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Plan to Eat's One Pot April: One Month of Simple Meals from One Pot


2018 is your year to make meal planning a habit, and dinners on your table a reality!

We’ve collected 30 simple-to-make recipes from all over the internet and made them available to you through your Plan to Eat account. Simply drag those recipes (or recipes of your own!) onto your meal planning calendar to create your meal plan and we’ll make your grocery list for you. Meal planning doesn’t get easier than this!

This 4 week challenge is free to Plan to Eat subscribers, including those in a current 30 day free trial, and we would love to see you there.


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Your Recipes

Intro 1 your recipes

Collect recipes from anywhere into your Recipe Book

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When you Want them

Intro 2 meal planning

Drag-and-drop your recipes onto your Planner

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We‘ll Make your Grocery List

Intro 3 grocery list

Print your shopping list or access it on your phone

 

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I just started using Plan to Eat and LOVE IT! It's so easy to use! I import most of my recipes from Skinnytaste and of course, Pinterest! I highly suggest you try it out with their FREE 30-day trial! I feel so organized and love that my recipes are all in one place! :o)

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