Tuesday, November 23, 2010

E-Mealz Is Great for Ideas!! : )

Has anyone ever tried E-Mealz?  I have been a member for the past year and its great for ideas and they have lots of options.  Low Carb, Low Fat, Kid friendly, and list that pertain to certain budgets and certain grocery stores.  And they just added a new one (Gluten Free Shopping list) --- I was thinking about Minichick when I saw this new addition so I thought I would share the idea with everyone today. : )  Its $5 per month to be a member but you can only pick one shopping list at a time.  It includes the weekly meal planner with recipes, and on the second page it includes the exact shopping list, and if you pick the particular store then it also give prices which is amazing for anyone budgeting.  I don't know if any of you girls ever listen to Dave Ramsey, but I do on my drive home from work and I practice a few of his principles.  Anyways I heard about this a while back on his show and decided to try e-mealz.  Anyways knowing what we are allowed to eat and what we aren't this is a great idea if you need more meal choices or if anyone is getting bored with the same old meal night after night. : )  They also have sample menus to look at before trying.

Here is the link:  https://e-mealz.com/options.shtml


  1. That's a really neat idea. Do you find it helpful, or do you think that you will discontinue service after the year is up? I would think that after a year of meal print ups, you wouldn't need to continue service. You could just repeat the year over again.

  2. Yea I find it very helpful but yea at the end of December my time is up and I am not sure if I will continue because I now have so many plans from printing each week. You only have to sign up for 3 months at a time because they bill you $15 every 3 months and then you just choose when you would like the last month to be. :)