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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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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FINALLY!! There are so many menu planners but this is the FIRST and ONLY one I've found that combines ingredients on your grocery list! It doesn't help me to have a shopping list that is 10 pages long with ingredients listed several times throughout the list because they are used in several recipes. You guys even combine ingredients when different units are used - like 3 cups and 2 slices of apples. Thank you SO SO SO much!
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As a family of 4 on a very tight budget, Plan to Eat has been great for reducing cost. No more buying based on what we 'might' use and no more daily trips to the store to complete a last minute meal plan. It's also great to know what to thaw!
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I love being able to import recipes from internet and then to print out meal plan and recipes - all at once!
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