Meal Planning Service and More

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Meal Planning Service and more!

I like to plan my meals ahead. I usually do 2 week intervals. Planning out all those meals (I cook 6 days a week) and what I need to purchase to make them all is quite a chore.  Relish is a company that has made this chore much simpler.  They have the recipes, meals planning, and grocery list all in one place. You can print the recipes and your list.

relish recips

Relish is pretty simple to use. You sign up, pay the low fee and away you go! There are recipes to browse through. You can view the recipe and the side item that goes with it. You then drag the meal that you want as seen in the picture below, over to your meal planning area.

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Once you have all your meals selected you select the tab that says shopping list.  This gives you the option of changing the serving size which I like a lot because of having a household of 8 the recipes can be customized to serve us without me having to use my math skills 😉

relish shopping list

You can even clip and print coupons! Sure is a one place stop. I like to use coupons and save as much money as I can on anything, but especially food.

relish coupon

If you are looking for a new way to plan your families meals I highly suggest you head over  HERE and give Relish a try watching this video. Another great thing before we part ways, you can customize your own recipes to add also. You can choose to share them or keep them to yourself!

relish costume menu

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