I do post my yummy culinary adventures on the blog a lot, but this time, eMeals has been kind enough to host a giveaway with me for a FREE 3 month dinner subscription plan! That’s 7 meals a week for 3 months! Use the rafflecopter widget below to enter.
Parenting can leave absotlutely no time for dinner. Planning, cooking or otherwise. I know I’m guilty of ordering a pizza, or slapping together some “pantry surprise” because I just don’t have time for anything else. Sometimes, I don’t even WANT to think about what’s for dinner. Maybe I’m lazy. Maybe’ I’m busy. Maybe I have bigger fish to fry. What if I said that you NEVER had to plan dinner ever again, and you could save on your grocery bill, getting nutritious food on the table with an easy recipe that will have your family thinking you catered in dinner. Every single night. Impossible? In the words of Olaf, “NOPE.” eMeals is making it easier than ever to feed your family.
$58 for the entire year buys you a seasonal meal plan for the week, delivered to your email inbox or your smart phone app once a week. The plans are yours to keep forever and you can access past plans at any time. Change it up once a month by choosing a different plan, a different grocery store, or the number of people you need to feed. It’s that easy! Here’s a few screenshots from the app – you can choose a week, skip unwanted meals, and have your finished grocery list at your fingertips. No worries. That’s also why I’m very proud to be an eMeals affiliate.
When you select an eMeals plan, you can choose from Classic Meals, Clean Eating, Paleo, Low Calorie, Slow Cooker, Low Fat, Low Carb, Gluten Free, Kid Friendly, Simple Gourmet, Portion Control, Vegetarian, Natural/Organic or the Kid Friendly Plan – there’s something for everyone. We’ve tried the classic, low fat, and then finally settled onClean Eating – it’s fabulous. Just take a look at some of the dishes I’ve prepared in the last few months:
But exactly HOW do I get all these meals organized during the week? My fancy Menu board! I’ll switch the meals around, choose when we are eating out, fill it in with old Clean Eating eMeals recipes and that way, Hubs doesn’t ask me, “What’s for dinner?” fifteen million times. And, I’d like to point out, that he’s loving the board so much he’s taken a huge interest in helping write out the meals and print the grocery list so we can take it to the store.