Free Editable Menu Plan and Grocery List!

 

CLICK HERE TO GET YOURS!!

 

I am sooooooo stinkin' excited about this!!! Since starting the Dinner's Done Facebook group (join it free over HERE), we've had so many requests for a great editable menu plan and grocery list that we finally put it together for you.

WOOHOOO! 🙂 

With one quick click you can print your own menu plan and shopping list to use before heading to the store, and it's even editable if you'd prefer typing it out each week and printing for a nice tidy list.

 

 

It's lovely. 

 

 

Head on over HERE to download yours ~ so hope you love it as much as I do!

 

 

I LOVE THIS. 🙂 

 

(And by the way, if you're struggling with menu planning, I highly recommend checking out the menu plans from my friend Tiffany at Eat at Home Cooks. Her menu plans are as low as $1.61 per week for 72 slow cooker, whole foods and traditional recipes each month, and they've transformed the way dinner gets done in our home. Go HERE to check them out!)

 

Here's how to get you started with your FREE Editable Menu Plan and Grocery List!

1. FIRST – you will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader. Most browsers have the Adobe Acrobat Reader embedded and there is nothing for you to do beyond filling out your menu plan right in your browser. You can also download the PDF Reader right to your computer and save all your meal plans on your desk top to access later in the year (or next week).

**The editable menu plan will not work on your mobile device unless you have the free Acrobat Reader Mobile App. Once you have this installed on your mobile device, you will need to download your menu plan and open it in the mobile app to make it editable on mobile.**

2. EDITING – Once you have your menu plan open in your browser or in Adobe Acrobat Reader, you should see blue boxes as in the photo above. That means your form is READY for your menu plan and grocery list!

You will need to start by putting your cursor in that first blue box and begin entering your menu plan for the week. The form is set up so you can TAB through or you can place your cursor anywhere you see a light blue box.

3. PRINTING – Now that you have your menu plan ready for the week you'll want to print it and take with you to the grocery store (or have it beside you while you're ordering your groceries online ;))!

 

Just select the printer icon as in the image above.

In the selection box that pops up, make sure you have the FIT TO PAGE option checked (to ensure your entire menu plan prints on one page) and hit print!

 

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Comments

  1. Betsy Kilbrai says

    This is lovely! Thank you. Could you please explain how you edit this? My copy comes up in iBook and you can’t edit it there. Thank you!

  2. When i get the email for Your Editable Weekly Meal Plan it won’t let me click on link so i can download it . What

  3. Sorry i didn’t finish What can i do

  4. Dawn Arreola says

    Not sure why but it will not work I’ve tried to get the email few times but only says info isn’t correct

  5. Christina says

    Hi. I just downloaded the editable meal planner with grocery list. This is perfect for my family of 8 to get more organized & stick to a grocery budget! However, I am having an issue with inserting my daily meals. The text doesn’t “wrap’ in the boxes so it only allows one line. If it runs outside the boxes margin, it doesn’t print correctly. Do you know how I can fix this?

  6. Signed up in order to access this. no way to “sign in” again to access it again. Cant find the file on my computer and do NOT want two copies of emails just to access this again.

  7. Jamie Sand says

    I’ve tried to get the download twice with 2 different emails and I can’t get it to go through. Any advice?

  8. Kate Starkie says

    I downloaded the meal planner and it looks great. I like the two different shopping list options. However, what I don’t like is that I can only type one line in the weekly list – it does not wrap the text in any way and will not allow me to use “enter” to get to the next line. Can you please make this possible?

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