Food is social and your friends want to share. Whether your diet preferences are Paleo, gluten free, real food, freezer cooking, or just about anything else; chances are there are other Plan to Eat users that share your preferences and would love to exchange recipes with you.
By becoming “friends” with other Plan to Eat users you can exchange recipes and menus. When your friends eat the same way you do, you can find new recipes within your dietary preferences.
You can also leave notes and comments about shared recipes with one another, or copy recipes from your Plan to Eat friends into your account so that you can modify it to your preferences.
Share your recipes on your blog, twitter, facebook, or email at the press of a button. Other people who use Plan to Eat will see the full recipe. Those who don’t use Plan to Eat will see the ingredients list with a link to the original recipe and have the option to start a 30 day trial of their own.
Recipes that you don’t want to share can be marked as private and will only be seen by your account.
“You can get all your recipes in one spot, plan your menus, it generates an editable shopping list (that you can order the way your store is laid out!), and share recipes with friends (or steal them from friends if that's how you roll).”
Plan to Eat is an online menu planner that uses your recipes, scheduled for the days you want them. It automatically makes your grocery list, organized the way you like to shop, using the recipes you’ve selected. Plan to Eat makes it easier to eat real food, prepared at home, with your family gathered around your own table.
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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