For years, my husband and I have shared a dynamic grocery list via the app Cozi. A calendar and other lists can be shared on it as well. It’s great for busy families.
Recently, though, I’ve also started using eMeals – a Dave Ramsey-endorsed meal planning and grocery list creating system. The app is easy to use. I love that I don’t need to figure out what size items I need (and can even add items not on the meal plan), and go searching all around the store for them. For me, my grocery list gets sent to Walmart and I just pick up my groceries at a designated pick up spot outside Walmart.
I was using Hello Fresh for about a year – we’d do it one week a month. It was nice for a while, but eventually I felt like the meats weren’t the best quality, and a lot of the same ingredients were being used over and over. I tried Blue Apron before that – off and on. In the end, eMeals is a better price point – one year costs the same as one week of Hello Fresh meals. Granted, you don’t get the actual food with eMeals, but the recipes are definitely budget friendly and have introduced me to Walmart Grocery – so I’m definitely not complaining, but rather, here I am, singing its praises! Check it out – you can even do a two week trial. I have a friend who used it and raved about it on Facebook, and here I am doing the same.