Cooking Something New with eMeals

What’s the hardest part of cooking each week? Making a list and planning the meals. It’s way too easy for us to eat the same meals every week. Although there’s nothing wrong with eating baked chicken and green beans every week, it can tend to get a little boring. What if you could pay someone about $5.00 each month to plan out your entire list of meals plus give you a fully detailed grocery list with prices based on the store of your choice. We’ve been having so much fun cooking something new with eMeals.

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Cooking Something New with eMeals

Here’s how it works:

You sign up and choose your family size, store choice and eating plan.

Whether your family is following a low carb, low fat, gluten free, organic, or just tying to watch portion size, there is a custom designed plan with you in mind.

Each Wednesday I get an email with a full list of recipes plus a grocery list.


Weekly eMeals plan sent to my email

I am not a very adventurous cook, but my husband enjoys cooking new recipes. We have decided that it is not really reasonable to think that we are going to try seven brand new recipes each week. What we have found though, is that we are able to pick at least 2 or 3 ideas off the list each week and introduce them to our family.

This last weekend we tried the Creamy Pork Chops and Spinach Bake. The creamy pork chops were a hit; the spinach bake – not a huge family favorite. We are wanting to try it again using mixed greens instead of spinach. The important thing is that we are introducing different entrees and side dishes to our menu plan.

creamy pork chop and spinach bake

I am loving this weekly email with ideas for new meals. I think once we build up a few of the staples that are needed for real cooking that we will even spend less. But some of the spices and add on ingredients are not something that we have traditionally stocked in our cabinet.

This is a great idea for someone like me who really tends to get in a rut with our weekly dinner meals. If you also want to add breakfast or lunch options, you can choose to add those to your plan for an additional charge.

You can sign up or get more information by clicking over to the eMeals website.

Have you ever tried emeals or another meal planning service? I’d love to hear what you think about letting someone else do some of the work to make life easier!

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About Sharon Williams

Sharon Williams is a mom of 3 who loves to read, travel, take pictures, work in the flowers and spend time with family. When she's not blogging, she's probably out enjoying life so she'll have something fun to blog about tomorrow!


  1. says

    Interesting. I love the idea, as the most difficult for me is coming up with the menu. But my husband is a meat and potatos kind of guy and I dont think he would enjoy all the different dishes. So not sure if this would work for me.

  2. says

    Sharon, thanks for bringing eMeals to my attention. I get in a rut cooking, too, and it’s nice to have some different options when I feel adventurous, or the safety of the things I know. I will definitely be checking this out further!

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