Do you find it hard to come up with new menu items each day for dinner? I know when my kids were all living at home I would get in ruts and end up cooking sometimes the same things on the same nights each week. It gets old and boring. I have one son who won’t touch macaroni and cheese anymore! lol
eMeals has come up with a new affordable way to help you plan meals. They even email you 7 menus a week along with recipes and your grocery list for the meals.
You can sign up to try it for free for 14 days, too. Here’s more info:
Are you trying to reign in your budget after the Christmas spending season? The new eMeals Budget Friendly meal plan is the perfect solution to get you back on track! The just-introduced plan from eMeals stretches the savings they already provided by helping families put dinner on the table for an average of $85 a week—all without sacrificing flavor, variety, nutrition or the cooperation of picky eaters.
The secret: super-economical dinner menus created by eMeals’ food staff with an ever-changing mix of shelf-stable items, frozen foods, value cuts of meat and efficient ingredients used throughout the week to limit spoilage and waste.
eMeals’ expert tips for making homemade broths and other “convenience foods” jump-start meals, pump up the flavor and add extra savings. And the roster of needed staples on every weekly eMeals grocery list saves you time and trips to the grocery store by keeping your pantry well-stocked.
For as little as $5 a month, you get seven menus delivered to your email inbox and the eMeals mobile app every week, along with recipes and a grocery list covering all seven dinners. And now you can try before you buy. Simply go to www.emeals.com/meal-plans/
budget-friendly, then click “Try Us” to sign up for 14 days ’ worth of Budget Friendly menus and shopping lists for free.