Healthy, freshly prepared meals, delivered to you each week using local, organic foods and sustainable packaging.

Healthy Cravings meals are a great option for:

  • Busy professionals
  • Families that want a ready alternative to fast food
  • People who don’t like to cook
  • People with dietary restrictions

Healthy Cravings meals are a thoughtful gift for:

  • New parents
  • Families dealing with illness
  • Students
  • A grieving family
  • Date night

Happy Customers

We are very grateful for Julie’s food. it is healthy, creative, and it’s been big part of losing weight for us, we don’t overeat at dinner, and I don’t snack while cooking, because I don’t do any cooking. It has freed us from shopping, cooking and the high calorie content of going out to eat. We work evenings and dinner was always a rush at a restaurant. Now we are healthy and well fed.


Healthy Cravings provides tasty, convenient & healthy meal options for those who are busy but still want to eat clean & nutritious meals. Julie provides prompt, efficient free delivery and friendly service.


Healthy Cravings (HC) has made a big difference in my life as a busy working woman. HC offers the highest quality of service along with very healthy, fresh, & extremely delicious meals. It is always exciting to receive weekly menus and Julie’s food each week. Healthy Cravings is very willing to accommodate people with food sensitivities. Portion sizes are generous and weekly meals are affordable. HC is a great help and a lovely treat. Thank you so much, Julie! You, your food & helpers are all deeply appreciated!


Great service at fair price. The selections are good and high quality.


Food for Thought

Sweet Potatoes!

The sweet potato is a root vegetable, and similar to other root vegetables it is a good source of potassium. Sweet potatoes are not related to potatoes (Solanaceae family) or yams (Dioscoreaceae family); sweet potatoes are members of the Convolvulacea family.

Sweet potatoes are nutrition gold in so far as they are good sources of fiber, pyridoxine, niacin, pantothenic acid, thiamine, manganese, magnesium, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, carotenoids (e.g., beta-carotene), copper, calcium, iron, and, as mentioned above, potassium. These nutrients allow sweet potatoes to be anti-inflammatory, research supports their role in stabilizing blood sugar, and some research points to sweet potatoes boosting brain function in animal studies.