Friday, September 3, 2010

E-mealz - A Site That Plans Your Meals & Makes Your Grocery List, Too!

I LOVE to organize. But, organizing my dinner plans is something that I have never been good at in 20 years of marriage. Meal planning has always been a weak and sore spot. I am in the drive through line way too many times in desperation.

So, I looked online for some help with school starting up again and I found E-mealz. I think that I heard angels singing when I signed up! :) This seems too good to be true.

Here is the link to look at the site: E-MEALZ Easy Meals for Busy and Frugal Families

When you get to the site's home page, click on the middle tab, meal plan options. There are SO many plan options! You first choose if you want to feed a family of 4 to 6 or two people. You choose what grocery store you want to shop at. (They make the menus according to the store sales.) Then, you pick from their many plans. They have family plans, low carb, low fat, points, gluten free etc.!

Then, you can see a sample menu, recipes and shopping list of what you have chosen. The layout is very easy to read. The recipes are right on the meal plan page. They are easy and affordable recipes that use a variety of main proteins (not just chicken!). I like that they add balanced side dishes along with the main dish, too.

The price is so reasonable; $15 for 3 months worth of plans. That is $1.25 per week. If you use the coupon code Dave at checkout, you will get $2.50 off the 1st 3 months. (Dave Ramsey, financial expert, is advertising for E-mealz.)

I have been cooking every night, since I found this site. This has solved a real stress in my life. If I have such a big problem with dinners, I thought at least some of you would have the same problem, too. So, consider this information your early Christmas present from me to you! :)

E-MEALZ Easy Meals for Busy and Frugal Families

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