30-day free trial: Start today and see how Plan to Eat helps you get healthy dinners on the table. Collect and organize your recipes, add those recipes to your meal planning calendar, and Plan to Eat will make your shopping list for you based on what you plan.

There is no credit card required to start your free trial and no obligation if you decide that Plan to Eat is not for you. At the end of your free trial you’ll have the option to start an annual subscription for $39 or a monthly subscription for $4.95.

Plan to Eat will give you the benefits of meal planning (saving money, eating better food, and eating together more often) while using your recipes, planned on your schedule!

The Plan to Eat app gives you easy access to your recipes, meal plan, and shopping list while on the go, even when you’re offline. When online, everything in the app is automatically synced to your account on the Plan to Eat website.

If you already have an account with the Plan to Eat website, log into your account in the app and all of your recipes and meal plans will be waiting for you.


- Collect recipes from anywhere. Clip recipes from the web with our share extension using any browser, enter recipes manually or import from other recipe software using our desktop site.

- Connect with other Plan to Eat subscribers to share and save recipes with Friends.

- Use the recipe Cooking View to cook from a step-by-step version of any recipe on your list.

- Cook in Bulk: Mark any planned recipe as “Prep for Freezer” and we’ll help you keep track of what’s in your Freezer.


- Add recipes, ingredients, and notes to create your meal plan.

- Planned recipes and ingredients are automatically added and organized on your shopping list.

- View, cook, reschedule and scale the serving size for your planned recipes.


- Your personalized shopping list is automatically created by selecting a date range from your Plan to Eat planner.

- Add and edit your stores and grocery categories to customize your shopping list so it is perfect for where you shop.

- Add or edit items on your list and we'll automatically select the store and grocery category based on what you’ve selected in the past.

- View planned recipes associated with ingredients on your grocery list.

- Use the Staples List to easily add commonly purchased items to your shopping list.

If you have questions or feedback, reach out to us at

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What’s New

Version 2.2.13

Here's what's new in our latest update:

- We added a new landing page to the app when you are not logged in. Welcome, and welcome back, to Plan to Eat!
- The status bar is now more legible for users in dark mode.
- We fine-tuned unsaved change prompts when you navigate away from a form. You should now be warned if you are about to lose an imported recipe's URL, and only be prompted about changes to the staples list if there are any.
- We fixed a bug preventing you from viewing a recipe after it was imported if search filters were applied.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
4K Ratings

4K Ratings

Eve@CC ,

Worth it even though I only use it on a desktop computer.

I have been a member 4 or 5 years. It is the only Black Friday sale I do, as the membership is 50% off then. Even when I don’t use it daily, I find it is still worth it. It’s like any other tool, I don’t use my wheelbarrow, or my snow boots daily, but I am sure glad I have them when I need them. I need this tool when my life gets overwhelming, I can anchor back in regular nutritious meals. I also use it to plan out things that are aging in my pantry. I use the meal planning as I don’t have a smart phone with data plan, so the feature of taking the shopping list with me to the store is not as useful, though I do print out the shopping list occasionally. In spite of using only a portion of the program, the program still has value. When I get tired off my own gluten free recipes, I can connect to others who have already tagged recipes as gluten free. This program really made my switch to gluten free so much easier. The other aspect of this program is it is stable, the people that created it continue to add features without losing the basic functioning of it like what happens to some programs. This program might be the one thing that convinces me to get a cell phone to fully use the shopping list feature.

Momx4&more ,

I love this App

Probably my favorite App and I have page after page of them! I love how PTE has thought of everything. I am obsessed with Pinterest as well as eating (healthy) and organizing! I find recipes on Pinterest add them to PTE which is incredibly easy. I use the tag button because we mostly follow a Keto lifestyle. From there I can then view all my choices. I look at my calendar for what my family has coming up for the week and add them accordingly to the PTE calendar. For example on busy week nights I add quick recipes or even add my own like salads. I can adjust the recipes amounts or delete or change ingredients like buns...I have a larger family so this also allows me to edit the serving size. I also love when I am looking at my shopping list that is on my phone and not on an old scrap of paper I left at home that each recipe has a letter and next to every ingredient is a small letter showing which recipe that ingredient is for. This App has helped me stay organized; we are eating healthy while I spend less money making extra trips to the store and I don’t feel that dread of “ what’s for dinner “

SBR613 ,


I know that seems overly-dramatic, but as a disorganized hoarder with fears of running out, I am LOVING how using this app calms my food-fear and reduces over-spending and waste.
I signed up for a trial months ago, but didn’t use it until I started a raw detox diet 3 weeks ago and realized it was time to enter the recipes into PlanToEat so I could more easily continue using them more easily after the program is over. (I was motivated by a 2 1/2 page grocery list that had apples listed in 3 locations, one amongst canned items, another with spices, a third with cuckes and zuchs! I strongly suspected PlanToEat would do a better job of grouping “likes” together, and it surely does! —tho I need to enter the category first, as in “apples, green” and “apples” instead of “green apples” for it to be most effective, as the produce is grouped alphabetically when the shopping list is generated.
After I signed up, I spent a few hours manually entering the first week’s recipes and menu, thus learning some of the software nuances at the same time.
I have more to learn about using this powerhouse, but I’m already thrilled!


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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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