Thursday, January 31, 2013

eMeals Meal Plan Review Review

Make Time For Family - eMeals Blog

You will be hearing a lot about eMeals from me this year.  Why?  Well, I have joined the eMeals Blogger Network, and I have the subscription to their fabulous service for a year.  I have heard all about eMeals in the past, but I didn't think it was worth the price just to have meal plans with recipes and shopping lists.  It sounds good, but I figured that I could do the same thing myself and save a little money.

If you have watched my blog over the past couple years, my recipes have been a bit sporadic.  Yes, i generally made some kind of meal plan, but it was always a pain.  I tended to put off picking out meals and making shopping lists until I absolutely had to.  And it seemed that I always spent more at the grocery store than I intended.

I was skeptical when I printed off the first week's recipes and shopping list.  I decided on the low-fat Walmart meal plan, and I was amazed at how accurate the shopping list prices were.  And once I started cooking the recipes, I was absolutely amazed!  Within the first week of making these tasty easy-to-make recipes, I was hooked.  And so was the rest of the family. I secretly wondered if the good meal plan would continue.

Sure enough, the next week came, and the recipes were unbelievable!  I went back to work, and they have continued to be tasty, wholesome, and very easy to prepare.  In fact, all the recipes for the week are so uncomplicated that they are able to fit on one sheet of paper.  Once in a while, our Walmart does not have the particular item listed (but we have a little Walmart), but that is no problem.  

EMeals is extremely versatile.  We have changed over to the classic plan, and I will probably change plans again.  You can pick the plan that works best for your family.

Be sure to check this out if you're trying to lose weight.  We have not found a single recipe we did not like--at least so far.  For the first time ever, I have found myself looking forward to cooking meals at home and trying to keep from going out to eat. There are always seven meals from which to choose, and we only need five of those.  So I get to choose my top favorites from the list. I love the fact that you can pick your grocery store (I wish they had Costco!).  We tend to pick Walmart just because we know that it is the least expensive--at least for our needs.  

Have the meals gotten boring?  Not at all!  They are well-balanced.  I have made easy alterations to the meals to cut down on calories and fat.  Click here to get some free, inexpensive meals from eMeals.  I am also considering trying out the lunch meal plan because lately, my lunches have been pretty horrible.  I will let you know what I think of it.

I would invite you to try out eMeals.  Right now you can save 15% on any plan by using the promo code: NEWYEAR.  Be sure to enter their giveaway here as well!

I am a part of the eMeals blogger network, and I wan not financially compensated in any way for this review.  I was offered a free year's service in exchange for my honest review and promotion.  


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