As the school year is in full swing, the dinner hour is a busy time. With all the running around, it can be tempting to just run through the drive-through and eat in the car on the way to the next event. However, when we eat at home, we not only are spending less money, we are also eating a healthier meal. But the way to get that meal to the table is to plan - and the weekend is a perfect time to do just that. Base your meals on MyPlate - an easy visual to gauge the healthiness of your meal - with half your plate being fruits and vegetables, a quarter as lean protein, a quarter as whole grain, plus a serving of low-fat dairy.