Back in May, we updated our site with a new coat of paint. Since then, we have been hard at work on updating the desktop recipe book
Easily importing recipes from the web is one of our favorite things about Plan to Eat. We want to make meal planning easier, and being able to
In this installment of Tips & Tricks, we want to show you the multiple ways that you can access your Shopping List. Once you have
Building your award winning recipe book just got easier. Plan to Eat’s Recipe Clipper (Bookmark) will save recipes to your Plan to Eat account while you are
Please note: The giveaway associated with this survey ended on May 31, 2016 and 3 winners have been chosen. Thank you to the 2568 entries who provided
For most of us meal planning is something we do to keep the wheels spinning on our household. Typically we are planning a week (or
If you share Plan to Eat with your friends, family, or online peeps, you can earn a 20% commission when those people purchase Plan to
Plan to Eat was approached by the Lititz Pennsylvania Meals on Wheels to see if we could help them organize their recipes, coordinate their menu
On December 10th ZipList will be ending its services leaving many current ZipList users without their recipes. If you are a ZipList user, and are
How the Plan to Eat Shopping List Sorts and Combines Items (or, how to clean up your shopping list before going to the store)
Few of us know how to work on our own car. There may have been times in automotive history when an automobile owner could jerry-rig
Over the next few weeks we will be posting tips and tricks, complete with videos, to better demonstrate how to work with the variety of
We just launched a new feature that makes it super easy to edit items on your shopping list and pantry (and staples list). To edit
While the Plan to Eat Menu Planner and Shopping List are seamlessly integrated to automatically create your shopping list with everything you need for the
Recently, I shared a printable on Life…Your Way to help my readers keep track of the “dirty dozen” and “clean fifteen” when purchasing produce. These
A couple of weeks ago, I told you how the improved Friends feature makes it incredibly easy to share recipes with friends and family so
One of the features of Plan to Eat that has the most potential to change the way my family eats is the Friend feature, which
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