Two of Our Favorite Food Bloggers Just Started a Meal Planning Service

published Jul 17, 2017
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The brains behind the incredibly popular food blogs How Sweet Eats and Two Peas and Their Pod have launched a meal planning subscription service. Called Sweet Peas Meals, the goal is to get people to cook balanced and delicious meals without having to spend too much time in the kitchen.

“When we first started talking about Sweet Peas Meals, our main goal was to create something that would simplify your everyday life, every single day,” reads the website. “We do all of the work for you to plan delicious, family-friendly menus week after week, giving you the time to focus on enjoying the joy and fun that mealtime should be.”

Here’s how it works: Subscribers receive a list of staple ingredients, a guide for how to shop smarter at the supermarket, and access to the Sweet Peas Meals members-only Facebook community. Then, they will get a shopping list, six recipes, a printable overview of the week’s menu, and a meal-prep guide delivered to their inbox every Thursday. Also included in the weekly email are some ideas for breakfasts and lunches that incorporate leftover ingredients.

The subscription is perfect for people who want to cook but don’t want to source recipes and risk choosing a bad one. It’s also great for those who are familiar with buying too many ingredients that end up going to waste. At launch, the subscription plan does not specifically cater to gluten-free, vegan, or other dietary restrictions. But since users have control over what they purchase, they can make modifications to meet their needs.

The price of one month costs $15.99, but you can get a six-month subscription for $12.99 per month or a year-long subscription for $10.99 a month.

Check out the website: Sweet Pea Meals

Is this something you want to try? Have you looked into meal planning services before? Let us know in the comments!