We all know that eating at home is a smart choice for both your health and pocketbook. But do you ever feel stuck in a dinner rut of making the same meals over and over? Or maybe you’re so busy that after a full day of work, kids’ activities, and housework, the drive-thru is just way too tempting.
If so, I’m excited to share about Eat at Home, an online meal planning site.
Eat at Home provides you weekly meal plans, including lots of slow cooker/instant pot meals, freezer stash menus, 15-minute meals and more, along with color-coded grocery lists! It will take the headache out of planning and shopping.
When you get started, you’ll be able to access menus from all four plans: traditional, whole food plant based, slow cooker/instant pot, or no flour no sugar. That way, you can select the kind of meals that suit your lifestyle and diet preferences.
In the past, I’ve seen services like these, but felt they were too expensive to make sense to share with you. I was pleasantly surprised to see how affordable Eat at Home is! Through January 19th, you can score an Eat at Home membership for the following prices:
- Monthly: $9.80/month
- Quarterly: $22/quarter ($7.33/month)
- Annual: $59/year (best best – this works out to just $4.92 per month!)
Use the coupon code FRESHSTART through 1/19/21 to get these amazing prices.
BONUS: New members who purchase the annual plan will get an amazing bonus – the Breakfast Plan! This includes 24 weeks of breakfast plans (12 each for Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer) and has a $15 value.
What kind of risk is there? None, so far as I see it. If you’re not satisfied for any reason within the first month, you can contact Eat at Home and receive a full refund. I saw some very positive testimonials left on the website that make me eager to give it a try myself.
To learn more about the weekly meal plans and lock in the lower pricing, head to Eat at Home!