I was hesitant to review Workweek Lunch because it’s a monthly payment and if you are anything like me, you hate those! I always forget to cancel and get charged a lot of money. But, after some readers asked for it and I started seeing the advertisements everywhere I thought I would review them for you.
This is the only unbiased review online. Even the Workweek lunch reviews on Reddit seem biased. The reason is that all of the other reviews contain referral links and the blogs get paid to do the review. I did not get paid to do this review at all and really just want to share with you what I thought.
If you are short on time I will get right to the point. There are better options out there for meal prepping websites. Workweek Lunch isn’t a scam at all but I really don’t like the monthly payments. Is it worth the cost? I don’t think so.
Instead, I recommend FreezerFit because it’s better overall than any of the other meal prep sites I have tried. You can read that review here: My Review of FreezerFit
This is where I review the categories of each recipe website’s membership. The scores range from 1 to 10 with 10 being the best.
- Number of Recipes: 7
- Recipe Taste: 6
- Recipe Variety: 7
- Cost: 3
- Customer Service: 8
- Ease of use: 7
- Features: 7
Overall score: 6.5
This score is okay but there are definitely better options out there. You can read a review that I gave for another site with the highest score. This site came in with an overall score of 9. Click here to see why I think it is better and gave it such a high score.
WorkWeek Lunch’s Recipes
Some of the meals are really good! The membership program has over 400 recipes. This is a good number of recipes but it’s missing some variety because there is only one chef. They do not offer some of the popular diets like Keto. Some of the recipes take up to 45-minutes to prep. This may not seem like a lot but other sites show you how to prepare 10 meals in only 30 minutes. That’s such a big difference in time.
The recipes are all from one chef and recipe creator. This means the recipes can get old after some time. Some of the other websites have more than one chef so you get a variety of flavors and cuisines.
The recipes do not show you the calorie content. Most people do not check the calories of the meals that they eat every day so this will be okay for some folks. However, a lot of people want to sign up for meal prep with the added benefit of getting healthier or getting in shape. It should be simple to add the calories to the recipes. This by itself made me not want to continue with the membership.
How Easy is it to Use?
This category received a 7 out of 10. It’s not very hard to use but it did take some getting used to. This score is actually fairly good. Some of the links on the website are broken and that can make it hard to navigate. I really like the design of the site because it’s aesthetically pleasing.
Workweek Lunch Cost and Coupon Codes
How much does Workweek Lunch cost? It costs $10 per month. They are good at getting you to sign up for the free account but then it starts charging you $10 per month after that. This is not very expensive but I do not like paying for the same recipes every month. If the price of this membership was a one-time fee I would buy it for $10, but I cannot keep paying $10 every month.
The price for this membership is a little overpriced because of the continual payments. Choose another option instead of Workweek lunch.
Workweek Lunch is just too expensive when there are other meal prep sites out there that do a better job and are a one-time payment. If you used this for 5 years it would cost you $300 for the same 400 recipes. After reviewing other meal prep sites, there has been one clear winner. If you are only looking to join only one site I would recommend looking at Freezerfit.com instead.
I have not been paid to recommend any of these websites. I do this to try the meals and share my experience. Please leave a comment and share your experiences below.