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Independence Market: home delivered meals your kids will devour – honest!

If you’re a parent, Independence Market might very well be the greatest discovery you’ll have this week.

It’s a London based food delivery service that will bring delicious comfort food to your door which simply requires warming up and serving.

The menu consists of the sort of dishes that you wish you had time to create for your family. You know, when you wish you had time to trawl the farmers’ market and the fishmongers, whip up a batch of butter from organic milk, peruse one of Nigel Slater’s cookbooks and fire up the Aga. Yeah, I know – right?!

Even more incredible: the price of a main course is pretty much the same as a supermarket ready meal!

There are mains, sides and kids’ dishes (but honestly, your children will demolish the ‘adult’ range anyway) – the choice currently includes meat pie, seafood chowder and meatballs, but it changes weekly.

You can order in the morning for same day delivery, or bulk order and stock up the freezer.

Most of the dishes just need to be popped in the oven or microwave (they come in eco-friendly, disposable oven dishes) – the most ‘cooking’ you might need to do would be to add the provided knob of butter or dash of glaze to a side dish of veg. (Brilliant for those of us who find Hello Fresh a bit too much like hard work…)

BEST NEWS EVER: Slick Mummy readers can get a huge 50% off their first order – just go online, order and use the discount code: Slickmummy. 

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