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 planned our weekly menu + shopping list in 7 minutes with Plan to Eat! Woohoo!
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Plan to Eat is a fantastic way to plan meals, store recipes, and create grocery lists - all of which help save my family time and money. (And help me save my patience & sanity!)
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This is my favorite thing these days! Great for busy families that "don't have time to cook" and the best part is it makes the shopping list for you! A year subscription paid for itself in the first week when it kept us from eating out for a night. What a great idea.
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I've tried it all - pre-planned meal plans that others e-mail me the recipes for and the shopping list. These are great, but I don't always love all of the recipes and sometimes they just don't fit into my preferences (or my family's). I love to peruse online recipes along with the many recipe books and magazines. But, it just always seemed so much work to compile them and figure out what I needed on my grocery list - let alone having all kinds of books/mags lying around for one week's meals. Plan to Eat answers all of my dilemmas - it keeps track of my recipes, it lets me import them from websites with VERY minimal proofreading or changing. It lets me drag, drop, tag, click, print, filter...well, it lets me do everything I've ever dreamed of!
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I'm giddy. I was skeptical, but you have far surpassed my expectations. I keep finding brilliant pieces of design that make this interface wonderfully user-friendly. Tonight i found the button for my toolbar. yes!!
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