Meals by the Week and Back-to-School #review

August 31, 2014



Meals by the Week helps busy families plan organized, delicious dinner menus that save time, trim the budget and make meal time a delight. They publish menus for grocery stores throughout the country, and also offer diet-specific menus for people who want a Paleo, Vegetarian, or 400 Calorie Dinner menu. 
What makes Meals by the Week different? You can scale the menu to the size of your family (from 2-16 people). Also, when you remove a meal from your menu because you don't want to fix it, the ingredients are automatically removed from your printable shopping list as well.
When you are signing up for Meals by the Week you can also pick the store you shop at most so that in itself makes it easier. 
Meals by the Week gives you the options to keep the meal, double it, or skip it. I love that you can double it because we are a larger family. It makes knowing what to shop for much easier. 
I have tried freezer meals, couponing, and just trying to pick and choose when shopping and nothing I have used has actually been as easy as this. Meals by the Week does it all for you. With the options of the local stores you can match up shopping lists with sales without any searching. I love this program and will continue to use them. 



To learn more about Meals by the Week you can visit their site here.
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 Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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