We’re just breaking into week three of our One Pot October challenge and it’s going so well. These recipes are all super tasty, easily customized to your preferences (GF, DF, or even Vegan/Vegetarian) and they’re making our weeks easier! We hope you are experiencing the same results from planning out your weeks with these recipes from […] . . .
Have you joined our One Pot October Challenge? If you haven’t (or even if you have…) keep reading for the amazing reasons why you should get started today! Join One Pot October Week One: Wrap Up It’s been an awesome first week of the challenge and we’re so excited by your participation. If you […] . . .
Sometimes we hear from customers that even with a tool like Plan to Eat, the process of planning meals and actually getting them on the table can feel daunting. If you are new to meal planning and aren’t sure where to start, this post is for you! Sandy Hall is an Integrative Wellness & Life […] . . .
Fall foods are my favorite to cook, and more importantly, to eat! This month’s challenge incorporates fall flavors using warm simmering sauces, scrumptious pastas, and soups/stews, all done on an incredibly delicious budget. This month, we’ve partnered with the blog, Budget Bytes, to bring you a revamp of one of our favorite challenges from earlier this year: One Pot […] . . .
We are excited to be partnering with 100 Days of Real Food to bring you September’s Make Ahead Meal Plan Challenge — 20 simple and delicious recipes that can be a single night’s dinner, or scaled up to make extras that go into your freezer. Having extras in your freezer can be a lifesaver on the […] . . .
What can be one of the most stressful for parents is that age-old question: what to make for dinner? During this time of year, this can be an especially difficult question to answer and we’re here to help! Here are some no-fail, quick and easy recipes that can answer that question for you and from […] . . .
We were forced into meal planning. My family started because my wife was sick with layers of complicated food allergies and we could no longer eat the easy foods that were once available to us. If we didn’t change our lifestyle and our relationship to food, we simply wouldn’t eat. We had to start meal planning to […] . . .
It’s week 3 of our Back to School with Real Food challenge! Some of you have started school already, and some are embracing those last few days of summer before the busyness of this new season begins. Whether you’ve begun school or not, it’s never too late to start a plan to make this the easiest […] . . .
“One of my biggest tips in ensuring that we eat real food is ensuring that it’s around. It’s easy to just pick up packaged snacks, but it’s just as easy to grab homemade snacks if you have them on hand. Since this may be one of your last weeks before school starts, take some time to bake and prepare foods that you can freeze and […] . . .
Plan to Eat is completely customizable, which makes it a great tool for anyone on a special diet. Regardless of whether you are into Paleo, Vegetarian, Vegan, battling food allergies, or able to eat anything (lucky you!!), Plan to Eat is your place to collect and organize recipes that are specific and perfect for you. It happens that two […] . . .