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No-Bake Rice Krispies Treats With white Chocolate and Peppermint

Cooking time: 0 min

 | 130 cal


3-Ingredient Cranberry Apple Cider Detox Drink

Cooking time: 0 min

 | 676 cal


Cranberry Shortbread Cookies

Cooking time: 12 min

 | 103 cal


Nutella Christmas Tree Puff Pastry

Cooking time: 20 min

 | 171 cal


Mayonnaise Roasted Whole Chicken

Cooking time: 60 min

 | 648 cal


Cranberry Nut Cream Cheese Balls

Cooking time: 0 min

 | 233 cal


Easy Green Bean Casserole

Cooking time: 20 min

 | 113 cal


Garlic Parmesan Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Cooking time: 25 min

 | 145 cal


Quick Collard Greens with Bacon

Cooking time: 15 min

 | 135 cal


Easy Orange Cranberry Sauce

Cooking time: 45 min

 | 16 cal


Garlic Parmesan Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Cooking time: 30 min

 | 141 cal


Green Bean Casserole with Bacon and Parmesan

Cooking time: 15 min

 | 159 cal


Fresh Cranberry Dip

Cooking time: 0 min

 | 54 cal


Roasted Turkey Breast with Garlic Herb Butter

Cooking time: 90 min

 | 1667 cal


Bacon Cabbage Skillet

Cooking time: 20 min

 | 252 cal


Maple Pecan Glaze

Cooking time: 10 min



Homemade Turkey Rub

Cooking time: 0 min

 | 45 cal


Garlic Butter Roasted Butternut Squash

Cooking time: 40 min

 | 143 cal


Roasted Chicken with Garlic Herb Butter

Cooking time: 80 min

 | 695 cal


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Use the search bar above to browse for recipes you like. You can also search by courses, ingredients, or diets using the menu tab below the search bar.

  1. When you find a recipe you like, simply click on the "Add to planner button".
  2. A popup will show up asking you for which day of the week you'd like to add the recipe.
  3. Once the recipe is added to your meal plan, the meal planner will show up with your saved recipe.

You can also add a recipe from an external website to the meal planner: Click on the button "Add a recipe from the web", then copy/paste the web address of the recipe you'd like to add. Click on "Get Recipe", choose the day you'd like to add the recipe, then click on "Add to Weekly Planner".

Note that you can add comments to the recipes by clicking on the pencil button. You can also edit the date field on top of the meal planner, so you can save several meal plans with specific dates, titles, or names.

The recipes you saved in your meal plan are stored in your browser cookies for one year. So if you want to leave the page and browse around Eatwell101, when you come back, the recipes will be still here. To delete a recipe, simply click on the small x below the recipe.

Once you're happy with your recipes selection and your meal plan, simply click on "Download my meal plan" (mobile) or "Quick Download" (desktop). Your meal plan will be downloaded to your device or computer as a PDF file, with links to the recipes so you can easily find them later. We also included the ingredients list in the PDF version so you can easily manage your shopping list.

You can save the file on your phone/tablet/computer, or send it via email, Whatsapp, and even print!

Eatwell101's Meal Planner is a web app and free meal planning tool that helps you to plan your meals and build shopping lists. It's available for free on the web (desktop and mobile). Ideal for busy people and families to plan their weekly meals and eat healthier.

Making a meal plan is very easy with Eatwell101's Meal Planner and can be broken down into five simple steps:

  1. Choose your recipes.
  2. Add the recipes to your weekly calendar.
  3. Make your grocery list.
  4. Shop for your groceries.
  5. Cook, eat, and enjoy!

To make a weekly menu plan:

  1. Compose a list of recipes from Eatwell101 or any website you like on the web. Make sure to ask your family what they like so you can build your meal plan with confidence.
  2. Sort by proteins: Chicken, beef, fish, eggs, etc - Or adapt depending on your dietary preferences. This helps having a solid base for each meal.
  3. Add each recipe to every days of the week on the meal planner. You can add several recipes for the same day.
  4. Make your grocery list (Eatwell101's Meal Planner helps you do that!). Take into account what you already have in your pantry or fridge.
  5. Shop, cook, eat!
  6. Repeat: Create a new meal plan. Our Menu Planner allows you to keep your weekly meal plan in printable or PDF format. This way you can make multiple meal plans.
  7. Rotate: Alternate your meal plans and make adjustments for the next weeks.

Planning your weekly menu in advance allows you to know what your meals will look like and what you need to buy at the grocery store - cutting down unplanned trips and impulse purchases. Meal planning gives you a good overview of what to include in your weekly meals if you follow a specific diet. Having a menu plan will also help you reduce food waste, which will save you money on the long run!

No. Our meal planning tool is 100% free. There is no one-time fee and no subscritpion. You can browse, save recipes, and create your meal plans for free:

  1. Browse our recipes, or find recipes you like online.
  2. Add the recipes to the Menu Planning Tool.
  3. Save your meal plan, then print or export in PDF (the grocery list will appear, and clicking on the title of the recipes will take you directly to the directions).
  4. Enjoy!

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