Recent Articles from the Blog
Enjoy some of our most recent blog posts from June 2022 on the Plan to Eat blog, including tips & tricks, new recipes, and so much more!
Lemon & Blueberry Gooey Butter Cupcakes
Gooey Butter Cake is a St. Louis, Missouri tradition. The original recipe has a yeasted cake base and gooey topping that includes corn syrup, butter, and eggs. Get Linda’s twist on this St. Louis classic!
Homemade Fruit Pizza Recipe
This fruit pizza is perfect to make with kids, whether they are young or reaching those teenage years. With multiple steps and things to prepare, there is a job for everyone and plenty of room for creativity.
Father’s Day Interviews with the Plan to Eat Team
We honored the fathers on our own team this year in June. We interviewed Clint and Dan to learn more about them and how they celebrate Father’s Day.
How to Meal Plan for an Entire Month
It was great to hear from a customer who uses Plan to Eat to meal plan for an entire month ahead. We hope her tips give you some meal planning inspiration!
Gardening for the Kitchen
Gardening to supply your own produce gives you the potential to use ingredients you have control over. Read this post for tips on how to have a gradual and continual harvest throughout the growing season!
Best Meal Time Hacks for Parents
Katie Kimball said on the podcast, “The more we know the better we can do, right?” We learned so much this month on how to help kids explore and grow through food and cooking and we hope you did too!
Recent Podcast Episodes
The Plan to Eat Podcast is now bringing you new episodes every Wednesday!
Download episodes and subscribe to our podcast on all your favorite apps including, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify.
Episode #17: Interview with Katie Kimball on Picky Eating and Getting Your Kids in the Kitchen
We talked with Katie about starting her businesses, her Tedx Talks about picky eating and developing critical thinking skills in kids, and how she helps families make small changes that have big impacts on their eating habits.
Episode #18: Summer Seasonal Foods
It’s Summer and we’re excited to talk about all the yummy in-season produce! Join us this week as we give you a rundown of what’s in season during the Summer months.
Episode #19: Feeding Teens with Debbie Brosnan
We had Debbie back on the podcast to talk about how she manages to feed and parent three teenagers. Spoiler Alert: it’s not easy! Debbie gives you tips to try with your older children and some comfort knowing you’re not the only one going through hard phases of parenting,
Episode #20: Customer Q&A with Katie Kimball
Our first customer Q&A is all about kids eating habits with special guest Katie Kimball! Listen to learn how to help your kids foster a positive relationship with food and people.
Episode #21: Food Storage: Clean Out and Organize Your Cupboards
Join us for a conversation about organizing your food storage! We went through our own cupboards to clean out and organize the dry goods we keep on hand.
Mobile App Updates
We’ve been squashing bugs and working on new features for the Plan to Eat app! This month we released app version 2.9.8.
- We added support for managing friend requests in the app! If you have any pending or ignored requests, they will appear under Cook > Friends > three-dot menu.
- We added a notification to the My Recipes page if you have any pending friend requests.
This month we didn’t release any updates for the Plan to Eat website, but we have some big updates in the works! Stay tuned for an exciting feature release in the upcoming months.
We will continue to notify you of any updates and new features on our blog and via email. In the meantime, if you have any questions, you can always contact our support team.
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