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eMeals has a variety of different meal plans to pick from. I choose the Clean Eating plan for 2 Menu(1-2 servings) since I live by myself and don’t need the Family Plan(3-6 servings). The Clean Eating plan has the just natural ingredients and simple, tasty recipes for your healthy lifestyle. The only things added or processed are convenience and efficiency. eMeals delivers a weekly meal plan right to my email. The meal plan includes recipes, ingredient list and even a shopping list.
I use eMeals to plan all dinner meals as I am sometimes get busy with doing things and this makes it easy for me. There is a Slow Cooker Menu Plan which I think I will try next. Yes you can change the Plans anytime you want and will still have the old menu plans in your account. I really like that since sometimes I would like to try new things.
eMeals has 13 dinner plan options from classic meals, gluten free, paleo, slow cooker, low carb etc. They also have lunch, breakfast and dessert menus that you can add on to your account. eMeals has three different subscription options to fit your budget and need – 3 months/$30; 6 months/$48; 12 months/$58. With the add on options an additional $3-4 per month.
eMeals is adding some new food to our menu and helping make meal planning a little bit easier! Thanks eMeals!
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Here is a free recipe from eMeal Blog courtesy of Molly with Stilettos and
1 cup pumpkin
3 cups oats, not cooked
4 Tbsp maple syrup
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 Tbsp flax seeds
1 cup walnuts
1/2 cup grain sweetened chocolate chips. You could use dark chocolate pieces, regular chocolate chips or just skip them altogether. I did half with and half without.
Mix everything together in a large bowl. You kind of want to press and fold to get everything together. Roll into balls about 1″ in diameter. Place on a wax paper or saran lined pan and chill for about 30 minutes. Store in an airtight