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!
Your site has saved my sanity. I feel like all I do is cook and clean up from cooking! Thanks to your site I can pull allergen free recipes from anywhere. I love the drag and drop calendar and am so very grateful for the automatically generated shopping list. This overwhelmed and under rested Momma is blessed by your site and more than happy to pay the $40! Thank you!
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For the price of a few times you would have ordered takeout because you were not organized...this would be a great gift for a cook in your life who likes technology. I love it and appreciate the "small business feel" of the people who run it (if you have a good suggestion to make it better, they will try to make it happen). If you look at recipes on Pinterest, etc. but really need to pull those recipes into real life, their bookmarklet snags those recipes and organizes them for you.
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(Plan to Eat) saved me at least an hour of planning meals, making the shopping list and inputting it into the previous app I was using. I love that I can plan my meals for the week then it pulls the shopping list for me. I really like that I can go to the staples list and add what I need from there to my shopping list. I also like that I can add my own specific needs to the staples list or my shopping list for the week.
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Really neat site, love importing my recipes from wherever online to Plan To Eat!
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I seriously can't say enough good things about Plan to Eat. If you enjoy menu planning but want an easier way to import recipes, make shopping list, etc. You should definitely check it out.
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