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Weekly Meal Planner

Hello there! If this is your first time visiting, welcome. I am happy you stopped by! And today, you are in luck because I have a Weekly Meal Planner printable to help you make your life a bit easier!

Of all the tasks I have to do as a mom and housewife, the one I dread the most is meal planning. Ugh… I don’t know why, because I love cooking! I enjoy hunting for new recipes (my Pinterest profile says a lot about me) and my second favorite scent is sautéed garlic and onions 🙂 – Can anyone relate?

I designed this Weekly Meal Planner to be more organized when planning a menu for our family meals and food shopping.

Weekly Meal Planner Features

The design of this meal planner is very simple.

  • On the left, there are 7 boxes, one for each day of the week. Each one has three lines, one for every meal of the day.
  • On the right, a small box for the date and a large column to write down a shopping list of ingredients you will require to prepare your meals.

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I hope you enjoy this printable as much as I enjoyed designing it for you!

xo, Flavia

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44 Comments

  1. I signed up and waited on it to come to my email with no success. I check the junk mail section and refreshed my pages. Any suggestions on how I can get the download?

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  5. Thank you for the time and work you put into making this printable. I really like the layout.

  6. Hey Flavia!

    I absolutely adore this printable, and have used it more than once to help organize my meals for the week! Since I love it so much, I decided to feature this printable as one of my three favourite planners in my weekly blog post; this week is the second of two parts on effective meal planning. I would be so appreciative if you gave it a read!

    http://www.itsallgoodfamilynutrition.com/everybodys-food-blog/2016/6/2/intro-to-effectively-using-meal-planners

    Thanks for sharing such an awesome planning tool!
    -Aimee
    It’s All Good; Family Nutrition

  7. This is sooo pretty!!! I love all of your stuff, just stumbled upon your blog and so happy☺ would this print out fit into a mambi happy planner? I would love to use it

  8. I have just recently found your blog and I love it!! I’ve been using your weekly meal planner and just printed out my first to-do list to start using.

    I would really like to use your weekly meal planner and insert my babysitter information. I was wondering if you could change the headings or allow me to. I work one week a month and I don’t use the same babysitter everyday. This would make things much simpler for my husband to keep track of while I’m gone!

    THANKS for sharing your thoughts! I’m loving your blog.

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  10. I love your creativity on your forms, especially both the “Weekly Meal Planner and “Setting Your Daily Goals”. Unfortunately, I have tried repeatedly to down load both forms but the “links” appear not be working. Would you be so kind to please email them to me. Thank you! Linda

      1. Hi Flavia, I wanted to let you know that I have finally down-loaded the requested forms and it appears your “links” are working just fine! I believe the problem to be my own computer. While it doesn’t happen often, my computer for some reason took close to 4 minutes to down-load the PDF’s. They are beautiful and I want to thank you for sharing them with me.

        1. Not a problem! I’m flattered that you waited ‘that long’ for a download! I usually just give up, LOL. Thank you for your kindness and patience 🙂 Enjoy!

          1. I’ve tried that as well as the link in your first reply to the original poster…

  11. Dear Flavia,

    This printable is just what I need ! I like to cook but to think what to cook everyday drive me crazy!,
    Now I can plan ahead with no stress plus the design is Beautifull
    Thank you, please keep inspiring us to have a Neat house and sweet home
    YIYA

    1. Yiya, I hear you! I love cooking too but if I don’t have a plan, I get frustrated and then I dread cooking. I think that once the meals are planned and the ingredients are in-hand, everything else is a breeze. I would say half of the work is done! Thanks for stopping by NHSH!

  12. Hi Flavia! I love this idea! I have been doing this for a long time and it really helps, especially with food shopping. I use a regular piece of paper but this printable is gorgeous and inspiring! Thank you for taking the time to make it!
    Maggie

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