Plan days of meals in seconds.

The Menus feature will allow you to plan an entire week, month, or more with one drag and drop.

Use your meal planner from any page in Plan to Eat.

The Mini Planner allows you to plan recipes while perusing your recipes or adjust your meal plan while finalizing your shopping list.

Copy, move, swap, or delete.

If you need to move multiple meals around on your planner, don’t do them one at a time. Instead, use the Edit Plan feature to adjust them all at once.

Remind yourself with Prep notes.

Stay on top of your meal plan by reminding yourself of what’s needed for upcoming meals.

Be ready with Freezer Cooking.

On busy days, it’s nice to have meals that you can quickly pull from your freezer.

Answer to the ‘what’s for dinner’ question.

Calendar feeds allow your meal plan to feed from your Plan to Eat account directly into your household’s digital calendar.

For your most used recipes, add them to the Queue.

The Queue is a narrowed list of recipes in your Recipe Book. The Queue makes recipes easily retrievable to put them on your Planner.

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Plan to Eat saved my sanity while learning a new life skill AND caring for a toddler and newborn. Plan to Eat saved our budget while diapers drained it. And like other users, Plan to Eat helped me lose over 45 lbs this past year.