Printable Meal Planner Pages Bundle
Sized to fit The Happy Planner®
We’re happy to share the first of several HAPPY PLANNER PRINTABLES posts!
I’ve got a Happy Planner and LOVE it – the best thing about it is how easy it is to add pages to customize it for your needs.
I love adding new sections for different categories, and I already purchased the Happy Planner Extender Discs (which are gold metal – awesome!) since I added 100+ pages. 😳😆
I have plenty of other things from Me & My Big Ideas in my cart as well, haha — they have so many FUN stickers, PRETTY covers, and PRACTICAL add-ons!
Here’s how easy it is to adjust these BIG Happy Planner Pages to fit your CLASSIC Happy Planner: open the file and click Print. When the Print dialog box opens, go down to “Custom Scale” and set it to 84%.
If you’ve got a big Happy Planner like I do, just be sure it’s set to print at “Actual Size” or 100%.
Please note that these free printable meal planning bundle pages are for personal use only. Please do not sell them or post the files online.
Have you seen our Monthly Goal Planner Printables? I added those to my Happy Planner as well – I put each monthly goal sheet right before the tab for that month in my planner. LOVE these pages.
HERE’S WHAT YOU GET IN THE MEAL PLANNING BUNDLE:
A PRETTY COVER PAGE
I recommend printing your cover page on cardstock and adding a tab to it so your meal planner pages are easy to find!
Our shopping lists are 2-to-a-page. I printed several, then cut in half lengthwise and added to my planner after my cover page.
WEEKLY MEAL PLAN PAGE
I love planning out my meals for the week when our schedule is predictable!
I’ve included a place to jot down “Recipes I want to try this week” so I can remember when I see new ones online that I want to try. 😉
MEAL OPTIONS PAGE
When our schedule for the week is NOT predictable and we’re not sure which days we’ll be out, or running out the door, or relaxing as a family, I use the “Meal Options” page.
On this page, I write down what meals I have ingredients for for the week, and then depending on the day and what’s happening, I choose the one that works for us that day.
PANTRY STAPLES CHECKLIST PAGE
Use this page to keep track of all the basic items that you like to keep stocked.
Before making your grocery list, all you have to do is run down your checklist and see if you need or have all of those essential items.
On this page, there’s room for both “Pantry Staples” and “Fridge & Freezer Staples.”
RECIPE BANK PAGES
These pages are for keeping track of meals that you want to keep in your meal rotation.
I don’t know about you, but I tend to fall into a rut of the same few meals over and over! Then I flip to my list of our favorites (and wonder why I waited so long to do it, ha)!
Our pages include places to write down favorite breakfasts, lunches, dinner, appetizers, healthy snacks, desserts, holiday favorites, and meals to give. We included a page with blank spots as well, in case you have another category you want to keep track of! 😉
From now on, I’m writing down every meal, snack, etc. that’s a keeper and that is a hit with my family! Then I won’t have to struggle trying to remember what they are!
If you’re ready to organized with meal planning and organizing, click the pink download button below to download and print your free printable meal planner pages bundle!
If you’re new to the Happy Planner®, click HERE to see videos of how to set yours up!
P.S. Man, am I eyeing these gorgeous hard covers for my Happy Planner! I can not resist rose gold!
When you post photos of your pretty planners, be sure to tag us on social media so we can see! 😉 @sixcleversisters
❤️ HAPPY PLANNING! ❤️
Looking for a simple menu printable for this week? Try this one from Mom’s Printables!