Why We’re Obsessed With Chrissy Teigen’s New Venture
Here's how you can have the supermodel’s favorite meals delivered right to your door.
Published May 10, 2018 2:50 PM
Chrissy Teigen may have made her career as a supermodel, but if you follow her on Instagram, you know her true passion: cooking. Since publishing Cravings, her first cookbook, in 2016, the A-lister has been a fixture of the home cooking scene, sharing recipes for comfort food like creamy parmesan eggs and spicy honey butter chicken wings. And now, she’s bringing her dishes to the public in a whole new way.
Today, Teigen announced via Instagram that she’s teamed up meal kit service Blue Apron for a limited-time offer that’ll share all her favorite recipes with easy to use, portioned ingredients—we hope her famous mac and cheese recipe (literally, it was so good it won our celeb mac and cheese recipe cook-off) will be on the menu. While you probably can’t expect too many low-cal options, you can expect dishes that’ll make your tastebuds very happy.
“Guys! I’m so excited to share that I’m partnering with @BlueApron for six weeks to bring you addictive recipes from my cookbook, Cravings!! Blue Apron makes home cooking (a minor obsession of mine) super easy and enjoyable, and I can’t wait for you guys to whip up some of my favorite recipes from the comfort of your own home,” Teigen wrote on Instagram. “Did I mention you don’t have to step foot in the grocery store—or outside your house for that matter? TREAT YO SELF.”
According to Blue Apron’s website, the partnership will run between June 6 and July 9—so for six weeks, customers will get to try some inventive comfort food dishes, courtesy of the supermodel herself. While we don’t have the exact menu just yet, some inspiration for the recipes will be taken from Teigen’s mom, Pepper, whose Thai heritage is a big influence on Teigen’s flare for flavor.
Ready to try the service for yourself? Click here to sign up now: There’s even an option to get $50 off, proving that eating like a supermodel doesn’t have to break the bank.
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