As you know I do a weekly Menu Plan Sunday link up right here and it has been hard to get creative with what my family will eat while also keeping meals relatively healthy for them. And then I was asked to share with you Emeals. I quickly checked it out and thought this looks great. Since I won’t recommend anything to you that I myself wouldn’t try you can rest assure that this is a pretty amazing product.
eMeals offers over 50 delicious meal plans and corresponding grocery lists every week based on food style preferences, family size and the current sales at selected grocery stores. Dinner menu plans include classic family meals, low-fat, portion control, low-carb, gluten-free, vegetarian, clean eating, paleo, and the natural and organic plan. For more information, please visit emeals.com.
I mean there is something for every family and every dietary need. This is perfect. And it doesn’t have to stop with just dinner, you can plan for breakfast and lunch too. There are 3 pricing plans. You can either do 3 months for $21 ($7 a month), 6 months for $35 (less than $6 a month), or 12 months for $58 (less than $5 a month) for the dinner plan. For lunch it’s $4 a month and breakfast it’s $3 a month. And act fast because I am authorized to offer my readers a special 15% off discount code; just use code 2013.
So who’s joining me in 2013 and planning meals with Emeals?
This is a sponsored post. I have been offered 3 free months of Emeals to share this with you, but all opinions expressed within are my own.