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
Wow, that sounds like a great gift!
I love it. I am on a special diet. I go to my org, click your button, I got it. Look around the internet, find good recipes, click, got it. The shopping list from the planner cannot be beat. I have been looking around for a while. I have a dozen list things, tablets, note pads, etc, this tops them all.
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A.....MAZING! I am SOOOO excited! I've been menu planning for the last 6 months and have always complained to my husband about the lack of cohesiveness from one week to the next, how much time it takes, not being able to save old plans, hard to keep track of websites with recipes, etc...etc...complain complain. :) As a stay at home mom of a 2.5 year old and a 10 month old, I can't thank you enough!!!! I can't wait to ZIP through the grocery store tomorrow! Seriously, when did going grocery shopping by yourself become more like a vacation?!
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This is my favorite thing these days! Great for busy families that "don't have time to cook" and the best part is it makes the shopping list for you! A year subscription paid for itself in the first week when it kept us from eating out for a night. What a great idea.
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I am SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO excited to use the meal planner/shopping list. If I had only known about Plan to Eat sooner.....
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I've tried out dozens of sites, but this one is exactly what I was looking for! Some sites don't let you add your own recipes, others have shopping lists that are seriously lacking, and a couple wouldn't let me plan to eat the same meal more than once (who has something different for breakfast every single day??) Plan To Eat is the only site I have found that really has all the features you need for easy meal planning.
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