Company’s Comin’ is a monthly subscription box that delivers gourmet food mixes right to your door.
Each month you’ll receive four different food mixes that can include casseroles, soups, cheese balls, pot pies, dips, and more. All of the mixes are handmade in their facility in Hearne, Texas. A variety of different products are available in a wide range of cuisines including vegetarian and gluten-free.
There are four different box options to choose from. The following are $29.95/month: 4 Casserole Box, 2 Soups & 2 Casseroles Box, or 4 Soups box. You can also choose a larger box for $59.95/month which includes 3 Casseroles, 2 Soups, 2 Cheese Balls, & 2 Dips. Shipping is free with all orders.
Let’s see what’s in my August 2015 Company’s Comin’ box!
Everything was shipped in a small priority mail box.
A peek inside! I had no idea what would be hidden in there.
Chicken Pot Pie Casserole Mix – This mix includes noodles and a chicken base powder. Just add the powder & pasta to water, then throw in some mixed vegetables and chicken. Cook according to the instructions on the bag until pasta is done and pour it into a casserole dish. Top it with store-bought crescent roll dough and bake until browned. Easy!
Mexican Casserole Mix – The second casserole has a Mexican twist. It requires a pound of hamburger meat, black or ranch style beans, and Monterey Jack cheese. Just boil the pasta with the mix, drain it, then add the beans & meat and pour into casserole dish. Top with cheese, bake, and eat.
Grandpa Bo’s Baked Potato Soup Mix – I was hoping this would be vegan-friendly (or at least vegetarian), but it contains a chicken base and bacon bits. Ah well. This is a super easy soup that simply involves adding the mix to milk, bring it to a near boil, then simmering until thickened.
Confederate Chicken Enchilada Soup Mix – Another quicky & easy soup mix. Again, just empty the packet into a pot of milk, bring almost to a boil, simmer, and serve once thickened.
Strawberry Reusable Shopping Tote – Every order is shipped inside of a reusable shopping tote and this one is freakin’ ADORABLE. I have no shortage of totes around here, but I think this is the cutest. The left bottom corner of the bag has a thicker red fabric that you can stuff the rest of the bag into when not in use… When all tucked in it looks like a big strawberry. Ahhh! I love it.
Although I won’t be enjoying these mixes myself, I do think Company’s Comin’ is a great subscription for anyone looking to make quick and easy dinners with minimal extra ingredients needed. Plus, I like that they include reusable shopping bags with each shipment. Especially if they’re all as cute as the strawberry one I received!
August 2015 Company's Comin' Review
An ideal box for anyone wanting to have a few easy meals on hand throughout the month. They all require basic ingredients that most people have on hand — the soup only requires milk, so it’s great for people who want a homecooked meal but don’t really enjoy cooking.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.