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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

What's for Dinner?

With a new school year rapidly approaching, here are some great online dinner planning tools to help you spend less time answering the question "What's for dinner?" and more time hanging out with the kids!  allows you to customize menus and plan grocery lists.  It lets you search its large data base of recipes by items such as fast, kid friendly, low fat, etc.  This is a FREE resource. also has a meal planner and grocery list option.  This site also features a number of cool calculators including a personal nutrition planner and your food personality.  This is a FREE resource. has a point and click planner that is "pre" filled in with ideas and features diet tips.  It was a little hard to learn, but had some new ideas for easy meals.  This is a FREE resource for 10 days, then you pay as you go. (The prices did seem pretty reasonable.)

If you have LOTS of favorite recipes, but need a structure to use them, HERE is a great notebook concept to organize your meals and a list HERE of many different do it yourself organizers.


Anonymous said...

Thanks so much. A great resource I really need to try!