Recent Articles from the Blog
Happy New Year! Enjoy some of our most recent posts from December 2022 on the Plan to Eat blog, including tips & tricks, new recipes, and so much more!
We updated the look of our Meal Planner on the mobile app! This update creates the framework for new features coming in 2023, like drag-and-drop planning, bulk editing planned recipes, and nutritional data.
If you’re working around food allergies or restrictions, the holidays can seem stressful, but try to concentrate on ways you can help, find recipes that fit your needs and put your energy into connecting with the people around you.
Plan to Eat is uniquely designed to help you gather and plan recipes that will fit your needs during the holidays and any other time of year!
Christina Gibson is the Director of Growth at CreateMyCookbook. Our conversation with Christina centered around preserving family recipes as a way to preserve family memories. We loved connecting with Christina and hope you enjoy this interview!
Since we’re approaching 2023, we’re diving into New Year’s resolutions and goals this week. Riley and Roni give you their tips for figuring out what your goals for the new year could be and why it’s important to reflect on the past year.
It’s our last podcast episode of 2022! Let’s go over some end-of-year stats and recap what happened for Plan to Eat in the past year. Thank you for listening this year! We appreciate you!
The Learning Series is happening again, this month, January 2023! It’s not too late to join us. The Learning Series is a 5-week course designed to teach you the ins and outs of meal planning with Plan to Eat. If you’re new to the program or just want to get to know the basic features better, this course is for you!
Our meal-planning experts, Roni and Riley, will be joining the budgeting experts at YNAB for a live Q&A on January 4th, at 2 pm MT (4 pm ET, 1 pm PT). Join us to get help and ask questions related to grocery budgeting!
Or join us through Facebook here.
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 2.9.19.
- We redesigned the meal planner to more closely match the desktop design.
- We fixed a bug that could prevent the planner from auto-scrolling when a date in the mini-calendar is tapped.
- We fixed a bug causing the “Share Recipe” link to crash (Android only).
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.
“I have adhd and am terrible at planning things and making lists of things to get at the store. This app has helped soooo much with that! I am able to easily add recipes from websites and pinterest to the app, plan out what I’m going to be making following week or more, then it automatically creates a list of groceries I need to get! Best app for planning meals!”