My free meal planning printable is my way of helping you save money and plan your meals. My meal plan printable has clean lines and a simple style. It will fit right into any planner, in your purse, or on the refrigerator.
Meal planning isn’t one of the easiest tasks in our lives, but it can make your life easier. I know, it’s kind of an oxymoron.
Weekly Meal Planner with Grocery List
My Meal Planning printable also has a grocery list. This will help you stave even more organized. You can fill out your meal plan for the week, then write down any items you need at the grocery store on the list.
In our house, I’m the one who plans most of our meals. My husband sometimes takes over breakfast on the weekends. I used to ask him what he wanted to eat for the week, but he always told me he did not care. Occasionally, he will make a suggestion or send me a recipe he thinks he will like.
Luckily, my daughter is not a picky eater and is willing to try new things. Her two favorite foods are cheeseburgers and cheese enchiladas. I have a fantastic recipe for Cheese Enchiladas on my other website, New Mom at 40.
Before Meal Planning Printable
Before I started planning out our meals, I usually decided on dinner at the end of the day at work, or after I got home and looked to see what ingredients we have. Sometimes, that is very stressful.
Meal Plans Help You Save Time and Money
Instead of frantically searching for ingredients to make dinner, start planning your meals ahead of time. I like to plan two weeks at a time because that is how our paychecks run. You can plan once a week or a month at a time. Whatever works best for you.
Add Some of my Favorite Meals to your Meal Plan Printable
- Irish Ale Potato Soup
- Ham Egg and Cheese Wrap
- Turtle Brownie Bites
- Simple Salisbury Steak
- Budget Friendly Hamburger Hash
- Easy Skinny Girl Shrimp Scampi (Low-Carb)
- Easy One Pan Pork Chops with Potatoes & Green Beans