ButcherBox Review: Is the Monthly Meat Delivery Service for you?

If you’re looking for an honest Butcher Box review, then you’ve come to the right place. The goal of this post is to share all you need to know about ButcherBox, the monthly meat delivery service, known for delivering humanely raised, premium cuts of beef, chicken, and pork directly to your doorstep. There are a few truly unique elements that set ButcherBox apart from other delivery services. The main one being their monthly specials for new subscribers! Continue reading to learn more about ButcherBox and how you can not only score free ground beef, burgers, bacon, wings, turkeys, lobster tails, and much more but a discount on your first box by using my affiliate links.

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Butcher Box works with farmers, cooperatives, and USDA approved meat processing facilities to distribute humanely raised antibiotic-free high-quality meat. They specialize in delivering 100% grass-fed, grass-finished beef, heritage breed pork, and free-range organic chicken to your front doorstep each month. If you’re unable to locate quality meat in your area, this may be a good option for you.


Choose Your Box | Five Curated Box Types

Butcher Box is a monthly subscription service. To get started you simply chose from their five curated boxes of high-quality beef, chicken, or pork. You have the option of customizing your own box or allowing Butcher Box to create your order for you via their four boxed options.

  • Custom Box
  • Mixed Box (most popular)
  • Beef Only Box
  • Chicken & Beef Box (what I ordered)
  • Pork & Beef Box

The Custom Box comes in two (weight-based) sizes: Classic and Big. It’s the only option that allows you to choose the exact cuts of meat that come in your box. The remaining four boxes allow you to choose your meat type based on a set number of meals. Although you can only select your exact cuts of meat with the custom box, you can customize any box with special add-ons like Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon and Applewood Smoked Uncured Bacon!


  • Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon- 2lb
  • Ground Beef Brick- 2x1lb
  • Breakfast Sausage (1lb)
  • Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast – 3x1lb
  • Whole Pork Tenderloin
  • Boneless Pork Chops (4/8oz)

Meals & Price

After you’ve chosen your box, you then select the size of your box. I went with the smaller box, which consists of 24 meals at $5.38 per meal for a total cost of $129. The larger box – which is recommended for large families and those with deep freezers – consists of 48 meals at $4.96 per meal for a total cost of $238. The larger box offers a slight discount, possibly making it the best value! As a family of three, we were quite pleased with the smaller box option.

Butcher Box Review
Korean BBQ Beef Bowl


Now that I’ve gotten all the technical stuff out of the way, let me share with you my personal ButcherBox Review.

Monthly Subscription Service Delivery

ButcherBox delivers fresh, frozen meat directly to your front doorstep. Because I live in Houston, when I received a notification from Amazon that my box had arrived I panicked at the thought of meat sitting in front of my house in 100-degree temperatures. But, I was pleased to see that the packaging kept the meat completely frozen for a couple of hours. It was still frozen solid by the time I made it home to transfer it to the deep freezer.

Humanely Raised, Premium Cuts of Meat

The quality of meat that I serve my family is very important to me. My 2-year-old just loves chicken. I literally make her fresh, pan-seared chicken thighs every evening. Yes! I’m that mom. So when I read about the sustainable sourcing of ButcherBox meats, I was very interested in trying out their service. As we do not consume pork, I decided that the small beef & chicken box was the best option. Our box came with organic chicken breasts, chicken thighs, drumsticks, grass-fed top-sirloin steaks, and 4 packages of finely ground, grass-fed beef (1 lb each).

I’ve prepared a few meals, but am still making my way through the box. Thus far I have been very pleased with the taste of the meat. The cuts of organic chicken, specifically thighs and breasts, were quite girthy. I was able to get a few extra portions by slicing them in half. The finely ground, grass-fed, grass-finished beef was clean and robust in flavor, with a meat-to-fat ratio of 85% meat to 15% fat. Our box also included one of the most versatile cuts of beef, top sirloin. I am not a fan of steak, and honestly don’t even know how to prepare it. My husband is the steak-man and prepared them for us. The Top Sirloin had a rich flavor profile that reminded me of a juicy Sunday roast, but with the texture of a steak. It was absolutely divine.


If you’re thinking about giving a monthly subscription service a try, I highly suggest ButcherBox. Ordering one small box to determine for yourself if  BB is a good fit for you and your family is a great way to try out this service. The ButcherBox reviews that I have read online led me to believe that the all-beef box provides consumers the best bang for their buck, mainly because steaks are a bit more expensive than organic chicken and heritage breed pork. Most folks can find those two aforementioned items at their local grocery store for a reasonable price. The all-beef box is going to be my choice for box number two because I will definitely be ordering another box.

Check out my latest Butcher Box Recipe: Korean BBQ Beef Bowls

I received the product(s) mentioned in this post for free from Butcher Box. This post also contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

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