I wanted to remind you that today is the last day to get in on this deal! Take a look if you missed it, or consider jumping if you’ve been thinking about it!
I’ve written in the past about Eat at Home, because I think it’s a fantastic money-saving service for busy families. Eat at Home was created by a busy mom who understands the importance of enjoying healthy, home cooked meals. These plans help get you organized with everything you need to do to meal plan including grocery shopping lists, recipes, and even printable menus to hang on your refrigerator!
Starting today and running through January 11th only, you can save 30% on meal plans when you use coupon code JANUARY at checkout! This would be a perfect way to kick off the New Year!
How Eat at Home Meal Plans Work
To get started, you’ll want to head on over to Eat at Home. You have several payment plans to choose from – monthly ($14), quarterly ($31), and annual ($84). When you use the coupon code JANUARY, these prices drop to $9.80 for a month, $21.70 for a quarter, or $58.80 for an annual subscription!
Here are the different menu plans available:
- Traditional. These are family-friendly meals that include both meat and the occasional meatless fare. Good when you’ve got picky eaters!
- Wholesome Traditional. If you’re looking to incorporate more healthful, whole foods in your cooking, this is the option you’ll want to choose.
- Slow Cooker. Every recipe on this plan can be cooked in the slow cooker! As a bonus, you’ll receive recipes that can be frozen ahead of time for the slow cooker. Good choice for busy families.
- No Flour, No Sugar. This plan focuses on lots of vegetables and proteins and even has a “salad of the week.” This plan would be an excellent option for folks trying to eat healthy in the New Year.
But what if you want a traditional plan one week, but are curious to see the slow cooker plan another? Here’s the best part…. you’ll get access to ALL FOUR plans when you sign up! How awesome is that?
Last summer, I did an honest, unpaid review of those fancy boxed dinner programs (think Blue Apron and Home Chef). While these are often promoted as money saving, I found the opposite to be true and suggested that there were other ways you could save a lot of money while enjoying some help with your menu plans. I think Eat at Home would top the list!
Limited Time Only!
Since teaming with Eat at Home last year, I’ve only reported one or two sales at most. If you’re all inclined to sign up, I would urge you to do so on this sale, before the January 11th deadline. If you’re still on the fence, know that Eat at Home has a full money-back guarantee if you’re not 100% satisfied within the first two weeks.
I encourage you to head to Eat at Home to learn more, and do make sure to use the coupon code JANUARY to save 30%!