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


Anyone can save money AND eat well without spending a ton of time in the kitchen!

To prove it, Plan to Eat has partnered with the blog Budget Bytes to bring you One Pot October — 1 month’s worth of recipes that can be made in an average of 37 minutes, all from a single pot. Because these recipes are from Budget Bytes, the average cost per serving is only $1.52, which means ANYONE can afford to eat well this October, regardless of budget!

Join us for Plan to Eat’s One Pot October and let’s commit to getting wholesome food on our dinner tables, even on nights when we don’t have time to be in the kitchen. 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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