Mar 23, 2011

Moo La La: 6-Month Subscription to E-Mealz for $12 (reg. $30)


Are you guys ready for another daily deal site?  I JUST signed up for Moo La La today to take a look at this E-Mealz deal that’s available today.

I’ve heard of E-Mealz and it really seems like a GREAT resource to help you in your menu planning.  My #1 (and probably #2 and #3) recommendation for saving money on your groceries is to MENU PLAN.  It’s crucial to everyone’s food budget.

Here’s a little more info from their website:

E-Mealz has been created to provide a kid-friendly and family-uniting meal planning resource for busy Moms and frugal family cooks. Each meal plan is based on the current sales at the grocery stores, with plan options categorized according to store and/or weight management strategy. The recipes are delicious, simple and easy to follow. Each plan is new every week and has a corresponding aisle-by-aisle grocery list. Almost every week includes a crock-pot recipe and easy dinner ideas. There are meal plans for two people, for a low fat diet, a low carb diet, and for those who are following a point system, as well!

It’s regularly $5 a month (so $30 for 6 months), but today on Moo La La, they have it priced at only $12 for 6 months ($2 a month)!!  There aren’t a ton of things that I think it would be worth it for everyone to try out, but at $2 a month, I would totally recommend giving E-Mealz a try!

They have meal plans for all of the following:

  • Point-Systems
  • Low-Carb
  • Vegetarian
  • Couples-Only (2-person)
  • Low Fat
  • Gluten-Free

And then they have meals plan based off of the ads at the following stores:

  • Kroger
  • Publix
  • Wal-Mart
  • Aldi
  • Ralph’s
  • Any-Store

If you’re interested, you can sign up for Moo La La here and take a look at the deal:  E-Mealz $12 for 6 Months Deal

(Thanks, A Frugal Chick!)

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  1. I have used E-Mealz and LOVE it! I first used the Walmart points plan for 3 months, then took a break for 2 months. When I decided to subscribe again, I chose the Aldi plan for 3 months. Both plans worked well for my family, and there were NO duplication of meals in those 6 months – lots of variety. The timing of this is PERFECT! My subscription ran out 2 weeks ago, and this is a heck-of-a-deal! Thanks!

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