Paleo on the Go Review

Paleo on the Go Review

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Paleo on the Go Menu

As, their name suggests, Paleo on the Go focuses on paleo meals. They go a step further to offer a full AIP compliant menu.  

They have individual meals you can order ala carte, or you can buy one of their monthly bundles which includes 10 different meals, 1 soup, 1 broth, and 1 dessert box. Bundles are lower prices per meal.

Paleo on the Go box

In addition to regular lunch and dinner entrees, they offer breakfasts, soups, broths, and desserts. In fact, their AIP-compliant desserts are the best in meal delivery…hands down.

Their desserts include cake, pie, and cookies. And, their empanadas are super yummy and a really nice change from traditional meal delivery.

Paleo on the Go Empenada
Paleo on the Go Cookies

You can filter by ingredient preferences like coconut-free, seafood-free, pork-free, and cassava-free. Paleo on the Go also offers GAPS-friendly soups and broths. They always make sure to change their soups and entrees as the seasons change.

If you’re looking for holiday meals, Paleo on the Go provides a full Thanksgiving Family Pack, and individual meals like mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, broccoli casserole, cranberry relish, and pumpkin pie.

Ingredient Quality

You’ll notice that while not all ingredients are organic or grass-fed, Paleo on the Go really makes an attempt to include as many high quality ingredients as possible whenever available.

Here’s an ingredients list to give you an idea of what you’ll get:

Paleo on the Go ingredients zoomed
Paleo on the Go Label ingredients


I really liked the meals from Paleo on the Go! Their recipes are tasty and unique, and you can count on different items in the meal bundles each month.

You’d never know this was healthy food because it tastes great!

Beef Short Ribs Paleo on the Go
BBQ Pulled Pork Paleo on the Go

Paleo on the Go Prices

Paleo on the Go offers both meal bundles at a reduced cost, and ala carte meals. Their meals are some of the most expensive in meal delivery, but they are worth it.

When you subscribe to a meal bundle, you save 5% automatically.

Number of Meals Total Cost Cost Per Meal
Meal Bundle (10 Meals, 1 Soup, 1 Broth, 1 Dessert) $225 $17.30
Breakfast Bundle (10 Meals) $135 $13.50
AIP Starter Pack (5 Meals, 1 Broth, 1 Dessert) $99 $14.14
Sweet Tooth Bundle (6 Dessert Boxes) $99 $16.50
Ala Carte Meals $16.75 - $22.75

If you don’t order the minimum of $99 per shipment, shipping costs will be out of sight! 

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Packaging & Recycling

Paleo on the Go ships with a liner and dry ice to keep your meals fresh. Green Cell Plus liner uses fully recyclable and 100% backyard compostable materials

Customer Service

Unlike most meal delivery companies you don’t have to subscribe to regular weekly or monthly deliveries. If you choose to do a subscription on your own schedule, you will save an extra 5% on the meal bundle.

After two shipments, you will be able to pause, change, or cancel your subscription through your customer account (“Manage Subscriptions”) anytime.

Any pause, change, or cancellation must be received a minimum of 24 hours prior to the order recurring.

The Bottom Line

Paleo on the Go is one of the best meal delivery services around, but especially for those who need to follow an AIP diet, it’s almost essential.

Their food tastes great, the recipes change with the seasons, and is low calorie and incredibly healthy.

What we liked:

  • No subscription required
  • Great tasting
  • Good quality ingredients
  • Lots of meal selection
  • Unique items like empanadas
  • Desserts!

What we didn’t like:

  • Pricey at about $18/meal
  • Meals delivered frozen

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