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November 2023 Monthly Recap & Updates

Recent Podcast Episodes

The Plan to Eat Podcast is serving up new episodes every other Wednesday! 
Download and subscribe to the podcast on all your favorite streaming apps including, Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts, and Spotify.

Episode #69: Elevating Women One Meal at a Time with Carly and Carmen of Radiant Knowing

A Nutritionist and Dietitian duo, Carmen and Carly help women unlock the clarity and confidence they need to nourish their bodies holistically and age-proof their health while creating a simple and sustainable plan for feeding their family. We talk about the freedom of planning and how they have an incremental process for elevating women one meal at a time. 

Episode #70: Meal Prep for Moms and Feeding Older Kids with Sally Kuzemchak

Sally Kuzemchak is a registered dietitian and mom of two who believes that every mom can feel successful and confident about feeding her kids, let go of the stress, and enjoy mealtime again. In this episode, Sally shares about the struggles many moms face when it comes to properly nourishing themselves. We also talk about her experience with raising teenagers and the issues that come up with food as kids get older. 

Recent Articles from the Blog

We’re speeding toward 2024! It’s hard to believe it’s December. We hope you have a happy and heathy holiday season! Enjoy this month’s blog posts focused around holiday meals.

Cultivate Community and Connection at Holiday Meals

We put a lot of pressure on holiday meals, the food needs to taste amazing, it all needs to be hot and ready at the same time, and it needs to please everyone at the table. Or so we think.

How to Make a Thanksgiving Charcuterie Board

With a colorful array of ingredients, a fall charcuterie board is an easy and fun way to impress guests and hold hunger at bay – it’s inviting, festive, interactive and sure to spark conversation!

How to Meal Plan: Large Households

The biggest challenges of feeding a large family are buying enough groceries, pleasing everyone (especially if you have picky eaters or food allergies to contend with), and having an answer to the ever present question, “what’s for dinner?”.


Holiday Break: The Plan to Eat Team is taking a holiday break from December 25th – January 1st. We are genuinely taking a break from work and will be unavailable to answer support tickets. During our break, and anytime, can find answers to most questions on our support site

The Learning Series: We will be running The Learning Series again in January 2024! Keep your eyes out for an email with a sign-up link soon.

Program Updates

As always, the development team is working hard to fix bugs and build new features for the mobile app and website!

Mobile App

We released app version 3.1.5 in November:

  • You can now tap on the version number at the bottom of the Account menu to see a list of all recent updates to the app.
  • We fixed a bug in Android version 9 and below that was not allowing people to add photos from their photo library.
  • We fixed a bug that was sometimes hiding the Save button when changing the scaled servings size on recipes.
  • We added more instructions for new users on the My Recipes page so they can easily get started adding recipes.
  • We fixed a bug that was causing the app to crash for some users on newer Android devices.

Highlighted Reviews

This app has been fantastic! I’ve moved all of my saved recipes from other apps and it makes it so easy to meal plan.” 

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“I find this app SO helpful, and I stay on top of feeding my family healthy meals so much better with it. Thank you, from a very busy mom!”

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