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Your Recipes

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Collect recipes from anywhere into your Recipe Book

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When you Want them

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Drag-and-drop your recipes onto your Planner

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We‘ll Make your Grocery List

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Print your shopping list or access it on your phone

 

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You are invited to a free, 30 day, full-service, no strings attached trial.

No payment information is required and your feedback is welcome.

At the end of the trial you can subscribe for $4.95/month or $39/year.

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I just recently found PlantoEat and I have to say... I LOVE IT! I tried BigOven, which seems to be very similar in appearance. When I first looked at it I thought it WAS BigOven, but I could not have been more wrong! Plan to Eat offers the ability to add snacks and unlimited amount of recipes.

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Your site has saved my sanity. I feel like all I do is cook and clean up from cooking! Thanks to your site I can pull allergen free recipes from anywhere. I love the drag and drop calendar and am so very grateful for the automatically generated shopping list. This overwhelmed and under rested Momma is blessed by your site and more than happy to pay the $40! Thank you!

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Technology at its best - my grocery list is ready in under ten minutes thanks to Plan to Eat.

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I don't know where you have been my whole life. I loathe grocery shopping and your site has streamlined it so I'm done in no time at all. I am going to spread the word because you have created an affordable site that actually works.

Bill Plan to Eat Support Website

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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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