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Making frozen pizza is great every once in awhile. But when it becomes your go-to meal every night of the week, it might be time to bring in some help. And no we aren't talking about a private chef (we can dream though).
eMeals is a meal planning app that not only helps you decide what to cook, but stick to set dietary restrictions too. It can inspire you to break free from your cooking rut and discover some amazing recipes.
Intrigued? Here’s how it works: eMeals picks from a wide range of healthy recipes specially developed by a team of professionals and registered dietitians. You can filter the recipes to suit your individual lifestyle needs, with options for meals that are gluten-free, vegan, paleo, diabetic-friendly, low-carb, keto, quick and healthy, kid-friendly and more.
Once you select your meals and recipes for the week ahead, you can either buy the ingredients on your own or delegate your shopping list to Amazon, Walmart, Kroger, Instacart or Shipt. Less thinking and planning on your part and a healthier, tastier result.
A one-year subscription to eMeals Digital Meal Planner will only cost you $52 (was $130)—just a dollar a week! That'll get you meal plans for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you'd rather test drive the service before committing to a year, you can also get a six-month subscription for just $40 (was $101).
Not a breakfast person? No worries. There are six-month subscriptions available for just lunch and dinner for $33 (was $83) or dinner only for $24 (was $60). It may not be as amazing as a personal chef, but it's a whole lot more affordable. Bon appétit!
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