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  • 02-21-2017, 08:19 AM

    Re: Free Printable Menu Planners

    Quote Originally Posted by ym1969 View Post
    I did not find this site helpful at all , i could not download any of the items.
    Did you try posting in the Tech Support forum for assistance with your device? Also, it could be because you're not an active member on the site. Downloads use a lot of bandwidth (which is quite expensive) so they are reserved for Members.

    There are several levels of registration. Currently members with very few posts have limited access to the features within the forums, you may have reached your limit based on your lack of activity as a member.

    You can view more information regarding the levels of registration and additional available features here.
  • 02-21-2017, 12:00 AM

    Re: Free Printable Menu Planners

    I did not find this site helpful at all , i could not download any of the items.
  • 09-06-2016, 11:49 AM

    Re: Free Printable Menu Planners

    There's only 1 of me and I do successful menu planning always. Some of the paring down includes these things:
    1. I have learned to do a lot of repackaging into 1 or 2 meal portions as part of putting away groceries.
    2. I do the math on favorite recipes and cut down how much I make.
    3. When I make a full recipe it's because I plan to do it rather than allowing it to happen by chance. I call them planned overs. I rely heavily on planned overs because I have an illness that can make meal prep impossible. So I regularly make the full recipe on good days and immediately put the planned overs up into meals for the freezer. Others buy prepackaged meals from the grocery store, so why not put up the things I love instead of eating the commercial stuff that I do not like?
    I love Lock n Lock for doing that, but use all sorts of freezer containers, including things like ZipLock or Gladware, and glass jars filled properly (plenty of headroom). I even use freezer bags for things such as beans that I make in larger batches.
    4. I use the "freezer to crockpot" ideas regularly. Get one chicken or max pack of ______ and set up multiple meals, complete with seasonings and sauces into freezer bags for future use in the crockpot. I'm making one of those today. My Tuesdays are terrible, so no meal prep.
    So I think the key is the advance planning.


    Quote Originally Posted by rockin grandma View Post
    I haven't seen this addressed-There are just 2 of us & its hard to get into the groove of cooking smaller, Like homemade veg. soup or spagetti sauce. We both like leftovers but sometimes when I fix something else...I end up throwing little containers away. Does anyone have smaller meal planners ? We do eat out at least once a week.
  • 01-07-2015, 02:45 PM
    I wish I had a printer to print these off Oh well I can use paper and pen and put it up somewhere. These print outs are amazing! Thank you for the time put into the files
  • 12-23-2014, 11:08 PM

    Re: Free Printable Menu Planners

    Love the Monday Menu Planner, Fantastic I can type straight in. Being a full time teacher and mother it means I can write 3 months worth of menu and put it into my freezer every school holidays. Thank you!
  • 09-06-2014, 06:00 AM
    Thank You so much! I will be using these for sure! It is only two of us and I tend to cook too much and buy stuff I don't need!
  • 08-18-2014, 10:10 AM
    No more procrastinating. Thanks for the motivation to start planning.
  • 08-13-2014, 01:24 PM
    I'm looking forward to using the meal planner. I've recently downsized from 4 to 2.
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