If you are like me, you want the best deal possible. When it comes to grocery shopping, there is a lot to save – but there is also a huge time investment involved in saving as well. I have tried couponing, and while I admire those who are so successful with it, it’s just not for me.
But Deals to Meals, is.
Using their service, I save at least $60 every month on our grocery bill and let them do all the work for me!
Here’s my own little rundown of what Deals to Meals offers:
And this is just the beginning – they have a blog, weekly newsletter, and offer great advice on food storage.
|My Shopping List|
Let me tell you about my weekly Deals to Meals routine…
I login, scroll through the deals, and add any of our staples (bananas, grapes, chicken breasts, Diet Coke) to my shopping list.
Keeping an eye on the good sales, I think what I may want to put together for dinner that week. Then, I check out their weekly menu for even more inspiration. The recipes provided are fantastic, but they are also a great guide as to how to put ingredients that are for sale together into one of your family’s favorites meals as well.
Once I have my meals planned out for the week, I head back to my shopping list and add any other ingredients I may need. Then, I print!
And, more times than not – I change my mind at the grocery store. Deals to Meals makes it easy to just pull up the sales on my phone and add them to my shopping list in once click!
Seriously, give these guys a try. They offer a free 2-week trial for you to decide if their service is right for you. If it is, it’s just $4.95 a month. Trust me, they will help make meal planning, shopping, and checking out SO much easier and save you SO much on your grocery bill!
But, here’s the really cool part. Deals to Meals is offering one Toast reader a
Wahooo! My very first giveaway! I am so stoked. Here’s how it will all go down:
The giveaway will close Friday night. I’ll draw at random and announce the winner on Saturday!
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