Meal Planning Website Launches Interactive Monthly Meal Planner
PlanToEat.com, a monthly meal planning website created by a dad that wanted his family to eat healthy meals at home more, just launched a new monthly meal planner for family's that want to save time and money planning their meals and eating at home.
By: Plan to Eat
Clint Bounds initially created the website for his own family, but soon realized other families could benefit from it's simple solution to the repetition of meal planning. "We were tired of spending so much money eating out," says Clint Bounds of www.plantoeat.com. "My wife had started to meal plan, but there was so much repetition and time spent finding recipes and creating the shopping list. I was a webmaster at the time and knew there had to be an easier way, but I couldn't find anything online that did what she wanted."
So after many nights and weekends, with much patience from his family, Clint created Plan to Eat. "I didn't want a tool to just find recipes. I wanted a permanent place to store all of the recipes I already liked so I could plan our meals and then let the software create the categorized shopping list," says Clint's wife. "No more fumbling through multiple recipe books, magazines and websites and constantly recreating the shopping list."
For a monthly subscription of $4.95 or $39 a year (after the 30-day free trial), plantoeat.com allows you to import and store unlimited recipes and meal plans. Without leaving the website, you can also find and buy your shopping list items on Amazon.com and Plan to Eat remembers your selections the next time you want to buy those items. You can also share your recipes with your friends. "I love seeing what recipes my friends like and being able to just drag them to my meal plan," says Nici Hinkel in Houston, TX.
"It's been a really fun learning process creating plantoeat.com, and I plan on adding more sharing and social features, and the ability to separate shopping lists by local stores with quick access to local coupons and store information,"
To sign up for a free trial, visit http://www.plantoeat.com
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Plan to Eat is a meal planning website that helps you to save (and share) all of your recipes in one place, then plan your meals using a drag-and-drop monthly meal planner, and then print out the automatically categorized shopping list based on your plan.
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