Have you checked out Plan to Eat yet? I'm still head-over-heels in love with this meal planner! There's a bit of a learning curve to it, but once you get the hang of it a week's meal plan can be done in minutes. (At least, it takes minutes with the meals I make during the school year.)
I really love being able to import recipes I find on the web. I know I can clip recipes into my Evernote recipe notebook, but when I clip it into my PTE recipe collection and then add it to my meal plan, the ingredients show up on the shopping list. And the shopping list -oh, how I adore the shopping list! There is the shopping list that is generated based on your meal plan. Then there is the staples list where you can add the things you keep on hand. There is a pantry list as well -I'm still figuring out how to use the pantry list. But once I do, I'm sure I'll love it just as much as the others. You can even organize the shopping list according to how your grocery store is laid out!
It is a subscription service, but you can try it out for free for 30 days. I'm still in my free trial period, but I will happily pay for this service once my 30 days are up. If you stop by at dinner time, I'm sure to be looking like this when I cook:
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