like one-serving salads, desserts, etc.

With Terra’s Kitchen, you just pay weekly for your meals and can order up to three meals per week with as many as four servings per meal.

The Bad

Terra’s Kitchen doesn’t have a flat per serving price. Instead, each meal has it’s own per serving price. This allows you to pick and choose within your budget, but some meals can go as high as $17.99 per serving! For example, their grilled lamb dish is $16.99 per serving. This is a lot more expensive than other meal kit delivery services and could be too far out of reach for most customers (especially those doing family plans).

Recipes: (Rating: 10/10)

Find out our results when we tested Terra's Kitchen's Recipes!
The Good

Terra's Kitchen Terrachilada Recipe Back

Terrachilada Recipe Card Back

All of Terra’s Kitchen recipes have step-by-step instructions (complete with pictures). They were very well-written, easy to follow and they included recipe ingredient amounts so I could easily recreate the Terra’s Kitchen recipes I liked at home again.

Terra's Kitchen Pro Tips

All of the recipe cards feature a pro tip so that you can get the most out of your recipe.

Terra's Kitchen Enchilada Final

All of my recipes from Terra’s Kitchen turned out just like the recipe card. It was quite impressive how easy they were to make – and how tasty they were with so few ingredients.

I was impressed with their food and enjoyed all of the recipes they sent me.

The Bad

Nothing. I found Terra’s Kitchen recipes very impressive. The food turned out great as well.

Packaging: (Rating: 9/10)

The Good

Terra's Kitchen Pickup Date

Each vessel comes with an inventory that specifies your pickup day. This is usually the next business day after delivery. You will place the vessel back on your porch and FedEx or UPS will come for it on the pickup date.

Terra's Kitchen Vessel Handles

Each vessel comes equipped with heavy duty handles on the side – making it easier to lift your box inside.

Terra's Kitchen Box Exterior

The exterior of the Terra’s Kitchen vessels are clamped shut, but easy to open.

Terra's Kitchen Initial Box Open

When you first open the vessel, you will find your recipes on the inside of the front of the box and then the pre-filled trays and ice packs on the inside. It is one of the most unique packaging we’ve seen with meal kit delivery services.

Terra's Kitchen Ingredients in Vessel

Each pull out tray has different ingredients. They strategically place them with ice packs. What is great about this is each shelf is chilled from the top and bottom – so everything was extremely cold upon arrival.

Terra's Kitchen product lables

The Terra’s Kitchen items are individually labeled. They state what is in the package, how to store it and they all have barcodes for in-house tracking. At the top, the package will have a number in the corner. This number corresponds with the number on the recipe card – so you can easily identify what goes with what recipe.

Terra's Kitchen Shelving

Each shelf has the ingredients placed so that they can stay cold.

Terra's Kitchen pre-made Pico

There was a lot of preassembled, pre made ingredients with Terra’s Kitchen to help cut down on prep and cook times. For example, both recipes called for pico de gallo, which was already made and ready to use.

The Bad

Terra's Kitchen Packages

The one issue with these individually packaged ingredients is storage space. They take up a lot of space in the fridge – compared to the meal kit bags that everyone else sends.

Shipping/Delivery: (Rating: 8/10)

The Good

Meals are delivered weekly in Terra’s Kitchen vessels. These vessels are extremely well-insulated and even better, shipping is still free (with a minimum order of $64.99).

You are allowed to choose the delivery day (including Saturdays). Your options for delivery days will depend on where you live.

Terra’s Kitchen does ship during the summer and their vessels are equipped to handle extreme temperatures. Mine held up even in 100 degree weather.

The Bad

Shipping is only free after you reach the $64.99 per order mark. This is fairly easy to do with the cost of Terra’s Kitchen meals, but still, could be an issue for some. If you don’t reach the free shipping cut off, then shipping will depend on the order.

Terra’s Kitchen is not clear about where they can and cannot ship to. We assume they cannot ship to Alaska and Hawaii (like most of these services), but they don’t specify other regions. Instead, they require that you setup an account.

Gifting: (Rating: 9/10)

The Good

Terra's Kitchen Gift Cards

Terra’s Kitchen offers gift cards. You can purchase in amounts ranging from $25 to $300. You then fill out the details, create a message, and the gift card is delivered to your recipient.

The Bad:

There are no gift memberships with Terra’s Kitchen. But, I find gift cards much more flexible and better. That way recipients can pick and choose what they want and not be locked into a specific membership plan or amount.

Customer Service/Support: (Rating: 9/10)

The Good

Terra’s Kitchen has plenty of ways to reach their customer service – from email to social media.

They offer a 100% freshness and quality guarantee. If there are any issues with your vessel or its contents, you have up to seven days to report it to their customer care line. They will then issue a refund or credit voucher – depending on the issue. They may require photographic documentation for certain issues.

The Bad:
Terra’s Kitchen doesn’t specifically mention their customer service line, but they do have one. Nor do they mention customer service hours.

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Terra's Kitchen Pricing

Free shipping with orders over $64.99

Add-Ons: These are one-serving add-ons that range from $3.99 to $9.99 per serving – depending on what is ordered.

Meals: Meals with Terra’s Kitchen start at two servings and go as high as four servings. Starting at $9.99 to $17.99 per serving.

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Terra's Kitchen offers farm-fresh, chef-inspired cuisine that suits the season. Each week, have your meals delivered in a unique, ...
# of Meals/Week

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7


2 Adults, 4 Adults

# of Menu Options


Cost Per Serving

$9.99 – $17.99

Special Meal Types Available

Gluten Free, Low Calorie, Paleo, Vegan, Vegetarian

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Cooking Skills: Novice

While the recipes sound complicated, they are extremely easy for anyone to prepare. Terra’s Kitchen recipes are even simple enough for the kids to help out on – mind did.

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Who Would Enjoy This Meal Delivery Service

Terra’s Kitchen has farm-fresh recipes, but their prices are a lot higher than other companies. So, they may not be suitable for those looking for a weekly meal delivery service – because the cost for a week’s worth of food is rather pricey from here. That being said, they have family-friendly recipes and plans that also accommodate busy couples. Because they do a lot of the prep work, recipes come together quickly – so if you want weeknight meals you can complete in a pinch, Terra’s Kitchen will work for you too.

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Terra's Kitchen Specifications


Pricing & Plans – Meal Kits

Average Price Per Serving: $9.99 to $17.99

# of Available Plans/Boxes: 1

Paid Weekly or Monthly: Weekly

# of Meals per Week








# of Servings

2 Adults

4 Adults

Types of Meals

Gluten Free

Low Calorie




Meal Options

You Pick Your Meals

Average Calorie Count per Recipe: unavailable

How Many Meals(Recipes) to choose from each week?: 35

Preview Recipes


Provide Photos with Recipes

Offer Tips and Tidbits

Cooking Skill Level


Gifting Options

Offer Gift Certificates


Offer Summer Shipping

Free Shipping

Shipping Costs: $0

Have Delivery Zip Code Limitations

Customer Service

Phone Support

Email Support

Provide Return or Guarntee Policy

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What We Like About Terra's Kitchen

Terra's Kitchen Wine and Beer Pairing

Wine and Beer Pairings: Each recipe comes with suggested wines and beers that will bring out the flavors of the food.

Reusable Vessels: The vessels used by Terra’s Kitchen are not just unique, but they are reusable up to 100 times before they have to be discarded. They take the whole waste reduction mission to an entirely different level – and they are by far the most impressive when it comes to packaging in general.

Table Talk: One cute feature of the Terra’s Kitchen recipes was the Table Talk feature. Each recipe had a table talk idea prompt to get more conversation at the table.

Huge Portions: Each recipe I received was designed for two people, but they were easily split between two adults and two children. I mean, the enchiladas, for example, had three enchiladas per person.

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What We Don't Like About Terra's Kitchen

High Per Serving Price: Terra’s Kitchen is definitely expensive. With the fact they offer freeshipping, I’m assuming the high cost covers part of the vessel. That being said, Terra’s Kitchen had the best-tasting and best quality recipes I found after testing – so you do get what you pay for.

Repeating Recipes: While repeating recipes can be good, they can also leave people who order from Terra’s Kitchen on a weekly basis without adequate options – and no one wants to repeat.

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Final Thoughts

Overall, Terra’s Kitchen is an impressive collection of recipes that all feature the farm-to-table concept. Ingredients are fresh, recipes are fun, and I highly recommend them to anyone that wants to branch out and try a meal kit delivery service at home.

9.1 Total Score
Farm to Table Fresh Meals Delivered Weekly

Enjoy the farm-to-table concept with exceptionally fresh meals delivered in a eco-friendly, state-of-the-art vessel. Terra's Kitchen offers the ultimate experience in cooking while keeping their dinners quick and easy to prepare.

Meal Options
Food Variety
Customer Service/Support
  • Free Shipping
  • No Contracts
  • Unique Shipping Vessel
  • Farm-to-Table Concept
  • Tons of Recipes to Choose From
  • No Combination Limits
  • Excellent Add-Ons
  • Higher Per Serving Cost

Shailynn is a word slinger, chef, Pinterest addict and adult coloring book collector. As our Operations Manager and Senior Researcher/Editor, you will find Shailynn busy finding new companies and topics to research, but also handling the crazy day-to-day on the backend – and by crazy…we mean all of us. She attended the International Culinary Institute, where she studied pastry arts and she worked as an executive pastry chef before hanging up her chef’s hat and decided to work from home as a writer. She is a fanatic for a great cup of coffee or wonderful glass of wine! Shailynn is a mother of three and married to a handsome firefighter.

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