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Lauren Conrad is the next face for HelloFresh!!!

If you spent a majority of your teenage years watching Lauren Conrad thrive in Los Angeles, then you probably know that The Hills is being revived. You’re probably also aware that LC won’t be on the revival. Deep breaths, everyone. I know it’s a total bummer, but the reality star has been keeping busy with other projects — and you can get involved with one of them. More specifically, Conrad partnered with HelloFresh to create meals that you can have delivered to your doorstep. With that being said, Lauren Conrad’s HelloFresh menu will give you the LC fix that you’re going to miss once the revival airs.

According to a press release by MTV, the revival of The Hills will be called The Hills: New Beginnings — and it’s expected to premiere in 2019. However, Conrad will be stealing the spotlight far before then. The fashionista-gone-foodie will have three recipes featured on HelloFresh’s “Capsule Menu” in September and November 2018, and January 2019 — so get hungry. Each month will highlight a specific meal that Conrad loves, and you can check them out below:

September: Sweet-as-Honey Chicken
November: Cauliflower Stir-Fry Bowls
January: Southwestern Chicken Tacos

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When Lauren Conrad decided to leave her era-defining MTV series, The Hills, in 2009, she got a lot of pushback. One person who was unequivocally in Conrad’s corner, however, was her mother. Not only was the elder Conrad supportive, but she also apparently has a knack for predicting business success: Her daughter’s pivot from reality(-ish) TV to lifestyle brand owner was a huge hit.

In the intervening years, Lauren Conrad has had a hand in everything from clothing lines to books, cultivating a uniform aesthetic along the way. More recently, she has focused on the nonprofit she founded with best friend Hannah Skvarla, The Little Market. The women-empowering company works with female artisans all over the world, especially in areas where women have more restricted rights, to help them sell their wares, which range from handbags and accessories to home goods and baby gear. It’s a business model Conrad could better appreciate after hitting a recent milestone in life.

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