Finally stay on top of your cooking plans with these free printable May menu planners! This set of printable menu planners includes color and black and white planners for May, Mother’s Day dinner, and Mother’s Day week.
These printable menu planners help you plan your meals and stay on track without confusing spreadsheets, or annoying phone apps. Pick from color saving black and white or bright and cheerful colored pages to plan your meals for May. I hope you enjoy!
This set of free printable menu planners for May includes:
- A weekly May menu planner with a birds and flowers theme
- A Mother’s Day Sunday menu planner
- A Mother’s Day themed weekly meal planner printable
All three pages are available in ink-saving black & white and color. Keep scrolling to grab your free printable menu planners today.
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How to print and use menu planners
These pages are easy to print and use because they have printer-safe margins.
I recommend printing on bright white 32 lb paper. It’s heavier and brighter than normal printer paper, which means your planner will look nicer and hold up better to use throughout the week. This paper is also very pleasant to write and color on.
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These printables look great so you can put them on display. You can post them on your fridge or in your family command center to make sure you stay on track with meal planning and meal prep.
If you’re feeling stressed, you can relax by coloring the black and white menu planner pages. You can also check out all the free printable coloring pages here on The Artisan Life. There are tons of themes and I add new ones all the time!
As you can see in the preview below, each day has a box for general meal planning and a box for desserts. There are not separate breakfast, lunch, and snack boxes. Many people end up having similar breakfasts and lunches each day and focus mostly on planning supper. If you need more space, simply print additional copies of the page you’d like.
If you plan to use this in your letter sized household binder, just print your preferred pages, hole punch, and place them in your binder. (Be sure to grab these free printable bill trackers, too.)
You can also print these menu planners to scale and put them in your favorite planner. I’ve already done the math for you – just use the chart below, print your page scaled down, then trim them with a paper trimmer.
Free printable May menu planner download
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I hope you enjoy these meal planner pages and that they help you meet your goals.
I started sharing meal planner printables in March and I plan to continue on throughout the year. If it’s still April when you’re seeing this page, you can grab the April menu planner pages here. You can also get your June menu planner here.