Daily Harvest New Scoops & Flatbreads

Lately, Jack and I have loved trying Daily Harvest's inventive, plant-forward meals and treats. Read more about our favorites (+why we love them) below!

Daily Harvest Scoops

Special thanks to Daily Harvest for partnering on this post.

Before this spring, Jack and I went out for dinner at least once a week, and we often picked up something quick for lunch during the workday. But in March, that changed. All of a sudden, we were eating every meal at home, every day.

Obviously, I love cooking. But prepping breakfast, lunch, and dinner for both of us (and doing the dishes afterward) takes up a lot of time. Luckily, I signed up for Daily Harvest, a subscription service that delivers thoughtfully-sourced, chef-crafted foods to your door, over the winter. I’d been obsessed with their superfood smoothies from the get-go, and this spring, Jack and I got hooked on their harvest bowls, oat bowls, and chia bowls, soups, flatbreads, and scoops, too!

Daily Harvest Meal Kits

An Easy, Healthy Meal for Any Time of Day

Even though the meals come frozen, they taste unbelievably fresh. The ingredients are super high quality, and the flavor combinations are exciting and unique. We love how easy it is to heat up a healthy lunch, but the meals are also handy because we’ve been limiting trips to the grocery store over the last few months. Even if we haven’t been shopping in over a week, I know that I can enjoy a wholesome meal made with fresh fruits and vegetables at any time of day.

In the morning, I love to blend up the Black Sesame and Banana Smoothie or the Carrot and Cinnamon Smoothie (it tastes like carrot cake!) for breakfast. At lunchtime, I typically grab a bowl like the Sweet Potato and Wild Rice Hash or the Beet and Avocado Poké Bowl. Lately, I’ve also been enjoying Daily Harvest’s newest offerings: their flatbreads and scoops!

Use the code LOVEANDLEMONS for $25 off your first box!


New Daily Harvest Flatbreads

If I’m not in the mood for a bowl, the flatbreads are a great lunch option. They heat up in about 20 minutes in the oven, and they’re totally gluten- and dairy-free! Our favorites are the Kale and Sweet Potato and the Spinach and Artichoke. That one has a broccoli crust and tastes like Spinach Artichoke Dip. Yum!

Flatbreads with fresh herbs

After the flatbreads bake, I like to sprinkle on a few fresh herbs from our little back deck garden.

Daily Harvest Scoops

Daily Harvest Scoops

If we’re craving something sweet for dessert, we pull out the Scoops! Even though they’re treats, they’re made with wholesome, plant-based ingredients like avocado, fresh fruit, and/or cacao.

Daily Harvest Strawberry Scoops Jeanine eating Daily Harvest scoops

We like all the flavors, but I especially love the Strawberry + Rich, Rippled Berry Compote. It’s so good that I hide it at the bottom of the freezer where Jack can’t find it! It’s the PERFECT refreshing, healthy treat for warm summer days.

The Chocolate + Ooey, Gooey Midnight Fudge is also fantastic. Its base is a combination of coconut and avocado, so it’s super fudgy, delicious, and decadent. 

Every time you get a weekly or monthly Daily Harvest delivery, you can customize it with 9, 14, or 24 items. I’m definitely going to add an extra pint (or two) of the Strawberry Scoops to my next box!

Daily Harvest Plant-Based Scoops

If you’re looking for an easy way to add healthy foods to your daily routine, try Daily Harvest! Jack and I have raved about it so much that his sister has started getting deliveries. He eats anything, I eat mostly vegan, and she’s keto. Still, we all have meals we love. We often video chat about what we’ve tried recently (the Broccoli Rice Pilaf is her favorite bowl!). Head to the Daily Harvest site to see what looks good to you, and use the promo code LOVEANDLEMONS for $25 off your first Daily Harvest box!

This post is sponsored by Daily Harvest, whose healthy meals and treats we love.


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  1. Laura

    Just curious.. which plan do you use? I’m thinking of trying but don’t want to make it too easy to stop cooking altogether. I do need a break though… thanks.

    • Jeanine Donofrio

      Hi Laura, usually the 6-8 plan – if it becomes too much, I pause it for a little bit. It’s really flexible to start and pause as needed, or to change the # you want from week to week. I hope you enjoy!

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We love to eat, travel, cook, and eat some more! We create & photograph vegetarian recipes from our home in Chicago, while our shiba pups eat the kale stems that fall on the kitchen floor.