February 13, 2012

Free Meal Planning Service for LIFE ($100+ value per year)



Food on the Table, a meal planning tool online, is offering their resources to you FREE for life, as long as you sign up during the month of February!  I found this deal on Hip2Save, here's what she has to say about it, it looks really cool to me:

"If you dread planning your weekly menu or have just run out of new (and healthy) meals, then this is the post for you! Food on the Table is an online budget meal planning service designed to help families eat better and save money. Combining the weekly sales from your local grocery store with your family’s food preferences, Food on the Table creates a family-friendly meal plan based on kid-friendly recipes. And here’s the best part, they send you to the store with a printable grocery list that can also be viewed on your smartphone (Food on the Table offers a FREE mobile app in the iPhone App Store and Android Market). Love it! :D
…And, even sweeter, for a limited time you can use promo code FEBFREE to score their meal planning service FREE for life! WooHoo!
Here’s what you need to do to get started…
Click here and enter your email address + the promo code FEBFREE
(don’t log in with Facebook, as you won’t be able to apply promo code)
* Choose your local grocery store from the list provided
* You’ll then be prompted to select your food preferences (pick out your favorite meats, indicate whether you have any food allergies, pick your favorite types of food like Mexican or Italian)
* You’ll then be provided with a list of the items on sale at your local store and you’ll need to pick what you’re in the mood for. Then just browse through all the recommended recipes, pick the ones that sound the most appealing to you and add all of them to your weekly meal plan.
* Once you have decided on all the recipes, you’ll be presented with a grocery list that you can print, email to yourself and/or send to your iPhone!"

2 comments:

  1. Awesome! I just went and signed up. I was just thinking today about how it is so tiring to try to figuring out what we're all going to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner every single day. Thanks for sharing - I'll get to try it out first thing next week. :)

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    1. I'm so glad it might help you. I've had quite a few people say they're trying it out. Let me know your thought on it after you give it a shot!

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