Avoid Dinnertime Stress with My Favorite Meal Plan Service – Try It Risk-Free for a Month!

Looking for a new meal plan? Eat at Home meal plans may be your solution!

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Need to get back into a good dinner routine?

Who knew that the hardest part of being an adult is figuring out what to cook for dinner every single night for the rest of your life!? 😉 Even though I’m pretty confident in the kitchen, having the energy to meal plan for my family each week is something I struggle with, and often get in the rut of cooking the same things over and over. LOL!

I know I’m not alone, as lots of you have also shared with us your desire for more meal tips, too!

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Let’s ALL get a little help while eating at home!

If you’re looking to stop stressing about what to get on the table, Eat at Home Meal Plans are a fantastic solution for busy people!

These meal plans are such a helpful way to get evenings organized and running smoother for dinner.

slow cooker carnitas with guacamole

Eat at Home meal plans give you access to a completed grocery list and a set of delicious recipes. All you’ll have to do is double-check what you already have on hand and add the remaining items to your grocery list to pick up any missing ingredients. Then, you’ll know what to cook each night of the week ahead, and it’s so convenient!

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Not sure if you want to sign up for an entire month or more!?

Eat at Home has a 30-day money-back guarantee! If you aren’t satisfied for the entire month, you can get a full refund. If you want to cancel a monthly or quarterly subscription, simply email help@eatathomecooks.com and they will honor your request!

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There are four delicious plan types AND you can mix and match plans!

TraditionalThe traditional plan is family-friendly, including a variety of meats and veggies, along with the occasional meatless meal. This plan incorporates the largest variety of recipes – all of which are kid-approved! Even your pickiest eater will find a lot to enjoy.

Whole Food Plant-BasedMeals based on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, nuts, and seeds. No meat, fish, milk, eggs, or cheese. This plan uses common ingredients found in your grocery store, just like our other plans.

Slow Cooker/Instant PotSlow cookers and Instant Pots are the busy mom’s best friends! This plan provides the variety of our Traditional Plan, except every recipe can be cooked in your slow cooker and many include Instant Pot options too. BONUS: Each month’s plan also includes one week of Slow Cooker Freezer meals that can be assembled in about 1 hour!  

No Flour, No SugarHealthy food can be delicious! This meal plan features easy-to-prepare, hearty, healthy recipes for your family to enjoy. These meals are big on veggies and protein from whole foods that you can find in any supermarket. Enjoy a Salad of the Week, and an optional Easy Protein of the Week. No flour or artificial sugars are added.

Go HERE to get access to all FOUR of these Eat at Home plans each week!

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How does the Eat at Home membership work?

Each week, you’ll receive a meal planning guide that includes six dinners and one dessert (the No Flour/No Sugar has five dinners and one Salad for the Week). You can flip through each different category to choose the ones that sound best, and swap out meals if needed. All the lists are color-coded so you can easily check your grocery list to see which ingredients pair with each recipe.

sheet pan with roasted vegetables from eat at home meals

Here are more reasons I LOVE Eat At Home meal plans:

    • These recipes are my jam! If you enjoy the simple, family-friendly recipes that I share here on Hip2Save.com, you’ll love these easy-to-make meals with clear instructions. There are no unusual or hard-to-find ingredients, and so far every recipe has been easy to adapt to taste for my family too.
    • I loved the variety of preparation methods in Eat at Home recipes. For instance, I noticed the Crock-Pot meals have Instant Pot instructions, too! If you love easy oven sheet pan meals like me, they have lots of those too.
    • It will save you money! This service is great for busy families that don’t have a lot of time to plan meals but want to cut back on the cost of eating out. Plus, if I don’t meal plan, I’ll buy too much food, and it’s more likely to go bad before I use it. This saves me from wasted food!
    • You can use Eat at Home for meal prep, too! The Slow Cooker/Instant Pot Plan also includes a monthly bonus menu. It includes six freezer meals that can be assembled in about 1 hour! Spend an hour on your weekend to prep dinners ahead of time, and have them on hand and ready for when life gets busy!

Here are two easy-to-make meals that are great examples of the yummy dinners from Eat at Home!

eat at home carnitas tacos on a plate with corn

Slow Cooker Carnitas with Corn on the Cob and Fresh Guacamole

Making carnitas in the Crock-Pot is the easiest way! I feel so accomplished when I can put together dinner early and then have it ready after work. This meat was so flavorful. Microwaving the corn and mashing up homemade guacamole was so simple. My family loves tacos, so this dinner was well received!

eat at home sausage potato and broccoli sheet pan meal

Chicken Apple Sausage, Potato Wedges, and Broccoli Sheet Pan Meal

Sheet pan meals are my favorite. You just throw everything in the oven and there’s one pan to wash! This yummy dinner included our favorite Aidelle’s Chicken Apple Sausage (which I highly recommend), seasoned potatoes, and roasted broccoli.

I also love to make easy sheet pan meals like this for meal prep and reheat during the week for lunch!

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Conclusion: Eat at Home Meal Plans rock!

As a food blogger who has written meal plans myself, I can tell you it is a TON of work; it takes many hours. Letting someone else do the work for you is so time-saving! If you have picky eaters like I do, this is a great way to get lots of delicious family-approved options for easy meals.


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