CHOOSE your plan. PRINT the grocery list. SHOP and Cook.
Here is what you'll get:
Our Traditional Plan is built with family friendly meals in mind. This plan includes a variety of meats and vegetables, along with occasional meatless meals. The Traditional Plan incorporates all the variety of recipes that you’ll find on the Eat at Home blog.
Slow Cooker Plan
Much like the Traditional Plan, except every recipe can cook in your slow cooker. Each month also includes one week of Slow Cooker Freezer meals that can be assembled in about 1 hour.
Whole Foods Plan
This plan is designed for families just stepping into a whole foods life style or those who have been eating this way for longer. The plan uses common ingredients found in your grocery store, just like our other plans. There’s an emphasis on natural foods, including a variety of meats, vegetables, fruits and whole grains.
Are you wondering about any of these things?
“I'M AFRAID I won’t use the plans.”
Our customers find the plans so easy, it’s easier to use them than not to. But even if you only use one week out of each month – even if you only replace one fast food meal with a home cooked meal, the plan more than pays for itself. One fast food meal for a family of four can cost $20-$25. And if the plans help your family avoid four or six or ten restaurant meals in a month, then buying Eat at Home Weekly Meal Plans will save you a ton of money.
“I’m not sure my family will like the meals and recipes.”
Try some of the recipes on the Eat at Home blog. If you enjoy those, you’ll enjoy the meals on the plan. And if you don’t like the recipes we share here, you probably won’t like the plans either.
“I wonder if the groceries will be expensive?”
Our customers find that the groceries are very affordable. Often, the grocery trips become less expensive when they follow the EaH Weekly Meal Plan lists.
“I don’t want to buy ingredients that I’ll rarely or never use again.”
Our recipes use common pantry ingredients. This means they’re easy to find in your neighborhood grocery and they’re affordable. And if you don’t get to make one of the meals in a week, the ingredients will be useful for other meals. No waste.
I DON'T WANT YOU TO WORRY ABOUT BUYING, so here’s my refund policy.
It’s really easy to get started.
Just select which subscription option you want from the list below. You’ll be prompted to pay through Paypal (you can use a major credit card).
Once you’ve paid, you’ll register with your username and password to create your login. You’ll also be sent an email from firstname.lastname@example.org (add that to your safe list) to the email account you use with Paypal. Click the link in the email to confirm so we can remind you each week to download the plans.
HERE'S WHAT people who have already subscribed to Eat at Home Weekly Meal Plans are saying:
"The plans I have tried in the past from other companies have gotten monotonous. I love having the crockpot meals to mix in with the regular plan. Whenever I actually stick to a plan, the shopping and prep is much easier. I like the easy recipes with easy-to-find common ingredients. I like getting both the crockpot and regular plan so I can mix and match. Meal planning is much easier and faster. My family has really enjoyed a lot of the recipes. A lot of families I know are stuck in a fast food/frozen meal rut with really “picky eaters”. I encourage them to introduce their kids to a variety of good home-cooked foods early. My 19 month old eats just about everything I cook from this plan, as do the older kids and my husband. It’s also nice to not have to think and plan too much when you first start cooking for your family. Also, the price is perfect."
"I didn’t have any hesitations at all. The price is reasonable, and it takes all the guess work out of menu planning for me. My first week using the plan, it made everything MUCH quicker and easier. I had a list without having to create it. I like the grocery list and time savings. The ease and price is fantastic.
"I had one hesitation before purchasing: The recipes…would the meals be options that my family would actually eat? (Thankfully, YES!) I spend less time preparing the weekly menu, quicker shopping, no last minute scrambling after work and kid pick-up. Having a plan is a major stress relief! I like the two menu choices–crock pot & regular. I usually pick a couple from each menu and throw in one or two of our “family favorites” to fill in gaps. I also like that these menus have ingredients my kids and husband will actually eat. I have tried other services, but they had hard-to-find ingredients or included meals my family wouldn’t touch with a 10-ft. pole. I have absolutely loved this service since I signed up a couple of months ago. It has helped me see the benefit of a weekly plan instead of trying to figure out what to cook once we get home in the evening. It is also allowing me more free time to spend with the kids, because I spend less time coming up with and preparing each meal. The recipes are delicious, easy, and family-friendly. I feel like I’m regaining some of the sanity and organizational skills I lost when my kids came along. I have tried at least 3 other meal planning services, and this one is the best…by far! I absolutely love Eat at Home and am recommending it to all my working mother friends.
"I wondered whether I would actually use the plans to justify cost. Now I’m much better about planning and using what I buy. I like both traditional and crock pot recipes. I’m saving money by planning and buying what I plan, eating at home instead of out. I recommend this if someone is like me and doesn’t plan but eats out a lot, YES!"
"We are eating less fast food and eating at home more now. The grocery list is my favorite feature. I have saved money since starting the plan. And we eat healthy meals that are cheaper than fast food out. At the beginning, I had problems getting the links , but Tiffany worked with me and was very helpful. She has always been prompt with an answer."
"I’ve made so many of the Eat at Home recipes that I knew it would be great. Planning is much easier now. Less thought goes into my menu planning. I like the small or large serving choice. I have thirteen children so I feed 15 people every night. I ‘only’ have to double the large meal plan! I have recommended it to quite a few of my friends."