Giveaway — 3 Months of eMeals Menu Planning Service

Know what I love?? Tools that make my life easier. That’s why I was so excited do a trial membership of eMeals, an online menu planning service. Not only does eMeals save me a BUNCH of time, but it also saves our family money by providing accompanying shopping lists (taking advantage of weekly grocery specials) for each week’s menu!

Currently, the site only offers meal plans for dinner for families of 2-6, but there has been talk on the eMeals Facebook page of adding other meals to future plans as well — an option I hope they pursue. Regardless, as a mom who would spend a lot of time menu planning and grocery shopping for our family, I found the dinner menus, recipes, and very organized shopping lists to be a great time saver!!

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I was surprised to see the variety of menu plans available — clean eating, natural & organic, vegetarian, low-carb, gluten-free, and many more! Once your subscription is activated, you can login at any time to obtain the menu for the current week, as well as the previous week’s menu in .pdf format. There is also an accompanying grocery list that has been priced out at different grocery stores like Whole Foods, Aldi, Wal-Mart, Kroger, Publix, and more. LOVE that!! I also love that most of the recipes can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.

eMeals menu planning service starts at just $5 a month, a GREAT price for saving hours worth of planning time. …and anything that saves me time, so I can spend more quality time with my family..?? Totally awesome. Added bonus — if you subscribe now, they will include a bonus 4th of July celebration menu free! Check it out…

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Also?? An eMeals subscription would make a totally awesome gift for just about anyone. ((hint, hint, Mark…our trial is almost up. Ahem!)) I highly recommend it for those looking for new and delicious recipes to try, busy parents, or those who are actively looking to stick to a budget.

Now the FUN Part — One very lucky Inner Child Fun reader will win a 3 month subscription to the eMeals menu plan of their choice!!! To enter for your chance to win, go to the eMeals website and browse their menu plans, then come back and leave a comment on this post telling us which eMeals menu plan you would most like to try. For a bonus entry, you can follow eMeals on Pinterest — just leave a separate comment to let us know that you’re following them there!

This giveaway is open to all US residents over 18 years of age. Giveaway ends Saturday, June 30th @ 6:30pm EST, and winner will be chosen at random. (See Official Giveaway Rules.)

Good luck!!

*Disclosure — I was given a trial membership of the eMeals Clean Eating menu plan for the purposes of this review. This post contains affiliate links, and no compensation was given. All opinions are my own.


  1. Their recipes look FABULOUS! For me it was a toss up between the regular plan (Kroger) and the Clean Eating Plan. I’m glad you did a review – yummy looking food!

  2. Oh…and following them on Pinterest too. Thanks again!

  3. I would probably do the Clean Eating plan or the regular plan.

  4. Also, I follow on pinterest! πŸ˜€

  5. I would try the Wal-Mart plan because I buy most of my groceries from there already.

  6. I’m following them on pinterest, too.

  7. I would probably go for the gluten free or vegetarian plan. Hard to choose!

  8. Sigh, gluten free plan. I’m not very happy about the change.

  9. We mostly shop at Aldi, so I’d go with the ALDI meals for 2 menu. We have a 5 week old baby and I go back to work way too soon, so this would be awesome.

  10. I’d like the regular plan. I looked up some on pinterest and the ‘loaded bowl’ looks amazing!

  11. Following on pinterest. πŸ˜‰ Great giveaway!

  12. Nikolette B says

    I would try the regular meal plan for any store (since i don’t shop at any of the stores listed). I hate planning meals so this would fantastic!

  13. Ashli VP says

    I would like to try the family vegetarian meal plan. I became a vegetarian 2 months ago in hopes of keeping my chronic illness in check. It has been a tough adjustment with a meat loving husband, a picky toddler and nursing my little one. I have been browsing the internet and various cook books for family-friendly vegetarian meals that would work for my whole family on a budget. Let me just say that is 90% of the battle. eMeals had me at “Everyone can eat from the menu with no need to prepare a separate meal.” At this point any and all help planning meals for my family would be greatly appreciated πŸ˜€

  14. The family plan from Walmart or the Clean Eating Plan

  15. following emeals on pinterest

  16. I love the low carb meal plan. The gorcery lists look so easy my husband couold even do the shopping.

  17. Michelle says

    I would love to try either the clean eating plan or the natural and organic plan.

  18. This sounds like it would really save time. I like the natural and organic family meal plan. I am trying to serve more whole foods and healthy choices but it involves changing the way I cook and think. This would certainly help, especially after a long day at work.

  19. Yum! The regular family plan from Kroger! Would be great to give it a try!

  20. I’m following eMeals!

  21. I would try the reg. or the clean eating plan!

  22. I would chose the vegetarian family plan. looks great!

  23. Why have I never heard of this? What an awesome website!! I really liked the natural and organic meal plans. I took a look at the sample menu…YUMMY! This will also help me get out of our meal rut. πŸ™‚

  24. I’m also following emeals on Pinterest! πŸ™‚

  25. I would select the Gluten Free plan. The crustless quiche recipe made me hungry!

  26. Almost forgot to tell you that I’m following emeals on Pinterest.

  27. I would choose the clean eating plan. πŸ™‚

  28. I would choose the clean eating plan. Looks delicious!

  29. Definitely love emeals plans! I wish they had a plan specifically for Costco cause then the choice would be easy! I would pick the veggie plan myself, but will have to end up with the regular plan to satiate my carnivore of a hubby…