Monday, December 13, 2010

Say Mmm Review

Hey ya'll.

I'm sorry I haven't been around lately. We've been having a lot of snow. Like a lot. :)

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And that means school cancellations...and me with both kiddies home - going wild. Being around Christmas has made it worse. Santa's coming, don't ya know?!! :)

I know I'm falling behind on stuff and I promise I'm trying to get caught up soon. Really, I'm trying. The holidays usually kick my hiney! This year is NO different.

But I found a way to stay a little more organized in the kitchen this holiday season. Say Mmm was gracious enough to let me try out their Say Mmm Plus membership for FREE. Nice of them, huh?

About:
Say Mmm is a website that was created to help parents get their recipes, meal planning and grocery shopping organized so that dinner time is NOT a hassle and you can spend more time (and money) on other things.

Meal Planning can now be easily done using their online calendar. You can choose from daily, weekly, or monthly. You input your recipes and add them to the calendar with a click of a button.

You can add your recipes and keep them organized by different categories...how ever you want. It's your own personal cook book!

And of course, the grocery list option is great! You can either add to the list by items you purchase most of or from your meal plan.

My thoughts:
I found it to be a very easy site to navigate. I liked all of the features. My only suggestion to them would be to add more recipes to their database. I would have liked to have been able to try new meals or find recipes like what I make without having to input them myself.


SayMmm is a free service, but you can subscribe to their Plus membership which is only $3/mo. Say Mmm Plus has some extra features for tracking grocery prices, counting calories, and more. It is also ad-free and lets you organize as many recipes as you like.

You can find SayMmm on Twitter and Facebook.


*Disclaimer: This is a Mama Buzz review. The product was provided by: Founded by Brian Hutchins for this review. The opinion is my own.*