Select a day, select one or more recipes, back to week, rinse and repeat. The pie graph will display a nice colorful representation of your food choices. And of course you can easily export to Calendar.
Pick recipes from your repertoire; if the recipe is a new one, just tap to add it. If you add ingredients, you'll get nice shopping lists, which you can export to Reminders and share with anyone.
Customize your experience, choosing which meals to manage, where to export your data and lists, and your lunch and dinner time. Mass import recipes from text files.
Use the Calendar screen to put recipes on your schedule. You can add one or more recipes to each meal.
See your weekly meals at a glance, thanks to the colourful food group icons. The pie graph lets you see wheter your food choices are varied or (literally!) monotone.
Import your recipes from popular recipe websites, together with ingredients, when available. Edit the name, ingredients and category. If your recipes was imported from the web, a handy button will let you open the web page with detailed instructions.
Now that your plan is done, it's time to print it ans stick it to the fridge. Choose a colorful template and print away!
You will get automatic shopping lists, based on your recipe ingredients. If your recipe has no ingredients it will be inserted in the list anyway, with its name as a handle.
Will you plan all meals or just your dinner? Are you a vegetarian? A handy Settings panel lets you make the Menu Plan experience as personal as possible. Because each one his own meal.
Menu Plan is based on a simple but powerful idea:
Whatever your dietary choices, eating a varied diet is good for you.
Menu Plan features a number of general food groups: vegetables, cheese, fish and so on. Every food group is represented by an icon, and a color.
Thanks to the pie graph, you will be able to see at a glance if your menu is varied enough.
Tap on the pie graph and you'll get more details on your meals
Designed for iPhone and iPad
Menu Plan tries its best to be a good citizen of the iOS ecosystem, supporting as many latest and greatest features as possible.
Ask away, please!
Because, like most planning activities, it saves you time and money.
Absolutely, and I encourage you to do that. On the other hand, if you want some help, give Menu Plan a try.
Menu plan is focused on letting you schedule your meals as fast as possible. Tap on recipes, add them on the fly if missing, move to another day.
You can use the import button to get your recipe data from popular recipe websites.
Most of the popular recipe websites share their recipe ingredients; Menu Plan import them automatically.
Not all of them, but definitely most. Some websites have chosen not to share their content in a machine readable format, and so we cannot grab it. But in any case Menu Plan import works with the most popular and widely used recipe databases.
Absolutely! You can change its name, food group and even edit each ingredient line modifying the ingredient quantity or unit of measure.
You can test the app for free, and add up to 7 menus. If you like what you see you can purchase a subscription.
Subscriptions unlock the full app, there will be no more limits to the recipes, or to any other feature.
Nope, every menu and recipe is safely stored in our database, subscribe again and you will see your complete recipe list.
You can alway export your recipes list via the Export Recipes screen in the Settings.
It's on the App Store, see the link below.