Build a Menu - Giveaway

Homeschooling Moms Create Web-Based Tool to Help Families Eat at Home and Save Money 

Eating at Home Leads to More Family Time, Cost Savings and Healthy Meal Options

With 11 homeschooled kids between the two of them, ongoing Ministry involvement and jobs, sisters Karee and Lisa created Build a Menu (www.buildamenu.com) as a way to make menu planning and grocery shopping a little easier and healthier. The goal is to help families save time and money. More importantly, using Build a Menu enables families to eat dinner at home and spend quality time together.



What is Build a Menu?


Build a Menu is a web-based tool that lets busy families choose which meals their family will most enjoy, estimates how much their groceries will cost, and builds a complete, easy to use shopping list. Menus can be linked to grocery stores to take advantage of weekly sales and can be tailored to health needs such as vegetarian, low carb, low fat/sensible portions, clean eating and allergy friendly. Shopping lists are broken down by category while recipes always use practical ingredients.

Giving Back

It should also be noted that Build a Menu is committed to helping orphan ministries around the world one meal at a time. For every member who joins the site, a donation is made to orphan care charities- not just once, but every single month a member uses the service. 

I encourage you to read their story about adoption and giving back!  You can go to their website for more information.

Karee and Lisa are shining examples of women who have capitalized on their faith and passion to help other homeschooling parents save money and live healthier lives. 


Connect with Karee and Lisa on Pinterest - Follow along as they pin a ton of ideas to help you go from planning to putting it on the table!


Build a Menu is so confident that you will love their product they are giving away a month FREE to a lucky winner!    To enter, use the Rafflecopter below and Good Luck!



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(This is a sponsored post that I was compensated for.)

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