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There are many types of electronic recipe organizer software programs available. I printed out the kids their own book of family recipes when they turned Cookbook and recipe software can create meal plans and shopping lists and With MasterCook, you can share recipes electronically, print. Store all your favorite recipes in one place! My CookBook is a recipe manager with search and import features. My CookBook lets you create your own digital.
CookBook is your very own personal recipe organiser. Save your favourite recipes from websites, magazines, recipe books or simply those from your head, all in one place, accessible on all of your devices, anytime. Are you tired of always looking for your favourite recipes in old magazine cuttings, saved website links, dusty cookery books and trying to recall that secret recipe your great grandma perfected? Well CookBook is the answer. CookBook is your very own personal, portable recipe organiser and meal planner. Scan recipes from physical books, import recipes from the web or create them from scratch, CookBook will keep them safe, making them available online and offline, across your Apple iOS or Android devices, on your tablet, laptop or desktop, under one account with no annoying adverts! We've integrated clever OCR technology into CookBook that will help you import physical recipes without the time needed to type them in!
It'll tag and organize your recipes, make them easy to find by search later, and has a large-print "kitchen view" if you want to take your device into the kitchen with you. Paprika recently launched an Android version of its well regarded iOS and Mac apps. Clipping recipes from the web thanks to its built-in browser is easy, and then syncs those recipes to the cloud so you can get back to them on any of your devices.
Organizing your recipes into folders or notebooks is a drag-and-drop affair, and Paprika can even make grocery lists out of those recipes that you can take to the store with you. The only downside to Paprika is its price. You'll have to download a version for each device you want to use it with.
It's also designed to be used in the kitchen, with bright backgrounds and black text, built-in timers, and large photos. Pepperplate includes built-in kitchen timers, large, easy-to-read displays while you're cooking, and offline access so you don't need connectivity while you cook. Basil doesn't just clip your recipes, it also organizes them by ingredient, tags them automatically, and makes them easy to find. In effect, it turns your recipes into a personal cookbook that's easy to browse and search whenever you're in the mood for something or you have a specific ingredient you have to work with.
It even converts units, scales recipes up or down for you, and any step in a recipe with a time attached automatically becomes a timer.
Pepperplate on the other hand supports a broad variety of devices, and has huge tablet views and built-in timers to help you out while you're in the kitchen trying to make your mom's chicken soup from the recipe you just digitized.
It goes beyond recipes though, and includes a fully-featured meal planner, recipe search tool, and tools to build grocery lists based on your meal plan or the recipes you want to make on a given week. While other methods focus on building cookbooks and specifically organizing recipes, these tools work for a variety of other things as well as food, and make your data a bit more portable, available on more devices, and cost less to use. Evernote is already a great place to save your recipes, since you can enter text or clip items from the web extremely easy thanks to its web clipper.
You can organize your own notebooks however you choose. Pin recipes from anywhere on the Web to your boards, which can either be private or publicly shared with other pinners.
Pretty pictures galore. I've spent hours at a time on Pinterest. I can share with anyone, and it's so easy to "pin" new recipes and ideas.
A great app for Evernote users that lets you organize and document both recipe and restaurant information and experiences. The app links to a number of recipe sites, and it is easy to "clip" and save recipes, then record your meals start to finish through photographs and notes. You can also save restaurants — whether places you've been to or ones you'd like to try — and use your location to find restaurants nearby.
For the "foodie" who likes to document everything, it's a great way to record all your food-related adventures. MacGourmet, MacGourmet Deluxe.
Use it to create, organize, edit and share recipes. MacGourmet also includes shopping lists and note functions. Create your own categories, and add images and notes to customize recipes.
Use the Potluck feature to find recipes based on ingredients you have on hand. You can import or clip recipes from other sites, and you can scale servings as you like. MacGourmet Deluxe includes a nutrition database. The Mealplan feature generates shopping lists, menus and related plans for any meal. The Cookbook Builder allows you to create your own look, including text, image and divider pages; a table of contents template; and PDF options.
I love the idea of the cookbook option, so I can create my own collections as gifts or for friends. Skip to content. A great all-around app, whether you're new to this or not. Big Oven. Eat Your Books. I love being able to input recipes from my phone and have them on my iPad while cooking.
It does have some bugs and not everything works like it's supposed to. If I text to share a recipe, it doesn't share the recipe but the website I got it from. So any notes or tweaks are lost and they can't easily put the recipe in their own MyRecipeBook. Sometimes when going to a website, it doesn't import well.
Sometimes the loading bar never finishes, so you can't import, even manually. In future, I would to be able to make a note from the iPhone app, as well as fixing functions that don't work properly.
I still gave this app five stars, because I love it and hope the developer continues to dedicate time to improving and maintaining it. And trying to cook with the kindle app is so frustrating with all the formatting quirks and terrible searching functions.