Menu Planning Form – Free Download

January 19th, 2009

Here is a menu planning form that I use when I’m planning out my menu for the week. The top half has a weekly calender with space for Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner Menus. It also has space at the bottom to list all the ingredients that you need to get at the store. A pretty simple and straightforward menu planner that also looks great on your fridge or magnet board!

meal-planner

Download this file and enjoy (for personal use only). Please tell your friends to come visit the site and download their own file. I would love a comment if you do download!

I also have a slightly different version of the form that does not have the meals for each day broken up.

mealplanner22

Download this file and enjoy (for personal use only). Please tell your friends to come visit the site and download their own file. I would love a comment if you do download!

Each of these files are a 8.5″x11″ PDF. Use Acrobat Reader to open the file and print as many as you like! Happy Menu Planning!!

If you are another blog or crafting site and would like to link this project to your site, please contact me. Thanks!

820 Responses to “Menu Planning Form – Free Download”

  1. Mollie says:

    So excited to try both. Thanks!

  2. Sara Ott says:

    Thank you! Amazing! Using this to get organized this summer.

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  7. Dee says:

    Thanks for the download! I am an avid meal planner/list maker for my busy family of 6. This is easy to use, and makes my shopping much more efficient!

  8. ForHisGlory says:

    Thanks so much for the free downloads!!! May my life become more organized and I gain time!!! :D

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  10. Wendy J says:

    I am trying to get this meal planning thing down to a better science in my house, so I am featuring different ones in a blog post I’m working on. I will mention yours and see if I can get this to be a consistent thing for me. It needs to be for sure! Thanks so much. :)

  11. annie_stru says:

    Thank you so much!!

  12. Lindsey says:

    Really like the meal planning divided into breakfast, lunch, and dinner! Is there a way to make the scheme a different color? It’s quite light when I print it and somewhat difficult to read. Thank you for this!!

  13. Debbie M says:

    I sure have high hopes that this tool will help me become friends with my life-long enemy “What’s for dinner?” I HATE that question! Thank you for your help!

  14. Liza says:

    Thank you! We’re just starting to plan our meals better in our household, and this is perfect!

  15. Katie says:

    I had looked for something like this in a store but had no luck… I was just about to make my own when I came across yours. Thank you so much!

  16. Kim L. says:

    downloaded this to create a meal plan for a group of friends splitting up meals on a trip to the lake! Thanks!

  17. Eliza says:

    Thank you so much, I can’t wait to try it.

  18. kparker says:

    thanks for the free download!

  19. jennifer says:

    Thanks. I will use to get my kids to help me plan a meal for the week. I’m going to go over the nutrition guidelines with them and see if we can come up with a meal plan together that will be healthy and pleasing to their palates…they are picky eaters.

  20. Kelli Jordan says:

    First time user, thank you for allowing us to use your planners!!

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    Thank you! I’m looking around to see how you can help me.

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    Thanks for the meal planning guide – I linked to you via Blue Eyed Bride. I think this will be a game changer for us!

  25. Laura says:

    Thanks so much for sharing – these are beautiful and exactly what I’ve been looking for!

  26. Becca says:

    Thank you for the free down load. We find it hard to make meals that every body wants at the same time so this will allow us the agree and plan for the week.

  27. Raisa says:

    Love this, Thanks

  28. Bridget says:

    I really like this template. I am not sure how to change the color from yellow after I download the template. When I print it out it is to light to see? What am I doing wrong?

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  30. Jaclyn says:

    Ah-ha! This is perfect, thank you SO much for sharing : ) No more ruler and pencil every week! A big help for organization.

  31. Rachael says:

    Thanks for the awesome printable!

  32. Beverly says:

    Thanks for the printables. They will come in very handy.

  33. stephanie says:

    I think it would be cool to laminate this and use dry erase on it and fold it up and put it in the purse for shopping?

  34. Honney says:

    Hi! I downloaded the files. Thanks a lot for sharing these! :)

  35. Lucie says:

    Thanks for the BLD meal planner! I’m diabetic and this will help me plan my meals better.

  36. Brooke says:

    Thanks! I just downloaded and printed the first form. What color is it supposed to be????

  37. Sara says:

    Thanks for sharing these, they are awesome!

  38. Cheri-Ann Durgin says:

    Hi ! Thank you so much for the incredible templates ! They will be put to great use for my little family Mommy, Daddy & Baby (well 4yrs but still baby) :) Thank you thank you thank you !

  39. beth says:

    thanks!

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  41. Petiti says:

    I will use the green one for my own diet! it is great! thank you

    Kisses

  42. Carrie says:

    Thanks for the download!

  43. Marion says:

    Thanks so much-trying desperately to get organized and save some cash by planning a bit better! These are just what I’m looking for! :)

  44. TT says:

    This is exactly what I’ve been looking for. Thanks!

  45. Alexandra says:

    Gorgeous layouts!

  46. Joyce says:

    Thamk you so much for sharing!

  47. Eden says:

    Thank you sooo much!! I just started meal planning. When I found this, I knew it was right! Genius Girl! :-)

  48. Kara says:

    Great menu printables that really work for me. Thanks! They are the best I’ve found.

  49. BizJones says:

    Love the forms…only wish the first one also had rows for mid-morning/mid-afternoon snacks…or one row as all inclusive snack section. But, I’ll just slip it into the other areas. Great stuff! Thank you!!

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