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!
Try Plan to Eat for free & Join the Challenge
Collect recipes from anywhere into your Recipe Book
Drag-and-drop your recipes onto your Planner
Print your shopping list or access it on your phone
Wow, that sounds like a great gift!
I LOVE IT! I just know this site is going to make my meal planning SO much easier. All the recipes and categories a click away. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT!!
73 of 180
It took some work getting started it was well worth the effort. I'm saving time, money, and realized now I'm saving food. Every week there is less and less waste as I use everything I'm buying and nothing is going bad before it gets used! I'm on a small budget so this is important to me. Now, instead of shopping week to week, I'm starting to be able to stock up as well as plan & purchase past the week I'm buying for!!! This is by far the best thing I've ever done for my family.
74 of 180
Oh, Plan To Eat, where have you been my whole life? I have dreamed of you lo these many years but for naught! Thank you, thank you, thank you for this service (labor of love). I imported my favorite recipe, verified accuracy, scheduled it and put it on the shopping list in less than 5 minutes. And then, through teary eyes, I set to writing this thank you note (love letter). I've spent 20+ years trying to streamline this process - never finding the meal planning holy grail. While working 40-50 hours and commuting another 10, my "free" time has been for maintaining my family and home. You've given me back a good 2-3 hours a week.
75 of 180
I set up my grocery aisles in order...place all the ingredients on their correct aisle. Went shopping last night with my shopping list printed at the click of my mouse.
76 of 180
oh man!! Bless you!!! I am so relieved! After working with Pepperplate for the past month, and finally getting to the point of utter, red hot, pull my hair out frustration today, I found you!! Now, YOU have obviously created a menu plan, because the app shows it! I am currently in the process of moving ALL 165 of my recipes over to your app. (one by one I might add, because PP has no way of exporting recipes!), and after the trial, I will be signing up for LIFE!! LOL! Thank you so much for this incredibly intuitive, logical, complete app! (ps: bother me not that I'm moving from a free app to a paid, well worth it to avoid the frustration and organize my life!! )
77 of 180
Plan to Eat is brought to you by... US!