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A Month of Company Meals Plan PLUS: A Peak at Next Month’s Meal Plan

Take a break from meal planning. The Month of Meals series can help YOU take a load off.

A Month of Company Meals PLUS a Peak at Next Month's Meal Plan | Good Cheap Eats - Take a break from meal planning. The Month of Meals series can help YOU take a load off.

Head’s up! The month is about to close and that means that this month’s meal plan, A Month of Good Enough for Company Meal Plans will be sliding off the shelf.

You can still buy the meal plan – through December 31st. Then it will be gone.

A Month of Meals

The Month of Meals series includes monthlong meal plans that provide you the recipes, grocery lists, prep tips, and organizational strategies to make a month’s worth of meals homemade, from scratch, for cheap.

Past meal plans in the series:

What’s in each month of meals:

Each meal plan provides the following

  • 30 menu plans coordinated around a certain theme
  • four weekly grocery lists plus a month-long grocery list to help you plan ahead and take advantage of sales
  • make-ahead tips and a prep list to make dinnertime easy-peasy
  • all the recipes so you have easy access
  • homemade alternatives so you can save even more at the grocery store

A Month of Company Meals PLUS a Peak at Next Month's Meal Plan | Good Cheap Eats - Take a break from meal planning. The Month of Meals series can help YOU take a load off.

This month’s meal plan: A Month of Protein-Style Meal Plans

A new meal plan here, too, which is super fun! I’m very excited about this new one. I’ve been drooling over it for days.

It’s a gluten-free, dairy-free, mostly allergen-free monthlong meal plan. It’s perfect if you’re doing the Whole 30 or paleo or trying to cut carbs, or just want to focus on protein and veg for awhile after ALL THE SUGAR that is Christmas. I’m super duper excited about it.

Buy it here!

What kinda meals do you want?

Readers tell me regularly that these meal plans are saving their bacon come dinner time. We’re lining up the production schedule for the new year and want to make sure we’ve got the meal plans you want to make!

Be sure to let me know in the comments what kind of meal plan you’d like.

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  1. I just discovered your site today by way of Food52. I was looking for more tips for menu planning as a single person. I tend to food that can make at least two other recipes for that week. I purchased a duck for Christmas and using the bones for stock and the fat for roasted potatoes. Celery can be that troublesome vegetable that one needs to use, so when I buy I use it for stock, soup, and in a salad such as egg, chicken, or sardine salad. I think about ways of reducing waste as well because that can be a money pit as well. Slow cooking is an essential cooking method for me and with the money I’m saving because I’m not buying breakfast and lunch at work enables me to purchase a pressure cooker. It’s cheaper to use dried beans than canned, so the pressure cooker helps with cooking beans in considerable less time. I cook on the weekends for the week. Your site is a Godsend. Thank you.

  2. I am going to buy the protein style meal plan. I hope it’s easy to tailor the grocery list so that I can leave out some of the meals. Also, I am trying to shop only once or twice a month (we live 1.5 hrs from a decent grocery store and I have 5 kids ages 7 and under). I would love to see meal plans that work with only once or twice a month grocery shopping. I like to eat fresh foods all month long but I need to be a better steward of the produce, using the delicate stuff (like lettuce) first and the hardier stuff (like cabbage) at the end of the month.

    • If you’re new to her site, you should browse around. She’s had tons of meal plans, plus a few cookbooks tailored to make-ahead cooking, which might help you out. Good luck!

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