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Menu Planning Printable with Shopping List

How do you plan the weekly menu in your home? I’ve tried several methods and my favorite is a meal plan and grocery list in one. Now, you can grab a copy of my menu planning printable for your own use.

Download a FREE Menu Planning Printable that includes a shopping list. Grocery List and Meal Planner in one! by @CraftivityD

This is a simple menu planning printable. I have found that I don’t like a meal planner with a lot of detail. For example, planners that include a spot for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks each day. I’ve used those planners in the past, but have found that it gets redundant and complicated. Usually, our lunch is leftovers from dinner the night before. Similarly, we may eat the same 1 or 2 breakfasts all week.

Is that you, too? If so, then I think you will like this menu planning printable. If we do need more breakfast or lunch items, I just jot them down under the shopping list — rather than specifying a day of the week to eat those foods.

Download a FREE Menu Planning Printable that includes a shopping list. Grocery List and Meal Planner in one! by @CraftivityD

Now, if I don’t create my shopping list as I make the menu — you can guarantee there will be missing items when it’s time to cook. I create the menu, then fill out the shopping list.

To keep the actual grocery shopping simple, make the list in the order those items will be found at the grocery store. Again, without getting overly detailed and complicated. Typically, I break the list into simple categories such as fresh & frozen, pantry, dairy, etc.

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Download a FREE Menu Planning Printable that includes a shopping list. Grocery List and Meal Planner in one! by @CraftivityD

Download a FREE Menu Planning Printable that includes a shopping list. Grocery List and Meal Planner in one! by @CraftivityD

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Print out a stack of menu planning sheets and stick them with your recipes. That way, you don’t need to print a new copy each week. Plus, you’ll have recipe inspiration right alongside the menu plan.

What is your favorite meal planning tip? 


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Angela Holmes

Wednesday 8th of November 2017

Wow this menu planner printable looks really good, it is perfect to maintain weekly menu. I use notebook to manage my menu and shopping list which is actually a reminder for me! Thanks for sharing. Really great printable.

Lora Green

Wednesday 15th of November 2017

Thanks, Angela!

zan

Monday 27th of February 2017

Another great printable! I use a notebook to keep my menu on one side and shopping list on the other side. When I do a pantry shop I will add that to one page first then menu, shopping list.

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Friday 3rd of March 2017

Great tip, Zan!

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