Free Menu Planning Printable!
I've been faithfully meal planning each week for the past few weeks, and this printable menu planner has been my favorite tool:
The fun, cheerful colors make meal planning more fun.
I also want to share the printable versions with you for free. We have both a full size and half size version available:
Click here to download the full size menu planner.
Click here to download the half size menu planner.
Also, if you love these printables, you might be interested in the complete recipe binder kit that's in the Sweet Life Society.
It is a 25+ page set of printables to help you get your recipes organized. It's perfect for helping you keep track of all those recipes you print from the internet, clip from magazines, or jot down on random pieces of paper. It even includes a menu planner and inventory sheets to help meal time run smoothly.
Here's everything that's included:
*Title Page that says “Recipe Book”
*Recipe Index Page (to put in the front of your binder so you can easily find all your recipes)
*Recipes To Try Page
*Freezer Inventory Page
*Pantry Inventory Page
*Refrigerator Inventory Page
*Weekly Menu Planner (with a Monday start)
*Weekly Menu Planner (with a Sunday start)
*Favorite Recipes List
*Recipe Page (for writing down a recipe)
*BONUS: Editable recipe page that allows you to type the recipe in the pages
*BONUS: Four Blank Divider Pages (without tabs) so you can write in your own categories (these pages are not editable, so you will need to print them and then write the category on them)
The following section title pages are included:
*Soups & Salads
*Crock Pot Recipes
*Cookies & Bars
*Cakes & Pies
And this is just one of hundreds of printables in the club PLUS there's even a recipe organizing workshop video inside the club to help you put the kit to good use. Click here to get yours.
Jennifer H Says
Add a nice big magnet on the back and hang it on the fridge!! =) (two thumbs up!)
Love your stuff but I am having a really hard time printing the meal planner. I have never used a meal planner, but doing the whole30 I need to really plan on what I am going to eat! I have tried re-installing adobe twice and I keep getting an error message when printing from adobe = Adobe Reader could not open ‘MenuPlan.pdf’ because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been damaged (for example, it was sent as an email attachment and wasn’t correctly decoded). When I try to print the document directly from the website the page is blank – do you have any suggestions?
LauraJane SaysPost author
Hmm, I haven’t heard of that error. When you download the file, open it up from your downloads folder to make sure it’s opening in adobe reader. When I click on it, it opens preview in my web browser.
Thank you! I finally got it to print!