Our meal planning app helps busy families get healthy dinners on the table—from planning to shopping to cooking.
eMeals is the simplest way to put affordable, healthy, homemade dinners on the table. eMeals provides:
• Your choice of 15 different food styles, including options for families of all sizes
• A weekly plan that features 7 new meal ideas
• Unlimited switching between food styles
• A smart shopping list that auto-populates as you select your weekly meals
• In-app integration with grocery stores and delivery services so you can have your shopping list gathered for curbside pickup or home delivery
eMeals is a fully-integrated meal planning app that helps busy families and individuals streamline dinner—planning, shopping, and cooking. Plus, eMeals partners with some of America’s most popular food and lifestyle publications for unique, one-of-a-kind meal plans. When you see how easy mealtime can be with eMeals, you’ll understand why eMeals customers say they “can’t live without it” and “don’t know how they ever did it before eMeals.”
Download eMeals today, and take the stress out of planning, shopping, and cooking delicious, healthy dinners.
Here are details on our subscription offers:
3-month Dinner Plan recurring subscription: $29.99
12-month Dinner Plan recurring subscription: $59.99
3-month All-Day Bundle recurring subscription: $39.99
12-month All-Day Bundle recurring subscription: $99.99
• Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of your purchase.
• Subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period.
• Your iTunes account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours of the end of the current period.
• You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renew from your iTunes Account Setting.
• A current subscription cannot be cancelled while it is active. If you turn off auto-renew you will be able to access your current subscription until the end of the current period.
A pinch of this, a dash of that. We update our app regularly to keep dinner easy and delicious.
• Added grocery shopping support for several new regional grocery store chains.
• A few small bug fixes.
We hope you enjoy the new update!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Helps to organize me
I am not one who enjoys meal planning. I like looking at recipes, but finding them when it’s time to cook or letting someone in house know where the recipe is when it is time to cook, then writing all my ingredients down, checking to see which ingredients I have and which ones I need, shopping for ingredients, searching stores for ingredients, loading the car, unloading the car, putting away all the groceries. To do ALL this just to make a dinner 7 days a week week after week is exhausting. Using emeals has been a blessing. The app is wonderful!!! I choose the meals I want (I use to only have one meal plan fo choose from...but now I choose from many plans.) I choose meals that fit my week’s schedule. Maybe we need a crockpot meal, kid friendly meal, a nice dinner for company, or some other type of meal...that’s okay. I look, choose the meal I want, click a button and it is added to my weekly menu. Then I go to the shopping list and get rid of the ingredients I already have, push the button at the bottom and it sends the list of ingredients I need to Walmart where i just click on which brands and size I want, push buy, choose the time I want to pick it up and go to store, pull up, they load the groceries drop me for free, and I drive home. Now the app doesn’t help me unload and put the groceries away...but hey...I have to do some things...right?
App is great; Program is getting worse
I have been an eMeals subscriber for years. The App works very well and wouldn’t change much. The program was phenomenal back when it was simpler with a few meal programs. Now that it’s trying to meet the needs of everyone and every possible appetite, it misses the mark often. (1) Many of the recipes are designed with cross-over in mind. So - you’ll find the same recipe in 5 different plans. Problem is - it usually only hits one plan well and suffices for the others. (2) Kid friendly use to be exactly that. You knew it wouldn’t have mixed foods and complex seasonings. Yes, I have a kid that dines on anything, but my other one, I needed the boring kid-proof recipe. (3) Classic use to be true Classic (bring out the Campbell soup mix-ins). Now they try to make it healthy, too. And that doesn’t work for remembering the Classic tastes. (4) Slow cooker use to be all slow cooker recipes and included dinners, breakfast, and occasional other ideas. Now often the recipes are slow-cook once and 2nd recipe uses the first. Well, if you didn’t like the first, you’re out 2 recipes options. (5) They are trying to compete with meals in boxes, and are losing the core customers. What we used this for was to pick 2-3 recipes a week. Now - I’m hard pressed to find 2-3 recipes a week I want to cook, eat, or works for my family - and that’s using 2 plans and switching. I think I’ll give it another month. But then will probably quit.
Developer Response ,
Thank you so much for your feedback! We'd love to help you find the best plan to fit the needs of your family and the best ways to mix and match to create the best personalized plans each week!
Really a time saver!!
I have been using e-meals for a little under a year now. It’s truly been a life saver for my meal planning. I like that I’m able to browse the other meal plans to search for different meals to add variety to my menu. While I like having the guesswork taken out of my meal planning there are some features that would really make this better. For starters, having the ability to add cooking notes to the meals that I store into my ‘Favorites.’ Often times, I have to tweak the recipe to make it fit the tasting needs of my family. It’d be nice to have a place where I could capture those notes so I can refer to them in the future instead of trying to remember. Dangerous!! In addition to a notes feature, it’d be nice to have full access via the computer. I like the app versions of e-meals but a computer version would be nice too. It gets hard meal planning on a phone, so a larger viewable screen would be nice. And finally, adding additional stores to link up my shopping list would be nice. I don’t use Instacart; instead, I use Clicklist and hanging my grocery list transfer to this system would save some time. These changes would be nice but they’re not enough to deter me from using this service. It has been a game changer for my family and helped reduce our grocery bill. Thanks!!
- eMeals, Inc.
- 110.9 MB
- Food & Drink
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © eMeals, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- eMeals Dinner Plan $29.99
- eMeals Dinner Plan $59.99
- eMeals Dinner Plan $29.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.