Recent Articles from the Blog
Enjoy some of our most recent posts from October 2022 on the Plan to Eat blog, including tips & tricks, new recipes, and so much more!
This ice cream boasts notes of cinnamon, clove, ginger, and maple for a seriously autumnal dessert experience. The best part is, you can totally make it yourself… no ice cream maker required!
Having a warm, nutritious meal when you’re feeling under the weather can be a game changer. With a little planning ahead, you can have some quick and nourishing meal options for sick days.
This cheesecake carries the perfect subtle, creamy maple flavor with a delicious crust of pecans and graham crackers and is topped with crunchy, toasted pecans and a simple maple drizzle.
The podcast has been such a joy to work on and we’re grateful for every listen, download, and kind email. Thank you for making the past year so much fun!
This episode is jam-packed with recipes and interesting insights into seasonal produce. Have you heard of a quince? Did you know seasonal eating could help combat allergies? Listen to learn more and find out our stance on pumpkin spice products.
Anna is a self-taught baker whose baking experience goes back to her childhood. She started a blog called The Little Blue Mixer and grew her knowledge one recipe at a time.
Debbie Brosnan is back on the podcast because she is publishing a cookbook! She tells us about the process of creating a cookbook from recipe edits to self-publishing. We also get a sneak peek into her Fall cooking retreat to Abruzzo, Italy!
Erin Lowell is the Education Manager for You Need a Budget, a budgeting app, and website. Our conversation covers the 4 rules of the YNAB system of budgeting, meal planning, cooking and meal planning for one, budgeting tips for the grocery store, and tons of practical advice.
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 2.9.15.
- We removed the recipe action sheet. Now recipes always take you to the recipe settings view when you tap the “…” menu.
- We added support for printing recipes to the app. To try it out, tap a recipe in your recipe book, tap “…” in the top right corner, and tap “Print Recipe.”
- We moved “Delete Recipe” to the recipe action sheet. Tap the “…” menu on a recipe card to easily delete it.
- When you’re editing a menu, you can now edit one of the menu recipes’ planned servings more easily. Just tap the recipe in the menu and tap “Edit Planned Servings.”
- You can now say “PTE” to refer to our app when talking to Siri. Try saying, “Hey Siri, add oranges to my list using PTE.”
- We fixed a bug causing the shopping list date range to change incorrectly after a provided date range was selected.
- We fixed a bug that was changing the original recipe’s serving size when the recipe in a Menu was edited.
The development team continued to make updates and fix bugs on the website version of Plan to Eat.
- We restored the “Add to Planner” button to the clipper.
- Fixed importing photos from the recipe clipper for a few sites like allrecipes.com.
- Fixed importing directions on dietdoctor.com.
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.
“Best meal planning app I’ve used. It’s user friendly, so easy to input recipes (import by URL is an AMAZINGLY well executed feature), and being able to filter meal options by tags is really helpful.”
“You can add your own recipes, import them directly from websites, and steal all your friends recipes too. We have a 2 week menu of our favourites, so we can simply drag that in and the next 2 weeks is planned! Takes 20 minutes every fortnight, and our shopping list is made for us! We’ve wasted barely any food since using it.”