I’ve been using an eMeals dinner plan since August. It replaced an old New York Times Cooking subscription, and I find eMeals to be much more family and time friendly than those recipes. There is great variety each week within each category, but if you get tired of Mediterranean you can easily switch to Vegetarian or Paleo, or whatever fits your life. And, the meals are almost always delicious. Like, i ask myself if I’d be willing to pay for that food if I was out at a restaurant? The answer is almost always yes. There have only been 2 or 3 we wouldn’t make again. The app also makes building your grocery list and going grocery shopping super easy. Really, just a great app all around for meals and planning. We like it so much that we recently upgraded to an All Day Plan that includes breakfasts and lunches. The upgrade didn’t sync properly with ITunes, but a quick call to Customer Service fixed it right away. Really, just excellent. Highly recommend.
It’s 2021. It’s an app based service. It’s condescending and sneaky to force your customers to call during business hours and wait on hold to cancel a subscription to an app based service. No.
Limited to two weeks in the amount of meals.
I hate the fact that it’s not easy to cancel. Nothing in the app to click and cancel. Not cool. I just checked out the app for a day, and I’m not interested in continuing with my free trial, let alone paying for it.
I loved this the first two weeks but then realized there just aren’t enough recipes per meal plan. I think all recipes on the plan should be accessible instead of just 2 weeks. Especially when I don’t care for 4 out of 6. Just not worth the price for what you have access to.
This app is expensive and Not worth the price. U can easily look up these recipes and order groceries on your own, the recipes given aren’t great and there isn’t much variety. They won’t let you cancel until you call them during their hours. The fees for Walmart delivery are just as high or higher with emeals. Find something else, the “shopping for you” is misleading as well, u still have to manually add food from your list to your cart and use grocery store app, what’s the point of emeals then? Worthless. They make u call to cancel, which is hard for someone who is legally deaf, and will charge u after free trial for the full subscription with no notice.
Love this app! It helps us come up with dinner ideas and it’s so much easier to shop for ingredients! The meals are healthy and delicious, my husband loves them too and I’ve lost 10lbs since we started! I only wish I could add my own recipes, and add notes on recipes we’ve tried. But that’s such a subtle “wish” and not really a “con” at all
Overall it’s a really great app. Saves me lots of time and headaches. My only issue is that when I use for Walmart curbside orders, I cannot edit the Walmart order through the link I am given nor can I click to tell them I’m on the way. I have to physically call when I pull in at the store
No one responds when you reach out to support.
The app would only list instacart as a grocery pickup, not Walmart.