Plan Clean Eating Meals, Natural & Organic Meals, and more with eMeals

I first learned about eMeals from a friend last year. She told me about how easy it is to subscribe and receive meals weekly that cater to your family. Along with the recipes, you also get a handy grocery list of everything you need to buy as well.

eMeals was created by sisters Jane DeLaney, mother of four, and Jenny Cochran, mother of three. The sisters were frustrated by the challenge of coming up with healthy, budget-conscious meals for their own families and inspired by their own mother’s frugal ways, they launched the program in 2003.

eMeals relies on a team of experienced meal planners, writers and editors to create new dinner menus every week that are designed around grocery store sales, seasonal specials and diet preferences. For as low as $5.00 per month, subscribers download a recipe plan for the week with a matching aisle-by-aisle grocery list. The easy-to-follow recipes usually contain fewer than seven ingredients to allow for prep times of less than 30 minutes. It also helps families stay within a predictable budget by being prepared with a detailed list to use at the grocery store.

With over 30 meal plans to choose from, you can find exactly what your family needs.

Last year, we were on the Family Plan for any other store. However, after awhile I started to use eMeals less and less. That’s because in the past six months, I have been trying to focus on better eating for my family and I.

Well thankfully, just a few weeks ago, they rolled out with two new plans. A Natural & Organic plan, and a Clean Eating plan. Both, are really great plans to help your family eat better. I decided to make the switch to the Clean Eating Meal Plan, and buy organic as much as I can. Here is a sample of that plan if you’re interested.


I personally keep a binder with the meals printed weekly. If there is a meal I know we wont like, I can go back and use a past meal instead. Besides wonderful weekly meals, you can also subscribe to the eMeals Blog for recipes, tips on how to simplify your life, organize your days, and plan family fun.

Thanks to eMeals, one Lilac City Momma reader will win a 3 month FREE subscription to any eMeals plan of choice. Enter to win below!

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I was already subscribed to eMeals, but received a month credit free for this review. Post contains affiliate links to eMeals, thank you for your continued support. All thoughts and opinions remain my own.

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About the Author

In 2010, Hanan went from talking about her parenting ups & downs on private forums to discussing them with literally everyone on the internet with her blog Eat.Craft.Parent - since then, she’s had the opportunity to talk about parenting, cooking, photography, marriage, crafts, faith, and so much more. She also shares her opinions on everyday products from food to baby gear, and everything in between. With four little girls all under seven, there is never a dull moment in their home. When she’s not blogging she’s chatting about parenting and life in general on Facebook and Twitter, or wasting way too much time on Pinterest.

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  1. Kendall says:

    Natural & organic for Whole Foods!
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  2. meredith says:

    i would choose the Specialty Family Menus – natural and organic

  3. Kimberly Bauer says:

    I would choose the REGULAR FAMILY MENUS

  4. Anne Lehnick says:

    We would probably choose the Low Carb family menus (although the sample clean living menu sounded delicious!)

  5. Claire says:

    i would choose the Specialty Family Menus – natural and organic

  6. Alicia says:

    I tend to prefer organic and natural foods if possible, therefor I would prefer the specialty Family Menus that are natural and organic
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  7. Peter Schott says:

    Probably the Kroger plan for a family.

  8. Donna Marie says:

    I would choose the REGULAR FAMILY MENUS
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  9. Amanda says:

    I would love to try the clean eating plan. I’m running out of ideas on my own:)

  10. Kathlyne says:

    I’d like to try the low carb plan.

  11. I would choose the low fat from walmart

  12. Tara says:

    The portion control meal plan.

  13. Linda Lansford says:

    Regular Menus for 2

  14. Kendra W says:

    The low carb plan

  15. marc-andre taillefer says:

    I would choose the REGULAR FAMILY MENUS

  16. Angela Winesburg says:

    I would choose the REGULAR FAMILY MENUS

  17. Sarah Z says:

    Low fat regular family for us!

  18. melina r says:

    I would chose family friendly meal plan

  19. DAMIAN JARREAU says:

    I would choose the specialty Family Menus that are natural and organic

  20. Tara says:

    I would probably chose the Low Carb plan

  21. Ed Nemmers says:

    Whole Foods – Natural and Organic would be my choice!

  22. Tonya Dean says:

    Aldi’s family plan.


  23. Janna says:

    I think I would go with Low Fat

  24. Karen Massey says:

    Would love to try these meals !

  25. david basile says:


  26. Betty Curran says:

    I would choose Regular Family Menus.

  27. I’ve been looking at this because we need a change!
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  28. Jessica Hays says:

    Regular family menus!

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  29. Lisa Fonseca says:

    Kroger Meal Plan from the Regular Family Menu.

  30. Kendra says:

    Portion control

  31. Jacie says:

    The Natural & Organic plan looks good to me!

  32. Shelloy says:

    I think I would choose the REGULAR MENUS FOR 2 at Walmart. :) I do love this idea.

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