As a busy mom of two young children, I am always looking for ways to simplify meal planning and prepping. And, thanks to eMeals, I don't have to stress each week when trying to decide what to make, that is not only quickly and easy to prepare, but that the whole family will enjoy. I first stumbled upon eMeals after hearing other bloggers rave about. If you visit the eMeals blog site -- -- you can see some sample recipes, just to give you a feel for what you can make as part of their weekly meal plan, which is sent to you via email.
What I love best about this email meal plan service, is the variety of meal options available -- based upon your cooking style, the grocery stores you like to shop at (Aldi's, Walmart, etc.). In addition to the popular weekly dinner plan, which comes with a printable shopping list, to make your weekly trip to the market that much easier, you can also add on a breakfast and/or lunch plan for only $3.00 more each week for each meal add-on.
This past weekend, I tried out their Make Ahead Strawberry Baked French Toast Recipe, available through their Aldi Meal Plan option.
Doesn't this look good? Well, it tasted even better, and was a great way to get the entire family around the table for breakfast Saturday, to enjoy a hearty breakfast. And, with two picky eaters, I knew that they would love this recipe as they are strawberry lovers -- they both ended up asking for seconds. :-) Click here to view and download this easy to prepare, and oh so tasty recipe now -- http://blog.emeals.com/aldi-meal-plan-make-ahead-strawberry-baked-french-toast-recipe/.
So, if you are looking for a way to simplify you busy schedule, why not let the folks at eMeals help you out. I can't believe how much more time I have to spend with the girls, that I would have otherwise put towards trying to put together a weekly meal plan, create a shopping list and go shopping. Now, I wait for the recipes to arrive in my email box, print them out, along with the shopping list, and head to the market. And, since switching to this weekly email eMeals service, I am seeing a savings in my grocery bill, as I am not buying items I would have otherwise not needed, just because I am running around trying to get the shopping done quickly to get home to the girls. I follow the shopping list, and I find that I am only spending $87-$95 dollars each week, which is great. :-)
Right now, eMeals is offing a 30% off discount on their breakfast menu add-on when you purchase it alongside one of their weekly 50 dinner meal plans. And, just for Inspired by Savannah readers, please enjoy this FREE 1 week PDF download of eMeals' breakfast meal plan, complete with grocery list. This breakfast plan provides fast, healthy, kid-friendly morning recipes. These breakfasts are meant to give you a wide range of options and get you out of the cereal and milk rut!
So, what are you waiting for? Head on over to eMeals today and sign up for one of their 50 meal plan options. And, make sure to add the breakfast meal plan for only $3.00 (a 30% off savings), by using the promo code BREAKFAST30. Once you try out eMeals, you will not want to go back to the old ways of weekly meal planning. :-)
eMeals.com has been the market leader in online meal planning since 2003, having provided a simple and affordable dinnertime solution to hundreds of thousands of busy people everywhere. The eMeals team constructs and publishes 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, clean eating, paleo, simple gourmet, low-fat, portion control, low-carb, gluten-free, vegetarian, and the natural and organic plan. Add-on breakfast and lunch plans are also available. For more information, please visit www.emeals.com