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Try It Free For 30 Days

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Your Recipes

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Collect recipes from anywhere into your Recipe Book

2.

When you Want them

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Drag-and-drop your recipes onto your Planner

3.

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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Love this program! I've used it for nearly a year now and it has simplified my menu planning and shopping tasks significantly. It's also just plain fun to use. I've got to add that I've only needed to contact costumer support twice and I have been very impressed with the quality of service I've received. Support response has always been quick and friendly (thanks especially go to Clint!). Definitely the best customer support of any online company I've dealt with. Keep up the good work guys!

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I LOVE Plan to Eat. It has helped my family financially (I'm shopping with a purpose & plan) as well as nutritionally (planning to bake treats as opposed to buy). Thank you so much for providing this service.

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Just signed up for my free trial last night and started adding recipes. Created my first week of dinners and love how my shopping list is ready to go. This will be such a time saver. And mostly I'm excited I can send the shopping list to hubby's phone so he can do the actual shopping!!!

Shalon Facebook

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I'm a committed menu planner - have been for about 10 years - and have tried many....from my own spreadsheet, to BigOven, saymmmm, kitchen monki, meailsmatter (about to be defunct), paprika, and even a couple of sites that send plans like emeals. Yours is the best, by far, in terms of user interface, ease of use, and feature set.

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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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