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10 Tips for Planning Meals on a Budget

Are you trying to save money on food? If so, start by planning your meals for the next few days or week ahead.

7 Steps for Quick and Easy Menu Planning

Are you struggling to manage a busy lifestyle and eat right? Menu planning may be the answer. You’ll find it easier to eat healthy, save money and get tasty meals to the table faster. Which of these steps can help you to plan better?

Diabetes Menu Plan for prevention and management

This menu plan includes seven days of meals and snacks, and a tip sheet to help build the plan to meet your individual needs.

eaTracker: Tracking your eating habits and physical activity

eaTracker is a free online tool created by Dietitians of Canada that makes it easy for you to track your eating habits and physical activities.

Family-Friendly One-Week Sample Menu Plan

Designed by a dietitian – use as is or change it to suit your tastes or lifestyle.

Managing Family Meals

Like many others, you might be finding it a challenge to sit down together and eat. Here are some ways you might make some improvements to your family’s meals.

Menu Planner Checklist

Planning ahead helps you get the most out of every meal! Are your menus on track with tasty, good-for-you, and budget-wise foods? Find out!

Menu Planning Form

Blank menu planning forms you can fill in, use and re-use!

Plan your own menus

Plan ahead to get tasty, budget-wise and good-for-you meals to the table faster and easier! Take 15 minutes before you shop to write a simple menu plan. When the busy week starts, you’ll be glad you did!Whether you plan for yourself or for a family here you’ll find all the tools you need.

Tips on reducing food waste at home

Do you find yourself throwing out food that has gone bad? Do you want to learn how to reduce your food waste at home? Then read on to learn more about how to plan your meals, store your food and use leftovers to get the most out of your meal budget.

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Chicken and Corn Chowder

This delicious, creamy soup was a great hit with both children and adults.

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