Our free Easy Meals app is a great way to eat foods that are healthier for you. You’ll find delicious, easy meal ideas to get you going if you’re ever short of inspiration.
One You is here to help you live more healthily and make the changes that matter. Sometimes it’s hard to know what to prepare, or think of new meal ideas. Remembering ingredients and keeping track of calories can be a hassle. This app helps you to do all of this and more!
Download the app today and use it to:
• Search over 150 easy, calorie counted recipes across breakfast, lunch, evening meals and puddings
• Find delicious meal ideas using our simple Meal Mixer
• Save your favourite recipes to access later
• Keep track of what you need with the handy shopping list, save or email ingredients to make your shopping easier
• Learn more about being food smart and making healthier choices
We’ve made some minor backend changes to improve the user experience.
Ratings and Reviews
Easy, quick meals that are amazing
I downloaded this app as I have had a baby and wanted meals that were quick and easy to make so I’m not tied up in the kitchen for ages. I found the suggested meals looked delicious and it was easy to select the ones I wanted to try. The app creates a shopping list for all the meals you select which you can view based on the individual meals or based on shopping aisle. This made shopping quicker and easier as I could just tick the item off as I got it and I didn’t have to walk up and down the shop repeatedly. I created a list based on an entire weeks worth of meals for a week and found I actually spent less than I normally do on what I previously thought of as cheap meals. So in summary this app gave me a list of options for healthy meals that are quick and easy to prepare and the total weeks worth actually cost less than my normal weekly shop. I’m super impressed!
Not really that healthy
It seems clear to me that this app is targeting mothers and their family’s, living with very poor diets. The only thing this app will help them with is constancy, calorie control, and a couple extra veg. Doesn’t sound like a bad thing right, and of course this will help some people loose a bit of weight. However when an app is advertising longer, higher quality of life for that One You, it’s extremely worrying when they demonstrate such a poor lack of understanding about nutrition. A diet plan that demonises fats, hardly mentions protein, and just wants you to eat cereal, bread, more bread then pasta every day, is doomed to fail.
Handy for meal inspiration
I like the app for helping me decide what meals to have in the week. It’s great that you can just add the ingredients to a shopping list to help you plan better and waste less.
What would be really handy though, would be if you could update the settings automatically to calculate how much to cook for say one or two people.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.