Tell me about membership
Membership is FREE. When you become a member, you'll get a £25 introductory gift to spend on meals or items from our General Store, a hand-stitched denim My Supper Hero apron worth £65, free delivery on all orders, and access to exclusive members-only meals, free gifts and prizes. Most importantly, you'll get a digital member's wallet, which will automatically top up with £25 every month. The entire balance of your wallet is available for you to spend whenever you want - there are no membership fees or hidden charges. You can use your entire wallet balance each month, or let it build up over a number of months if you want to splash out on a Sunday Roast or a meal for four. There are no ties or commitments - you can cancel your membership any time you like by clicking here.
Do you cater for specific dietary requirements?
We’re a small start-up. As we grow bigger we hope to cater for a huge range of diets and dietary requirements. But during the early stages, our options for vegetarians, vegans and people with gluten and other intolerances are limited. Please bear with us!
All of our recipes carry a complete list of allergens, but we can’t guarantee that cross contamination won’t occur in our kitchens.
How do I order from My Supper Hero?
Browse our meals, and when you find something you like, add it to your basket. Meals are usually portioned for 2 people, but if you're feeding more people, you can buy a meal for 4 at a discounted price. When you check out, you can choose whether to sign up to become a member for free, or if you want to try us out first, just check out as a guest. For more details, visit our How It Works page.
Do you charge for delivery?
Delivery of all meal kits is currently free to anywhere within mainland UK (sorry - we're not currently able to deliver to Northern Ireland). If you're ordering items from our General Store, a small delivery charge of £5 will be added for orders below £25.
Who are your suppliers?
Our team counts on decades of experience and relationships in the food business. We’re one of the few companies in this space that knows the provenance of every fresh ingredient we use. We work with independent and local suppliers who really care about their products. We know them and they know us.
Our meat and poultry comes from the Rare Breed Meat Company at Herons Farm, near the picturesque Colne and Stour Valleys on the Essex / Suffolk borders. Four generations of the Blackwell family have farmed the land. Today, Howard Blackwell and his eldest son George head up the farm and the businesses that are now established there. Their poultry is cared for in a free-range environment and fed on natural foods, free from any additives or growth promoters. Their livestock is sourced from local mixed family farms which are selected for their adherence to very high animal husbandry standards. It’s the belief in their products that sets Howard and George apart from other suppliers.
All our fish is fresh and sustainable and comes courtesy of Ben and Robin Wright of the Wright brothers of Borough Market.
Our veg is sourced locally and where we can’t find local products, we avoid air freight. Our grocer was established by a Michelin star-ex chef out of Covent Garden and now operates out of Wimbledon. Some of the vegetables we use are “ugly”, but we think that makes them kind of beautiful!
Our lettuce is grown hydroponically by Sebastien Sainsbury’s Crate to Plate 100% sustainable and organic and in terms of freshness, it’s delivered to you within 24 hours of being harvested!
Who founded My Supper Hero?
My Supper Hero was founded in 2021 by Myleene Klass and Jamie Barber. Their mission is to give people everything they need to eat brilliantly at home.
Myleene is a TV & radio presenter, designer, business woman and classically trained musician. Myleene launched a TV career hosting shows such as The Classical BRITS, Popstar To Opera Star, cd:uk and The One Show. As a DJ she has regular weekend radio shows on Classic FM and Smooth FM. Myleene has released several albums which have reached No.1 in the Classical Charts, alongside a couple of parenting books that have reached the Top 10 Sunday Times Bestseller List. Myleene has collaborated with a number of brands including Marks & Spencer, Mothercare, Littlewoods and currently Next with her own range of designs. Myleene lives in London with her blended family - partner Simon and their 5 children.
Jamie trained as a lawyer and practiced at leading media law firm Harbottle & Lewis, acting for a wide range of clients from Virgin to icons including Sir Roger Moore, Sir Michael Caine, and Sir David Frost. Jamie left Harbottles in 2000 to start Mayfair restaurant "Hush" with Sir Roger Moore's son Geoffrey. Since then, Jamie has founded and operated many award winning restaurant groups including Villandry, Kitchen Italia, Sake No Hana, Cabana and Hache Burgers. Jamie is a "dragon" on BBC/Netflix's Million Pound Menu, and is a regular industry commentator. Jamie is a judge for the Great British Entrepreneur Awards and a commentator and investor in FoodTech. Jamie is part of the global entrepreneur's network YPO, and is the European Chair of the Hospitality Network. In a "former life", Jamie was a writer and producer and was signed to Warner Chappell and George Michael's Aegean Records. He still plays Jazz, is a keen tennis player, and regularly embarrasses his children.
Who is the team behind My Supper Hero?
We’re a diverse team made up of a happy mix of ages, ethnicities, and genders. We look after our people and treat them like family. Everyone is equal and we believe in transparency across the board. We want all of our employees to share in the success of My Supper Hero as we grow.
Do you use sustainable packaging?
We hate packaging. But we accept that we need it to get amazing food to you intact and undamaged. We’re committed to using recycled and recyclable packaging and to keeping the amount of plastic we use to a minimum. We’re not just looking at the number of packaging pieces per delivery, but also how we can make the pieces we use as small as possible.
Behind the Recipes - Whole Roasted Cauliflower
I have travelled to Israel several times since I was a teenager in the late 1980s and have a fascination with this beautiful and complex country. My grandmother’s grandfather, Josef Bek Moyal, was in fact one of the founding families of modern day Jaffa in the early 20th century. For an arid country, it has a rich culinary history fusing Middle Eastern flavours with eastern European influences brought to the country by the diaspora.
Anyone that has travelled to the Middle East will be familiar with the musty taste of cumin and the umami punch of sesame tahini and chick peas. The freshness of Israeli cooking has been popularised lately by the charismatic Yotam Ottolenghi, who in turn was mentored by the fabulous Claudia Roden, whom I am proud to say recently enjoyed a My Supper Hero box with me at her home. One of my school friends, Layo Paskin, has done a fabulous job of bringing these flavours to London with his Palomar restaurant which remains one of my loyal favourites.
But when I started to visit Israel, I would always visit a small restaurant in Tel Aviv called North Abraxas which spills out onto the street on rickety café tables bustling with late night chatter. And there, almost 15 years ago, I first tried a charred and gnarly roasted cauliflower cooked by their head chef Eyal Shani, and I believe this humble dish shaped the way people perceive Israeli cooking and flavours around the world.
Our My Supper Hero roasted cauliflower dish is our chance to elevate this simple vegetable. Our head chef Charlie makes a deeply spiced and aromatic marinade infused with garlic, sumac, cumin and parsley and sous-vides the cauliflower in the marinade. We top it with a gremolata of chopped herbs, olive oil and pine nuts, drizzle over some hung yoghurt infused with sumac, then sprinkle over the sharp citrus tang of pomegranate molasses and pomegranate seeds. As TikTok would say, “it's a thing of beauty”!
We pair the dressed cauliflower with an aubergine dip, similar to baba ghanoush, and a flatbread baked over hot pebbles. I discovered this flatbread being made fresh daily in a traditional process in a small bakery in West London and fell in love with its authenticity and flavour.
It is a lovely fresh and colourful dish and I know it’s one of Myleene’s favourites. I’m sure it will be one of yours too.