Mama Nibbles: eMeals Solve Dinner and Slash Your Budget Meal Plan

eMeals Solve Dinner and Slash Your Budget Meal Plan


eMeals - Easy Meals for Busy People!


     eMeals answers that every day prying question that floats around in all of our minds, what do i make for dinner?  I know I've thought that at least a few times every week.  10 years of being married and three children later, I've almost run out of energy to plan out budget saving meals that my family will find amazing.  With my busy life I never have the time to write out a grocery list or menu plan, let alone control how much I spend on it all.  I have to add that I am a big couponer so I spend my 'free' time stockpiling on a small scale so that we can save some money.  Sadly my family has been fed frozen tv dinners on many occasions just because I have exhausted my energy to put together a nice dinner.  I think I got stuck in this rut and was constantly churning out the same old stuff every month...I needed help and I needed a plan.  My family deserved better.
     This is where eMeals stepped in and instantly saved me!  I signed up and was instantly given my first weekly meal plan to print out.  I chose the Aldi's Family Plan (up to 6 people) because we live so close to that store and I like their selection.
-- My weekly plan comes in two printed sheets --
The first sheet is the actual plan that lays out what we will eat each day, the ingredients and instructions on how to make every meal.  The date for that week will print out at the top of the sheet making it simple to organize in a binder or whatever you choose to use.  The second sheet is the grocery list.  The list is so simple to follow because they have already separated everything out into sections/isles.  There is room to check off each item once you put it into your cart and a little space to write down anything you wish to add.  At the bottom of that sheet there is a 'Staples' section, this is a list of ordinary condiments and staples that most cooks will already have in their pantry or fridge.  Last but not least is the cost.  After every single ingredient on your list you will find the cost of that item, it may vary for different locations but so far mine has been very accurate.  A week's worth of planned dinners will average about $70-$75.  The planned meals always make more than enough and we have always enjoyed our leftovers.
     I have yet to make a recipe that we did not like.  The recipes are creative and healthy, packed with flavors that we have really enjoyed.  I don't have to think about dinner any more, I just print and go!  I still do my couponing on the side, there is still breakfast and lunch to prepare but those are simple enough.  My stockpiling from coupons has allowed me to shave a bit more off of the average price per week.  This meal plan also helps me use up items I have stockpiled that I may not have otherwise used.  Below you will find a week's worth of examples of dinners I've made using eMeals.
     eMeals has just recently rolled out a new 'Clean Eating' plan!  For around $5 per month you can sign up to receive all your dinners planned out for you to just cook.  The new Clean Eating Family Plan that provides an incredible opportunity for families to eat healthier while still being smart with their money.  I am pretty excited about that plan and am trying it out right now because for absolutely FREE you can print out a sample meal plan that has a few meals to try if you follow that link.  Want to subscribe right now?  Use coupon code CLEAN to save 10%.
     *eMeals will be a sponsor in my upcoming giveaway hop called Savory Summer.  One winner will be given a 6 month subscription to eMeals!  Be sure to come back here to Mama-Nibbles May 16th-30th to enter.*

Be sure to follow eMeals to stay up to date on the latest.  Right now there is a Mother's Day giveaway going on when you 'like' their Facebook page.
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