Review ~ eMeals

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I had the pleasure to review eMeals which is an automated online meal planning program. If you have the desire to have a plan for what your family will eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner and desserts (or one, two, three or all four of these!) then this is the program for you! I was provided a one year subscription to the dinner meal plan to review so that is the only part I will be covering.

I have to admit this thing is pretty amazing! First you get to pick your meal plan. They offer THIRTEEN DIFFERENT eating plans…at least one of these will fit just about every family eating style:

  1. Classic
  2. Clean
  3. Gluten Free
  4. Low Calorie
  5. Low Carb
  6. Low Fat
  7. Mediterranian
  8. Paleo
  9. Portion Control
  10. Simple Gourmet
  11. Slow Cooker Classic
  12. Slow Cooker Clean
  13. Vegetarian

Once you pick your eating plan you can often pick your grocery store! They offer: Aldi, Costco, Kroger, Publix, Ralphs, Safeway, Target, Walmart, Whole Foods and “any other”. This is such an amazing help and a very neat addition to this program. They really seem to want to help provide you with EVERYTHING you will need.

Not only do you get a meal plan – main dish AND sides… (and cooking instructions and meal preparation times!)…

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…but you also get a grocery list!

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And changing from one plan to another is SUPER EASY! I was REALLY excited about this part. I thought (1) it may not even be possible and (2) that if it was it would be difficult. To my surprise and happiness – it was VERY EASY! And with immediate results!

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Another wonderful benefit…you can click the check box that says to send it to you in an email! Everything right at your finger tips without any extra work. Seriously. Amazing and impressive!

Now…for cost. Here is the breakdown:

  • Dinner (provides seven meals per week): $58/year
  • Lunches (provides five per week): $4/month
  • Breakfast (provides five per week): $3/month
  • Desserts (provides three per week): $3/month

And one last thing to mention…cooking their meals their way does tend to cost more than what I would normally use or spend but I also am not very “exciting” when it comes to our meals.

Have a wonderfully blessed day!

 

Disclosure: I received a copy of this in exchange for my honest review. No compensation was received. All opinions are my own.

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