I want to be a good couponer, sale-paperer, and meal planner, but I’m just not. I have trouble making the time for it, and when I do think about it, I can’t find my sale papers, or never remember to actually use my coupons, even if I have them in my hand at the register.

(You know what’s annoying? When you get to your car and realize you have to set down your coupons to unlock the car doors. I DESPISE MYSELF.)

Anytime I complain about my lack of the meal-planning gene, One of my friends preaches to me about the amazing benefits of E-MEALZ. I was interested, but never got around to signing up. So when E-MEALZ offered to let me try it (and give one of you a chance to give it a whirl), I was totally for it.


Basically, E-MEALZ does all the work of maximizing the sales for me. They take what’s on sale at Publix (they have other grocery store plans as well, but Publix is the one in my area), match it to very simple recipes, and give me a meal plan, recipes, and grocery list.

It’s awesome!

They actually provide recipes and a grocery list for SEVEN meals a week, but since I don’t cook nearly seven times a week, I’m also glad that on the shopping list, they reference each item back to which meal it’s for, so that I can easily highlight the items for the meals I plan to prepare. However, I love all of the choices of the different meals – it makes it easy to please my family!

I’ve been using their plan for a couple of weeks, and the dishes I’ve made from it have been delicious. The shopping list is great – it’s sorted by store area, which is much easier than my usual haphazard as-it-comes-to-my-mind list. And, of course, the added benefit of maximizing the sales is even better! The money they save by doing all of that work for me more than pays for it’s price, at only $1.25 a week.

In addition to the grocery store options, they have meal plans for differing dietary needs. They have plans based around Weight Watchers points, gluten free, low carb, low fat, and portion control. We went with the portion control to try to fit it best into our calorie counting diet, and it fit perfectly!

So if you’d like to win a free three month subscription to E-MEALZ, leave a comment on this post!

You can earn up to four extra entries by:

  • Liking E-MEALZ on Facebook OR following them on Twitter.
  • Tweet, blog, OR Facebook about this giveaway
  • Subscribe to OR Follow my blog
  • Follow me on Twitter OR Facebook

(be sure to leave separate comments for your extra entries.)

Best of luck! This giveaway is open until Monday, August 15th. The winner will be randomly selected and posted on my giveaway winners page on Tuesday, August 16th.

If you would like to go ahead and join E-MEALZ, click here. (Don’t worry – if you win, it will just go as a credit on your account to pay for the next three months.)

Good luck!!

Disclosure: I received one free month of E-MEALZ service in order to be able to review this product. I was not compensated for my opinions, and they are always my own.

54 thoughts on “E-MEALZ Giveaway!

  1. I was reading the post hoping to find the words “gluten free.” Since I found them, I’d love to try this:) I’ll follow on FB as well.

  2. I keep hearing about Emealz from several of the blogs I read, but I worry that my picky husband won’t like some of the menu choices. How have you found the recipes to be? Would love to get a chance to check them out because I am TERRIBLE about meal planning.

    1. They’re very simple, standard recipes from what I’ve seen. And with seven choices, it seems like you’d find some good options. Chris has given all the ones I’ve made either an A or a B. (yes, I get my husband to grade my cooking!!)

      Check out the sample menus on the site and see if that gives you a better idea…

  3. I would love to win this! My sister swears by the Aldi e-mealz program and I would love to try it out for free first before I subscribed!

  4. Sounds like a interesting service. I like that they have a gluten free option. I follow you on Twitter.

  5. I’ve seen those people who spend like $8 on groceries for a week but we eat all organic (except for meat which is really hard to find in Mobile AL). Do they have organic options?

  6. I actually just discovered this last week and ALMOST bought it! But I think I really am going to buy it real soon!

  7. I used this a long time ago and had forgotten how much I liked it. It was especially helpful when I worked and my children were small.

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