Life by Cynthia: Meal Plans From eMeals.com

Monday, November 18, 2013

Meal Plans From eMeals.com

This is post is sponsored by eMeals.com. Limited time offer: Save 35% off Subscription CODE: CYBER35

I was thrilled to partner with eMeals.com to find a solution for my menu planning dilemmas.  As you all may know by now - I work full time outside of the home and have been juggling career, marriage, and parenthood! Not to mention blogging when I can find a moment! As a 42 year old person with an active 3 year old little boy- this isn't easy for me! I'm no spring chicken! Super Woman I am NOT! I do admire those that have mastered the Super Woman moves! I have been burning the candle at both ends for 3 years now and I STILL need all the help that I can get!  I haven't tried an online meal planning solution before but I will tell you that I am now on board with  eMeals and I am VERY excited about it!

I'm so glad that eMeals is designed to help folks like me! Every week, a meal plan arrives in your inbox. You get seven dinner recipes that include an entrĂ©e and side dishes.  Along with the meal plan, you'll receive a detailed grocery list.

Have you tried emeals.com? I'd love to hear about your experience! If not, which plan are you most interested in?


With 50 weekly plans based on customers preferred food style and family size - there is sure to be a program to fit your needs. I appreciate the varied options. The best part (for me) is that you aren't locked in - you can change it up!


With the Holiday Season coming up FAST, you can bet that eMeals is ready to help you!  It seems that the Paleo diet is all the rage these days. They do have a Paleo Holiday Menu if this is type of diet that you are on. Here is their recipe for Savory Thyme and Garlic Roast Turkey.


Another point that I am truly giddy about is the prospect of saving money and avoiding wasted food! Typically, I will buy ingredients for recipes and end up not making them. I sometimes (often times) forget produce items in the crisper and they quickly spoil before I have a chance to use them. What a sad waste of money!  This plan will keep me on track.  No more wasted food. I can save some money with COUPONS from my local grocery stores since eMeals has partnerships with ALL major food stores.  This added perk of coupons is included with all plans!

Financial Planning celebrity and TV show host, Dave Ramsey, supports eMeals and how it helps families save around $1,000/year.  I'm ready to take that as a challenge and see how much my family can save!

Don't forget! Sign up NOW before your get too caught up with the Holiday Season! Limited time offer: Save 35% off Subscription CODE: CYBER35



Disclosure: I have partnered with Markerly and eMeals.  I will be receiving 1 year of eMeals as part of this campaign.  A discount for my readers is also offered: 35% OFF new subscription by using code CYBER35. All opinions are my own.

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    1. Hi Lolo! If you decide to sign up I hope that you take advantage of the discount code! Thanks for checking out my post.

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  2. This is such a great idea! This past year I became a working, single mom and meal planning took a major hit until the last two months. When I plan ahead, I feel so much more balanced and without question I save money and time and worry about what we will eat...not to mention the food I waste when I buy with no plan!

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    1. Lynn, I applaud you! I don't know if I could handle the pressure of single parenthood and juggling work life - hang in there! I love that you have a game plan!

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  3. I've checked this out before. It is very tempting! Hmmmm... thanks for sharing. :)

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    1. Lisa - sounds fabulous, right? It would be a great time to try it with the CYBER35 code. I'd love to here about your experience if you do check it out!

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  4. I really like the idea of coupons that correspond with the recipes. Great idea! My dream is to get a full time cook and maid....that will NOT ever happen, so emeals sounds like a great alternative.

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    1. Becky Jane - I think that IS great! AND... the shopping lists provided by emeals gives you the amounts of the grocery items that you will need to cover several recipes! LOVE it! I can't even IMAGINE life with a full time cook and maid! I can dream about it! :)

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  5. I'm going to look into emeals. I always have a hard time trying to figure out meals that are nutritious - and - quick and easy. This would be a lifesaver.

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    1. I agree with you in that I have a hard time figuring out the nutrition side of it - and - quick and easy! As older parents to a young one, making sure we take care of our health is a priority! I think emeals will be a great help!

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  6. This sounds like an awesome program but I know that my own family probably wouldn't eat most of these foods. They are picky.

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