To help ease the craziness in the kitchen, Plan to Eat is hosting One Pot April. Throughout the month of April, Plan to Eat will be sharing 20 recipes from a variety of cookbooks and bloggers that are super-easy to make using a single pot or sheet pan. Throw all your ingredients into one pan, […] . . .
This January Plan to Eat is hosting the Make Ahead Meal Plan Challenge, a 28-day challenge to help you start your own meal planning routine in 2017. The Make Ahead Meal Plan Challenge will teach you how to make freeze-ahead meals for an entire week’s worth of dinners using just a few hours in the […] . . .
We have the perfect opportunity to make 2017 the year that meal planning becomes a part of your life! Join us for Plan to Eat’s Make Ahead Meal Plan Challenge.
It’s coming! Plan to Eat’s 2016 Black Friday Weekend sale will start on November 25th and run through November 28th. Get 50% OFF your yearly subscription to Plan to Eat during this annual sale — even if you already have a subscription! That’s only $19.50 (or $1.60 a month) for a full year of organization, peace […] . . .
Meal planning is probably one of the most mundane activities that life has to offer. We all make decisions about what we will eat every day and hardly think anything of it. Yet meal planning, when done with intention, can be incredibly powerful. At Plan to Eat we often receive notes from customers that tell us […] . . .
Please note: The giveaway associated with this survey ended on May 31, 2016 and 3 winners have been chosen. Thank you to the 2568 entries who provided feedback. We have left the form posted for continued feedback. If you would like to complete the form to provide your feedback, we would love to hear from you! Here […] . . .
Many Plan to Eat users have been asking for a way to access the details of a recipe without being taken to a different page in Plan to Eat. We thought this sounded like a good idea, so we launched an updated version of Plan to Eat, with a new recipe window, that will do just that! […] . . .
Tags allow you to organize recipes into any categories and customize them to your lifestyle. Once a tag is applied to a recipe, all recipes that use that tag can be found by clicking on that particular blue tag icon on the recipe. Plan to Eat has always had tags, but now they are easier than […] . . .
We are really excited about a new feature that allows you to convert any recipe in your Plan to Eat account into Metric, regardless of where you imported it from. This is done simply by checking a box in Plan to Eat in one of two places: 1. When viewing a recipe you will see […] . . .