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I believe in meal planning – I even scheduled a time on my Outlook Calendar every week to plan.
It’s a great idea in theory because it saves me the headache of searching for something to make each night and helps me organize my grocery shopping list. In reality, it’s time-consuming and finding new recipes can be challenging.
Then I discovered eMeals. Meal planning is simplified using their easy to navigate website. You simply select your family size, preferred food style, and grocery store. eMeals then generates a week’s worth of dinner menus and recipes (including sides) and a detailed grocery list, broken down with costs for your selected store. Each recipe has easy to follow directions and tells you the time needed to make your meal.
eMeals provides over 50 weekly plans based on your preferred food style, family size and grocery store. Specialties include classic, clean eating, simple gourmet, low fat, low carb, paleo, portion control, organic, vegetarian and gluten-free meals. Our family of five tried both portion control and simple gourmet meals and found new recipes that we will keep for the future. Some recipes were outside of the kids comfort zone, but surprised them, such as Cheesy Cauliflower Soup. Others, like the Perfect Chicken Recipe, was simple to make, delicious, and appealed to all ages.
I really appreciate how eMeals not only gives you meal recipes for the week based on a couple meal plan for 2 people, or a family meal plan for 4+, but eMeals is also designed to ensure that you do not have food waste. This means no wasted money, no wasted food storage, and more money in your pockets.
eMeals gives you a shopping list as well as coupons for your local grocery story and tries to incorporate sale items into your meal planning as well. All the ingredients you buy will be used in multiple recipes so that there is no waste.
Our local grocery store, HyVee, is not included in the eMeals list, but we still found it to be helpful because of targeted shopping and smart planning. We also found that we could simplify some of the sides with small children and save even more money. Plus, once you begin to understand the staples used in different eMeals recipes, you can plan ahead and keep them in your food storage. eMeals saves consumers on average $1,000/year because of the smart meal planning and coupons!
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