It All Starts with Meal Planning

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Meal Planner Printables

When it comes to feeding your family well, meal planning is the best first step. Whether your goal is to stop the chaos of trying to figure out what to serve for dinner each night, or what food to grow and preserve, starting with meal planning lays a solid foundation.

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  • 46 pages (23 color, and 23 black and white)
  • Weekly Meal Planner
  • School and Work Lunches Planner
  • Pantry Inventory
  • Fridge Inventory
  • Freezer Inventory
  • Pantry Challenge (2 styles)
  • Grocery List (2 styles)
  • Recipes to Try
  • Family Favorites
  • Monthly Meal Planner for Each Month of the Year

Want to stop flying by the seat of your pants when figuring out what groceries to buy, what food to grow, and preserve, and what to cook?

This Meal Planner Printable Pack
is for you. . . 

If you panic every time someone in your family asks, “What’s for dinner?,” you want to reduce the number of times you eat out, or if you’re simply tired of eating the same old thing all the time. 

Here’s What You’ll Get

You’ll get a total of 46 printable pages, 23 in color, 23 in black and white. I created the black and white versions as printer friendly options to make printing them a no brainer. 

Save Money by Using Food You Already Have

Sometimes the best way to meal plan is to do a quick inventory of food you already have in your fridge, freezer, and pantry. The fridge, freezer, and pantry inventory pages, and the pantry challenge make this fun and easy. You can do this any time, but it’s especially helpful when unexpected expenses crop up, when money is tight for any reason, or you simply want to use up food before it goes bad.

Go Beyond Dinner

Many meal planners forget all about planning for breakfast and lunches. The Weekly Meal Planner has room for all 3 meals, plus snacks, and the School and/or Work Lunch Planner makes sure you have a plan for midday meals outside of the home.

Grocery Shopping Your Way

If, like me, you order groceries for pick up or delivery, a simple list where you jot down things you need as you meal plan is sufficient. However, if you make a weekly trek to the grocery store, it’s easier to organize your list by grocery store sections. I created two grocery list printables so that regardless of your grocery shopping style, I’ve got you covered.

Arm Yourself with Delicious Recipes

Have you ever come across recipes that you want to try, “someday” and then can’t find then when you want them? The Recipes to Try page solves that problem! The Family Favorites page ensures the recipes your family loves are always at your fingertips. Plus, they are an easy way to pass on your favorite recipes to friends and family.

Keep Track of Everything in One Place

Creating your very own, personalized meal planning binder will help you keep track of all of your meal plans, recipes, notes, and more in a single place. Once printed, no Internet or electricity is required to access your information.

Why I Created These Meal Planner Printables

I was flying by the seat of my pants when it came to meals for the family.

Rebecca Livermore

I was a stay-at-home mom, and as a single income family, money was tight. One of my most important responsibilities was making sure we ate well, on a budget.

You would think this would be easy, but in spite of it being one of my most important jobs, I struggled to keep up with it, and fell into the habit of preparing the same old things over and over again, or worse, ordering way too many pizzas.

Thankfully, over time, I developed a meal planning system that was a total game changer. Not only did we eat a better variety of delicious food, amazingly, we also spent less at the grocery store.

Here’s everything you get instantly. . .

Once you make your purchase, you’ll have immediate access to all 46 printable pages, that you can print an unlimited number of times.

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