Much like composing a will, composing a grocery list requires the foresight to know what your kids will want. Outsource an unpleasant task with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for 6 months of weekly online dinner plans (a $48 value)
- $39 for 6 months of weekly online lunch and dinner plans (a $72 value)
- $49 for 6 months of weekly online breakfast, lunch, and dinner plans (a $90 value)
Grocery lists based on household size, food preferences, and favorite stores ease the hassle of cooking daily meals. There are more than 60 meal-plan options to choose from, including clean eating, paleo, kid-friendly, diabetic, low calorie, portion control, natural and organic, gluten free and vegetarian, and classic. Add-on lunch and breakfast plans include five weekday, kid-friendly meal ideas. Meal plans are published online weekly, though plans may be accessed for up to two weeks after being posted. Prior week plans can be accessed through the mobile app.
Endorsed by financial author Dave Ramsey and highlighted on Oprah Winfrey's Life Lift blog, eMeals charts out a week's worth of dollar- and health-savvy dinner recipes to relieve the burden of kitchen-related stress. Each week, organized grocery lists based on food style, family size, and even grocery store showcase flavorful culinary creations for discerning palates. Plans developed by working parents capitalize on sale items at stores such as Walmart, Publix, and Kroger, and an "any store" list can be used to navigate the aisles of other favored grocers. Family meal plans serve seven meals for three to six people, whereas plans for two are tailored to singles, couples, or a pair of sock puppets on a date atop a chest of drawers.
Special paleo, gluten-free, clean-eating, low-fat, and portion-controlled meal-plan options aid nongeneric eaters in assembling targets for their teeth and fitness regimens. The classic version of the Walmart family plan supplies culinary sustenance to families of three to six for an average weekly cost of $75–$85 and takes advantage of the store's regularly discounted prices. A duo can fill a Publix cart for $50–$60 a week, including side dishes.
Born of founder Jane DeLaney's desire to feed her family stress-free dinners provisioned from an organized list without coupons, eMeals allows shoppers to spend more time at the table and less time wandering about the grocery store uttering monophonic 10th-century chants in dismay.
it helps me stick to a grocery budget. I tend to go to the grocery and over-spend because I never know what I might need.Wendy, Hip Homeschool Moms, 6/19/12
If you are too busy to look through ads and schedule your meals and make up a grocery list then emeals is for you.Blogger, Domestic Randomness, 5/9/12