Plan to Eat is an online meal planner resource you can use to handle all the portions of planning your meals, from recipe organization, creating your grocery shopping list, and, of course, planning your menu for the week.
More Information About Plan To Eat, The Online Meal Planner
I've been hearing about this online meal planner from all kinds of blogs recently, and wanted to check it out for myself. Therefore, the people at Plan to Eat were kind enough to give me a free subscription so I could learn more about it.
You can list your recipes in the program, so this helps with recipe organization
Once you've added your recipes (which is pretty simple to do) you're able to share them easily with friends and family
You can even get access to other friends and members' recipes to get new ideas and inspiration for what to cook during the week
When you want to use a particular recipe in that week's menu, you can drag and drop it for easy menu planning
In addition, when you drag and drop the recipes Plan to Eat helps make your shopping list for you, to make sure you don't forget an essential ingredient from the recipe when you're at the grocery store
You can save and duplicate your meal plans with this online meal planner, which means once you've created them once you can start rotating them, which helps save even more time on busy weeks or remembering special holiday meal menus you use from year to year
Once the free trial is over it costs either $4.95/month or $39/year.
Reader Testimonials About Plan To Eat
After recommeding this product I've gotten some comments from readers who were happy that they tried this program. Here are a couple I've received:
Emily says: Love this site! I just signed up for a year after my month long trial ended. Went to the store today for the week and feel really confident that I have everything I need now to make dinner for the next week!
Marla says: I started in December with Plan To Eat, and I'm loving it! I enter my recipes as I plan them, so as not to get overwhelmed, and I feel really organized to see all my plans at my fingertips. I then backup the recipes to Evernote, so I've no fear of losing them should I not continue my Plan to Eat subscription. This system is working superbly for me and my family.
Renee says: I use Plan To Eat online planning (they sell a year's subscription cheaply in December). I plan out my menus, which are so easy to gather from off the web, on my computer, then take my phone which has the app and double check supplies in my kitchen. My husband and 2 teen daughters also have it on their phones. So anyone can stop at the store and access the shopping list. You tap on your phone and the item gets checked off. Since it seems everyone usually has their phone handy when a family member uses up the last of something they add it to the list. And finally it's good when the kids think of something they want or need for school, they put it in the list right then.
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