When setting up a Macro-driven Meal Plan, the planner takes into account your dietary restrictions as well as your desired macros.
Looking for some of your favorite meal planner functions on the website?
The My Pantry tool allows you to find and manually schedule recipes that you can cook using essential ingredients that you already have on hand.
The new Planner view on the website allows you to quickly and easily schedule recipes in your planner by using a smaller version of the Recipe Box on the left side of the screen.
There are two ways to access the meal planner on the website.
We know that sometimes you may want to incorporate leftovers into your week to cut back on some of the cooking.
Sometimes you may have a meal plan that doesn’t work for you one week.
The meal planner provides you with access to 4 weeks of meal plans: your current week and the following three weeks.
Here are some pro tips to help you customize the perfect meal plan.
Do you have a scheduled recipe that you want to move to a different day?
Do you ever see a meal scheduled for you that you just aren’t that into?
There are two kinds of notes you can add: a recurring note to automatically show up on your planner every week and a one-time note to show up only on the week you have selected.
When you set up your meal plan, you initially selected the default number of people you cook for when you are making each meal.
During the initial set up of your meal planner, you selected a default number of people that you cook for.
Sometimes you may find that you have a meal plan that you want to use again in a week or so.
Sometimes you may want to start your meal plan with a clean slate and choose your own meals.
Once you’ve created the perfect meal plan for the week, you may want to save it to your computer or print it out for future reference.
The Timeline is a helpful tool that tells you what you need to do and when you need to do it to get your delicious, wholesome meals on the table.