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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Thank you for making it so easy to import recipes for so many websites. I love I can have a recipe imported picture and all in a less then 2 minutes!
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I love that I can easily move a recipe to any day, just drag and drop. I also love the shopping list layout and really find the recipe key helpful. With PTE I have to do a little more work to create a meal plan but I am left knowing I'm going to cook something that I actually want. Most other sites that I have found give you a meal plan but don't allow you to edit it all. And if my week gets crazy I can move that Chicken Marsala to next Tuesday in one simple move.
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I've been searching for a platform like this that will basically do everything for me when it comes to meal planning. I'm a first time user and am absolutely in LOVE with this site. I can use my own recipes, EASILY import other site's recipes, it makes a shopping list for me, and the click and drag menu planner feature puts me right over the edge!! LOVE IT!!! Will definitely become a paying member. :)
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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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