If your like me and sit for awhile trying to figure out what to cook for dinner. You want the meal to be as healthy as you can make but not cook all day. It is a real challenge to get healthy meals on the table every night especially of the week! Recently I was given the chance to to try Meals by the Week menu planning service, and I was super excited!
Meals by the Week helps busy families plan organized, delicious dinner menus that save time, trim the budget and make meal time a delight. They publish menus for grocery stores throughout the country, and also offer diet-specific menus for people who want a Paleo, Vegetarian, or 400 Calorie Dinner menu.
What makes Meals by the Week different? You can scale the menu to the size of your family (from 2-16 people). Also, when you remove a meal from your menu because you don’t want to fix it, the ingredients are automatically removed from your printable shopping list as well.
I must admit it definitely makes life easier. What I like is that I select a menu based off where I shop. Upon signing up, you select which grocery store you normally shop at, I choose Publix. Then every week, Meals by the Week creates a weekly meal menu for you based on the sales ads from the store you selected. I think this has helped me so much with my meal planning.
Meals by the Week is offering one lucky reader a FREE 26 week subscription to their meal planning program. Enter Below and Good luck!
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