You know I’m a huge fan of menu planning but I get it, not everyone has the time to do it. In order to try and speed up the process for you I’ve tried out multiple menu planning services over the years. Eat at Home Meal Plans is the one I always come back to and the one I’m most happy to recommend. And that’s because they simplify the ENTIRE menu planning process for you. And they are once again offering a 30% off sale! Grab the code below.
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With Eat at Home Meal Plans you get menus, grocery lists and recipes that make dinner easy for your family. Each month you get access to FOUR separate meal plans (Traditional, Wholesome Traditional, Slow Cooker, and No Flour/No Sugar) for each week of the month. Just print the plans, the color-coded grocery lists (seriously love this feature!), and recipes you want to try. Recipes are straightforward, easy to follow, quick to make, and taste delicious.
Eat at Home Meal Plans On Sale Now!
The 30% off sale runs from today just until Thursday. It’s the perfect time to sign up especially with the holidays approaching. Might help take some of the pressure off with all there is to do.
You can get a whole year of Eat at Home Meal Plans for the cost of 1-2 dinners out with your family!
Keep in mind that…
-This is a way to save time planning and making dinner. You get all the grocery lists and recipes done for you!
-No worries about fitting dinner into your day. Your membership includes 15 minute meals, slow cooker recipes, Instant Pot recipes and more.
-You also get a new freezer plan each month, designed to get 6 meals done in just 1 hour of prep.
Sale dates: October 15-17
Discount Code: FALL
Discount: 30% off on Annual plans only
Check it out HERE and don’t forget to use the code FALL for your 30% off discount. This flash sale ends in just a few days so be sure to grab it now if you are interested.
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