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Jun 16, 2014

Meal Planning Sites and Apps











Transitioning into healthier eating is easier said then done.  It can feel overwhelming, especially when you have others to cook for.  Why not makes things easier on yourself? These food sites are easy to use, and have a lot of great information. 

The menu planner is at the heart of Plan to Eat.  Easily drag recipes from your recipe book to create your personalized meal plan, and then add additional ingredients, events and notes.  Save existing mean plans from you planner as menus, then drag them back to your menu planner to simplify future planning

For everything having to do with food including in season recipes, holiday recipes and ideas, cooking how-to’s, a collection of clean eating recipes for moms, and a lot more.

eMeals  
eMeals has you choose a meal plan based don your eating style (low carb, lowfat, gluten-free), your family size, and even your favorite grocery store.  Every week, your meal plan arrives in your inbox and includes seven dinner recipes.  Each includes an entrée and side dishes.

Dine Without Whine’s website features weekly menus and categorized grocery shopping list that you.  Once you sign up you will receive a menu and shopping list via e-mail each week by Thursday afternoon.  

Menus 4 Moms provides weekly menus and grocery list depending on your time, budget, and dietary restrictions. The website also has quick and easy recipes to print off if you are not ready to enroll in their service.  

Cooking Light’s website has tons of good recipes, plus nutritional info, and tips for living a healthy lifestyle.

This website contains recipes for all occasions, plus information on diet and health, free cookbooks, a menu planner and a lot more.