I like food. As you could probably guess for the many recipes on this site.
But organizing a menu that doesn’t involve too many leftovers and ensures that my husband isn’t forced to eat cheesecake and bread for dinner (because I was practicing cheesecake and bread and forgot people eat real food on occasion) is not something I can do mentally. Hence these menu & grocery printables.
Since these have been so popular and because I’ve had multiple requests for different options, there are quite a few below.
As always, if you have an idea or want to see something in particular, let me know & I’ll see what I can do!
Instructions for Printing
• Print options: regular paper works just fine.
• All of the files are in pdf below. Just hit the “download” button (or pink word “download,” depending upon browser).
• The default size of these is full-page. However, if you want smaller, simply reduce the print size! If you’re not sure on how much to reduce, check out my post “How to Resize Printables to Fit Your Planner.”
1 Week Meal Planner & Grocery Lists
This is probably my favorite of the batch. I love the design (sorry, I like my stuff to be pretty!) but there is plenty of room for meals. Another great feature is the “other” row. You can use it to write in your schedule (so you know if a kid’s play is running late…don’t schedule an intricate dinner that night!) or write in any miscellaneous baking. I bake a lot for my website, so I tentatively plan baking days in this row.
This is probably my favorite of the batch. I This is another great one! It’s a 1-week meal planner- which I often use due to the fact my husband makes one meal for lunches and takes it all week (so I don’t need so much room per day). It’s in portrait.
A very flexible one as it doesn’t have the meals specified. So if you always eat the same breakfast, no wasted space.
2 Week Meal Planner & Grocery List
When you’re planning two weeks at a time, this is a great one. My favorite feature is the “schedule” section of the 2-week meal planner. It allows you to note down anything that might affect meal planning (such as working late or kid’s activities).
2 Week Meal Planner
Saving Money On Groceries
I have some random printables to help you save money on groceries.
For more information on saving money, check out the “Frugal Finance” page.
For saving money on groceries, check out “How to Save Money on Groceries (Even if You Hate Coupons)” and “How to Make a Coupon Organizer Binder.”
Saving money means being organized. This free printable grocery list and coupon tracker is portrait. There is a section bottom to keep track of any rebates/cash back submissions. I normally just staple the receipt to the list and file it for a few days in case there are any issues. (There rarely are).
This tracker is in portrait. It includes a column to track the final price if this is important to you. Please note the background is a watercolor and isn’t supposed to be crisp and sharp…it’s not your printer! It’s designed to be slightly blurry.
Free printable grocery price tracker.
Free stock-up price tracker.
These are old designs…back when I knew nothing about design.In advance, I apologize for the horrible designs on some of them. These were some of the first printables I did and my designs have come a long ways since then! I kept them on the page in case someone liked them anyways.