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!
Most of the meal planning/recipe organizing options I had looked at either didn't have the ability to automatically create a shopping list, or didn't have an easy way to add other items to the generated list, or wanted me to follow their meal plans (we are ridiculously picky eaters). Plan To Eat has been amazing and we will definitely be subscribing when our free trial ends! Adding recipes was easy, the drag-and-drop meal planner is very similar to what I've been doing with planning our meals on Google Calendar, and the automatic shopping list saves me so much time! We put it to the test in the grocery store this week \xE2\x80\x94 my husband & I usually split up and each do 1/2 the store so we can get out quickly \xE2\x80\x94 Plan To Eat worked perfectly on both our phones! It's exactly the solution I've been searching for!
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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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Love, love, LOVE your site! Not only are we cooking more and eating out less, we are actually staying at or UNDER our grocery budget EVERY week! Thank you!! I've used those other menu plan sites, the ones that give you a menu and grocery list and, while they were helpful, nothing compares to Plan to Eat! I love that I can put in all the recipes that my family already loves, I can plan my menu based on what I already have on hand and I can add recipes SO easily!!
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A few months ago I discovered Ziplist. I loved collecting recipes from the web and using the grocery list with the app to shop. However, I was surprised and frustrated that changing the size of recipes (even something as simple as doubling) really wasn't an option! I am very impressed with how easy Plan to Eat makes it to change the size of a recipe to any number of servings I want. Ziplist is free, but your service is well priced and more functional. It's also better looking! Thanks for a wonderful product.
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I don't like cooking, and I don't like shopping for food, so until lately I've eaten out - a lot. I've been working on eating more healthful meals, and this week I decided to make food at home using the recipes in a fitness book I've been using. I entered the recipes into Plan to Eat and planned which meals I'll eat for the rest of the week. Super simple, super fun. I went to the grocery store last night, and the app grouped all the things I needed to buy, making shopping painless. Making the recipes is even more fun, because the web app I installed (nice bookmark thing via Safari on iOS) guided me, step-by-step. Plan to Eat is helping me live a more healthful life. Thank you!
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