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Free Printable Weekly Meal Planner

By Kirthana Devaser

What is meal planning?

Meal planning is the act of planning meals in advance. It helps you plan the amount of food you need to buy for the week whilst sticking to your budget.

Planning meals can save you a lot of money by helping you avoid ordering last minute takeaways.

If you never tried to plan your meals, we have the perfect template for you.

Nova’s Free Weekly Meal Planner

Meal planning has never been this easy! Organise an entire week’s worth of meals with Nova’s Free Weekly Meal Plan Template.

It lets you plan breakfast, lunch, dinner, even snacks and sides are included in the meal plan. What about groceries? Not to worry, it comes with a grocery list that you can manually fill up too. The plan comes with a section for you to jot down notes too.

If you are one to repeat meals, this meal planner is perfect for you! It is geared with a dropdown menu to make meal planning a whole lot easier.

How do I use it?

Step 1

Customise and add your meals to the Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Snack sheets.

Step 2

Use the Meal Planner sheet provided.

Step 3

Select your meals that you added before from the drop-down lists available in the planner

What are you waiting for? It’s as simple as that!

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