If you are like lot of cooks and myself you probably have recipes scattered all over the place in many different forms. Some may be written on note pads, cookbooks, word documents or saved on our favorite websites. I even have the many recipe books that my Grandma left me. It takes up a lot of space. Cook’n Recipe Organizer makes it possible to store all of your recipes in one location. If you like to search the internet for new and exciting recipes like I do it can pull those recipes into a cookbook within the software. No more wasting paper from printing every recipe that you want to try or hunting through the internet for favorite websites that you know you saved. This one piece of software you can store all of the recipes that you own by entering them in, add new recipes that you find on the internet, create shopping lists and meal planners.
Cook’n Recipe Organizer software comes with thousands of ingredients built in with nutrition info; making it easy if you need to add a new ingredient just add it. Along with the nutrition info off of the packaging and that nutrition info will be present in any recipe you add the ingredient to. Cook’n Recipe Organizer will show you the total nutrition info for the entire recipe and you can also scale recipes to adjust serving sizes. They are currently working on the function that will allow you to sync your recipes with your Apple or Android device. So if you are on your way home and need to stop by the store you can see what ingredients you need for a recipe or pick an entire recipe from your cookbook and generate a shopping list right there in the store.
I selected the Gooseberry 5 ingredients or less cookbook as my free book. Here is a screen shot of the program, it is so easy to use. We are going to try the Carnival Salad. This recipe is part of the original cookbook.
The wonderful folks from Cook’n Recipe Organizer are offering one license of the software to be given away to one of my wonderful readers. Enter using the Rafflecopter below and be sure to check out the YouTube video and their Cook’n Recipe Organizer facebook page where you will find recipe exchanges and weekly prize giveaways.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.