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Sauteed Chicken with Mustard Tarragon Sauce over Spinach and Orzo

You know that I am a big fan of meal planning, right? It has made my life so much easier now that I do not have to answer the “what is for dinner” question every night at 5pm. A few weeks ago, the brilliant girls at emeals.com asked me if I would like to try out their service. I happily said yes, as we had a crazy few weeks ahead, it was the perfect time to not have to think about searching for recipes and planning out all of my meals. I am a big Dave Ramsey fan, and if you have ever listened to his radio show, you have heard about emeals.com. What I did not know was how awesome it is. On Wednesday, you print out a meal plan complete with grocery list. Cross off everything that you already have in your pantry, and there is your shopping list for the week. Did I mention that the list is store specific? The meal plan uses what is on sale in your grocery store. The meals were easy to make, took less than 30 minutes in most cases, and were delicious.

Here is what eMeals has to say about their program:

eMeals relies on a team of experienced meal planners, writers and editors to create new dinner menus every week that are designed around grocery store sales, seasonal specials and diet preferences. For as low as $5.00 per month, subscribers download a recipe plan for the week with a matching aisle-by-aisle grocery list. The easy-to-follow recipes usually contain fewer than seven ingredients to allow for prep times of less than 30 minutes.  It also helps families stay within a predictable budget by being prepared with a detailed list to use at the grocery store.  

The eMeals program has over 30 meal plan options to choose from and provides a consistent and reliable approach to food budgeting by factoring the weekly cost of ingredients into each menu plan. Menus are created around a budget of $80 per week for families and $40 per week for couples.

eMeals was created by sisters Jane DeLaney, mother of four, and Jenny Cochran, mother of three. The sisters were frustrated by the challenge of coming up with healthy, budget-conscious meals for their own families and inspired by their own mother’s frugal ways, they launched the program in 2003.
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60 Responses to E-Meals Giveaway

  1. Susanna says:

    I think I’d have to go with the “any store” family plan. I totally agree that having a plan is half the battle when it comes to dinnertime! Maybe even MORE than half the battle!

  2. This all sounds so great. I would love to try the Whole Foods Regular Menu for 2.

    Thanks for the chance to win this subscription Bree!

  3. anita says:

    With our busy schedule this would be so nice to have. The WholeFoods plan would be marvelous!

  4. ljmh says:

    the family plan for other grocery stores would be my pick

  5. Rita says:

    Sounds interesting! Would love to try it for 3 months.

  6. meredith says:

    i would love to try the Natural & Organic Specialty Menus for 2

  7. laura k says:

    We shop almost exclusively at Whole Foods since it’s so close to our house. It would be fun to try out some new recipes (and take a break from planning).

  8. Kimberly says:

    I am a stay at home mom and I would love to try the Walmart or Whole Foods Family plan. I never have a plan and having a grocery list already made sounds like heaven!!!

  9. Heidi Fluegel says:

    I would like to try the family whole foods one.

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