This post was sponsored by eMeals.com and I was also provided with an eMeals subscription in order to review this service! As always, all opinions are mine!
I’ve been dying to try eMeals.com and was totally psyched when asked to review! eMeals is a recipe/grocery shipping list subscription service and they have over 50 weekly plans based on preferred food style, family size and grocery store. Plans include classic, clean eating, simple gourmet, low fat, low carb, paleo, portion control, organic, vegetarian and gluten-free meals. This is the only dinner subscription I know of that caters to such a wide variety of eating styles. You can save 35% off eMeals with code CYBER35.
To get started on eMeals you choose your family size, grocery store, and the menu you select. I looked at several different plans and settled on “Simple Gourmet.” I felt it matched my cooking style while still being something my kids would eat – but I can change my plan too. Every week you’ll get a recipe list along with the grocery shopping list. I used the eMeals iPhone¬†app and selected the recipes I would make for the week and checked off the items I already had at home. When I went to the grocery store I shopped from the list on my phone – and that was it! It was¬†super easy and I enjoyed that feature immensely.