CLOSED! Giveaway for Stolen Moments Menu Planning Service

UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed. Winner will be announced shortly!

Winner is #125 Mel from Mommy’s Time Out!  Congrats!!!

My friend Kate from Stolen Moments Cooking and Stolen Moments Menu Planning would like to offer a one-year subscription to the basic (dinners only) plan, or a 6 month subscription to the complete (breakfast, lunch & dinner) plan to 1 lucky reader!

From the Stolen Moments Menu Planning website…

When dinner time rolls around each night, do you find yourself standing in front of the refrigerator, wondering what to make? Do you struggle with meal planning because you’re out of ideas? Does the task of menu planning and grocery list making seem like too much of an effort? Do you want to save time in the kitchen and money on the food budget?

If you answer yes to any of the above questions, then you’ve come to the right place!

Stolen Moments Menu Planning delivers fully personalized menu plans to your email inbox weekly or monthly. Each email includes a complete menu plan,  recipes, a detailed and organized-by-department grocery list, bonus recipes, and tips and tricks to help you take advantage of stolen moments in the kitchen.

How about that…PERSONALIZED!  When signing up, you’re asked about your family size, your  grocery budget, food allergies and dislikes.  How cool is that!!!???!!!

So if you’d like a little help in the meal planning department, then this giveaway is for you!

Kate has also set up a discount page for us!  Head on over herepassword: frugal  Just enter that password to receive your discount when ordering!

Check out the details below on how to enter this great giveaway!

Giveaway Details

1. Contest ends Thursday, September 10th at 5 pm EST. Winners will be announced back here on this post, and notified via email with further instructions.

2. Entry #1: Leave a comment just saying you want to win.

3. Entry #2: Leave a SEPARATE comment telling me in what way you promoted this contest (i.e., posting it in a forum, posting about it on your blog, Tweet about it, emailing all your friends, and/or subscribe to my feed by email or in a reader).

4. Entry #3: Are you a meal planner? If so, what do you like about it?  If not, why not?  What would be helpful to you to become a better meal planner?

5. Winner will be selected by Random.org.

**NOTE: If you receive the email newsletter and wish to enter this giveaway, click on the title of this giveaway to get to the site and leave a comment on the site with your name and email address to be entered!

*Disclosure: I did not receive any product, service or compensation for sharing this giveaway.

Comments

  1. Cara M. says

    I am a part-time meal planner. Some weeks I’m really good about looking at recipes and planning meals/lists and other weeks I find that I just don’t have the time (or energy) to do it. I do see it as a valuable tool, I wish I was better at it though.

  2. Melody says

    I am a meal planner. I like knowing what I’m going to be making for dinner every night and not having to run to the grocery store all the time. But I would love a break from doing it!!

  3. says

    One of my challenges is that I would like to eat seasonally without getting bored. Also, I don’t like to use up every pot in the kitchen and I’m almost as picky an eater as the kids. HELP!

  4. Julianne says

    I would love to win! I dread meal planning… I have 4 boys and my husband to cook for and I go back to work full time next month! I could really use the help!

  5. Lori says

    a meal planning service that offers healthy, easy to fix, kid friendly food would greatly reduce my own time searching for and planning menus! Especially if it contains a grocery list – and one with numbers matching the meals, so I can easily cross things off a list if I want to eliminate a meal or reduce the amount a meal serves for my family.
    Great ideas!

  6. Crystal T. says

    I am a meal planner, but only to an extint. I plan about two days, but then I draw a blank. I think I don’t plan because I don’t want to take the extra time to plan. So, I’m rushing around at the 11th hour trying to figure out what we’re going to eat for dinner.

  7. says

    I am a meal planner…or try to be. I love that when I do I am so less stressed, and spend less at the store. I have a hard time coming up with ideas for meals and also have a hard time dedicating the time to make up the plan in the first place. Simple, healthy, and good directions on recipes are key. Thank so much!

  8. says

    I am not a meal planner, but wish I was. I think I don’t because I think the shopping trips would get to detailed and take longer than I have to be at the grocery store, and I might have to go more often – I am not a big fan of going to the grocery store, especially with my two toddlers! But I think IF I did do meal plans, I’d save A LOT of money, so I am all about that!

  9. Diana says

    I am back at meal planning and like it sometimes but have a hard time finding things that I want to make, that are healthy. When I don’t plan my meals I tend to eat randomly put together meals which aren’t always the healthiest.

  10. marilyn says

    I currently have about 6-7 meals that I rotate on a weekly basis. I think it has gotten rather boring and on those days we just don’t feel like having a stock meal we end up eating out which is just not good. Now that I have to watch my S.O’s sodium levels, some more varied and healthy meal planning would be very useful!

  11. Melissa says

    I try to plan my meals every week before I go grocery shopping, based on what I have to use up at my house and what’s on sale in the flyers!

  12. Emily says

    I work with my husband to plan a menu 2 weeks at a time. We have certain staples that we have every week or every other week. I work part-time so I put the quick easy meals on the days I work and leave the more labor intensive meals for my days off. We have also saved a lot of money by only going grocery shopping every two weeks. It was amazing how much extra we would spend when we’d stop at the store for this or that every evening.

  13. Angie L says

    I find it difficult to meal plan. I love it when I do. It saves me money and time in the kitchen, which is not my favorite place in the house. But I am doing alot more cooking, trying to be more frugal and trying to like it more. Any help would be great.

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