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!
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!!!
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I HATE to plan meals. I HATE to repeat the same stuff meal after meal. I LOVE to collect recipes, but then I lose them and get to the point where if I am going to throw something together that stinks, we may as well do take-out. However, I agree with your philosophy that what we feed our family MATTERS, so I think I have found my solution with your awesome site! I can't wait to get ORGANIZED and start consistently putting meals on the table that weren't "phoned in" (literally and figuratively!!). THANKS SO MUCH!!!
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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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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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The shopping list tool is wonderful ... it was so empowering knowing when I got home that I actually had what I needed to make dinner for the next four nights, instead of just a hodge-podge of stuff. And the import tool for recipes... awesome! I was able to quickly put all the recipes from my TastyKitchen.com recipe box into PTE, as well as a bunch of recipes I've pinned. I even made a new recipe last night... slow cooked fajitas... that was fabulous! Before PTE, it would've just been pinned and forgotten. No more excuses!
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