Collect recipes from anywhere into your Recipe Book
Drag-and-drop your recipes onto your Planner
Print your shopping list or access it on your phone
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This site is awesome! I have had a really hard time with meal planning sites because I like to choose my own meals. This seems to be exactly what I am looking for – I can just click recipes and the shopping list is done. I also LOVE that I can find recipes on the internet and just click the "save recipe" button on my tool bar. THANK YOU!
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(Plan to Eat) saved me at least an hour of planning meals, making the shopping list and inputting it into the previous app I was using. I love that I can plan my meals for the week then it pulls the shopping list for me. I really like that I can go to the staples list and add what I need from there to my shopping list. I also like that I can add my own specific needs to the staples list or my shopping list for the week.
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I've tried meal planning a number of times over my 25 years of marriage. Nothing stuck. I couldn't handle the weekly grocery store trips and the shopping lists were cumbersome. I'd get so frustrated, I'd stop. I wasted so much money on food I'd end up not using. This was my yo-yo of meal planning. We started eating out, spending $1000 a month on food. Then I found Plan to Eat. Remembering my history with meal planning I approached with caution. I tested it out and added a few recipes and tried out planning for a month. I successfully planned, cooked and SAVED nearly $600.
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I've been adding my recipes today. LOVE that I can try it out for 30 days without giving any payment info.
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I am a busy single mom and it helps so much with planning our dinners and quicker grocery shopping with my impatient 8 year old - I no longer have to think about what I need or why I needed that odd-ball item. Its all on my phone and tells me which recipe that ingredient goes to if I forgot.
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