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Being a large family, we need strong and easy-to-use tools for planning the menu for our family. Years ago, Courtney did all the planning on paper. Next we experimented with a few different online tools before stumbling on to what we think is the best menu planning and recipe tool available: Plan to Eat.
We’ve been using Plan to Eat since the beginning of 2013. According to our profile page, we’ve:
- spent 260.7 hours using Plan to Eat
- added 1,057 recipes to your recipe book
- menu planned 12,424 recipes
In short, we’ve been using Plan to Eat for six years and are still going strong.
The tool has an awesome online portal which allows for easy recipe import, drag-and-drop menu planning, and automatic shopping list creation. Plan to Eat features customization of ingredients, shopping lists, menus, and templates.
Here’s the deal, though. We already think this thing is priced really low at $39 per year. But from today through December 2nd, 2018, it’s half off for their annual Black Friday sale.
Look for a post in the future where Courtney will give more detail about how our family uses Plan to Eat to plan our menus and why we love it so much. Until then, go grab the deal for yourself–we’re going to, too!