eMeals is a meal planning service that is not only affordable, but it’s so easy to use. It’s been all over the internet the past few years, and I’m always stunned when I find people who haven’t been using it! I have been using eMeals for a few years now, and every few months I’ve switched up my menu. I’ve tried classic, low fat, low carb, portion control (when I was on Weight Watchers), and now I’m stuck on Paleo.
What is Emeals?
- Clean Eating
- Slow Cooker
- Low Carb
- Low Fat
- Portion Control
- Natural & Organic
- Simple Gourmet
- Gluten Free
Here’s a sample of what I cook from using the Paleo plan. I receive weekly PDFs to my email, and I generally print them and file them in my recipe binder. I can also access my weekly plan through their iPhone app. It makes grocery shopping a breeze since my list is already on my phone! You can also Try eMeals plus grocery delivery with Instacart! Grocery delivery PLUS healthy recipe ideas… it’s a no brainer. You can save money if you take this route compared to other meal delivery services.
For those that are on a Whole 30 (like I was last month), it’s easy to customize the recipes to ensure that they are Whole 30 compliant. I glanced at a few of the Paleo recipes for the past year, and the majority of them were Whole 30 compliant.
For dinner last night, I decided to cook up two of my favorite eMeals Paleo menu items. I’ve been making these every so often over the past year, and I don’t even need to glance at the recipe anymore since it’s now routine.
I have found that the olive oil at Trader Joe’s is priced right, and I have been using the organic virgin coconut oil in practically everything. I also love the 21 Seasoning Salute as added spice on many of my dishes. I use it on vegetables and chicken.
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